Vodafone is perhaps a tad late in becoming a member of NBN bandwagon, being the final main Australian telco to announce its NBN service, however the firm is doing so in model.
Starting at this time, Vodafone NBN plans can be found in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Geelong and Newcastle with some attention-grabbing perks.
Vodafone is providing a 30-day community satisfaction assure – you may depart Vodafone inside 30 days for those who’re not comfortable with the service – and a 4G backup service made immediately accessible during installation or when a fault has been detected in a buyer’s line.
The backup service will make use of the telco’s cell community and can work by means of a Wi-Fi Hub that Vodafone will present at no additional value on a 24-month plan or for $150 upfront on a month-to-month plan. The 4G backup will likely be accessible for as much as 30 days with most obtain speeds of 12Mbps.
Plans begin at $70 for limitless broadband and Vodafone guarantees that clients can change velocity plans as soon as per billing cycle with no charges incurred.
Speed checks can even be performed for FTTN and FTTB connections throughout the first 15 days of installation.
To have a good time the launch of its NBN service, Vodafone is presently providing clients within the aforementioned 5 areas three months free on a 24-month plan, with the supply expiring January 31, 2018.
The Vodafone NBN rollout will proceed over 2018, however you may verify if Vodafone’s NBN is out there in your location by heading to the telco’s website. A whole record of plans are additionally accessible on the location.
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