If you were using Vodafone’s fixed-line broadband, expect to be migrated to PlusNet, as the former decided to eliminate its home internet services for good.
As many of you may recall, Vodafone erased the service from its website, despite speculations that the mobile operator was looking into revamping the product.
Due to lack of publicity as well as fierce competitors setting new standards by the hour, the company decided to leave its home broadband service overboard.
As a quick reminder, Vodafone was offering BT-based unlimited broadband with speeds of up to 8Mbps bundled with line rental and calls for £25.
Now Vodafone’s customers will be smoothly transferred to PlusNet’s package which offers roughly the same service only with a 60GB usage cap instead of unlimited usage (where FUP applied though).
Vodafone issued a statememnt where it said:
“After assessing the whole market, we chose Plusnet as the provider that can best support Vodafone At Home customers in the future.
“Plusnet are a specialist home phone and broadband provider and offer award winning service.”
If you are using Vodafone’s At Home service, expect to be migrated from the 7th of February.