Vodafone is championing fairer pricing for broadband customers across the UK with the launch of The Great British Broadband Switch. Starting today, the campaign aims to raise awareness that UK households could save money by switching to a new broadband deal if they are out of a contract. Ofcom estimates there are over 8 million households in the UK that are out of contract and they could save on average £9 – £10 per month or £228 over the life of a contract.
In line with this, Vodafone is proud to offer our award-winning unlimited Superfast Broadband from as little as £21.95 a month. Even better, with Vodafone Together existing Pay Monthly customers on 18-month contracts can enjoy market-leading unlimited Superfast Broadband prices from £18.95, which includes our stay connected promise to ensure you’re never without connection. For an additional £8 per month, customers can upgrade to our Superfast Extra plan which adds Apple TV 4K on us (including an Apple TV+ subscription for 12 months) and unlimited anytime calls to UK landline and mobiles.
Switching is simple, our Easy Switch Team will take care of all the hard work, finding you the right package, and then doing all the heavy lifting to get you switched over from your old provider. All customers will receive our recently launched powerful new router and a handy app to help control their WiFi. What’s more, we are currently upgrading all our customer’s routers with intelligent WiFi. This cleverly scans the home and optimises the WiFi signal to give customers the best speed based on their unique home environment.
Vodafone is also on a mission to bring faster broadband to the UK. We’re already rolling out our Gigafast full-fibre home broadband with up to gigabit speeds, and will be bringing it to 3 major cities this summer alongside our brilliant 5G network.
Max Taylor, Consumer Director at Vodafone UK says: “We are launching the Great British Broadband Switch to help the 8.8m homes across the country realise they can switch their broadband provider and save up to £228. We think UK households are paying £1bn per year they don’t need to.”