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Vodafone UK Sees 1.07 Million Customers Take Fixed Broadband

Monday, Jul 25th, 2022 (7:36 am) - Score 4,704
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Vodafone UK has just published their latest Q1 FY23 results, which reveals that their fixed broadband base grew again to total 1,072,000 customers (up by 22k in the quarter vs 59k in Q4 FY22) and their mobile base also increased to total 17.22m (up by 115k vs 51k in the previous quarter).

In terms of the operator’s fixed broadband base, over half of those are now “converged” subscribers (i.e. they take both mobile and fixed broadband from the operator). Customers on their broadband service tend to reflect a mix of hybrid fibre FTTC and full fibre FTTP connections on both Openreach and CityFibre’s UK networks. Sadly, they’ve never shown their FTTP base in detail, so we can’t see which products and platforms drive this take-up.

As for mobile, the operator’s customer base reported the quarterly addition of 18,000 Pay Monthly customers (down from +37,000 last quarter) and another rise of 97,000 Prepaid (Pay As You Go) users (up from 14,000). In addition, quarterly mobile broadband (data) usage across their UK network reached 355,661 TeraBytes, which is up from 325,968 TB last quarter.

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Nick Read, Group CEO, said:

“We have executed in line with our expectations, delivered another quarter of growth in both Europe and Africa, and seen an acceleration in business growth. Whilst we are not immune to the current macroeconomic challenges, we’re on track to deliver financial results for the year in line with our guidance.

Our near-term focus on our operational and portfolio priorities remains unchanged. We’ve made good progress towards stabilising our commercial performance in Germany, and we continue to actively pursue opportunities with Vantage Towers and to strengthen our market positions in Europe.”

Overall, the operator saw their quarterly UK service revenue increase to €1,360m (up from €1,341m in the previous quarter). The full report is here (PDF).

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8 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Reece says:

    Do Vodafone ever release their network traffic stats? Be interesting to see their peak usage over fixed line and mobile use.

  2. Avatar photo Anuraj says:

    Using vodafone mobile last 2 years and have no problem. 5g coverage not bad but voice calls quality great. Vodafone 900mhz bands works very well with indoor coverage.

    Left EE few months ago on my second line. EE 5g coverage very good but signals not solid and stay in 1 bar most time and drains battery. Voice calls quality is terrible with lots of calls drops and opposite person can’t hear clearly.

    1. Avatar photo Declan M says:

      One big thing I miss from Vodafone is the voice quality far better than EE

  3. Avatar photo TrueFibre says:

    Great service But Rubbish Router I know my security the Vodafone Hub lacks security it only has pathetic firewall

    1. Avatar photo Mark says:

      I’ve never used any ISP supplied equipment unless I have to and even then it’s just as a modem.

  4. Avatar photo David Robb says:

    Been with Vodafone FTTC since January and been very pleased with the service. Connects at 79/20mbs with speedtest results to match. Much better and cheaper than previous BT service that topped out at around 60mbs. Router has guest WiFi option and better coverage. Fewer reconnects means ip address stays unchanged for longer. I got a £5 discount per month and a £100 Amazon voucher for switching. What’s not to like

  5. Avatar photo Bent says:

    Vodaphone crap

    1. Avatar photo Mark says:

      Everyone has this opinion on a ISP doesn’t matter which you can have the most stable ISP in the world, never have a single issue and people will post they are crap, worthless, unrelated etc

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