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Topic # 139258 2-Feb-2014 16:28
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I live in Gore and have VDSL through snap.

If I switch to Vodafone I can make some savings through sky and my on account mobile.

The Vodafone site tells me I can have naked ADSL but not VDSL at my address.

Do VF have to have their own equipment at the cabinet to provide VDSL?

I would have thought if Chorus are already providing the VDSL service VF could use that??

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  Reply # 978951 2-Feb-2014 16:52
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Email Vodafone asking for a pre-qualification, the site may be wrong.







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  Reply # 978953 2-Feb-2014 16:54
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If you can get VDSL thur SNAP then should be fine on Vodafone

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 978954 2-Feb-2014 16:57
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johnr: If you can get VDSL thur SNAP then should be fine on Vodafone


Thanks, that's what I thought.

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  Reply # 979242 3-Feb-2014 10:20
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Hey marmel, if you give the VDSL team a call on 0800 222 664 and explain the situation as you have above, they'll be able to line up the VDSL order for you.

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