Unlimited Broadband (12 month contract)
Vodafone broadband is a relatively new broadband provider. Can it compete against established suppliers such as BT and Virgin?
Below you’ll find a range of information about Vodafone broadband. Which? Members can also read our full review, including:
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Value for money
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Customer score (%)
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Vodafone's broadband packages come with the Vodafone WiFi Hub router, which is supplied free of charge. Vodafone also offers an accompanying smartphone app that lets you manage your router from your mobile. This means you can change your wi-fi password, control when people can get online and even use the 'Boost' feature to prioritise speeds for specific devices.
Vodafone offers fibre broadband and phone packages only. Its two superfast deals are widely available, and it also offers ultrafast broadband to customers in certain locations. Customers can't opt for a broadband-only deal, and Vodafone doesn't offer any pay-TV bundles.
Vodafone's prices are competitive, and all packages last 24 months and include unlimited data (although you'll need to pay extra to get a calls allowance).
Vodafone only offers fibre services. Its widely available fibre packages have with average speeds of 35Mbps and 63Mbps. There are also four ultrafast deals available to customers in certain areas - these have average speeds starting at 100Mbps and going as high as 900Mbps.