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ISP Vodafone UK Extends Pro Broadband to Small Businesses

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 (12:36 pm) - Score 888
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Mobile operator and ISP Vodafone UK has today extended the availability of their ‘Pro Broadband Packages‘ to SoHo (small office/home office) businesses, which bundles-in improved UK support, “intelligent” Super Wi-Fi (mesh) and an automatic 4G back-up for if your fixed line connection goes down.

Sadly, you’ll only be able to take these on their FTTC (VDSL2) powered “superfast broadband” tiers (they don’t yet offer “full fibreFTTP packages with this for businesses). As a result, prices start from just £29 +vat per month for Pro Broadband Superfast 1 (38Mbps) and £31 per month for Pro Broadband Superfast 2 (63Mbps).

Andrew Stevens, Head of Small Business at Vodafone, said: “As small businesses begin to return to the office, ensuring a brilliant broadband connection for every employee is vital. Being online is more important than ever for every business. Reliable broadband is a necessity, in every corner of every office.”

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  1. Paul says:

    Vodafone have dropped the ball massively with their broadband. They are virtually so far behind the others they now need to issue staff with telescopes to see the competitors.

    Vodafone do not listen to customers, they run from an alternative crackpot agenda of keeping everyone on copper for as long as possible.

    Instead of rolling out Vodafone FTTP over Openreach, they spam everyone with VodafonePRO to change from “copper” to “copper+4G” as someone in marketing has realised they can skelp another £8-£10 a month for something you’re very very very unlikely to need. Genius for them. And the customer gets 256 kilobit 4G backup during a copper fault. Whoooppppeeee doooo.

    Vodafone need to get a move on with their FTTP rollout it is pathetic.

  2. James says:

    Tbh they cant seem to make there fttp offering available to the home market either, Openreach made it available in my area 8 months ago and voda still haven’t caught up

    1. biles says:

      Same boat here! Openreach FTTP went live on my postcode in March and despite Vodafone’s own documents listing it as available they still can’t, or maybe won’t, provide it.

      It’s not like OR don’t list them – https://www.openreach.com/fibre-broadband/fttp-providers
      Vodafone even have a list of postcodes on their site – https://www.vodafone.co.uk/cs/groups/configfiles/documents/document/vfcon109366.pdf

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