Vodafone slashes their FTTC home broadband prices for Christmas

Monday, December 24th 2018

On the occasion of this Christmas, One of the leading ISPs in the UK – Vodafone has announced that they have slashed the prices of their FTTC based Superfast broadband packages for their existing pay monthly mobile customers, where they can get 35 Mbps package at £20 per month and 63 Mbps package at £24 per month and the new customers (non-voda) need to pay £2 extra.

The customers will expect to get unlimited usage, a wireless router, phone line rental included, contract term of 18 months, Parental Controls, free F-Secure anti-virus software for 6 months upto 5 devices. If a telephone line is required then there will be one time line provision charge of £60 is also applicable.

Their packages are also offering their customers with a special Ultimate Broadband Guarantee and this facility helps their customers that they can claim 15% monthly discount if sync speed is falling below the stated minimum level for their broadband packages. This will continue till their problem got fixed by Vodafone.

FTTC Packages:

Superfast 1
At an average speed of 35 Mbps and Speed Guarantee (Sync) of 25Mbps at a price of £20 for Vodafone mobile customers and £22 for new customers (non-mobile).

Superfast 2
At an average speed of 63 Mbps and Speed Guarantee (Sync) of 55Mbps at a price of £24 for Vodafone mobile customers and £26 for new customers (non-mobile).

The offer may be available until this December.

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