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#261621 6-Dec-2019 15:42
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When I originally signed up for fibre I went with Vodafone's "Ultra Fast 30" plan, which had a limit of 30Mb/s. I decided not to go for their 100/Mbs plan as I didn't really need that speed.


When I now look at Vodafone's fibre plans ( I can't see any mention made of speed other than some fine print saying "Actual user speeds will vary and are affected by various factors." Instead I see three plans of "Unlimited Broadband", "120GB Wireless" and 240GB Wireless".


Are Vodafone's current fibre plans not based on speed any more? Do they not offer different speed plans?

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  #2369681 6-Dec-2019 15:44
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How strange! The "plan details" link doesn't really show any details...

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  #2369685 6-Dec-2019 15:47
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You need to click get this plan and enter your address, then it will show you more options like speeds



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  #2369689 6-Dec-2019 15:52
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Oh, ok, I wasn't going far enough through the process.


Now I can see that 100/Mbs is the slowest they provide.



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