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Unlimited Home Broadband | Fibre & ADSL | Vodafone £444.00 18m contract

£444.00 @ Vodafone
Vodafone doing excellent deal. I believe Vodafone now working hard to be good standard again. worth taking advantage. excellent prices with NO line rental fees!!!
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Vodafone doing excellent deal.
I believe Vodafone now working hard to be good standard again. worth taking advantage. excellent prices with NO line rental fees!!!
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#1
Needs more info and a working link.
#2
£23 a month, 18 month contract?
£414 per year, plus £30 connection charge.
Should be updated to £444 surely?
3 Likes #3
Line rental fee is hidden in the Broadband cost.

Vodafone trying to pull the wool over your eyes with clever marketing for foolish people.
#4
Chiptivo
Line rental fee is hidden in the Broadband cost.
Vodafone trying to pull the wool over your eyes with clever marketing for foolish people.
Same with Royal Mail and their "compensation" :)
2 Likes #5
Sky 12m ADSL+phone £12/month or 18m fibre+phone £18.40/month (both + setup & router delivery charges) https://promotioncode.sky.com/campaigns/MSESAB1617wk28
#6
Mashhhh
£23 a month, 18 month contract?
£414 per year, plus £30 connection charge.
Should be updated to £444 surely?
12 x 23 = 276 (for a year) + 30 so 306
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Totally unprofessional company, customers service is a joke, online system not ready for landline/broadband. If you want to wait for your new router a week after installation date (3rd party routers not allowed), spend 1.5 to 2 hours waiting every time you want to speak to customer service, wait 30 minutes for online account logon authorisation text valid only 20 minutes - Vodafone broadband is for you.
If you don't like it - RUN!!!!

I was tempted by low price and fibre service through BT Openreach. Wast stupidly thinking "what possibly could go wrong?" and signed a contract. Then learned in hard way. Luckily used cooling off perion and ran away. With big relief.


Edited By: HaraldBB on Jan 10, 2017 18:40
#8
I have been with Vodafone for 16 months and can't wait to leave when my 18 months are up. I and many others initially had a problem whereby wired networked devices couldn't "See" each other. For instance my Networked AV Receiver could not "see" my Networked Hard Drive. Worse than that wired devices couldn't "see" wireless devices and Vice Versa. Initially Vodafone blamed the other devices manufacturers of non compliance despite the fact that previously my BT Router worked faultlessly

The easiest partial workaround was to buy a switch and plug all your wired devices into a switch which was then connected to the Router.

However, to use my two wired networked printers I had to resort to temporarily using a wired connection for my wireless PC's.
Vodafone then rolled out a firmware update last September'ish which partially cured the problem - Devices on the 2.4Ghz wireless were fine but devices on 5Ghz still had the initial problem.

Vodafones solution was to only use the slower 2.4Ghz network!

A few disgruntled Vodafone Forum users, including myself, managed to get their own Username & Password allowing us to buy our own Router/Modem.

Vodafone management quickly changed this policy and to this day the supplied Router still has the 5Ghz issue and they continue to refuse to give out Login details enabling people to use their own equipment.

IMHO This deal is best avoided if you have any sort of wired/wireless network.

Further Reading

Further Reading 1

Edited By: TheBiker on Jan 10, 2017 18:56: Links
#9
TheBiker
I have been with Vodafone for 16 months and can't wait to leave when my 18 months are up. I and many others initially had a problem whereby wired networked devices couldn't "See" each other. For instance my Networked AV Receiver could not "see" my Networked Hard Drive. Worse than that wired devices couldn't "see" wireless devices and Vice Versa. Initially Vodafone blamed the other devices manufacturers of non compliance despite the fact that previously my BT Router worked faultlessly

The easiest partial workaround was to buy a switch and plug all your wired devices into a switch which was then connected to the Router.

However, to use my two wired networked printers I had to resort to temporarily using a wired connection for my wireless PC's.
Vodafone then rolled out a firmware update last September'ish which partially cured the problem - Devices on the 2.4Ghz wireless were fine but devices on 5Ghz still had the initial problem.

Vodafones solution was to only use the slower 2.4Ghz network!

A few disgruntled Vodafone Forum users, including myself, managed to get their own Username & Password allowing us to buy our own Router/Modem.

Vodafone management quickly changed this policy and to this day the supplied Router still has the 5Ghz issue and they continue to refuse to give out Login details enabling people to use their own equipment.

IMHO This deal is best avoided if you have any sort of wired/wireless network.

Further Reading

Further Reading 1


​I have used chat to speak to two different sales advisors both of whom are adament that you can use an altenative router,however after read many forums this does not seem to hold true. I am looking to move from plusnet as my ruoter has started (again) to kick off random devices when new device is conected. I explained to vodaphone who seem keen to promise the earth to get you to sign up, however in this respect they are no better or worse tnan other ISPs who all do the same. trying to find the least worse seems to be the trick.
#10
macthecat

​I have used chat to speak to two different sales advisors both of whom are adament that you can use an altenative router,however after read many forums this does not seem to hold true. I am looking to move from plusnet as my ruoter has started (again) to kick off random devices when new device is conected. I explained to vodaphone who seem keen to promise the earth to get you to sign up, however in this respect they are no better or worse tnan other ISPs who all do the same. trying to find the least worse seems to be the trick.

1. Any isp that doesn't allow you to use your own router - AVOID LIKE THE PLAUGE.
2. If you have an issue with the supplied pn router .. buy your own one.

Both seem harsh comments but in fact they aren't. I would never ever sign up with an isp because of their router offering.
#11
I often wonder how people have so many issues with ISP'S who use the same wiring lol
#12
sorry guys... did not do enough research... :(
#13
how do I end or stop this deal... not worth sharing
1 Like #14
HaraldBB
Totally unprofessional company, customers service is a joke, online system not ready for landline/broadband. If you want to wait for your new router a week after installation date (3rd party routers not allowed), spend 1.5 to 2 hours waiting every time you want to speak to customer service, wait 30 minutes for online account logon authorisation text valid only 20 minutes - Vodafone broadband is for you.
If you don't like it - RUN!!!!

I was tempted by low price and fibre service through BT Openreach. Wast stupidly thinking "what possibly could go wrong?" and signed a contract. Then learned in hard way. Luckily used cooling off perion and ran away. With big relief.



I've just left them as their routers kept packing in but their customer services team were really helpful. Answered instantly every time. Just not great for a student house with 20+ devices trying to connect.
#15
And just to add the only reason you have to use their router is they connect everyone to 76mb fibre regardless of package and the router limits the speed according to package as the router serial is tied to a specific account at a time
#16
macthecat
TheBiker
I have been with Vodafone for 16 months and can't wait to leave when my 18 months are up. I and many others initially had a problem whereby wired networked devices couldn't "See" each other. For instance my Networked AV Receiver could not "see" my Networked Hard Drive. Worse than that wired devices couldn't "see" wireless devices and Vice Versa. Initially Vodafone blamed the other devices manufacturers of non compliance despite the fact that previously my BT Router worked faultlessly
The easiest partial workaround was to buy a switch and plug all your wired devices into a switch which was then connected to the Router.
However, to use my two wired networked printers I had to resort to temporarily using a wired connection for my wireless PC's.
Vodafone then rolled out a firmware update last September'ish which partially cured the problem - Devices on the 2.4Ghz wireless were fine but devices on 5Ghz still had the initial problem.
Vodafones solution was to only use the slower 2.4Ghz network!
A few disgruntled Vodafone Forum users, including myself, managed to get their own Username & Password allowing us to buy our own Router/Modem.
Vodafone management quickly changed this policy and to this day the supplied Router still has the 5Ghz issue and they continue to refuse to give out Login details enabling people to use their own equipment.
IMHO This deal is best avoided if you have any sort of wired/wireless network.Further ReadingFurther Reading 1
​I have used chat to speak to two different sales advisors both of whom are adament that you can use an altenative router,however after read many forums this does not seem to hold true. I am looking to move from plusnet as my ruoter has started (again) to kick off random devices when new device is conected. I explained to vodaphone who seem keen to promise the earth to get you to sign up, however in this respect they are no better or worse tnan other ISPs who all do the same. trying to find the least worse seems to be the trick.
I'm with talktalk, I know the stories, but i use my own Asus DSL-AC68U and i can do whatever i like: vpn back to home and telly from abroad, server, back-up; all in all, without including free calls abroad to ladlines, it works just the same.
I also have vodafone mobile contract, so I could get this deal 1/2 price for modem and modem delivery (exactly the most important object, and already lucky owner of an Asus): not worth it, reading forums; and I wouldn't save sweet fa.
sorry, cold for me!

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