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Can anybody compete with Vodafone's cheap fibre broadband deals?

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Broadband can be a pretty competitive market, each supplier undercutting the other to get the title of best fibre broadband deal. But Vodafone has been holding on as one of our favourites recently offering fibre for an incredibly cheap price but the question probably on your mind is can any other broadband deal compete?

The deals in reference are Vodafone's Superfast 1 and 2 packages which have received big price cuts recently knocking them down to some seriously cheap prices. The standout deal for us is Vodafone's Superfast 1 package which you can now get for £20 a month. That's average speeds of 35Mb for a very low price. 

But what other options are there? Well BT has always been a favourite of ours, mainly due to it's big reward cards. Right now you can get BT Superfast Fibre for £29.99 with average speeds of 50Mb. While that is already a great deal, the £100 BT reward card you get with it really sells it. 

If you wanted something a bit extra with your fibre then Virgin has dropped the price of its Player Bundle. That's superfast fibre speeds averaging 108Mb, over 70 TV channels and the ability to rewind and record TV, all for £32 a month. 

You can see all of the deals mentioned in full down below but if for whatever reason you're needing something a little bit different then you can find all of the options available in the UK on our best broadband deals page.


Vodafone's cheap fibre deals

The best of rest fibre broadband deals


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My two cents:
At least here in the United States, Vodafone's backbone is abysmal. Pretty sure the majority of their traffic here goes through CenturyLink (Level3), NTT, or Tata infrastructure as lowered priority traffic. Granted, they most likely don't have the same presence here as in the UK, but I still see their phone plans and whatnot all over grocery and general goods stores.

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In the UK Vodafone used to be very popular.  They provide the coverage for emergency services (so when you are in the middle of nowhere, vodaphone handles the 'emergency calls only' boosted range, regardless of what network you're on).

This was a huge marketing tool for them, with people believing they would get the best coverage using Vodafone (incorrect of course).


Since Vodafone got themselves in a sticky situation with customer data, they have since struggled from what I see.  And their network is terrible outside of cities. 


Would never use them. 

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