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Vodafone broadband Superfast 2 63Mbps + Anytime calls + Apple TV 4K (+ 1yr Subscription) - £30.95 per month + £95 potential cashback
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Vodafone broadband Superfast 2 63Mbps + Anytime calls + Apple TV 4K (+ 1yr Subscription) - £30.95 per month + £95 potential cashback

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Posted 17th Jun
Looks like a really good offer from vodafone on their website; on top of Superfast 2 + anytime calls, you get Apple TV 4K (worth about £150?) + a years subscription to Apple TV (worth £60).

There is also £95 cashback on Topcashback which brings it down to £26.99p/m

Some key facts below;

63 Mbps average download speed

Superfast 2

55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed or money back

20 Mbps maximum upload speed

Unlimited broadband usage

Unlimited anytime calls

24 Months minimum term

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Effectively an extra £8/month for the Apple TV and Anytime Calls.......I'll ignore the Apple TV+ subscription, as that comes for free with the AppleTV.
I can supposedly get speeds of up to 49Mbps in my flat - if I got Superfast 2 with the "55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed", does that means I will get it free with the money back guarantee?
JonReese17/06/2020 14:23

I can supposedly get speeds of up to 49Mbps in my flat - if I got …I can supposedly get speeds of up to 49Mbps in my flat - if I got Superfast 2 with the "55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed", does that means I will get it free with the money back guarantee?


No, Vodafone guarantee is misleading as it’s for synch speed and not throughput download speed.
N1Andy17/06/2020 14:19

Effectively an extra £8/month for the Apple TV and Anytime …Effectively an extra £8/month for the Apple TV and Anytime Calls.......I'll ignore the Apple TV+ subscription, as that comes for free with the AppleTV.


Most isps charge £8 a month for anytime calls.
dugie17/06/2020 14:32

No, Vodafone guarantee is misleading as it’s for synch speed and not t …No, Vodafone guarantee is misleading as it’s for synch speed and not throughput download speed.


Yeah I thought as much. Madness that they get away with that - can't even imagine how many people have fallen into that trap and been told "actually it's not what you think...".
Well it's like interest free credit for the Apple TV over the 2 year term, so I extended my existing contract again. Was £27.95/month for me though.
Why would anyone want Apple TV ?
JonReese17/06/2020 14:40

Yeah I thought as much. Madness that they get away with that - can't even …Yeah I thought as much. Madness that they get away with that - can't even imagine how many people have fallen into that trap and been told "actually it's not what you think...".


Yes, exactly. I'm with Vodafone and the actual speeds have been poor. They wanted me to sign up for a new contract and I said I wasn't happy with the current service. They kept saying, you can leave if we don't meet the minimum guaranteed speed. I had to explain to them, I get perfect synch speed, but due to the contention on their network, the actual speeds are much lower and can I leave without penalty of this continued? Of course the answer was, they would look at each case, but I told them, I don't want to jump through hoops to leave and their 'guarantee' was worthless in this situation
menace476517/06/2020 14:49

Why would anyone want Apple TV ?



Because it's by far the best streaming device imo.......and I have an errant dislike of Apple.
N1Andy17/06/2020 20:09

Because it's by far the best streaming device imo.......and I have an …Because it's by far the best streaming device imo.......and I have an errant dislike of Apple.


Not a patch on my firestick.
Edited by: "menace4765" 17th Jun
JonReese17/06/2020 14:23

I can supposedly get speeds of up to 49Mbps in my flat - if I got …I can supposedly get speeds of up to 49Mbps in my flat - if I got Superfast 2 with the "55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed", does that means I will get it free with the money back guarantee?


It's money back, not 'all your money back'. You get a discount (money back) if you don't get the sync speeds - which, speaking as someone whose line syncs at 49.5Mbps, I'm pretty happy with.
Edited by: "Ashe" 17th Jun
Ashe17/06/2020 22:12

It's money back, not 'all your money back'. You get a discount (money …It's money back, not 'all your money back'. You get a discount (money back) if you don't get the sync speeds - which, speaking as someone whose line syncs at 49.5Mbps, I'm pretty happy with.


My comment was in jest it was a tongue-in-cheek comment relating to the fact that they would still let me purchase a service even though I wouldn't even get their minimum guaranteed speed.
JonReese17/06/2020 22:23

My comment was in jest it was a tongue-in-cheek comment relating …My comment was in jest it was a tongue-in-cheek comment relating to the fact that they would still let me purchase a service even though I wouldn't even get their minimum guaranteed speed.


But you continued on with a serious conversation with someone about how Vodafone were misleading people. It's not misleading at all. It clearly states "55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed or money back", and the terms of that money back are pretty clear. And since you'd get your estimated download speed before you complete your order, even if someone skips over all of the terms I struggle to see how anyone could be considered reasonably misled into a purchase.
Edited by: "Ashe" 17th Jun
Ashe17/06/2020 22:36

But you continued on with a serious conversation with someone about how …But you continued on with a serious conversation with someone about how Vodafone were misleading people. It's not misleading at all. It clearly states "55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed or money back", and the terms of that money back are pretty clear. And since you'd get your estimated download speed before you complete your order, even if someone skips over all of the terms I struggle to see how anyone could be considered reasonably misled into a purchase.



It's not download speed, it's minimum synch speed. You aleady confused yourself. The fact that Vodafone continues to use the term "download speed" when they actually mean "synch speed" is misleading.

Vodafone broadband adverts banned over ‘speed guarantee’ - Which?
Ashe17/06/2020 22:36

But you continued on with a serious conversation with someone about how …But you continued on with a serious conversation with someone about how Vodafone were misleading people. It's not misleading at all. It clearly states "55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed or money back", and the terms of that money back are pretty clear. And since you'd get your estimated download speed before you complete your order, even if someone skips over all of the terms I struggle to see how anyone could be considered reasonably misled into a purchase.


I'm guessing you've never actually looked into it properly because you've never had any speed issues with Vodafone. But hopefully dugie's comment has explained everything well
Vodafone is famously known to have the worst customer service in the business
dugie17/06/2020 23:15

It's not download speed, it's minimum synch speed. You aleady confused …It's not download speed, it's minimum synch speed. You aleady confused yourself. The fact that Vodafone continues to use the term "download speed" when they actually mean "synch speed" is misleading.Vodafone broadband adverts banned over ‘speed guarantee’ - Which?


I am aware it's sync speed, as I said in my first post I get the discount for syncing at 49.5Mbs.

Yes, Vodafone say 'download speed' instead of 'downstream sync speed' but given BT (who were one of the complainants in your link) also use the term "download speed" and "upload speed" to represent sync speed on their website, I think they're perfectly fine with using that.

As for those adverts, I don't know the precise content of them to judge. But the website is perfectly clear - and, as I say, Vodafone use the same terminology as BT's website - download speed and upload speed.

Just to evidence it, here's what BT suggest my speeds would be if I signed up for Fibre Essential.

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JonReese17/06/2020 23:34

I'm guessing you've never actually looked into it properly because you've …I'm guessing you've never actually looked into it properly because you've never had any speed issues with Vodafone. But hopefully dugie's comment has explained everything well


As I said in my first post, I get the discount for not meeting the Superfast 2 speeds, so I am well aware of how it all works
Edited by: "Ashe" 18th Jun
menace476517/06/2020 22:06

Not a patch on my firestick.



I have two Firesticks (a 4k in the lounge and a regular in the bedroom), and whilst they are good for the more homebrew type sideloads, they don't come remotely close to being as good as the AppleTV for legitimate use. The playback is flawless, and for me the best thing is the app aggregation - search for a movie or TV series by voice and it'll tell you which of your streaming providers has it and allow you to choose which to play it back on...........whereas, for legitimate use the Firestick is stuck in Amazon world faffing about trying to get you to pay for movies through Amazon rather than for free on one of your other subscriptions.
N1Andy18/06/2020 00:10

I have two Firesticks (a 4k in the lounge and a regular in the bedroom), …I have two Firesticks (a 4k in the lounge and a regular in the bedroom), and whilst they are good for the more homebrew type sideloads, they don't come remotely close to being as good as the AppleTV for legitimate use. The playback is flawless, and for me the best thing is the app aggregation - search for a movie or TV series by voice and it'll tell you which of your streaming providers has it and allow you to choose which to play it back on...........whereas, for legitimate use the Firestick is stuck in Amazon world faffing about trying to get you to pay for movies through Amazon rather than for free on one of your other subscriptions.


Fair enough can you get IPTV on Apple TV.
menace476517/06/2020 22:06

Can u get IPTV on it ?

There are quite a few iptv apps on apple tv......... No idea how good they are though.
I think they've missed the boat that Amazon sailed away in.
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