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ISP Vodafone UK Discounts Home Broadband for Black Friday

Monday, November 23rd, 2020 (7:21 am) - Score 5,136
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One of the cheapest fixed home broadband ISPs in the UK market, Vodafone, has just become a little bit cheaper ahead of Black Friday this week. The operator has shaved a bit extra off the monthly cost of their various “Superfast” (FTTC) and “Gigafast” (FTTP via Openreach or Cityfibre) packages.

As usual these deals are only for new customers and they can expect to receive a reasonable wireless broadband router, unlimited usage and a 24-month minimum contract term. The option to add both an Apple 4K TV with a 1-year Apple TV subscription and unlimited anytime calls, albeit at an extra monthly cost of +£8, also exists on some of these packages.

Aside from another decrease in package prices, Vodafone are also continuing to offer either 3 months or 6 months of free service on their FTTP based Gigafast packages, which makes for quite a big saving on their top packages. We should point out that the discount prices shown below will be available to order on their FTTC plans until 30th November and their FTTP plans until 21st December 2020.

NOTE: Yes the price for Superfast 1 and 2 is identical, that’s not an error.

Superfast 1 (35Mbps FTTC)
£21.50 a month for 24 months
(£19.50 if you have Voda Pay Monthly Mobile)

Superfast 2 (63Mbps FTTC)
£21.50 a month for 24 months
(£19.50 if you have Voda Pay Monthly Mobile)

Gigafast 100Mbps
£25 a month for 24 months – First 3 Months FREE
(£22 if you have Voda Pay Monthly Mobile)

Gigafast 200Mbps
£30 a month for 24 months – First 3 Months FREE
(£27 if you have Voda Pay Monthly Mobile)

Gigafast 500Mbps
£40 a month for 24 months – First 6 Months FREE
(£37 if you have Voda Pay Monthly Mobile)

Gigafast 900Mbps
£50 a month for 24 months – First 6 Months FREE
(£47 if you have Voda Pay Monthly Mobile)

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12 Responses
  1. Avatar jrhop says:

    Hopefully EE will do something similar, £30 (£27 as EE customer) is quite expensive for 80/20.

    1. Avatar T says:

      Indeed but Vodafone don’t exactly have a good track record for providing a consistent and reliable service. Hence hammering their prices down to try and get customers to overlook their recent results during reports from ofcom etc… yes it’s Black Friday but it’s overly cheap.

  2. Avatar SimonR says:

    Wish I could switch, but the fibre outside my house won’t light up until February (and their Superfast is a step down).

  3. Avatar Name says:

    No thanks, Vodafone. Better invest in Customer Support.

    1. Avatar James Rooney says:

      I second that…..

  4. Avatar Chris says:

    Currently with the Vodafone on the 40/10 FFTC package, its £22 month , package expired some months ago but I see no point to switch to another package with them as I know how incompetent they are (static IP took two months to be active!) so IMHO better leave the things like this than mess with their BS CS…

  5. Avatar Terry Hingston says:

    I was thinking about trying Vodafone but for some strange reason my property is not visible to them on search, next door is and the adjoining property is, they asked is it a new build, yeah it was in 1965

    1. Avatar 68Charger says:

      We had the same issue a couple years back. Is your address visible on the OpenReach site? Ours wasn’t but next door was.
      It turned out our phone line needed to be ‘gold’ standard to switch and ours was ‘silver’. Contact your existing service provider to see if they can change it, but this proved a pain for us as we were on Talk Talk at the time so I found an email at Open Reach to use.

    2. Avatar Zxcvmnm says:

      They tried the “gold number” excuse on me but it was clearly just their postcode checker borking. I tried at a less busy time and suddenly it worked just fine! your problem might be different of course. My paranoia wonders if they will say anything to get you to order manually over the phone with less cashback and discounts. Deeply disfunctional place.

  6. Avatar scott says:

    discounts ok, 500mb was £38 a week ago. £2 price increase is a nice “discount”

  7. Avatar Rob long says:

    Im having a speed issue on my mobile Im being fobbed off by customer services

  8. Avatar Zxcvmnm says:

    Go through broadband choices and get a £50 voucher too, if they honour.it. god help you.

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