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Vodafone are now offering (supposedly) unlimited, up to 8mbps, all inclusive broadband for £25 per month. This is another provider to add to the list of providers which allow you to ditch the £12 per month BT line rental charge (like TalkTalk, etc). Would love to form a complete list of such ISPs with everyone's help and if anyone has any more info on Vodafone's service please post comments :)

Sorry, just noted that this price is for existing Vodafone mobile customers only. Not such a great deal in that case :(
- willdashwood
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#1
Thank Willdashwood :)


Subject to availability, fair usage policy and 18 month minimum term agreement. £25 per month (increases to £35 if customer's mobile contract is terminated). Fixed line phone and broadband not available separately.
#2
How can you ditch the £12 per month BT line rental charge?

According to bbc.co.uk, Vodaphone are not building their own network. Instead, they are using BT's.
#3
Yes they're using BT's network but the phone line rental is included in monthly cost to Vodafone.
This includes:

* our unlimited, up to 8Mb broadband service.
* the line rental that you would otherwise pay to your fixed line provider, and
* free calls to any UK local and national landline.
#4
Just to add my personal opinion, it's not something I would go for (before I get people pointing out all the bad points) but as mentioned in the original post I'm interested in comparing these "all inclusive" providers as they become more common. If anyone knows of a website which has already done/is doing that I'd love to know :)
#5
sounds pretty good for me i pay £20 for my 2mb connection alone!!! then £60 every 3 months on average for BT phone bill inc line rental so this looks damn good...
Wonder what the catch is
#6
Well I imagine the catch, like a lot of these providers, is that you can't rely on a fantastic service, which is something I'd always pay extra for. But I hope it was worth pointing out all the same, just depends on your priorities.
#7
willdashwood
Well I imagine the catch, like a lot of these providers, is that you can't rely on a fantastic service, which is something I'd always pay extra for. But I hope it was worth pointing out all the same, just depends on your priorities.



Well cant see ned for too much of a great service currently with AOL the robbing get's:roll:
#8
hkphooey
sounds pretty good for me i pay £20 for my 2mb connection alone!!! ......


I pay £9.99 for 2Mb unlimited with Tiscali + Free w/e calls too :thumbsup:
#9
edi
I pay £9.99 for 2Mb unlimited with Tiscali + Free w/e calls too :thumbsup:


How did you manage that one? £14.99 seems to be the cheapest deal for unlimited 2mb even for members who have been with them for a while. Did you file a complaint and get the price down? :)

Steve
#10
highguyuk
How can you ditch the £12 per month BT line rental charge?

According to bbc.co.uk, Vodaphone are not building their own network. Instead, they are using BT's.


You pay vodafone, they pay BT Wholesale rather than you paying BT Retail
#11
edi
I pay £9.99 for 2Mb unlimited with Tiscali + Free w/e calls too :thumbsup:



:w00t: christ m8 that is good...got to sort mine and quick, but need to get out of 12 month AOL contract:-( do you have to install Tiscali software on all pc's?
Just seen their £21.99 8mb connection with FREE calls even better the the above.
#12
Maybe edi has had a positive experience with Tiscali but I know a fair few who haven't. Mind you same can be said for TalkTalk, Orange and any of the big ones. Besides, no one can be as bad as AOL!
#13
i have recently rang telewest to get a better deal,after advice from this forum. i was paying 48.99 per month for talk unlimited, line rental, 2meg broadband,and the basic tv package. after telling them i was going to leave them they offered me the same deal with one months free trial on sky sports. i am now paying 16.50 per month. i also took the free virgin payg mobile deal and get 300 mins and 300 texts per month for 10.00
thanks to whoever posted this first, im saving a packet.
#14
Watch out for Tiscali over the next few weeks. I have heard they are going to launch.

Upto 8Mb Broadband, Line Rental and anytime Local and National Calls for £19.99.
#15
I really rate Tiscali, been with them for around 3 years now, and every time they reduce the broadband price plans they let existing customers take advantage of the offers too. I just need to fugure out how to get this £9.99 deal that edi is getting hehe :)

Steve
#16
freebiehunter
How did you manage that one? £14.99 seems to be the cheapest deal for unlimited 2mb even for members who have been with them for a while. Did you file a complaint and get the price down? :)

Steve


I am with Tiscali for 14 months now. Usual trick of threatening to leave did the job :thumbsup:
#17
darrent72
Watch out for Tiscali over the next few weeks. I have heard they are going to launch.

Upto 8Mb Broadband, Line Rental and anytime Local and National Calls for £19.99.


Just phoned Tiscali and this offer will run until they get enough takers. Seems to be the cheapest around that I have seen.

Has anyone found cheaper?
#18
I am with Tiscali (only since Dec) not one of the best -but i do get Broadband and anytime calls for £19.99 a month and yes i was told they were going to include line rental sometime in spring/summer this year .
At present i do have to pay line rental and any 0870/0845 to BT.
#19
This is a great deal if you're happy to accept a little bit of a rough ride to get connected. The connection requests to BT are currently running to the max and there is still some issues with regards the billing. Accept that and you’re on to a winner.

As for unlimited, my understanding from the Vodafone service operations team 3 months ago, was to ignore customers that delinquently and persistently breach acceptable use.

Virgin have an offer running until midnight 31/5/07.
#20
Its a great deal. I don't see any others out there that offer so much in one package:

* Up to 8mb broadband
* Free local and national calls to 01 & 02 numbers 24/7
* Free UK based 24/7 technical support
* Available to 97% of the UK
* Free netgear ethernet router (£25 for wireless version at time of order)
* Line rental included (no need to pay BT line rental)
* 25% off calls to any mobile network (compared to standard rates)
* 10 free email addresses ([email protected])
* Unlimited downloads
* Free 6 months Norton Internet Security
* Call customer service / technical support free from your Vodafone mobile
* Check you bill online using the VAH self care portal
* Currently no connection fee

All you need to be eligible is a Vodafone Consumer Mobile Contract (starting at £12 ish)

Whats not to like ?:thumbsup:
#21
I personally think the 24/7 technical support is a great idea. Especially for the gamers that be online all night. If you get a connection issue there will be free UK support ready to help at any time.
#22
I am with [email protected] and its a great service much faster than BT, great customer service(thats based in uk and is free to call)) and a good price £25,(my bt was 24.99 + 10.99 + calls on top) so making good saving

A great idea for anyone who has a vodafone contract
#23
stanleydc
I am with [email protected] and its a great service much faster than BT, great customer service(thats based in uk and is free to call)) and a good price £25,(my bt was 24.99 + 10.99 + calls on top) so making good saving

A great idea for anyone who has a vodafone contract



Its the no line rental part that makes the deal sweet.
#24
stanleydc
I am with [email protected] and its a great service much faster than BT, great customer service(thats based in uk and is free to call)) and a good price £25,(my bt was 24.99 + 10.99 + calls on top) so making good saving

A great idea for anyone who has a vodafone contract



I just had a look there and Vodafone are doing a deal on a pay monthly contract half price for 3 months under a tenner. Makes this Vodafone At Home and even sweeter deal.

Does anyone else have [email protected] ?
#25
hi there, yep i have had vodafone at home for 4 months now, i got it just before it was fully marketed bcoz i rang up one day about my mobile and was having a conversation about how long virgin were taking about setting up broadband for me and the guy on the vodafone end told me about their new broadband package, and i weighed it all up and cancelled virgin(as it wasnt up and running)
Had 1 hitch with my set up date being put back and complained and vodafone at home gave me first 2 months free (£50 saved).
It is extremely quick, never be's down or unable to connect.
They supplied a netgear modem and it was so simple to hoook up.
No problems at all so far! Any questions fire away!!
#26
i am with pipex paying £ 34.99 plus vat per month for broadband, calls and also line rental so that would be a saving for me

what is the tel no for information re this
#27
smarty, u have to have a vodafone mobile to get this offer, and just ring 191- the customer services and choose the option for vodafone at home, :)
#28
I am looking for a cheap contract for this deal....are there any avaliable, or am i looking for one of those cashback deals?
Thanks
Daniel
#29
daniel, if u go to voafone website u will see all the deals with the minutes and txts they include, i think lowest deal is £17.50 a month
#30
My advise would be to give Vodafone sales a call and explain to them that you will only take Vodafone at Home if you get a really good deal on a phone contract.

They are bound to offer you something :thumbsup: as you will be taking on mobile and broadband service at the same time.

Let us know how you get on.

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