Vodafone slices NBN prices

Alex Kidman 22 January 2018 NEWS

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Save up to $25 off the cost of Vodafone's NBN broadband plans.

Vodafone is still a relatively new player in the broadband space, having only launched its Vodafone NBN plans late last year, but it's already getting competitive with its pricing, announcing limited-time price cuts to its Basic, Essential+ and Premium NBN plans for customers signing up before 25 March 2018.

Vodafone's Basic 12/1 plan will see a price cut from $70 per month down to $60 per month, while its Essential+ 50/20 plan slices $25 per month off its plan cost down to $70. At that kind of price difference, Vodafone is clearly pushing the idea that you should be on a 50/20 plan rather than 12/1, and reflecting recent wholesale price cuts. For those who feel the need for speed, the top-tier Premium 100/40 plan drops $15 off the asking price down to just $95 per month.

All of Vodafone's NBN plans are offered over fixed-line connection technologies on 24-month terms. Vodafone offers a router with 4G fallback built in, so that you have connectivity as soon as it arrives, even if it takes some time to engineer your actual NBN connection. As always, your actual line speed may vary.

Vodafone has yet to reveal its typical evening speeds but previously indicated to finder that it was "working to align with ACCC guidelines".

Want to know more about Vodafone's NBN plans? Here are the full details of each available plan:

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