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Topic # 204603 9-Oct-2016 09:35
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Are you able to sign up to Vodafone cable with a no term contract or is it 12 months minimum?

If it's 12 months only, if you switch from Vodafone adsl to Vodafone cable does it reset the 12 month period? Actually, can you even switch if you are in the adsl contract?

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  Reply # 1647890 9-Oct-2016 09:41
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If you (can) switch it's likely you will get a new term contract from the start. Their plans page does not show a non-term contract plan that I can see.

 

If you have the option of fibre, do not even think of Vodafone cable. If you have the option of fibre with a different provider (2degrees, BigPipe), go for this instead.







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  Reply # 1647893 9-Oct-2016 09:50
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freitasm:

If you (can) switch it's likely you will get a new term contract from the start. Their plans page does not show a non-term contract plan that I can see.


If you have the option of fibre, do not even think of Vodafone cable. If you have the option of fibre with a different provider (2degrees, BigPipe), go for this instead.



Don't have the option unfortunately. Also doubt I'll be there for a year. Never mind, thank you.

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