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Friday, August 27th, 2021 (8:47 am) - Score 2,352
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Vodafone UK has this week introduced some new discounts on the monthly cost of their various “Superfast” (FTTC/P) and “Gigafast” (FTTP via Openreach or Cityfibre) home broadband packages for consumers. Prices now start at just £19.50 per month for their entry-level 35Mbps tier.

As usual these deals are only for new customers, which can expect to receive a reasonable wireless broadband router, unlimited usage and a 24-month minimum contract term. Take note that upload speeds on their CityFibre packages are symmetric, while any slower uploads are via Openreach.

Options also exist to add an Apple 4K TV box with a 1-year Apple TV subscription and unlimited anytime calls, albeit at an extra monthly cost of +£8. Likewise, you can add 4G backup, mesh WiFi, improved support and security to your package too, but all of these things can significantly bump up the package cost.

NOTE: Post contract prices tend to rise by +£3 per month. The 200Mbps and 500Mbps packages are currently at the same price, while there are no discounts on their 900Mbps plan.

35Mbps / 9Mbps Upload
£19.50 a month for 24 months

63Mbps / 18Mbps Upload
£21.50 a month for 24 months

100Mbps / 18Mbps Upload
£24 a month for 24 months

200Mbps / 27Mbps Upload
£35 a month for 24 months

500Mbps /68Mbps Upload
£35 a month for 24 months

900Mbps / 105Mbps Upload
£60 a month for 24 months

Like a number of big ISPs (e.g. BT), Vodafone states that each April, they will bump up your monthly plan charge by an amount equal to the Consumer Price Index (inflation) rate published by the Office for National Statistics in January (CPI rate) plus an additional 3.9% on top of the CPI rate. They will then apply that CPI rate plus 3.9% adjustment from your April bill.

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By Mark Jackson
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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19 Responses
  1. Michael V says:

    I do like Vodafone’s home broadband offerings. Been with them for some years.
    Coming to end of this current contract.
    Have had superfast 2 for £21.99.
    See what they can offer on my renewal!

    1. Declan M says:

      Always haggle with them we were on Superfast 1 for 18months and the end they were desperate for us to upgrade ended up getting a new router and superfast 2 for £19 a month for 12 months and then £23 can grumble never had any problems at my dads with them

  2. Cherry Wine says:

    Are the superfast services delivered as either FTTC or FTTP for the same price? Just depending on what’s available. Or does FTTC still have line rental to be added on.

  3. Mark L says:

    I have just had Gigafast 900 installed yesterday (£55 when ordered)
    Checked this site daily like I do, and see they have adjusted it to £60, which won’t affect me as contract is in place.

    So I decided being well within the 14-day cooling off period to change my contract to Ultrafast 500 (article says 100, 200, 500 are Gigafast, but should be Ultrafast) but they cannot make this change, so I have to cancel my Gigafast 900 and then re-order the Ultrafast 500 in a few weeks time.

    It’s a shame that Vodafone don’t have a tight grip on their IT systems!

  4. Michael V says:

    Just renewed my contract.
    Same plan Superfast 2 for £18.50.
    The best quality service I’ve ever had.

  5. TrueFibre says:

    I most say £60 a month for 900Mbps excellent deal. It’s wee shame that Openreach doesn’t do 900 down and 900 up

    1. joshe says:

      I think £60 is expensive especially on the cityfibre network when fibrehop are offering it for £36

    2. A says:

      @joshe agreed, Zen offer 900/900 for £40 on CityFibre. I get that Vodafone want CF and Openreach to have the same pricing though.

    3. occasionally factual says:

      @”A Says” BT Consumer FTTP 900 is £55.99 so cheaper than Vodafone

  6. Cookster says:

    Do Vodaphone offer any incentives to quit BT early?

    1. Craig says:

      I’m stuck with BT until next February.

    2. Joe Pineapples says:

      @Craig Stuck even longer than that and currently paying the same as that 100mbps price, and getting about 30mbps (Fibre 1) 🙁

  7. Mark Collins says:

    I have the lowest tier FTTP with sky 145/30 – but vodafone says it is not available! It is poor to be honest I can upgrade to sky 500/70 but £45 is not a great price for that!

    1. Nabs says:

      Same for my address.
      Vodafone still claiming it’s not available despite Sky connecting me 6 months ago!
      I haggled and got Sky TV and Sky Ultrafast (145/30) for £41 a month

  8. Adam says:

    That’s pretty annoying as I’ve been eyeing at Vodafone prices recently as my old contract with them is due to expire in the next 2 weeks, and also Cityfibre just went live in my area. Was going to go for 1Gb however with the current prices they seem to reduce all by about 10 quid but the top tier 1GB – which they increased by 5 to £60. Makes no sense to me, but if it stays like that I can’t walk by the 500Mb deal for £35 so will be going with that one most likely

  9. zxcvbnm says:

    Go via a comparison site like broadband genie and you can in theory get a £60 reward card too! So only £17.50 a month. God help you if you need support though…

  10. Steve Jones says:

    Anyone know what revision AppleTV 4K Vodafone are giving out with the Pro Fibre Xtra?

    Also worth noting if you go with the Pro Fibre Xtra for £8 a month on top they promise no price rises for the 2 yr contract.

    Have asked my current provider if they’ll price match. Not very hopeful. lol.

  11. Chris says:

    Signed up for the 500/500 CityFibre plan through Voda the start of August for £50/mo, they installed on the 12th and I was happy with it until I saw this post.

    I’ve just spent half hour on the phone with the retentions team who were happy to put me on the £35/mo price instead, they just restarted the 24 month contract from today and generated a pro-rata invoice for the partial month. I was expecting more of a “this is for new customers only” situation so I’m pretty happy now. Cheers Mark!

  12. JamesBand says:

    They seem to have increased the price of their Ultrafast 900 product by £5 from £55 to £60. Earlier, their price was better than BT?!

    It seems crazy that all of these providers can jack the price up during the contract as well – and even more than the inflation rate. BT are infamous for doing it more than once a year and making the bill breakdown extremely complex and incomprehensible.

    The fact that they are allowed to do this seems bizarre – imagine if it were the other way round and the consumer were to say “We will pay you – the ISP – that price now and during the year will adjust our payment MINUS the Consumer Price Index (inflation) rate published by the Office for National Statistics in January (CPI rate) plus an additional reduction of 3.9% on top of the CPI.” rate.

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