Vodafone better offers?

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Been with Vodafone for about a year now, and I just noticed the same 200mbps is £30, whilst I am paying £34.50. Doesn't sound like much but I always think yearly I could save £50 or so.

Does anyone have any idea how to get Vodafone to match their current price? I am going to call them up eventually but I know it takes ages to get through to them so wanted to ask here first to see if anyone has been able to lower their monthly payments by requesting the same offer.

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  • Neil_Jones
    Neil_Jones Posts: 8,946 Forumite
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    Find another provider who will do it for a better price as a new customer deal.
    Go back to Vodafone with that information and say Provider X can do this for <whatever> a month, I'd rather stay with you, what can you do for me.
  • littleboo
    littleboo Posts: 1,513 Forumite
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    are you still in a minimum contract term?
  • JSmithy45AD
    JSmithy45AD Posts: 439 Forumite
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    edited 20 October 2022 at 9:37AM
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    MCNAV said:
    Been with Vodafone for about a year now, and I just noticed the same 200mbps is £30, whilst I am paying £34.50. Doesn't sound like much but I always think yearly I could save £50 or so.

    Does anyone have any idea how to get Vodafone to match their current price? I am going to call them up eventually but I know it takes ages to get through to them so wanted to ask here first to see if anyone has been able to lower their monthly payments by requesting the same offer.
    As far as I can see all Vodafone contracts are for 24 months so the short answer is that you can't. Why would they in fact willingly lose money mid contract?
  • matelodave
    matelodave Posts: 8,622 Forumite
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    If you signed up for a 24 month contract then I'm sure VF would release you from it on payment of the early termination fee, which is usually the cost of the remaining contract - have a look at the T&C's for your contract. However there's no harm in asking.

    That why they make the contracts 24 months long and include the RPI+3.9% uplift in April to ensure that people dont flit from one to another. You can get shorter term contracts with other suppliers but they are often much more expensive
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