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Vodafone superfast 1 fibre broadband 1 £22 per month / 18m and get a £100 gift card Amazon / John Lewis / Curry's with uSwitch

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Posted 4th Jul

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Receive a £100 Gift Card with Vodafone’s Superfast 1 Fibre Broadband - only £22p/m. Online Exclusive Deal.

The website states that you get the gift card 120 days after starting your broadband service.

It was on top of the list of uSwitch recommended providers for broadband In my area, London.

I am switching over from BT, from whom the service was good , good router , good internet speeds , but it was more expensive than this deal and the customer service I've received has been atrocious.

They also do superfast fiber broadband 2 at £5 extra per month.
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aa64xyz04/07/2019 09:22

Absolutely rubbish service sync at 79 get 2


Using my own router, mine syncs at 60mb and I get 60mb. It is the router at fault. It is the worse modem/router ever made. Vodafone has been great for me. Reliable etc.. But I use my own modem/router.

I wouldn't join unless you're prepared to use your own modem/router.
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I'm not sure whether you get £5 off every month if you are Vodafone customer via uswtich ? If it does then it's really great offer regardless of speed of fiberoptic
I am with BT now and their customer service is horrible, I agree, but I pay £22 per month for Superfast Fibre 2 Unlimited so I decided to stay when it was time for my renewal. This does look tempting from Vodafone, but I worked for them in a call center and some people there are just disgusting the way they treat customers. I would either try to stay with BT or go with someone else, Vodafone are just horrible
croatian_expert04/07/2019 08:51

I am with BT now and their customer service is horrible, I agree, but I …I am with BT now and their customer service is horrible, I agree, but I pay £22 per month for Superfast Fibre 2 Unlimited so I decided to stay when it was time for my renewal. This does look tempting from Vodafone, but I worked for them in a call center and some people there are just disgusting the way they treat customers. I would either try to stay with BT or go with someone else, Vodafone are just horrible


Do you get free calls as well for £21.99 I'm in the middle of renewing with them need to bargain
19DembaBa1904/07/2019 09:01

Do you get free calls as well for £21.99 I'm in the middle of renewing …Do you get free calls as well for £21.99 I'm in the middle of renewing with them need to bargain


I just checked my account and it says that I have unlimited weekend calls and that's it I think. It may be weird but I don't own a home phone. Hope this helps
croatian_expert04/07/2019 09:06

I just checked my account and it says that I have unlimited weekend calls …I just checked my account and it says that I have unlimited weekend calls and that's it I think. It may be weird but I don't own a home phone. Hope this helps


I get weekend calls as well and I pay £21.99 a month. My contract expires in September and I need to make a payment for line rental or I'll be getting charged for it. How much you paying and how is the connection. I don't get any connection downstairs, just upstairs where the router is
Absolutely rubbish service sync at 79 get 2
19DembaBa1904/07/2019 09:21

I get weekend calls as well and I pay £21.99 a month. My contract expires …I get weekend calls as well and I pay £21.99 a month. My contract expires in September and I need to make a payment for line rental or I'll be getting charged for it. How much you paying and how is the connection. I don't get any connection downstairs, just upstairs where the router is


Not sure what you mean there. My line rental is included in the price and connection is all right, rarely had any issues over the last two years. However, I don't have two floors apartment.
We’re with vodafone at the moment and I wouldn’t recommend them, it is so slow! We’re switching to BT.
Anyone confirm speeds you get in south east London (Bromley area)
I’m currently with Virgin but I’m paying nearly £50 a month & just had an email to say it’s going up another £3.50!
But I do need a high speed provider as we are heavy users...scared to change then get stuck with a rubbish service for 18 months..
aa64xyz04/07/2019 09:22

Absolutely rubbish service sync at 79 get 2


Using my own router, mine syncs at 60mb and I get 60mb. It is the router at fault. It is the worse modem/router ever made. Vodafone has been great for me. Reliable etc.. But I use my own modem/router.

I wouldn't join unless you're prepared to use your own modem/router.
Currently with them now and it's ending this month, been pretty fine for speeds, around 68Mbps on wifi. not had a problem.
Currently with Vodafone and we’re receiving constant issues with the WiFi. Sync speed is regularly below half of guaranteed speeds.
Vodafone fibre are poor, poor support, rubbish routers
Has anyone managed to haggle with Vodafone? I am out of contract, price increased and they wont price match. Service has been 100% and UK call centres. They also provide free caller display and static IP address if that is important to you.
AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I have had fibre from a number of providers in the last 6-7 years however this year I decided to move from EE to Vodafone. Never have I have EVER had a fibre optic broadband with speeds of less than 2mb on each device in my home whether wired or wireless. Vodafone did some checks and have reluctantly advised me to move to someone else as they simply won't be able to fix this problem anything soon, knowing the fact that the exchange is box is hardly 100-200 meters from my property. Vodafone never learn, I simply can not imagine how they are still in the business with such horrendous service and support.
Edited by: "aeykeay" 4th Jul
cazsilver04/07/2019 09:35

Anyone confirm speeds you get in south east London (Bromley area) I’m c …Anyone confirm speeds you get in south east London (Bromley area) I’m currently with Virgin but I’m paying nearly £50 a month & just had an email to say it’s going up another £3.50!But I do need a high speed provider as we are heavy users...scared to change then get stuck with a rubbish service for 18 months..


full speed as advertised, near bromley south station
.MUFC.04/07/2019 09:36

Using my own router, mine syncs at 60mb and I get 60mb. It is the router …Using my own router, mine syncs at 60mb and I get 60mb. It is the router at fault. It is the worse modem/router ever made. Vodafone has been great for me. Reliable etc.. But I use my own modem/router. I wouldn't join unless you're prepared to use your own modem/router.


Which router would you recommend & how much are they approx? Thanks
Been with them for just over 18 months, used my own router from day one and not had any major issues. Currently on the £30 rolling tariff even though I'm a voda mobile customer as they want to tie me in to another 18 months to get the £3pm discount and won't haggle further
cazsilver04/07/2019 11:18

Which router would you recommend & how much are they approx? Thanks


I'd say around £100-£120 is reasonable for heavy users with multiple devices. I bought a TP Link AC2600 a few years ago for £120 and it's been amazing. Supports both 2.4ghz and 5ghz networks, allows for USB hard drive to be plugged in which makes life easy when wanting to share content. Just be sure it says 'ADSL/VDSL' in the name somewhere as this will indicate it is both a modem (connects to the internet) and router (shares the internet) in one. I got caught out by this at first.
Edited by: "rufnek2kx" 4th Jul
cazsilver04/07/2019 11:18

Which router would you recommend & how much are they approx? Thanks


I use a Netgear d7000v2, Not the greatest wifi range but it's in a central location and my walls are hollow so reaches every room. My pc is about 3 meters away and it gets full speed.

It is a shame that the Vodafone router is so bad, it's unusable imo but fortunately it's reliable, cheap and they don't block torrent sites or IPTV etc.. plus there's a glitch on my account which means I'm not paying anything atm. I have tried to get them to sort it several times, but the issue still remains. I've got two mobile contracts on the same account!
As said above, Vodafone has been fine for me as immediately binned their router and used my own separate modem and router
eonise04/07/2019 14:04

As said above, Vodafone has been fine for me as immediately binned their …As said above, Vodafone has been fine for me as immediately binned their router and used my own separate modem and router


Do you need any special configuration or just openreach modem / router ?
This was posted earlier
Can Vodafone's router be switched into modem only mode as I did with Virgin's one and use my own router with no modem built-in?
tobyw04/07/2019 16:24

Do you need any special configuration or just openreach modem / router ?


Yes I use the openreach modem, but will be switching to a draytek one soon (just to try it, heard it's better) . In both cases they need the correct connection profile and u/n & pwd entering into the modem, these are easily found on the web including how to suss out the username/password credentials.
Edited by: "eonise" 4th Jul
35Mbps isn't even close to superfast...
Be aware that Vodafone requires router returned to them if leave after 18m! Keep the package if you can
Admast7904/07/2019 18:05

35Mbps isn't even close to superfast...


The offer is on the 80/20 package as well.
Shame they want £60 from me for new line installation, should be free.

Yes, I'm a Virgin Media customer at the moment but I have a BT Openreach line as well, a fairly recent one too (was with BT for a year before Virgin). All they'll have to do is flick a switch at the exchange as I had BT Infinity before. Not paying an engineer £60 to do that. No chance.
Edited by: "preecey" 4th Jul
Do you need a landline for this offer?
35mb? Lol I’m on 375mb for £30pm
I have the 70mb Vodafone at the moment, currently £23pm, it's fine for most of the day with very fast average speed but without fail every night between 8-10pm the line will suddenly drop go offline for around 5mins and then come back up, it's infuriating!!! My price is cheaper than normal as Voda can't figure out how to fix it.

I checked with EE yesterday and they have the new g.fast service offering 150mb, it was showing as £42pm but i got the token phone call in the evening offering free install, free router and £35pm, i was tempted but still on the fence at the moment as also need to re-do sky and my mobile contracts...
.MUFC.04/07/2019 09:36

Using my own router, mine syncs at 60mb and I get 60mb. It is the router …Using my own router, mine syncs at 60mb and I get 60mb. It is the router at fault. It is the worse modem/router ever made. Vodafone has been great for me. Reliable etc.. But I use my own modem/router. I wouldn't join unless you're prepared to use your own modem/router.



+1 The router is pants for wifi, service drops out now & again,can't wait for the 18 months to be up so i can go elswhere
If anyone needs really quick broadband then VM are the only company I'm aware of that offer over 300mpbs.
djh197504/07/2019 19:25

If anyone needs really quick broadband then VM are the only company I'm …If anyone needs really quick broadband then VM are the only company I'm aware of that offer over 300mpbs.


Vodafone do Gigafast, 900mb!!!!!

Linky
tobyw04/07/2019 16:24

Do you need any special configuration or just openreach modem / router ?



You need the Vodafone username and password which is obtainable via customer services. I used online chat to get mine, you just have to say you have an openreach approved modem/router. There is a list if you Google it.
mtodak04/07/2019 17:49

Can Vodafone's router be switched into modem only mode as I did with …Can Vodafone's router be switched into modem only mode as I did with Virgin's one and use my own router with no modem built-in?


Yes, you can disable the WiFi but even as a modem it's crap. Better off getting a VDSL modem/router.
Literally the worst broadband provider in the history of the universe
I've had Vodafone broadband for 18 months now. A very rocky start as they didn't get anywhere near speed they promised. But to be fair they gave me money off until fixed. I've never had an issue with customer service and always use their online chat. I just wish their router signal was capable of reaching whole house. I'm thinking of going to sky as it's similar price, can anyone comment on their router performance?
Been with Vodafone fibre for 18 months now and I wouldn't recommend them. Swapping the router for a Netgear solved the WiFi and internet disconnection issues but don't be surprised if your speed drops during peak time to almost non existent even though they don't officially traffic manage. A call to their customer service will find a fault with the line which is escalated for an engineer to check but speed returns to normal by the time you're off the phone.

I was going to sign up for the recent 108 meg broadband only with Virgin for £25pm but my house number isn't on their database and i never got a call back after registering my details so waiting for next best offer, preferably 12 contract.
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