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Vodafone Fibre Broadband £21 / 18mths + £100 Amazon Gift Card and £35 topcashback at broadbandchoices

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Posted 14th May
35Mbps is £21 for current vodafone mobile user and £23 for non vodafone mobile user.
63Mbps is £26
Get the cashback from TOPCASHBACK through broadbandchoices.

£13.5 after everything:
(21*18-100-35)/18 = £13.5
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Never, ever again vodafone for broadband
Vodafone has one of the worse WiFi router and never update on the complaints, you have to keep chasing them
Had such a bad experience with Vodafone. Poor sync speeds and throughput (especially during peak hours), no consistency in regards to customer service and nearly impossible to get good tech support (Most info / updates on the service and upgrades came via customer posts on their forum). I'd suggest checking their forums before you make any decision.
Few people complaining about Vodafone. On the flip side, I've had fibre with them for over a year now.

Once Openreach did their bit it's been excellent.

Great customer service. Contacted twice at the start... once for settings for my own router and another to request static IP.
I was dealt with perfectly and speeds and reliability has been spot on.

Every large company has their share of displeased customers.
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40/10 or 80/20 ?
After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this and the cheapest non-fibre deal - plusnet around £10 a month. I'm a Vodafone customer already anyway. Wonder if you can get the VEA discount on broadband as well as mobile?
For some odd reason it always decline as being existing mobile customer.. Tried myself and also for my friend address..
secretmsg14/05/2019 23:23

For some odd reason it always decline as being existing mobile customer.. …For some odd reason it always decline as being existing mobile customer.. Tried myself and also for my friend address..


Not sure about it, i just went through without problems.
haleluohao14/05/2019 23:26

Not sure about it, i just went through without problems.



Are you existing mobile customer ?
rachelandgromit14/05/2019 23:23

After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this …After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this and the cheapest non-fibre deal - plusnet around £10 a month. I'm a Vodafone customer already anyway. Wonder if you can get the VEA discount on broadband as well as mobile?


I didn't try mine but it says:
Ensure you’ve bought an eligible Pay monthly plan (includes phone plans, tablet plans, 12-month SIM only plans and Vodafone Outlet offers) directly from us in the last 30 days.
It looks like broadband is not part of the offer.
Vodafone has one of the worse WiFi router and never update on the complaints, you have to keep chasing them
scp1814/05/2019 23:30

Vodafone has one of the worse WiFi router and never update on the …Vodafone has one of the worse WiFi router and never update on the complaints, you have to keep chasing them


Can we use our own router or bt router?
secretmsg14/05/2019 23:23

For some odd reason it always decline as being existing mobile customer.. …For some odd reason it always decline as being existing mobile customer.. Tried myself and also for my friend address..


I had problems ordering online but I gave them a call and everything went through fine.
Cant see the option for fibre 2 only fibre 1 ?
haleluohao15/05/2019 07:06

Can we use our own router or bt router?


Yes you can use your own router, you just need to get the settings and you're good to go.
I must add though, that I've had no problems whatsoever with my Vodafone router, the speed and stability have been fine. In my experience my BT smarthub was far less reliable.
amoulden15/05/2019 07:54

Cant see the option for fibre 2 only fibre 1 ?


Go through the broadband choice website and you will see option 2
niftybit15/05/2019 07:58

Yes you can use your own router, you just need to get the settings and …Yes you can use your own router, you just need to get the settings and you're good to go. I must add though, that I've had no problems whatsoever with my Vodafone router, the speed and stability have been fine. In my experience my BT smarthub was far less reliable.


Thanks.
haleluohao15/05/2019 08:00

Go through the broadband choice website and you will see option 2


Thanks for the reply , but that's what I did - clicked on visit retailer then only fibre 1 showing ?
amoulden15/05/2019 08:03

Thanks for the reply , but that's what I did - clicked on visit retailer …Thanks for the reply , but that's what I did - clicked on visit retailer then only fibre 1 showing ?


If you go to broadband choices first the option is there fibre 1 or fibre 2
My experience of Vodafone

If you’ve never had fibre expect delays. I know 2 people who had Vodafone installed. It took over a week maybe 2 weeks before they managed to install and get everything up and running.

The problem was Openreach needed to set up fibre at the cabinet.

Having said said that with the cashback and Amazon voucher it’s a very good deal and I am thinking about taking it out.

I have have already had fibre with BT and SSE. I’m currently with Virgin 100M they’ve offered me it for £28 with their basic TV package.
haleluohao15/05/2019 08:00

Go through the broadband choice website and you will see option 2


Thanks sorted
haleluohao15/05/2019 07:06

Can we use our own router or bt router?


Yes use your own - the Voda one drops out all the time. Just ask for your username and password on live chat- or better still, avoid Voda they are truly awful during peak times
Debating between this and NowTV 12 month offer. I might need to cancel that to sign up for this.
Never, ever again vodafone for broadband
Where has this weird middle speed of ~60mbps come from? Hard to get a good deal on 80 from openreach nowadays. Still, great deal.
Had such a bad experience with Vodafone. Poor sync speeds and throughput (especially during peak hours), no consistency in regards to customer service and nearly impossible to get good tech support (Most info / updates on the service and upgrades came via customer posts on their forum). I'd suggest checking their forums before you make any decision.
The best part about this deal is that you can bail out within 30 days, yesterday at 4am my speed was 0.16mbs and has been sub 25mbs since installation a week ago. Remember your PIN and memorable word if you sign up as you may need it.
Voda was good for me until the second year where speeds dropped considerably during peak times

I changed to sky which have great customer service when i dealt with them and have been getting better speeds than voda

Always invest in your own router tbh...it's one purchase that pays off so you don't have to faff around or worry about issues when switching providers
Edited by: "broke_with_expensivetaste" 15th May
broke_with_expensivetaste15/05/2019 11:05

Voda was good for me until the second year where speeds dropped …Voda was good for me until the second year where speeds dropped considerably during peak timesI changed to sky which have great customer service when i dealt with them and have been getting better speeds than vodaAlways invest in your own router tbh...it's one purchase that pays off so you don't have to faff around or worry about issues when switching providers


Any decent budget options?
scp1814/05/2019 23:30

Vodafone has one of the worse WiFi router and never update on the …Vodafone has one of the worse WiFi router and never update on the complaints, you have to keep chasing them


Their router is terrible. Speeds are awful, even though I was on the 76mb Fibre option. Signed up with Virgin
rachelandgromit14/05/2019 23:23

After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this …After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this and the cheapest non-fibre deal - plusnet around £10 a month. I'm a Vodafone customer already anyway. Wonder if you can get the VEA discount on broadband as well as mobile?


I had that with EE but called up and they reduced my original monthly bill by £1. So paying £25 instead of the hiked £29 they were going to put it up to. (£26 originally)
Give it a shot Hear Vodafone broadband isn't the best for broadband.
rachelandgromit14/05/2019 23:23

After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this …After EE price hikes I'm going for this, not much difference between this and the cheapest non-fibre deal - plusnet around £10 a month. I'm a Vodafone customer already anyway. Wonder if you can get the VEA discount on broadband as well as mobile?


No you can't unfortunately, I asked the other day.
Save yourself the hassle, go with Sky or Plusnet. I've had Virgin, Vodafone, Sky & Plusnet... I wouldn't go back to Vodafone fibre. Among other things, I had issues with certain website, Reddit was one of them. At the time it was a well known problem with Vodafone, not sure if they've made changes.
pidz15/05/2019 11:20

I had that with EE but called up and they reduced my original monthly bill …I had that with EE but called up and they reduced my original monthly bill by £1. So paying £25 instead of the hiked £29 they were going to put it up to. (£26 originally)Give it a shot Hear Vodafone broadband isn't the best for broadband.


I'm currently with normal broadband with EE and it's awful. Can't have more than one device connected so it can't be any worse. I've never tried fibre before so at this price it's worth giving it a go. If it's shocking I'll just cancel....

Unfortunately we can't get Virgin in our area. We are in a rural area. If only we could get a decent phone signal, every provider is terrible....
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 15th May
This is the lowest effective price fibre deal around at the moment.
Cash back is better than these vouchers!

I am with Plusnet and ordered TalkTalk on Monday. I just cancelled TalkTalk and ordered this deal.
Cheapest around. I have 2 broadband connections at home, so have a backup, if this is rubbish.
I better keep my BT Homehub 6 if the router is poor.
I will leave after the 18 month period and look for a Black Friday deal in 2020!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 15th May
Few people complaining about Vodafone. On the flip side, I've had fibre with them for over a year now.

Once Openreach did their bit it's been excellent.

Great customer service. Contacted twice at the start... once for settings for my own router and another to request static IP.
I was dealt with perfectly and speeds and reliability has been spot on.

Every large company has their share of displeased customers.
Vodafone is ok if you use your own router. I've read that they seem to struggle at peak times, That must be in highly subscribed/congested areas as mine stay rock solid 24/7 using my own router. Vodafones is truly aweful. Don't subscribe unless you're willing to use your own.
it forces you to get a new line and number and it costs 60£
I was tempted by this, with Sky and wifi range is rubbish, and with reviews of vodafone don't want to jump from frying pan to fire, so to speak.

From what i read BT or Talktalk provide the best routers for wifi range - don't really want to purchase a seperate router to use.
Plus i want all inclusive calls, and TalkTalk includes mobiles - was going to sign up this morning with the TV add on as well and ditch sky all together, but the prices of 2 x tv boxes + installation mounted to £100 upfront which i'm not happy with.

In no hurry though, so happy to wait for the right deal, even if it's a wait till Black Friday.
How do I get the £100 voucher and the cash back? I don't quite understand
teleporter12315/05/2019 13:31

How do I get the £100 voucher and the cash back? I don't quite understand


Go to topcashbback, search broadbandchoices. Then order from them
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