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Vodafone router: all available models and easy setup guide

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Last update: October 11, 2023
Fernando Carrillo
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Vodafone Router solutions are for homes or businesses looking to get Broadband solutions that can connect multiple devices to one network source simultaneously. This article teaches about the Vodafone Router and how to set it up easily.

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How to get a Vodafone router

The Vodafone Router has the advantage of having your devices connected to a single hub that provides great wifi connectivity to all rooms when used and installed properly. If you want to purchase the Vodafone Router, you can use several channels. Check out the available options and decide which is more suited to your needs.

Here are some ways you can get a Router from Vodafone.

  1. Sign up for Broadband with Vodafone: As part of its Broadband Packages for new customers, Vodafone offers a Router. When you register for any Broadband packages on Vodafone, you can expect to get a Vodafone Router. This Router is usually delivered about ten days after an order is placed. This is the easiest way to get a router with Vodafone.
  2. From Online Channels: You can also get a Vodafone Router from online channels like E-bay.

What are the available Vodafone router models?

Vodafone has a Router designed to ensure you get the best connectivity for all your devices. Vodafone generally provides Routers for free to customers purchasing any of the two Broadband subscription packages. This Router is perfect for any Broadband package, including the newer Gigafast service.

The new Vodafone Router Models currently use the wifi six technology.

Vodafone wifi Hub

Vodafone started releasing its newer wifi hub in 2020 with a few select customers and has since extended this service to all new and existing customers. The wifi hub is guaranteed twice as fast as the previous Router models used by Vodafone.

Check out the Specifications of the new wifi hub Router.

  1. Size Dimensions: 275 mm x 170 mm x 70 mm
  2. Ports: This Router comes with six (6) variations of ports suitable for a wide range of devices. They are 1 x ADSL/VDSL/g.fast (RJ-11), 4 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ45), 1 x Gigabit Ethernet WAN (RJ45), 2 x FXS for analogue phones, fax, pos (RJ11), 2 x USB 2.0
  3. WiFi: WiFi 11ac: 5GHz 4×4 / 11n: 2,4GHz 3×3 dual-band concurrent with MIMO & beamforming; 2.4 GHz: BCM4360.2, 3×3; 5 GHz: BCM4366e, 4×4
  4. Memory: 256 MB NAND Flash / 512 MB DDR3

This Vodafone Router is designed to give you better connectivity, accommodate more devices and enable simple network boost to any device using the Router.

Wifi Hub: the best Vodafone router yet

Vodafone has used a few different Router models over the years. However, the wifi hub boasts of being the best Router. Also, its unique features make it stand out as a market leader today.

Here are some features that distinguish the wifi hub from older Vodafone Routers.

  • The Vodafone Broadband app supports the Vodafone wifi hub. The app lets you manage the settings on your internet connectivity conveniently. You could even monitor and control Screen time for yourself or your kids, all from your app.
  • The most noticeable feature of the wifi hub is that it provides better and stronger wifi connectivity for a larger number of devices.
  • The wifi hub is also wired to automatically connect to the fastest wifi channel available. This automatically means reliable internet.
  • Your Hub also lets you grant access to your guests; third parties you have permitted can connect to your Router.
  • It also provides multiple Ethernet ports for wired connection to your Computer and two USB ports for your Mobile devices.

Older Vodafone router models

While the wifi hub is the most commonly used right now, some older Vodafone customers still have the older models they had earlier produced.

There are two older Vodafone Router models.

Vodafone Connect router.


  • Four Gigabit Ethernet ports.
  • 802.11ac wifi
  • Dual-band wifi (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz 802.11ac)
  • Two USB ports

Huawei HHG2500


  • Four Gigabit Ethernet ports.
  • 802.11ac wifi
  • Dual-band wifi (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz 802.11ac)
  • Two USB ports
  • Five Antanas

Please note that you can switch any older models for the wifi Hub.

How to connect and set up your Vodafone router

Vodafone has made setting up your Router very straightforward so that any customer can self-install in a few minutes.

Follow these steps to set up your Router.

  1. Take the microfilter and connect it to your phone socket.
  2. Next, take the grey cable and plug it into the microfilter
  3. Plug the other end into the Vodafone router.
  4. Connect the power.
  5. Switch off the mains plug socket.
  6. Plug the power supply into your new Router.
  7. Insert the power plug into the mains power socket.
  8. Switch on the power socket.
  9. Press the power button on the Router to start it up.
  10. Go ahead and connect all devices.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Vodafone Router

What is the easiest way to get a Vodafone Router?

Subscribe to any available Vodafone Broadband plan.

Do new customers get the new Vodafone Router?

Yes, they do. All new customers get the Vodafone wifi Hub.

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Fernando CarrilloRoams
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Fernando estudió Administración, Publicidad y Relaciones Públicas. Con más de dos años de experiencia en Roams, Fernando es experto en el asesoramiento sobre telefonía, tarifas de móvil e internet. Además, también es especialista en canales de televisión y las distintas ofertas que tienen los operadores con tv.

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