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Vodafone 67mb 18M Fibre BB + £100 Amazon Voucher via Uswitch (£431.10 term)
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Vodafone 67mb 18M Fibre BB + £100 Amazon Voucher via Uswitch (£431.10 term)

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Posted 13th Mar

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So you get 67mb fibre broadband for £23.95p/m for 18 months then £26.95 p/m
no setup cost and £100 amazon voucher.
Its a good deal as I had vodafone and had no probs ,only changed cos after a year it gets dearer.
So 23.95x18= £431.11 - 100 amz voucher = £331.11
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Been with them 2 month and their service is diabolical.

Sent me a new router after 4 weeks which worked for a bit. Had no phone or internet for 2 days last week. Engineer came out and said there was a problem with the street box that he fixed. Now getting between 3 & 15mb.

Their chat is awful, I spent 2 hours with 5 different agents who all stopped responding.
Now been onto complaints. Got a call on Thursday saying there was an investigation and they would call back Friday, no call. Then got an email last night saying they couldn't contact me.

Worst thing I've ever signed up to. Can't wait to leave.
Triple_H14/03/2020 00:14

You may get these speeds via the ethernet cables but not through Wifi and …You may get these speeds via the ethernet cables but not through Wifi and that's what customer service will tell you when you question the speed promise


Same with every ISP, they cant help it if your own equipment is rubbish
Avoid, Speeds are very slow and connection is always cutting out. I regret signing up with Vodafone.
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its actually 332 after the 100 amazon voucher.
20.95 if u already exisitng mobile customer.
So slow
Or go through Top CashBack for £100 to spend anywhere.
Avoid, Speeds are very slow and connection is always cutting out. I regret signing up with Vodafone.
You may get these speeds via the ethernet cables but not through Wifi and that's what customer service will tell you when you question the speed promise
The Uswitch Talk Talk deal posted earlier is cheaper and comes with a better router.
Been with Vodafone for the past 6 months for my super fast broadband. Haven't had any problems with them at all. I must add though I am using my own modem and router which I believe thief own hardware is the main reason for most drop outs. I also use alternative DNS servers than they provide. I get full speeds and only ever had 1hr of drop out in the 6 months. No slow downs at peak times. I found it the same service as I had with BT but half the cost.
40102155-XleCo.jpgSpeed I'm getting right now and I have 4 Alexas on all the time and many other WiFi linked gear. The upload is excellent as well. No issues at all and way better than the Sky 'fibre' I had before and cheaper. Costs me £20 as I have a Vodafone SIM. It has slowed down sometimes (as they all seem to) at peak times but not where I cant actually use my phone, Xbox etc, and it's rare, once a month tops.
Can't wait for my current nowtv contract to end then I'll be going back to Vodafone. Best service I've had from any provider, speeds, reliability I was gutted when I moved away and couldn't sign up due no cabinet space after a 14 day trial elsewhere.
Slowest internet in the universe, don’t do it! I can’t wait to get off it.
Triple_H14/03/2020 00:14

You may get these speeds via the ethernet cables but not through Wifi and …You may get these speeds via the ethernet cables but not through Wifi and that's what customer service will tell you when you question the speed promise


Same with every ISP, they cant help it if your own equipment is rubbish
Guan14/03/2020 00:47

The Uswitch Talk Talk deal posted earlier is cheaper and comes with a …The Uswitch Talk Talk deal posted earlier is cheaper and comes with a better router.


Was just about to post this.

Take talk 21.95 for the same as this deal
Bigbezza14/03/2020 07:09

Slowest internet in the universe, don’t do it! I can’t wait to get off it.


I have updated to Superfast 2 back in November 19, and I'm getting faster than advertised speed most of the time...that's with 3 laptops, 3 mobile phones, tablet, Alexa, Google Nest Mini, PS4 and other devices connected simultaneously.
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I signed up on 3 separate occasions through USwitch and another voucher platform here for one of their deals, each time they failed to process the order. It's a bit of a running joke that their provision team is completely incompetent, even customer service laughed and said they'd had lots of complaints and missing orders. Gave up in the end.
Don’t do it, we’ve had our Vodafone broadband for a couple of weeks and is hideously slow when compared to BT and Sky.

Thank god for their 30 day cooling off period.
Been with them 2 month and their service is diabolical.

Sent me a new router after 4 weeks which worked for a bit. Had no phone or internet for 2 days last week. Engineer came out and said there was a problem with the street box that he fixed. Now getting between 3 & 15mb.

Their chat is awful, I spent 2 hours with 5 different agents who all stopped responding.
Now been onto complaints. Got a call on Thursday saying there was an investigation and they would call back Friday, no call. Then got an email last night saying they couldn't contact me.

Worst thing I've ever signed up to. Can't wait to leave.
robo98914/03/2020 07:47

Was just about to post this.Take talk 21.95 for the same as this deal


I remember when talk talk used to have a really bad rep , has that changed ?
A lot of the poor speed comments will be from people who got the previous model of Vodafone router - which I have read has been superseded

I had them for 18 months and the connection speed was exactly the same as other FTTC operators like Plusnet and BT. I only moved when the price went up!
40102569-3Djdx.jpgI'm with them on the 21.99 a month deal as I have a Vodafone SIM. I'm coming from BT Fibre and find Vodafone just as good or better.
Edited by: "bxboards" 14th Mar
BrianM14/03/2020 08:32

A lot of the poor speed comments will be from people who got the previous …A lot of the poor speed comments will be from people who got the previous model of Vodafone router - which I have read has been supersededI had them for 18 months and the connection speed was exactly the same as other FTTC operators like Plusnet and BT. I only moved when the price went up!


I have the newer router and believe this to be true. The connection has been solid since I moved to them in September. The line only disconnected 3 times in the first 10 days for DLM and since then, once for a software update.

I got a great deal which included a £100 Amazon gift voucher, a bundled Echo, I certainly don't regret the move.

This morning's speedtest, done over WiFi.

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Just got rid, I was getting speeds of 0.89 mbps on this product. They run on the old "Daisy" infrastructure. Google that for reviews. I was allowed to leave due to the poor speeds as they admitted it was due to congestion and having too many customers. You may be lucky if your exchange isn't oversubscribed. But I wouldn't risk it.
Is now a good time to go for an 18 month broadband contract? They seem to be rolling out Gigabit everywhere around my way, and no doubt that'll drop the prices for these slower deals..........just, 18 months seems a long time to be tied in.
Don't do it, unless you have teenage kids you want to ween off gaming/internet services.

Vodafone offer a wonderful service for discouraging internet usage on the grounds of how SLOW and TERRIBLE their service is, end to end.

Woeful!
stoneblade14/03/2020 06:21

Been with Vodafone for the past 6 months for my super fast broadband. …Been with Vodafone for the past 6 months for my super fast broadband. Haven't had any problems with them at all. I must add though I am using my own modem and router which I believe thief own hardware is the main reason for most drop outs. I also use alternative DNS servers than they provide. I get full speeds and only ever had 1hr of drop out in the 6 months. No slow downs at peak times. I found it the same service as I had with BT but half the cost.


Spot on. This is exactly why you have to take some time to try and 'decipher' peoples posts about various broadband providers as the vast majority of issues come down to the sh*t default hardware they send out.

If you are even *remotely* serious about using the internet you should take the time to invest in your own hardware, this really can make all the difference with speed and reliability.

Get a good router and a good modem to go with it, it's not that hard. When you move provider make sure that the new provider allows the use of your own hardware and then just configure it for the new ISP.

I use an ASUS RT-AX88U with a Draytek Vigor 130 VDSL modem. It's an expensive combo but as long as the hardware lasts then you could get a decade of use out of them. I still own an old ASUS RT-AC68U which came out in 2013 and ASUS still provide firmware updates for it with no end in sight. You can also get a cheaper router like the RT-AC86U which is almost as good the AX88U.

It is true that hardware can fail (especially after the warranty period) but i try to minimise the possibility of that by ensuring my router sits on top of a laptop fan cooler. This has dropped my CPU temperatures by 20c and should help the hardware live a lot longer. I do the same thing with the modem.
Edited by: "FlappyPappy" 14th Mar
I was hesitant at joining initially but they show you minimum guaranteed speeds on sign up, believe mine was something like 55Mbps but in reality getting 70Mbps+ since signing up around August.

I'm using an older BT Openreach Modem with them and my TP Link Deco is on routing and WiFi duties.

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Just joined. Using their kit. The family is always streaming, blogging, clogging, down and uploading, side loading, face timing and shopping. No significant issues here.... Lose a couple of mb download speed at times but all in all very pleased.... Faster and cheaper than Plusnet who I was with previously.
40104076-n2SxL.jpgI just got this package for £26 a month + £75 cred and free installation 12 month contract. I've tried talktalk and voda, terrible
wajid_aziz14/03/2020 12:59

[Image] I just got this package for £26 a month + £75 cred and free i …[Image] I just got this package for £26 a month + £75 cred and free installation 12 month contract. I've tried talktalk and voda, terrible


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Lord.vader14/03/2020 06:48

[Image] Speed I'm getting right now and I have 4 Alexas on all the time …[Image] Speed I'm getting right now and I have 4 Alexas on all the time and many other WiFi linked gear. The upload is excellent as well. No issues at all and way better than the Sky 'fibre' I had before and cheaper. Costs me £20 as I have a Vodafone SIM. It has slowed down sometimes (as they all seem to) at peak times but not where I cant actually use my phone, Xbox etc, and it's rare, once a month tops.


How do you check the speed, I'm with BT and YouTube videos lag and don't load
wajid_aziz14/03/2020 13:00

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Mate, For that price you should be getting M100!

for the record, I’ve just switched from Virgin where my offer for M100 for £22/month has just finished. The lowest they would go was £21 for 12 months, so I decided to jump ship to the Vodafone deal. No faffing for 18 months, and I’m going to use an Openreach modem from eBay and my own router (AMPLIFI). Plus adsl upload speeds are much better than cable which was capped at 10mbps, very handy when streaming media to my phone away from home
Edited by: "valmiki" 14th Mar
valmiki14/03/2020 14:08

Mate, For that price you should be getting M100!for the record, I’ve just s …Mate, For that price you should be getting M100!for the record, I’ve just switched from Virgin where my offer for M100 for £22/month has just finished. The lowest they would go was £21 for 12 months, so I decided to jump ship to the Vodafone deal. No faffing for 18 months, and I’m going to use an Openreach modem from eBay and my own router (AMPLIFI). Plus adsl upload speeds are much better than cable which was capped at 10mbps, very handy when streaming media to my phone away from home


Im considering 100mb from virgin or this vodafone deal. I have openreach modem an asus router, would i be ok on this vodafone connection? It is £7+ a month difference...
Triple_H14/03/2020 00:12

Avoid, Speeds are very slow and connection is always cutting out. I regret …Avoid, Speeds are very slow and connection is always cutting out. I regret signing up with Vodafone.


OK, but on the flip side.... I live in a victorian flat with big fat walls. I signed up a few months ago for similar deal and it's been faultless with good speeds using original voda router (haven't even connected my Asus ac66u yet lol)

I was reticent going with voda as had been with virgin whose speeds were amazing in previous property but they don't offer vm in the area I moved to. For effectively £19/m, I'm very happy but horses for courses.
I have been with BT/Voda/plusnet/Virgin and maybe I am lucky in where I live but its been all good ,only thing I never liked about virgin was the upload speed.
19DembaBa1914/03/2020 13:24

How do you check the speed, I'm with BT and YouTube videos lag and don't …How do you check the speed, I'm with BT and YouTube videos lag and don't load


BT sucks that's why.
19DembaBa1914/03/2020 13:24

How do you check the speed, I'm with BT and YouTube videos lag and don't …How do you check the speed, I'm with BT and YouTube videos lag and don't load


App on my phone
Thar14/03/2020 08:58

I have the newer router and believe this to be true. The connection has …I have the newer router and believe this to be true. The connection has been solid since I moved to them in September. The line only disconnected 3 times in the first 10 days for DLM and since then, once for a software update. I got a great deal which included a £100 Amazon gift voucher, a bundled Echo, I certainly don't regret the move.This morning's speedtest, done over WiFi.[Image]


Exactly same deal I went for. My speeds are pretty much same as yours too. Atleast it works out for some lol.
taiko14/03/2020 08:24

I remember when talk talk used to have a really bad rep , has that changed …I remember when talk talk used to have a really bad rep , has that changed ?


Still terrible.

If you have any kind of issues on your line then you might not want to chance it with them.

However the speed and service you receive provided you don't need to contact them will be exactly the same.

The lines are sublet and still controller entirely by openreach so are not capped or subject to any restrictions of the reseller, be it Talk Talk, who are scum, or Sky who have fantastic customers service that is UK based.
valmiki14/03/2020 14:08

Mate, For that price you should be getting M100!for the record, I’ve just s …Mate, For that price you should be getting M100!for the record, I’ve just switched from Virgin where my offer for M100 for £22/month has just finished. The lowest they would go was £21 for 12 months, so I decided to jump ship to the Vodafone deal. No faffing for 18 months, and I’m going to use an Openreach modem from eBay and my own router (AMPLIFI). Plus adsl upload speeds are much better than cable which was capped at 10mbps, very handy when streaming media to my phone away from home


VDSL ;/ ....nearly.
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