Vodafone has reduced the monthly price across its various fibre broadband packages. Along with free setup, the price cut of up to £2.50 a month will help the new customers make some savings.
Vodafone home broadband offers two entry-level, superfast plans with 35Mbps average speed and 63Mbps average speed. The cheapest plan (Superfast 1) will now cost £19.50 a month while the Pro broadband packages with Alexa support will cost from £32.50 a month.
Vodafone Pro plans come with Super WiFi, WiFi boosters, minimum home WiFi speeds and premium support.
Vodafone Ultrafast broadband packages include speeds ranging from 100Mbps to 900Mbps and the prices start from £24.50 a month.
There are four Ultrafast plans – Gigafast 100 (100Mbps), Gigafast 200 (200Mbps), Gigafast 500 (500Mbps) and Gigafast 900 (900Mbps).
In addition, Vodafone’s Xtra packages include Apple 4K TV box, one year Apple TV subscription and unlimited anytime calls and the prices start from £27.50 a month.
All the packages come with unlimited downloads, WiFi Hub, home phone and 24 month contract.
Vodafone fibre broadband plans are among the cheapest packages available in the market. However, full fibre broadband provider Hyperoptic has offered big discounts which reduced its 50Mbps Superfast plan to just £16.50 a month.
It should be noted that other major providers like Plusnet and Virgin Media also offer faster fibre broadband plans at competitive prices.
Here, is the comparison of packages offered by these ISPs:
|Vodafone Superfast 2|
|TalkTalk Fibre 65 |
|Plusnet Fibre Unlimited Extra|
| Vodafone Superfast 100|
|Virgin Media M100|