Vodafone UK surpasses 525,000 broadband users

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Vodafone UK has reached an important milestone – their latest quarterly results report reveals they’ve added 46,000 fixed line broadband ISP customers to the list. In the previous quarter, they managed to add 44,000. At this point, they have more than 525,000 broadband users in total.

Lately, Vodafone UK has been seeing a lot of success and they’re planning to take it even further by installing 4G and 5G antennas for better coverage. By the end of 2024, they’re planning to install a FTTH broadband network which will effectively be laid across 37 UK cities, covering 5 million premises in total. This is all possible thanks to Cityfibre’s generous investment.

In an attempt to attract more customers, Vodafone UK is using a competitive pricing strategy. You can get:

– 35 Mbps from £20/month

– 63 Mbps from £24/month

Among other things they’re up to is extending their mobile network sharing agreement with O2. In the future, this should serve to cover 5G services and fibre optic cables.

Looking at Vodafone’s fixed service revenue, there was 7.3% in growth, and the company seems to have a strong momentum going forward.

Nick Read, CEO of Vodafone Group, commented that they’ve been able to improve the consistency of their commercial performance. The company is reporting good growth across emerging markets, with the only exception being South Africa. Reportedly, they’ve had organisational changes in the UK and are moving to a simpler operating model to accelerate their digital transformation efforts.

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