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Vodafone Gigafast. 200mb for the price of 100mb for £28 Monthly x 18 Months - Total Cost: £504
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Vodafone Gigafast. 200mb for the price of 100mb for £28 Monthly x 18 Months - Total Cost: £504

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Posted 23rd Jun
If you have this in your local area then great speed for the price as your essentially getting double the speed for the same price

Vodafone Gigafast has about 55,000 premises coverage currently and is on the Cityfibre network. Just waiting for to come to my house in Milton Keynes as they're rolling it out here

IF YOU HAVE A VODAFONE SIM MONTHLY OR MOBILE CONTRACT YOU CAN RECEIVE A £5 DISCOUNT, making this deal £23 For 200/200

£28 - 200 Down, 200 Up, normally 100 down 100 up
£38 500 Down, 500 Up,
£48 900 Down, 900 Up

Deal ends 30th JUNE
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That's insane if you can get it
If you are a Vodafone mobile customer you can also get £5 off per month. I can get 200mbps for £23
SubaruWRX23/06/2019 19:41

If you are a Vodafone mobile customer you can also get £5 off per month. I …If you are a Vodafone mobile customer you can also get £5 off per month. I can get 200mbps for £23


I got that in the description
ShamWow23/06/2019 19:42

I got that in the description


I didn't see that on my phone until you mentioned it and I clicked on the show more button.
almirh23/06/2019 19:36

That's insane if you can get it


Yeah. Coverage right now is quite limited because it's basically a fresh network . They're currently aiming for 1 million premises by 2021 cityfibre.com/new…me/
Severely limited availability.
My next door neighbour getting it installed in about 3 weeks
Wow that upload speed.
What’s the FUP?
Oh gosh why Vodafone why cant it be someone else i'm allergic to them
Can't get it where I am yet, but I'm only a few months into my Virgin deal (£32 p/m for 200Mbps). Changed the router for an Asus one and it's doing alright on WiFi now.
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I opted for the full Gigabit when they installed this to my house in Milton Keynes. A hint to anyone else, don't bother with anything over the 500Mbps product yet and save your money - you will find the rest of the internet is a bottleneck, ie. your capability exceeds the speeds of any sites you're downloading from.

Can't fault it though, rock solid connection and speeds, no cap, no issues for nearly 5 months.
BungalowBill24/06/2019 08:34

I opted for the full Gigabit when they installed this to my house in …I opted for the full Gigabit when they installed this to my house in Milton Keynes. A hint to anyone else, don't bother with anything over the 500Mbps product yet and save your money - you will find the rest of the internet is a bottleneck, ie. your capability exceeds the speeds of any sites you're downloading from.Can't fault it though, rock solid connection and speeds, no cap, no issues for nearly 5 months.


Meanwhile im paying £48 for BT for 150/30... Once our contract ends next year hopefully they'll be here and we can switch. Since the 900/900 is the exact same price we're currently paying
BungalowBill24/06/2019 08:34

A hint to anyone else, don't bother with anything over the 500Mbps product …A hint to anyone else, don't bother with anything over the 500Mbps product yet and save your money - you will find the rest of the internet is a bottleneck, ie. your capability exceeds the speeds of any sites you're downloading from.


Not so true if you are using it for big widely available BitTorrent downloads. You just get a bigger swarm of people sending fragments of the file.
Is there a roll out plan? Cant find one, as not on my area currently.
Edited by: "jbmnic" 26th Jun
WessexUnderwater26/06/2019 07:29

Not so true if you are using it for big widely available BitTorrent …Not so true if you are using it for big widely available BitTorrent downloads. You just get a bigger swarm of people sending fragments of the file.


And Steam, since it’s multi-threaded.
Very jealous of all of you with fast internet speeds. I'm in the middle of nowhere with ~20 down and ~3 up. (I have to use my phone for emergency downloads / streaming.)
almirh23/06/2019 19:36

That's insane if you can get it



Exactly, you have to be a part of the lucky few. Pisses me off when they talk about FTTP cause there are far to few that can get it and if you don't live well in the boundaries of a city don't expect it ever to come in the next 5-10 years cause these companies wont entertain it due to property density being to low for them to make enough profits from your area.

BT Openreach should be made public again and MADE to put in a full FTTP network to the whole of the UK and provide access to the ISPs just like it was with ADSL. There is a real danger with these company fibre networks that we turn into the likes of the States were providers don't go into each others turfs so that they can maintain a monopoly and charge what they want rather than a competitive rate.

Same old pish :/
Defiant30626/06/2019 10:49

Exactly, you have to be a part of the lucky few. Pisses me off when they …Exactly, you have to be a part of the lucky few. Pisses me off when they talk about FTTP cause there are far to few that can get it and if you don't live well in the boundaries of a city don't expect it ever to come in the next 5-10 years cause these companies wont entertain it due to property density being to low for them to make enough profits from your area.BT Openreach should be made public again and MADE to put in a full FTTP network to the whole of the UK and provide access to the ISPs just like it was with ADSL. There is a real danger with these company fibre networks that we turn into the likes of the States were providers don't go into each others turfs so that they can maintain a monopoly and charge what they want rather than a competitive rate.Same old pish :/


Would be cheaper for them to implement a 5g broadband service
Defiant30626/06/2019 10:49

Exactly, you have to be a part of the lucky few. Pisses me off when they …Exactly, you have to be a part of the lucky few. Pisses me off when they talk about FTTP cause there are far to few that can get it and if you don't live well in the boundaries of a city don't expect it ever to come in the next 5-10 years cause these companies wont entertain it due to property density being to low for them to make enough profits from your area.BT Openreach should be made public again and MADE to put in a full FTTP network to the whole of the UK and provide access to the ISPs just like it was with ADSL. There is a real danger with these company fibre networks that we turn into the likes of the States were providers don't go into each others turfs so that they can maintain a monopoly and charge what they want rather than a competitive rate.Same old pish :/


This deal isn't related to openreach as the network is being rolled out and maintained by CityFibre who actually have overlapping areas with Openreach FTTH, giving them some competition in urban areas.

And some ISP's do FTTH to rural areas but they often want to charge money for the installation of the line as the costs for rural are normally same or higher than rolling out in urban areas but you have less customers for the same price of the rollout.
Shocking customer service!!
That is an insane speed though short of running a large office I can't think why most people would need that sort of speed...except for serious torrenting
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