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Friday, May 7th, 2021 (2:07 pm) - Score 1,200
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Mobile operator and ISP Vodafone UK has today confirmed that they’re relaunching their one year (12 months) free Superfast Broadband Packages offer for small businesses, which applies to those who take out one of their Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC / VDSL2) and 36-month term based services.

The two associated packages – offering download speeds of 35Mbps or 63Mbps (average) – normally cost £20.83 +vat and £25 +vat respectively per month (or a little less when taken with an existing Vodafone mobile plan) and that includes unlimited usage, a 36-month contract term, a wireless router and a static IP address.

As before, Vodafone has chosen not to extend this offer to their FTTP packages on either the CityFibre or Openreach platforms. Otherwise, this remains a domestic grade broadband service and one that seems to lack a solid Service Level Guarantee (SLA), so caution is advised if your business is to depend upon it.

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Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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10 Responses
  1. HATE VODAFONE says:

    Even if the whole 3 years were free id still turn it down. Vodafone provides an absolutely bloody awful service. For the sake of you sanity, don’t join Vodafone. You have been warned

  2. The Numbertaker says:

    I would never take a 3 year contract, not for anything except maybe a car lease. Many of the ISPs now won’t let you choose anything lower than an 18 month contract. Why hasn’t Ofcom stepped in and forced all ISPs to offer 12 months like they did with phone contracts?

    1. NE555 says:

      I think the larger problem is that ISPs hike *up* the rates at the end of the contract term, forcing people to take further 18+ month contracts to avoid paying way over the odds.

      This makes no sense at all. The initial cost of acquisition, the Openreach connection fee and the router have all been paid off by the end of the initial contract term. The cost should stay level or even go down, and people should be left on monthly rolling terms.

      This is also something that Ofcom fixed with mobile phones.

  3. AnotherTim says:

    I’d take it. Not available in my area though (they don’t offer any fixed line services at all here).

    1. NC says:

      Is that because Vodafone don’t have their own equipment in your local Openreach Exchange?

    2. AnotherTim says:

      I’m not certain of the reason, but I assume that is it. No Sky, Now, TalkTalk, etc. either.

    3. Bubbles says:

      Sounds like there’s no LLU equipment at the exchange your connected to

  4. haliangyaymooyay says:

    let’s face it. Uk always stays with garbage internet providers forever. Upload speed always be crap and same with download. Nothing will change never here. So stop complaining and be happy. Enjoy your garbage FTTC outdated ancient technology forever.

    1. NC says:

      Sadly true. Although the blame is firmly on BT/Openreach for being stuck in the past. If Openreach was seperated from BT – I think we would have seen a different result.

  5. Kashav Sehra says:

    Why does vodafone offer FTTP for residential customers but not for businesses? Frustrating that I can get the superfast 100MB service if I select residential, but the exact same address with Business selected only shows the legacy FTTC srevices

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