I’ve been using a VODAFONE prepaid SIM for a few months now.

The Vodacom prepaid phone service is popular with some Verizon customers, but I’ve always been frustrated by the service’s slow speeds and frequent disconnects from my phone.

Vodafont has recently announced that its prepaid service will be rolling out in Europe over the next few weeks, but its prepaid coverage is limited to the United Kingdom.

According to Vodakastar, the prepaid service is available in all European countries, but the U.K. has yet to launch the Vodavision service.

This is not the first time Verizon has rolled out a prepaid service in the U, but it’s the first one that’s been completely localized to the U and only available to subscribers of the U’s “Big Three” carriers.

When Vodaport first launched in Spain in December, the company did so on a shoestring budget and launched it exclusively on Verizon’s U network.

With the launch of the VODASL service in France, the Spanish carrier announced it would be introducing VodasL prepaid in the coming months.

Verizon has said it plans to launch a second service in 2019, but Vodazion has not announced plans for that yet.