BT just made its broadband cheaper, but wait until you see the Vodafone offer


Vodafone says it will offer BT customers a saving of over £200 when they switch from Fiber 2 home broadband service.

Vodafone’s Superfast 2 broadband service offers average speeds of up to 67 Mbps, which is enough bandwidth for several members of your household to connect to Wi-Fi and stream, game and surf the web on many devices at the same time.

Vodafone is also offering new customers a connection bonus with Amazon Fire 8 HD tablets offered to those who sign up for a new broadband plan.

If you need something a little faster than what Superfast 2 has to offer, then Vodafone has you covered. You can instead sign up for the Vodafone Pro Broadband service which offers super-fast Gigabit broadband speeds of up to 900Mbps.

That’s enough bandwidth to download an HD movie in about 30 seconds. Wow, that’s fast!

Vodafone Pro Broadband also offers an “unbreakable” connection thanks to its backing up by the mobile operator’s 4G network. So if your home broadband goes down for any reason, you’ll have a backup plan, which is ideal if you need a constant internet connection if you’re still working from home.

Vodafone Pro prices start from £30 per month, with Vodafone Pro Xtra starting at £38 per month. Vodafone broadband contracts also last for £24 months, so that’s something else to bear in mind before signing up.

This new deal with Vodafone comes after BT recently slashed prices for a range of fiber broadband plans.

The Fiber Essential packagewhich offers download speeds between 35 and 36 Mbps, usually costs £28.99 per month, but has been reduced to £26.99.

Fiber 1 Meanwhile, which has download speeds between 49-50Mbps, usually costs £29.99 per month, but has been discounted to £27.99.

While BT Fiber 2which can deliver download speeds of 73Mbps, has had its price reduced from £33.99 to £31.99 per month.


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