Vodafone cuts At Home broadband prices

27 Jun 2011

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Vodafone has restructured its pricing mechanism for its fixed-line broadband offerings with lower price points and has added higher data allowances, the company said.

Vodafone has increased data usage allowance on its Ideal off-peak 8Mbps At Home product from 120GB to 300GB per month and cut the price from €48 down to €45 and for peak users from €52 down to €49. Non-Vodafone voice customers will pay €48 and €52 per month, respectively.

The company’s Ultimate 24Mbps broadband product will see its data usage increase from 300GB to 350GB and off-peak prices reduced from €62 to €55 and on-peak prices reduced from €67 to €59. Non-Vodafone voice customers will pay €52 and €56 per month, respectively.

The bundles include line rental, local and national calls and 200 minutes of calls to Vodafone mobiles.

Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

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