Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 38 Mbps for £20/month (18 months = £360) or 76 Mbps for £24/month (18 months = £360) @ uSwitch
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Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 38 Mbps for £20/month (18 months = £360) or 76 Mbps for £24/month (18 months = £360) @ uSwitch

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Found 27th Jan
Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 38 for £20 or Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 76 for £24 at uswitch!! 2884613.jpg
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Same price through broadband choices, with a possible £40 TCB.
Coming up as £22.50 for me
£24/month x 18 months = £432 for 76 Mbps

But maybe it's just my poor math...
Previously posted, did you not search first?
Existing customers only for those prices, new customers switching will pay £22.50/month for 38Mbps and £24/month for 76Mbps.

Bit miss leading to not have in title existing customers only with the cheaper prices that not everyone can get.
NeoSphere18 m ago

Existing customers only for those prices, new customers switching will pay …Existing customers only for those prices, new customers switching will pay £22.50/month for 38Mbps and £24/month for 76Mbps.Bit miss leading to not have in title existing customers only with the cheaper prices that not everyone can get.


The point of this deal is that you don't need to be an existing customer to get the discount. Just go via a comparison site, the best one being Broadband Choices as it works via TCB etc.
Edited by: "Doug_" 27th Jan
I’m having nightmares with Vodaphone broadband., better to go some other service providers who can give better service.
Not heard great things about the router / speeds but can't be any worse than the throttling SSE (daisy) subject me to each and every evening after 6pm
matth518244 m ago

Not heard great things about the router / speeds but can't be any worse …Not heard great things about the router / speeds but can't be any worse than the throttling SSE (daisy) subject me to each and every evening after 6pm


I've just jumped from SSE to Vodafone. I've noticed a difference already.
When I first started with SSE it was fine. After the first year I began noticing reliability drop and then the throttling really kicked it.
I hope Vodafone keep it up for the whole 18 months.
NeoSphere3 h, 4 m ago

Existing customers only for those prices, new customers switching will pay …Existing customers only for those prices, new customers switching will pay £22.50/month for 38Mbps and £24/month for 76Mbps.Bit miss leading to not have in title existing customers only with the cheaper prices that not everyone can get.


That's when going direct to Vodafone.

This cheaper deal via a comparison site (and the same one via broadband choices already listed before) is available to everyone.
pmjones794 h, 23 m ago

I've just jumped from SSE to Vodafone. I've noticed a difference …I've just jumped from SSE to Vodafone. I've noticed a difference already.When I first started with SSE it was fine. After the first year I began noticing reliability drop and then the throttling really kicked it.I hope Vodafone keep it up for the whole 18 months.


Let me know how you get on as I'd like to leave SSE but not sure if I'm going from the frying pan into the fire. A £4 a month saving isn't to be sniffed at tho and £40 TCB
I am hard hit with throttling by virgin media, cant watch my tv at all. On top they increased my price from £34 to £44 (cause out of contract now)
Any solution or suggestions?
I heard all other big providers do throttling but i wan speed like virgin.
Plusnet will likely price match this. They did for me last year when my existing contract was finishing.
This is about 40p a month cheaper than sky after cashbacks. Anybody know which is the better service?
carzylooker1 h, 10 m ago

I am hard hit with throttling by virgin media, cant watch my tv at all. On …I am hard hit with throttling by virgin media, cant watch my tv at all. On top they increased my price from £34 to £44 (cause out of contract now)Any solution or suggestions?I heard all other big providers do throttling but i wan speed like virgin.


I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon Prime and Netflix. We do watch TV 95% through internet.

Very happy with Virgin speed and no throttle.
lionkhan156 m ago

I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon …I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon Prime and Netflix. We do watch TV 95% through internet.Very happy with Virgin speed and no throttle.


Me and a friend also had trouble with video buffering, even though speed tests were good. Was also on 50MB package, but couldn't stream HD without buffering every few minutes. No issues since going to BT line fibre.
Sky matched this deal for me on their max fibre and only a 12 month contract.
They have refused to switch me from BT, reason is credit search was unsuccessful. Then I took my credit report through MSE credit club from Experian and found everything seems fine. My worry is BT going to increase my monthly bill from £35 to £49.99 from next month. Any help really appreciated.
Cheers, I'm already with Vodafone and have just taken up this new deal, I am really happy with them and you have just saved me another £48 a year, cheers OP :-)
lionkhan18 h, 17 m ago

I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon …I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon Prime and Netflix. We do watch TV 95% through internet.Very happy with Virgin speed and no throttle.


Same... Deals up in Apr... Hoping they don't whack mine up!
Been with Vodafone since October and I've not had any issues so far (Touch wood). Router has performed remarkably better than Sky Q Router and and VM SH3.

The above two mentioned struggled with WiFi signal upstairs whereas the Voda router has not struggled

HTH
Did this on the 38. Got £20 vodaphone cashback & you actually get 38 download whenever I Speedtest. Slight blip that I was charged £60 for engineer & he wasn’t needed. However in the end no cash left account, but had to ring a few times & they wasn’t very aware of it
matth518222 h, 30 m ago

Not heard great things about the router / speeds but can't be any worse …Not heard great things about the router / speeds but can't be any worse than the throttling SSE (daisy) subject me to each and every evening after 6pm


I've had the 38mbs package for a month now and can't complain at all
stevedowning15 h, 3 m ago

I've had the 38mbs package for a month now and can't complain at all


I'm going to take the plunge tomorrow I think. Thanks
lionkhan120 h, 44 m ago

I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon …I'm on 50 mb package. Never ever had throttling issue. FYI I've Amazon Prime and Netflix. We do watch TV 95% through internet.Very happy with Virgin speed and no throttle.


Yes they don’t throttle Netflix and amazon but the other iptv services, where you can see 3pm kickoffs etc
I am very annoyed with them.
neversay17 h, 2 m ago

Sky matched this deal for me on their max fibre and only a 12 month …Sky matched this deal for me on their max fibre and only a 12 month contract.


Hi how did you manage to get this from them. Are you a new customer or a existing customer
basith9943 h, 52 m ago

Hi how did you manage to get this from them. Are you a new customer or a …Hi how did you manage to get this from them. Are you a new customer or a existing customer


Existing customer. I just went on their chat tool and told them I wanted to move to the Vodafone deal. I was still 2 months out from the end of my existing contract. That said, I don't think the broadband speed will be a large improvement over their regular fibre where we live.
This is a great deal and I cannot knock the speeds I am getting to the router (approx. 55Mb/s). However a quick search online will reveal that a lot of people are having issues with Vodafones router. I get between 10 and (very occasionally) 40 Mb/s through the wifi - despite getting the full 55Mb/s constantly on my old router (Origin). My sister has ordered Vodafone too and has the same issue.
FireOnAWire27th Jan

Plusnet will likely price match this. They did for me last year when my …Plusnet will likely price match this. They did for me last year when my existing contract was finishing.


Thanks for the heads up, they have just done this for me, apparently the best deal i could have getten was £30 a month, but as i mentioned Vodafone, they dropped it to £24 (76Mbps)
Edited by: "wolf33055" 30th Jan
peaches1877629th Jan

This is a great deal and I cannot knock the speeds I am getting to the …This is a great deal and I cannot knock the speeds I am getting to the router (approx. 55Mb/s). However a quick search online will reveal that a lot of people are having issues with Vodafones router. I get between 10 and (very occasionally) 40 Mb/s through the wifi - despite getting the full 55Mb/s constantly on my old router (Origin). My sister has ordered Vodafone too and has the same issue.


Did you and your sister get the router delivered without any problems. I took the plunge and ordered last week with an activation date of 13/02 but they have emailed to say the router is out of stock.
Am I going to be left without internet?
I'm starting to regret switching now
The speed is terrible we've been with Vodafone on the 38mbps package for 2 weeks and the speed is all over the place its terrible.In the morning I can get 38mbps, I've changed the ssid and still no luck it's the router which is giving me the problems.

Also I'm leaving as the customer service is the worst I've experienced, your on hold waiting for an advisor for ages (I'm sick of Ed sheeran)
Just to counter the above, I'm about 6 weeks in on the same package and had a rock-solid 30-35mbps... all depends on where you are.
matth51823rd Feb

Did you and your sister get the router delivered without any problems. I …Did you and your sister get the router delivered without any problems. I took the plunge and ordered last week with an activation date of 13/02 but they have emailed to say the router is out of stock.Am I going to be left without internet?I'm starting to regret switching now


I had no problems getting router. speeds are all over the place (networked) and even worse is the wifi seems to top out at 30ish. Spliting the ssid into two lots helps with tv viewing (make sure the tv is the only thing using that ssid). But means I have slow d/ls when not using other id. Thinking of leaving.
peaches1877644 m ago

I had no problems getting router. speeds are all over the place …I had no problems getting router. speeds are all over the place (networked) and even worse is the wifi seems to top out at 30ish. Spliting the ssid into two lots helps with tv viewing (make sure the tv is the only thing using that ssid). But means I have slow d/ls when not using other id. Thinking of leaving.


Think I'll ring this afternoon and cancel, better the devil you know hey (SSE)
Bottled it and cancelled. Still no router
Avoid like the plague!
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