Vodafone Home Broadband Buyers Guide

Fibre broadband packages from an established mobile phone and broadband provider

  • Standard fibre broadband averaging 63Mb
  • Gigafast fibre broadband with packages from 100Mb to 900Mb
  • Range of call packages available
  • Free AC-rated wireless router with advanced features
  • Discount for pay monthly mobile customers

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Vodafone Fibre 1
£25.00 for 24 months
£33.00 thereafter

No upfront cost when you sign up online

  • 24 months reduced price!
  • 38Mb average download speed
  • 9Mb average upload speed!
  • Truly unlimited usage
  • £15 shopping voucher
  • £3 additional monthly discount for contract mobile customers
  • Vodafone Connect Wireless Router
  • Only pay for the calls you use
  • No activation fee online
  • 24 month contract

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Vodafone Fibre 2
£26.00 for 24 months
£36.00 thereafter

No upfront cost when you sign up online

  • 24 months reduced price!
  • 67Mb average download speed
  • 18Mb average upload speed!
  • Truly unlimited usage
  • £70 shopping voucher!
  • £3 additional monthly discount for contract mobile customers
  • Vodafone Connect Wireless Router
  • Only pay for the calls you use
  • No activation fee online
  • 24 month contract

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Reasons to choose Vodafone Broadband

  • Excellent value fibre - Vodafone's fibre packages are priced very competitively against the other big name broadband providers
  • Cutting-edge router - the bundled Vodafone Broadband router supports fast 802.11ac networking, plus cutting-edge technologies for speedier downloading
  • TV bundles available - Vodafone have bundled in an Apple TV 4K subscription with most of their packages
  • Truly unlimited - there are no restrictions on the amount you can download or slow downs on different types of broadband traffic
  • Innovative smartphone control - with the Vodafone Broadband app you can control the router via your iPhone or Android phone

Possible downsides

  • Long contracts - all Vodafone Broadband packages require a 24 month contract
  • Fibre-only - if you're after cheaper phone line broadband then you'll have to look elsewhere
  • Phone support not 24 hour - Broadband technical support is only available via telephone between 8am and 9pm
  • Annual CPI increase - prices for broadband (and any other addons, such as line, call plans and call charges) increase by the Consumer Price Index in April of each year plus 3.9%, and then each April onwards

Features at a glance

  • Average fibre optic download speeds of 35Mb or 63Mb, Gigafast speeds up to 900Mb in selected areas

  • 24 month contracts on all deals

  • Truly unlimited broadband usage

  • No upfront cost for existing lines, £69.99 when installing a new line

  • Support service available 24/7 via forums, and between 8am and 9pm on the phone, 7 days a week

  • 6 months free F-Secure anti-virus software

  • Free AC-rated wireless routers with all deals

  • Line rental required on all deals, no inclusive calls as standard, Evening and Weekend or Anytime calls available at extra cost

  • Additional £2 monthly broadband discount for existing Vodafone pay monthly 12 month contract mobile customers and £3 discount for 18 month contract mobile customers

  • Vodafone Broadband have published a Traffic Management Policy

2.6 stars
  satisfaction rating based on 449 customer ratings since 2023-04-12. See more Vodafone customer ratings and reviews.

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Customer Reviews

Sometimes the best way to get a feel for a broadband provider is to read what those who are already customers think of the service they're receiving. Below are all the reviews we've received for Vodafone.

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  • Satisfaction
    2.6 stars
  • Customer Service
    2.5 stars
  • Speed
    2.7 stars
  • Reliability
    2.6 stars

Based on 449 customer ratings since 2023-04-12

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We were woth BT, but their service was not great. Swapped to Vodafone. They are absolute rubbish. Connections weak in house despite having three boosters. Connection keeps cutting out for some devices but not others. Now seeking to cancel them and try another provider (prob BT again as they may well be the best of a shambolic bunch)
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
Truro Vodafone  
I had a faulty ethernet cable that couldn't deal with the extreme speeds. Honestly a very good fiber provider. Give them a try.
  • Satisfaction
    5 stars
Cardiff Vodafone  
If you have a Vodafone mobile your experience will be great, if you have broadband then don't expect to even be treated with respect. I have been a broadband customer for over 10yrs never had anything to complain about, but they do say you only know how good a company is when you have a problem...

Their call centre is in India the broadband customer service personnel are rude, disrespectful & very unhelpful. I have been experiencing problems with the broadband app & my router for the last week.

Called India several times to try & fix the issue all they did was reset the router three times, then they tell me to manually reset lol, did that guess what that did not work either, they promised call back after call back, never received a single call back.

The staff at the call centre just don't care no empathy for any problems your experiencing, they are abrupt, rude & they even put the phone down on me twice. Am totally done with Vodafone broadband have been charged £30 a month for 64-70Mbs, have now moved to Sky & I am getting 104Mbs for £24 per month... You work out the mathematics...

I even recommended several friends to Vodafone broadband over the years, I have told them all what I have experienced just incase they have problems. Today was the first time I got to speak with someone who I could understand without asking them to repeat what they said half a dozen times!

I actually spoke to someone in England today hurrah!!! But only to tell them I was leaving Vodafone because of the treatment I have experienced by their staff in India who don't care about anything or anyone!

Such a shame Vodafone broadband was reliable in 10yrs I only had three dropouts of my broadband, but when you do have a problem it's enough to make you want to leave. Days spent wasting your time talking to people on the other side of the planet that are just rude, make false promises then put the phone down on you.

I got sent text messages asking how I would rate the service I received from their India call centre, tried to reply several times guess what the messages would not even send lol, so no matter what you rate their staff at no one will find out as you can't send any feedback, sounds like a good scam to me!

Sorry Vodafone but you will keep losing longstanding customers like myself if you keep paying staff that don't care & have no interest in helping you beyond resetting your router. Thanks for the years of service the staff in England are impeccable, it's the other side of the world that lets you down.

Now with Sky (again) I left Sky to move to Vodafone 10yrs ago, but Sky are offering much faster broadband at a much cheaper price, at this point where every penny counts it's a no brainer for me!

Bye...
  • Satisfaction
    2 stars
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    3 stars
  • Reliability
    5 stars
Kent Vodafone  
Dishonest and nasty
I cancelled my broadband with the necessary 30 days notice and was given a disconnection date and told early termination would cost around £10. However, I got a confirmation email with a disconnection date a month later. I let it go. Then they made a “mistake” and actually disconnected two months later! But they kept charging me and I overpaid them until I got fed up and stopped the direct debit. I called them up and a rude and aggressive woman told me I’d need to pay early termination fees of £200 !!! I told her that was impossible as I only had a few months left on the contract - and she suddenly backed down. Unbelievable crookedness. They then got a debt collection company onto me (despite my firm belief it was they who actually owed me money) - for £18. I challenged them (took hours) and they admitted their mistake, deducted £12 from the final bill but still asked me to pay £6 “late payment charge”! When I asked them to waive this as a goodwill gesture because I did not have the time or energy to carry on the dispute for £6, they refused. So, enjoy my review Vodafone: I believe you to be a dishonest and rather nasty organisation.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    3 stars
  • Reliability
    2 stars
Devon Vodafone  
Useless customer service as has been form any years now. had 40 pounds fraudulently taken from my paypal on monthly topups to a number that didnt belong to me over 4 months on their voxi service. i was also using their voxi service and had my topup coming out of the paypal automtically, but i noticed a second one coming out also. the number i was told was registered in my name so must be a inside/employee doing. vodafone fraud accepted it was fraud but couldnt refund me. told me to talk to voxi (online chat only). they were useless and told me they couldnot do anything unless i pass security on the account that didnt belong to me...?! they referred me to vodafone pay as you go who referred my back to fraud, and the crap circle carries on, again something they have been doing for years (i worked for vodafone for 5-6 years in retail and will tell you first hand its a useless customer service system. (I spent most of my days working thier, arguing with their customer service channels and head office to get right done by the customers as our sales systems instore didnt have access and authority to do everything) and even for a internal employee it was a nightmare to get things sorted out. they implemented a new system a few years back that left customer details and accounts in dissaray. wrong bills, wrong contract dates, lost numbers etc etc, an unbeleivable mess in a mass scale. i tried their social media chat as outlined in their responses to other negative review here... even more useless, you get a reply every 3-5mins and the person you talk to changes every other message. complete waste of time for a company that does not value its customers. there customer base has gone down drastically over the years and now they are looking to join with the 3 network to stay viable business wise (3 being one of the bottom networks of the big 4, and vodafone isnt far off in its current state). id say go bankrupt and go away, vodafone is a shamble. ok while it works, if you have a problem, forget it, in most cases it never gets sorted and you just waste time going around in circles. and vodafone... dont even bother leaving me a reply here to contact you on your socials.. and if you do it will just accertain that you dont care enough to even properly read this negative review. needless to say ive moved away from that last service i has with you (a poxy pay as you go) and i will never use any vodafone or vodafone related service ever again in my life time. good riddance, and good bye. this company has truly become the definition of an utter fail.
Vodafone  
Signed up to full fibre 200, paying £30 a month. Logged an official complaint the day after my service was turned on. Worst internet I’ve had since I moved into my house 6 years ago. They claim they cannot guarantee a WiFi connection through any house, I live in a small 2 bedroom mid terrace not a mansion. Signal keeps dropping out on all my TVs and cannot connect at all on my phone unless I stand next to the router and according to Vodafone I just have to deal with it for the next 2 years, they did some work on my line and worked for a couple of weeks and now I’m outside the 2 weeks cancellation it’s stopped working again. Absolute nightmare, I’d give it 0 stars if I could, not fit for purpose.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
Lancashire Vodafone  
The customer service is appalling. The time waiting to speak to a Bot is too long, then when they finally transfer you to a human being I am not sure even they understand much more than the bot. I had to go through security twice to cancel my bill even when I was assured after the first time that I wouldn't need to do it again. I have wasted an hour trying to cancel my service. Awful customer service, I will never use or recommend Vodafone to anyone
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
Bournemouth Vodafone  
If I could give this zero stars I would! Worst service and worst customer support EVER!
Internet not worked properly since it was installed 6 months ago. Support has booked two engineer appointments over a weekend , both no shows, only for me to be told the engineers don’t work weekends!
Trying to cancel due to poor service and product and being told they won’t cancel without me paying out my contract. Even trying to charge me for an engineer to fix the issue caused by their engineer not fitting the router correctly

AVOID at all costs!!
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
London Vodafone  
I’ve had nothing but hassle from Vodafone ! They left me with no internet for a whole month ! Spent hours every evening being passed from pillar to post . Still got nowhere ! I had to choice but to switch to another provider , now they decided to put me in the hands of debt collectors for the early cancellation fee of £164 of which I don’t owe ! In fact they owe me £9.45 per day compensation for having no internet . Do not sign up with this company it’s the worst ever with no customer service skills whatsoever. See you in court Vodafone !!
Walsall Vodafone  
After installation my home(voip) phone never worked luckily we hardly used it so it was unplugged. For 6 months my broadband worked perfectly although the wifi dropped out occasionally. After this my cameras and Smartplugs with certain phones stopped connecting! I had about 30 calls to the "help" desk and all they do is a factory reset on the router. They insisted they had checked the router and all was fine. I told them I had tested the router myself and the problem was the 2.4 ghz signal had ceased to operate. They refused to accept this and would not send an engineer out. After several months I gave up and bought a cheap £11 router off ebay I connected it to their faulty router and magically all my devices worked fine. My contract is just ending and I'm giving up on broadband I've just cancelled it and bought a 5G router which connects to the mast luckily I have a good signal. I've tested it for several days now and its brilliant 12 month contract for £10 a month unlimited data texts and phone. I'll not use the texts but may connect a phone to the 5g router. Even though I've had substandard service they are making me stay for a 30 day notice period even though my original contract will have ended. So one extra week to pay then the pain will be gone. Ps I gave 4 stars for the speed as the 5Ghz signal was ok.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
  • Speed
    4 stars
  • Reliability
    1 star
Bromsgrove Vodafone  

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Virgin Media outed by Ofcom as the most complained-about broadband provider

Posted by Andy Betts on in NewsBTSkyPlusnetTalkTalkVirgin MediaEEVodafone

Ofcom's latest figures on broadband complaints are out - and it's bad news for Virgin Media. The company has rocketed to the top of the list as the major broadband supplier that gets the highest rate of complaints.

The report covers January to March this year, and counted the number of complaints made to Ofcom about providers with a market share of 1.5% or more.

It shows that Virgin Media generated 33 complaints per 100,000 customers, an increase of 20 in just a year. That puts them a long way ahead - or should that be behind - the next two worst performers, with Vodafone and TalkTalk both getting 24 complaints. Vodafone had been the worst ranking provider in six of the last seven quarters. Plusnet also generated complaint levels above the industry average.

And that's not the end of the bad news for Virgin Media. They also racked up the highest complaint levels for their landline service (19 per 100,000) and their pay TV service (17 per 100,000), and were second worst for mobile (5 per 100,000) behind Three.

The biggest reason why customers complained to Ofcom about Virgin Media was failings in the broadband provider's own complaints handling system - amounting to 39% in total. A third complained about faults and issues with the service, and a further 13% about billing problems.

Industry-wide, faults, service and provisioning issues accounted for 42% of reports, followed by complaints handling and billing.

Sky and EE were the least complained-about providers, generating just seven apiece. They've been in the top two positions for the last two years. The only other provider to beat the industry average was BT, with 15.

In good news for the industry overall, the average number of complaints has more than halved over the last decade, from 40 per 100,000 in the first quarter of 2011, to 19 now. The numbers are up from a record low of 10 in Q2 of last year, perhaps in part a consequence of pandemic disruption and the increasing importance of internet access for work, school and entertainment.

Broadband complaints per 100,000 customers

  • EE: 7
  • Sky: 7
  • BT: 15
  • Industry average: 19
  • Plusnet: 21
  • Vodafone: 24
  • TalkTalk: 24
  • Virgin Media: 33

In pay TV, Virgin Media generated 17 complaints against an industry average of 6. Sky performed best with just two. For landlines, Virgin had 19 complaints, eight more than the average, and EE and Sky tied as best performers with five each.

Mobile complaints were largely flat, and at much lower levels. Three performed worst with six complaints, while Tesco Mobile, Sky Mobile and EE had just one each.

Service reliability, billing, and complaint handling are important factors you should consider when choosing a new broadband provider. Our site contains thousands of customer ratings and reviews that can give you a true feel for how each provider performs. Currently, Zen top our list for customer satisfaction.

If you aren't happy with the service you're getting from your supplier, and you're coming to the end of your contract, it's easy to switch. Use our postcode checker to find the best broadband deal available in your area today.

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7 myths about UK broadband busted

Posted by Andy Betts on in FeaturesCuckooVirgin MediaNOW BroadbandBTSkyVodafoneTalkTalk

There are so many well established ideas about broadband and switching broadband providers that get repeated again and again.

The trouble is, many of them are wrong - and they're costing you money.

Switching suppliers can easily save you a hundred pounds or more every year, and if you're stuck on a slow internet package when you need something much faster, it doesn't have to cost you a fortune to upgrade.

So here are some of the biggest myths about broadband, and the truth that you need to know.

"Fibre is fibre - all fibre broadband is the same"

While fibre broadband is used as a catch-all term, it encompasses very different things.

Most of us are using something called fibre-to-the-cabinet broadband. This is where the ultrafast fibre cables carry your broadband signal as far as your nearest street cabinet - that green box down the end of your road. The connection from the cabinet to you house is over the old copper telephone cables. These are a lot slower, and the signal degrades the further it has to travel, which is why a house on one of the street can get very different performance levels to one at the other end.

There's now a big push to roll out "full fibre" broadband, which is also known as fibre-to-the-home. Here, the fibre cables run right up to your house. The result is that the speeds are much, much faster and the service is more reliable.

"There's no benefit to upgrading to ultrafast broadband"

A recent survey found that one of the main things that stopped people from upgrading to ultrafast or full fibre broadband was the belief that it didn't really offer any benefits. But there are many.

The main one, obviously, is that you get much faster download speeds. Our internet use is skyrocketing - Ofcom's recent Communications Market Report shows that the average household now burns through 429GB of data each month, an increase of 36% on the previous year. Even if you think you don't need faster speeds right now, you will do soon.

On top of that, you get vastly quicker upload speeds, which will be essential if the working from home revolution continues. The service should be more reliable, too, as you won't have to deal with line faults on the old telephone cables.

And it's also better value for money: currently, you pay the same price for your broadband as your neighbour down the street, yet you could be receiving a much slower service. That's far less of an issue with full fibre.

"It's too much hassle to switch providers"

By now it's well established that those of us who are willing to switch providers will get a better and cheaper deal than those who stick with the same provider for a long time.

Why don't more people switch? Because it's seen as too much hassle. But it really isn't.

If you move between two providers on the Openreach network - which includes almost all the main providers, including BT, TalkTalk, Sky, Vodafone, Plusnet and so on - then the one you are moving to will handle the entire switchover process for you. You won't have to do anything, and the whole process should be done within a couple of weeks.

Granted, it is a little more complicated to switch to or from a provider that uses a different infrastructure, like Virgin Media, as you may need an engineer to come and install it. But these companies are now set up to make even this part as easy as possible.

"You'll lose internet access when you switch"

Another reason people are reluctant to switch is that they assume they'll be left without internet access while it happens. This is another myth.

Generally speaking, your old service gets turned off as your new service gets switched on and you might be disconnected for a few minutes in between, but nothing more dramatic than that. If you're switching to or from Virgin Media, you can even arrange an overlap where your new service is connected before your old one is turned off.

"You always have to sign a long contract"

Something that puts off a lot of people when they're looking at broadband deals is the prospect of having to commit to a long contract.

In fact, you don't have to. NOW Broadband, Virgin Media, and newcomer Cuckoo are among the providers that offer no-contract deals. You have to pay a little more on the activation fee up front, but this might be worth it for the flexibility of being able to cancel at any time. These deals can be especially worth it for students or anyone who's planning to move house in the near future.

Most suppliers offer 12 month contract options as well. And keep in mind that if your reluctance to sign a long deal is through the worry that you'll be stuck with something you aren't happy with, then there are ways you can quit a contract without charge. If your broadband speed constantly underperforms, for example, and your supplier cannot fix it, or if they put your prices up by more than the amount in agreed in your contract.

"It's too complicated to find a better deal"

There are a lot broadband suppliers in the UK, and they offer a lot of deals between them. Trying to figure out the differences can be tricky, especially if you aren't that tech savvy.

But it needn't be that complicated. We make it easy for you to compare all the latest broadband deals, and you can filter them based on whatever you want most. So, you can see the cheapest deals, or the fastest deals, or just the fibre packages, or those that offer broadband without a contract.

And if you then sort them further by speed or first year cost, you'll very quickly narrow your list of options down to just a few packages.

"Faster broadband always costs more"

While it's natural to assume that upgrading to faster broadband will cost you more, it isn't necessarily so.

If you're in a coverage area, you can get full fibre from Hyperoptic (at the slower 30Mb speed) at a rate normally reserved for the old, standard broadband deals; you can upgrade to a faster 67Mb plan from OneStream for just £22.50 a month; or you can burst through the 100Mb barrier with Vodafone for just £26 a month. These are some pretty keen prices, that make faster broadband more accessible than you might have expected.

So, now you know the truth about broadband and how to upgrade, are you ready to start shopping? Use our postcode checker to discover the best broadband deals available where you live.

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Vodafone Home Broadband Buyers Guide - Is Vodafone right for you?

Can I get Vodafone Broadband?

Vodafone uses the Openreach network to provide fibre broadband to customers. This covers a good 95% of UK homes, so unless you're in a remote, rural area you're likely to be able to get it.

Use our postcode checker to see if Vodafone Broadband is available where you are.

Vodafone are a fibre-only provider, and they no longer offer a standard ADSL connection. If you only have basic internet requirements, and don't want to pay extra for a fibre deal you'll need to look elsewhere.

What packages are available?

Vodafone Broadband offers two standard fibre packages with a choice of speeds:

  • Fibre 1 - a mid-range fibre broadband package with average speeds of 35Mb
  • Fibre 2 - the high-end fibre package with average speeds of 63Mb

Both deals come on a 24 month contract, with no line rental and a one-off router fee (which is often waived as part of special offers). They're also truly unlimited with no usage caps or artificial slowdowns. You get the high-tech Vodafone Broadband wireless router as part of the package. This incorporates several cutting edge technologies to improve wi-fi access around your home. It can also be controlled and managed via a mobile app. There is the option to add a landline calls plan. Evening and weekend, and Anytime calls packages are available for £4 or £8 extra per month respectively.

Which package should I choose?

With only two standard fibre packages to choose from, both with truly unlimited usage, the same contract length and the same high-end router, you can safely make your decision based on speed and price.

The Fibre 1 deal is the entry-level fibre offer. With average speeds of 35Mb it's on a par with similar services from rival providers, although is priced very competitively. As far as the speed goes, it should be enough for most average households. It'll be able to handle Netflix and iPlayer streaming on a few devices together, as well as gaming and downloading.

Fibre 2 is the high-end service for more demanding households. With an average speed of 63Mb it will be able to handle as much streaming, downloading and gaming as you need. There isn't a huge price difference between the two, so you may feel it's worth paying the extra for the peace of mind offered by a faster service.

Vodafone no longer have a slower standard broadband service that runs wholly over your phone line. So if you only have basic requirements and would be happy paying for a barebones service, you'll need to find a different provider.

If you're in a Gigafast area, then you need to ask yourself if you really need those speeds. Going with this option would future proof you for a while without spending much more. However, the average home user isn't going to see any real life benefit to the higher speeds right now, so you may be better off saving a few pennies and opting for 100Mb or less.

Points to consider before you choose

  • How many people will be using your broadband connection, and will they be using it for streaming or downloading?
  • Are you unhappy with paying full price for low fibre speeds at your current provider?
  • Is being tied into a longer contract a problem for you?
  • Are you looking for standard broadband instead?
  • Are you a Vodafone mobile customer?

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What do I get when I sign up?

It's important to know what you're getting when you sign up for broadband, as you may need to budget for extras

  • Free router - the cutting edge router supports several unique features including 'Beam', which uses beamforwarding technology to send a stronger signal to compatible devices, and 'Boost', which enables you to prioritise speeds to a single device for faster downloading.
  • Access to the Vodafone Broadband smartphone app - the router can be controlled by the Vodafone Broadband smartphone app for iPhone and Android. With this app you can manage your network, turn it on and off on a schedule, set up Guest access and limit access to family members, and change the password.
  • Six months free anti-virus protection - all customers get access to a free six month subscription to the F Secure SAFE anti-virus package.
  • Free tech support - Vodafone provides free customer service by phone from 8am to 11pm.

What are the benefits of Vodafone Broadband?

What are the main reasons why you should consider buying a broadband package from Vodafone?

  • Competitively priced - Vodafone's fibre broadband packages are priced very favourably against the other big name providers.
  • High-end router - the router supports superfast 802.11ac networking and some unique features. And it isn't just restricted to fibre broadband customers, either.
  • Smartphone control - the free iPhone and Android app makes managing your network a lot easier.
  • Smart parental controls - the Family Time feature, available through the app, enables you to tailor broadband access for each member of your household, including how much time they can spend online and what they can see.

What are the drawbacks of Vodafone Broadband?

Nothing's perfect. What potential downsides to Vodafone Broadband should you be aware before you sign up?

  • Long contracts - all of the Vodafone packages require an 24 month contract. Much of the competition offers 12 month contracts or even shorter.
  • Few extras - the router's impressive, but you don't get much else for your money.
  • No standard broadband options - if you don't live in a fibre-to-the-cabinet enabled area or you don't need fibre speeds then Vodafone will no longer offer you a slower standard phone line broadband product.
  • Phone support not available overnight - Unlike Vodafone's contract mobile phone support, broadband customers can only access telephone tech support between the hours of 8am and 9pm.
  • Annual CPI increase - prices for broadband (and any other addons, such as line, call plans and call charges) increase by the Consumer Price Index in April of each year plus 3.9%, and then each April onwards
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