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Vodafone Superfast 2 Broadband - £22.95 per month or £20.95 for Pay Monthly mobile - 24 months - £100 cashback via quidco
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Vodafone Superfast 2 Broadband - £22.95 per month or £20.95 for Pay Monthly mobile - 24 months - £100 cashback via quidco

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Vodafone Superfast 2 Broadband - £22.95 per month or £20.95 for Pay Monthly mobile - 24 months - £100 cashback via quidco
Posted 24th Jun 2020Edited by:"portishead75"

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Works out £18.79 per month

Quidco : quidco.com/vod…one

£2 per month discount if you're a vodafone pay monthly mobile customer

  • 55 Mbps guaranteed minimum download speed or money back
  • 20 Mbps maximum upload speed
  • Unlimited broadband usage
  • 24 Months minimum term
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I am currently on Vodafone Superfast 2. When I signed up I knew for a fact that I could not get those speeds in my property, the maximum I can get is around 39Mbps, but the deal I got at the time was cheaper than any other provider was offering with less speed than 39Mbps. I was quite suprised they allowed me to get this deal, since they are able to check the maximum speed my property is able to receive. Once installed, the terms of the speed guarantee discount says you must wait 14 days to make a claim, I waited 14 days and then its easy to put in a claim, it will show as an option within the Vodafone App. If you are getting under 55Mbps, then a 15% discount is added to your bill and stays on your account until you receive a minimum of 55Mbps, which in my case will be never unless openreach upgrade the lines in my area. So it works out I pay less than £19 a month for 39Mbps, which is cheaper and faster than anything I can get elsewhere, and the service in my case has been excellent compared to Plusnet, TalkTalk and Now Broadband which I have been with previously.
Edited by: "beltabry" 24th Jun
DO NOT JOIN VODAFONE BROADBAND, YOU WILL REGRET IT.

Apologies for the caps, I needed to stress the importance.
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Thought this was a repost, but it isn't - this is direct via Quidco meaning you get the referral money not BB choices! Same deal without cashback is hot, so this should get very hot indeed!
I was thinking of cancelling my EE broadband order and taking this one but I noticed that Vodafone has a traffic management policy according to MSE:

”Unlimited broadband lets you download as much as you like and is perfect for heavy users or families sharing a connection. This provider does manage traffic, which means they may slow your connection at certain times of day in order to ensure a consistent network performance for all users.“

Does anyone know how often Vodafone do this?
Edited by: "maclennanneil" 24th Jun
jnm2124/06/2020 09:45

Thought this was a repost, but it isn't - this is direct via Quidco …Thought this was a repost, but it isn't - this is direct via Quidco meaning you get the referral money not BB choices! Same deal without cashback is hot, so this should get very hot indeed!


What i love about cashback is that you can turn it into shopping vouchers and get an extra % bonus for doing so.
I was looking at his this either the free echo gear but cash is even better. Suspect it’ll take a year to track though.

Amortised that’s £17 a month (for vodafone users) Cant argue.

Edit. I can’t get super fast 2 only super fast 1. That’s only £75
Edited by: "ms2005" 24th Jun
I signed up this morning and the £100 tracked about 10 mins later
Just in case anyone happens to have experience of this...If I take this offer then switch my mb from vodaphone to a n other will they notice and put the monthly charge up? Thx for any input
Swizzels24/06/2020 11:13

Just in case anyone happens to have experience of this...If I take this …Just in case anyone happens to have experience of this...If I take this offer then switch my mb from vodaphone to a n other will they notice and put the monthly charge up? Thx for any input


No, they cannot.
good deal i signed up a few weeks ago,got £75 amazon gift card.
I signed up last year as this is the only provider that offers a fixed IP address which i wanted i have no complaints apart i could not have the 63MB but BT have been round the last 3 weeks upgrading to superfast 2 so should have it soon.
Is there still an issue with accessing some sites, e.g. imgur?
Better deal to get top package with free Apple TV 4K and tcb of £80
T650024/06/2020 11:16

No, they cannot.


Not true......

The discount will last for as long as you keep both the Eligible Services active on the same account.

vodafone.co.uk/bro…als

Cancel your mobile and you loose the £3 a month discount
_sion24/06/2020 12:21

Not true......The discount will last for as long as you keep both the …Not true......The discount will last for as long as you keep both the Eligible Services active on the same account.https://www.vodafone.co.uk/broadband-sim-only-dealsCancel your mobile and you loose the £3 a month discount


True about the discount but specifically says additional product- so obvious you would lose the discount. Rest of the price static / frozen for length of the contract.
I’m showing a £3 discount from being a customer making it £19.95.

What roughly would a cancellation fee be for Plusnet when I have three months on contract and paying £30pm? I might just take this and use the Quidco to cover the cancellation fee.
How long would it usually take to show up on Quido after purchase? Thanks
Ice_Cool24/06/2020 13:13

How long would it usually take to show up on Quido after purchase? Thanks


Took about 10 mins when i signed up earlier
don198524/06/2020 12:36

I’m showing a £3 discount from being a customer making it £19.95. What rou …I’m showing a £3 discount from being a customer making it £19.95. What roughly would a cancellation fee be for Plusnet when I have three months on contract and paying £30pm? I might just take this and use the Quidco to cover the cancellation fee.




Not sure if it helps you but I’ve signed up to EE broadband at £27 per month (67 Mbps) with £110 Cashback from Quidco and it is only an 18 months contract which works out at £20.89 per month but EE also gives you a £50 credit if your present supplier charges you for leaving the them early:

”Saving you even more with EE Broadband

If you have cancellation fees or early termination charges from your previous broadband and calls provider, as a result of leaving your contract early and switching to EE broadband, this is the place to upload your digital bill so we can credit your EE broadband account with £50.

You must meet the below eligibility criteria before your claim is processed:

• You were in contract with your previous provider on the date you placed your order for EE broadband.

• You have received your final bill from your previous provider, clearly showing any charges for ending contract early (cancellation or early termination charges – does not include any outstanding out of bundle call charges).

• You have successfully switched to EE Broadband and you are claiming within 90 days of your service going live.”
Edited by: "maclennanneil" 24th Jun
Go through one of the deals on moneysavingexpert site. The shell energy one works out about £18 a month and only a 12 month contract. It's only 38mbps fibre though.
How are people getting £3 discount? I'm an existing Vodafone mobile customer and only getting £2 discount
flyingflea24/06/2020 14:07

How are people getting £3 discount? I'm an existing Vodafone mobile …How are people getting £3 discount? I'm an existing Vodafone mobile customer and only getting £2 discount


I'm the same? Also, I'm concerned the cashback won't process if we take the Vodafone discount, as per the t's and c's?

Can anyone confirm cashback will be paid, even when taking the Vodafone account discount?
lordwc24/06/2020 12:19

Better deal to get top package with free Apple TV 4K and tcb of £80


Is it? I considered taking the package, and selling the Apple TV, but can't tell if it's worth the hassle? How much are these selling for on Gumtree and the likes? And what model is it?
I am currently on Vodafone Superfast 2. When I signed up I knew for a fact that I could not get those speeds in my property, the maximum I can get is around 39Mbps, but the deal I got at the time was cheaper than any other provider was offering with less speed than 39Mbps. I was quite suprised they allowed me to get this deal, since they are able to check the maximum speed my property is able to receive. Once installed, the terms of the speed guarantee discount says you must wait 14 days to make a claim, I waited 14 days and then its easy to put in a claim, it will show as an option within the Vodafone App. If you are getting under 55Mbps, then a 15% discount is added to your bill and stays on your account until you receive a minimum of 55Mbps, which in my case will be never unless openreach upgrade the lines in my area. So it works out I pay less than £19 a month for 39Mbps, which is cheaper and faster than anything I can get elsewhere, and the service in my case has been excellent compared to Plusnet, TalkTalk and Now Broadband which I have been with previously.
Edited by: "beltabry" 24th Jun
Ordered 😁
flyingflea24/06/2020 14:07

How are people getting £3 discount? I'm an existing Vodafone mobile …How are people getting £3 discount? I'm an existing Vodafone mobile customer and only getting £2 discount


£2 or £3 discount depends on what contract you already have - for example 30-day and 12-month SIM only mobile contracts are £2 Together discount whereas 18 month+ SIM only is £3.
maclennanneil24/06/2020 13:54

Not sure if it helps you but I’ve signed up to EE broadband at £27 per mo …Not sure if it helps you but I’ve signed up to EE broadband at £27 per month (67 Mbps) with £110 Cashback from Quidco and it is only an 18 months contract which works out at £20.89 per month but EE also gives you a £50 credit if your present supplier charges you for leaving the them early:”Saving you even more with EE BroadbandIf you have cancellation fees or early termination charges from your previous broadband and calls provider, as a result of leaving your contract early and switching to EE broadband, this is the place to upload your digital bill so we can credit your EE broadband account with £50.You must meet the below eligibility criteria before your claim is processed:• You were in contract with your previous provider on the date you placed your order for EE broadband.• You have received your final bill from your previous provider, clearly showing any charges for ending contract early (cancellation or early termination charges – does not include any outstanding out of bundle call charges).• You have successfully switched to EE Broadband and you are claiming within 90 days of your service going live.”


Thanks for that. I guess between Quidco and my Vodafone discount, I’d be doubtful they’d give me more on top. Don’t ask, don’t get!
They've now cancelled my order for the third time...bye Vodafone, I'll go look somewhere else.
1p broadband great service no cashback worries or 24 month contract(only 30 day contract)£19-99 per month?And on TTB Network
Edited by: "billythekid11" 24th Jun
A great offer, for existing it does at times show as £19.99, I seem to have bagged gigafast 200mb for £21 waiting to go live soon!
My current contract expires in just under a month. Does anyone know if i can take this deal now and date it to start then? Or is that too far off? Cheers
You have the option to select the switch over date and earliest available for me was mid July and deal for accepted. BTW Quidco tracked the £100 immediately. Thanks OP!
CraigBrown25/06/2020 10:14

My current contract expires in just under a month. Does anyone know if i …My current contract expires in just under a month. Does anyone know if i can take this deal now and date it to start then? Or is that too far off? Cheers


I had a look this morning and once you start going through the transfer process on the Vodafone website it gives you date options. You can get to this point without any commitment so give it a go. Latest date for me was 23rd July. By the looks of it , it seems to mirror a month ahead so you should be OK...
Edited by: "elephantguy" 25th Jun
ms200524/06/2020 11:05

I was looking at his this either the free echo gear but cash is even …I was looking at his this either the free echo gear but cash is even better. Suspect it’ll take a year to track though. Amortised that’s £17 a month (for vodafone users) Cant argue.Edit. I can’t get super fast 2 only super fast 1. That’s only £75



I signed up on Tuesday when the cashback was 'just' £85. However, during the sign up process it said that I was eligible for the Amazon Tech Pack (one Amazon Echo Dot and one Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote) plus the cashback has tracked perfectly. The offer is via an email which will contain a redemption code (think it is sent out within 14 days of the order / installation).
The offer period does not expire til 12 July so suspect it would still be added to this current offer. Full details at vodafone.co.uk/ter…er/
Anyone know what the vodaphone router is like?
maclennanneil24/06/2020 10:51

I was thinking of cancelling my EE broadband order and taking this one but …I was thinking of cancelling my EE broadband order and taking this one but I noticed that Vodafone has a traffic management policy according to MSE:”Unlimited broadband lets you download as much as you like and is perfect for heavy users or families sharing a connection. This provider does manage traffic, which means they may slow your connection at certain times of day in order to ensure a consistent network performance for all users.“Does anyone know how often Vodafone do this?


We tried Vodafone and it was absolutely awful. We were previously with BT but their customer service was so bad we wanted to try someone new and Vodafone had the best deal at the time.

We never received more than 1mbps after the first day. Every device connected seemed to be limited in speeds, as if each device was sharing the 1mbps between them.

I phoned them daily and they kept telling me to try the same routine each day to try speeding it up. Almost as if resetting the router, disconnecting and reconnecting each and every device was normal procure to use the internet.

We cancelled and received a full refund before the 14 day period was up. They were more helpful throughout the cancellation process than they were at trying to resolve the issues we faced. The guy I spoke to didn't even try to keep me as a customer and he didn't seem the least bit surprised that their broadband service wasn't very up to scratch.

We went with EE shortly after and we were back up to 35Mbps+ speeds within a day.

Vodafone might be great for mobile internet, but they weren't very good at providing us with standard broadband speeds, let alone the fibre we signed up for.
Absolutely awful service. Hands down the poorest internet service we've endured.

Had 35+Mbps with every other fibre ISP but Vodafone couldn't give us more than 1. And it was really throttled during peak times.
My virgin broadband has just gone up to £30 and the best they can do when I called them is £26 a month, sorry Virgin aint paying you that. I am going to order this
Do they allow you to add your own router? Do they supply the PPOE login credentials in order to do this?
Edited by: "xmal" 25th Jun
Don't buy this! Never got the guaranteed minimum speed and also keeps dropping connection. Its not only me a lot of friends having issues
maclennanneil24/06/2020 10:51

I was thinking of cancelling my EE broadband order and taking this one but …I was thinking of cancelling my EE broadband order and taking this one but I noticed that Vodafone has a traffic management policy according to MSE:”Unlimited broadband lets you download as much as you like and is perfect for heavy users or families sharing a connection. This provider does manage traffic, which means they may slow your connection at certain times of day in order to ensure a consistent network performance for all users.“Does anyone know how often Vodafone do this?


I've been with Vodafone for nearly a year and never had this before. Having a look at my terms I cant see anything on Traffic Management either. I know they used to do it like many others so maybe it was removed. Personally never had any issues and would recommend. Just remember if you get a certain max speed on your line with current provider, don expect to hit the speeds they promise as they use the same lines as all Openreach. I knew this when signing up so got the speed guarantee and now paying £15 a month.

Will just add that customer service is a bit hit and miss, same with their mobile arm. Luckily only phoned them a couple of times.
DO NOT JOIN VODAFONE BROADBAND, YOU WILL REGRET IT.

Apologies for the caps, I needed to stress the importance.
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