How good are Vodafone Broadband deals

Vodafone UK prides itself on being a major network provider in the UK so it is only fair to have a wide range of broadband plans that will target a lot of customers. Whether you need superfast Internet speed or mobile broadband with entertainment packages, Vodafone has you covered.

Best Superfast Vodafone Broadband deals

Customers have the luxury of choosing from different packages that will provide high speed Wi-Fi for your household.

The Superfast 1 offers a 10 Mbps maximum upload speed and unlimited broadband usage, which allows a few devices to be operating at the same time, this deal is perfect for clients who live in a small apartment or a university flat.

However, if customers want more from a plan, then the Superfast 2 offers 20 Mbps maximum upload speed and unlimited usage, ideal for households that are usually busy and have gamers who need fast Internet.


More than just a broadband

To get more out of your money clients should consider a Superfast 1 Extra with Apple TV on Vodafone; this plan offers an average download speed of 35 Mbps and 10 Mbps maximum upload speed with unlimited usage.

Vodafone members will get Apple TV 4K for free and a 1 year Apple TV+ subscription with unlimited calls to any standard UK landline & mobiles.

The Superfast 2 Extra with Apple TV offers exactly the same as the previous deal, but with a 63 Mbps average download speed and 20 Mbps maximum upload speed.

Both plans offer a lot of benefits, especially with the Apple TV feature that will bring entertainment to the house.


The Vodafone Gigafast Broadband plans

There are four different types of Gigafast deals that offer customers lighting Wi-Fi speed. For example, the lowest average download speed is 100Mbps, followed by 200 Mbps and 500 Mbps.

These plans have a contract length of 18 months and the whole family can browse on their devices at the same time, including gamers who can benefit from having superfast Internet to keep their streak on Fortnight alive.

However, there is only one other plan that offers a 900 Mbps average download with a 1 year Apple TV, Apple TV 4K and unlimited standard calls to any UK landline or mobiles. This plan is called the Gigafast 900 with Apple TV on Vodafone.

Gigafast broadband deals is Vodafone’s version of fibre broadband and is known for their unrivalled speed in the UK; however, they only offer this in selected cities such as Aberdeen, Bournemouth, Cambridge, Coventry, Edinburgh, Huddersfield, Leeds, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Peterborough, Southend-On-Sea and Stirling.

Unfortunately, if you do not live in these cities, you won’t be eligible for Gigafast deals.


Why choose a Gigacube broadband?

The best part about a GigaCube is that it allows customers to take their Wi-Fi with them wherever they go with a portable wireless router designed to keep people connected to the Internet.

Customers don’t have to worry about the quality of the connection because clients will get 5G data technology, which means there won’t be any video buffering when streaming videos.

Also, clients are being able to choose a contract length between 18months and 30days.

One of the benefits of having a 30day contract is that customers can change their plan at the end of every month to suit their current situation. For example, if a Vodafone client is moving houses and does not have Wi-Fi installed, then a temporary 30day Gigacube plan will keep the family connected until their home broadband is set up.


How to contact the Vodafone Broadband team

Vodafone understands that there could be problems with any of the broadband deals, so it is important that customers know who to contact.

Therefore, if you have a Vodafone mobile phone, then dial 191 to contact the Vodafone customer service team. If you use a different mobile network provider, then dial 0333 3040 191.

For those clients who do not prefer to talk over the phone, they can send a message to TOBI - Vodafone’s digital assistant - that can help solve all Vodafone customer issues.

Post updated by: Roams on Friday, September 25, 2020

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