Full fibre broadband
Go faster for less, with Full Fibre 500 from £32 a month* for 24 months. Hurry, offer ends 19 December.
*CPI plus 3.9% price increase each April. 24-month contract. Subject to credit check, acceptance and availability. Price will increase at the end of contract. Installation fee may apply.
The benefits of full fibre broadband
Speeds up to 910 Mbps† for fast downloading, gaming and streaming.
Full fibre, the UK’s most reliable broadband technology.
The latest technology, built to handle all your devices, and those still to come.
What is full fibre broadband?
Most standard broadband services use Fibre to the Cabinet (FFTC) which sends data down a fast fibre-optic cable to the cabinet in your street, and then a much slower service carries that data into your home through copper cables.
When you choose one of our full fibre plans, a Fibre to the Premises (FFTP) connection is used instead. A fibre-optic cable is installed directly in your home, so superfast broadband speeds can be achieved – up to 910 Mbps†.
Stream all your favourites
With full fibre, the whole family can stream their favourite movies on multiple devices. Plus, add our Xtra Package to your plan and get Apple TV 4K on us, so you can watch in 4K HDR with Dolby Atmos sound. Access content from your favourite apps like Netflix, Prime Video and YouTube, straight out of the box.
Do what you love, faster
Sharing bandwidth with the rest of the family? Vodafone Full Fibre offers up to 25x faster speeds than our standard broadband plans, keeping everything working at full speed - even in the busiest of homes. Our full fibre plans provide speeds of up to 100 Mbps, 500 Mbps, and 910 Mbps†.
Immerse yourself in new worlds and adventures as you enjoy the latest in HD gaming. Full fibre enables faster downloads and response times; perfect for a seamless gaming experience.
Want more games? Add our Xtra Package to any plan, giving you to access to explore Apple Arcade's variety of games.
Build a reliable home office
Create a connected home with Vodafone Full Fibre, using the latest technology for our fastest ever broadband. You’ll achieve faster speeds and a more reliable connection, while future-proofing your home.
Full fibre can handle over 100 devices at once, so you can game, surf, and stream at ease. You can also easily connect devices like a smart speaker or security system.
Vodafone Full Fibre Broadband speeds
Wondering how long it takes to download a game on our fastest full fibre broadband plans, or how many people can stream TV shows simultaneously?
We’ve compared download and upload speeds for you.
Full Fibre 100
Pro II Full Fibre 500
Pro II Full Fibre 900
Time to download a HD film (4GB)
5 minutes 20 seconds
1 minute 4 seconds
Time to download a video game (50GB)
1 hour, 6 minutes 40 seconds
13 minutes 20 seconds
7 minutes 24 seconds
Devices streaming Ultra HD Netflix at once
Time to upload files (5GB)
37 minutes 2 seconds
9 minutes 48 seconds
6 minutes 40 seconds
Time to Download a HD Film based on a 4GB show (roughly 1 hour 45 minutes in length), requiring 5Mbps to stream
Time to Download a Video Game is based on the recommended hard disk space for FIFA 22, downloaded from Origin on a PC (50GB)
Download timings are calculated by converting Mbps (Megabits per second) to MBps
(Megabytes per second). 1 Megabyte = 8 Megabits
Upload speeds are based on our Openreach products. These offer the following upload speeds, by product:
- Full Fibre 100 - upload speeds of 18Mbps
- Full Fibre 500 - upload speeds of 68Mbps
- Full Fibre 900 - upload speeds of 100Mbps
Please note, customers on our CityFibre footprint will receive faster upload speeds, that are equivalent the given download speed. Availability of these products and the download speed for your address, can be found using our availability checker: vodafone.co.uk/broadband
Number of devices streaming Ultra HD Netflix at once calculated by dividing the headline average speed, by the bandwidth requirement. Please note, these numbers are indicative and will vary.
Netflix requires bandwidth of at least 25Mbps for UHD streaming https://help.netflix.com/en/node/13444
iPlayer requires bandwidth of at least 5Mbps for HD streaming - https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/help/questions/features/hd-information
Standard Small Print:
This comparison is based on the headline average download speed of each package offered by Vodafone Broadband. 73% of customers on Full Fibre 1 receive download speeds above 35 Mbps and 61% of customers on Full Fibre 2 receive download speeds above 63 Mbps. For all other plans, Vodafone estimate a majority of customers will receive the relevant download speeds specified above. Most customers receive the average download speeds through a wired connection. Speeds depend on your location, phone line, home wiring, wi-fi connection & time of day. The comparison above is not intended to give you any advice in relation to any aspect of our services other than the speeds offered.
Frequently asked questions
Full fibre broadband (also known as FTTP which stands for ‘Fibre to the Premises’) can provide super-fast speeds. When you choose FTTP broadband, a fibre-optic cable is installed from the street cabinet right into your home, giving you better broadband speeds.
With full fibre broadband, you can experience faster internet download speeds of up to 910 Mbps†. Full fibre also benefits from faster upload speeds, which is perfect if you video call, game, or stream frequently. Depending on your connection, you can also achieve up to 910 Mbps† upload speeds.
† 910 Mbps speed is achieved by a wired connection.
FTTC stands for ‘Fibre to the Cabinet’, also referred to as standard fibre broadband. It uses older copper cables to carry internet to your home. It’s the most readily available to homes in the UK but is limited to speeds of up to 80 Mbps.
If you have an FTTC connection, broadband is carried down fibre-optic cables from your supplier to the cabinet at the end of your street. From there, copper cables carry the signal to your home.
With FTTP (also known as full fibre broadband and stands for ‘Fibre to the Premises’), the copper cable is replaced with a fibre-optic cable. This means the signal only passes along the fast fibre-optic cable, allowing for faster upload and download speeds.
You’re future proofing your home. Full fibre broadband makes it easier to upgrade if you want to at a later date, meaning faster speeds when you need them. Another benefit of FTTP is reliability; it’s more reliable than the older copper cables, meaning it’s less susceptible to faults and interference from things like bad weather.
At Vodafone, we have a range of affordable full fibre plans to suit your budget with free installation. As the UK’s largest provider of full fibre, we’re in more homes than anyone else and continuing to roll out across the country. So, if full fibre isn’t available in your area yet, we’re working on it. Discover full fibre plans
You can check with your broadband provider whether you have a FTTP or FTTC connection.
If you’re already a Vodafone Broadband customer and have a FTTP connection, your plan name will include the words ‘full fibre’, for example, ‘Full Fibre 500’. If you have a FTTC connection, you will have a Fibre 1 or Fibre 2 plan.
You can upgrade to FTTP if your area has rolled out full fibre. If you’re a new customer, you can check your coverage
If you’re an existing customer, we have a dedicated page where you can learn more and upgrade your broadband
If you can’t upgrade currently, we can notify you when full fibre is available in your area. Register your interest
Our legal terms
Broadband - General
*Monthly price will increase each April by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published in January that year, plus an additional 3.9%.
24-month contract. Subject to credit check, acceptance and availability. Installation fee may apply. Please note – your monthly price will increase after 24 months, when your in-contract discount expires, see www.vodafone.co.uk/priceguide for more details.
Save up to £168 on selected full fibre plans: Offer ends [19th December 2023]. Saving based on Full Fibre 900 (at £38 pm) on a 24-month contract vs its established price (at £45 pm).
Save up to £240 on selected Pro II plans: Offer ends [19th December 2023]. Saving based on Full Fibre 900 Pro II (at £48 pm) on a 24-month contract vs its established price (at £58pm).
Line rental: Line rental is not required with our Broadband and Home Phone services.
Vodafone Essentials Broadband Offer: Vodafone Fibre 1 Essentials plan. 12-month contract. Subject to credit check, eligibility checks, acceptance and availability. Full terms apply, see Vodafone Essentials Broadband Offer terms.
Payment: Payment is by Direct Debit. Please note that VAT is included in the advertised prices and charges where required and is applied at the UK standard rate in force unless otherwise stated.
Vodafone Together: customer can get i) a monthly discount on Home Broadband plan and ii) 30% off additional mobile airtime plans of 12 months or more, for the duration of their contracts. Additional mobile plans are Pay Monthly SIM only, Airtime or Mobile Broadband plans. Discounts can’t be used in conjunction with any other discounts. Terms, eligibility & details: www.vodafone.co.uk/broadband-sim-only-deals
Vodafone Wi-Fi Hub: We’ll provide a Vodafone Wi-Fi Hub to any new customers who take out a Vodafone Broadband and Home Phone bundle as part of your service (subject to successful Vodafone Broadband and Home Phone services availability and credit checks).
Vodafone Broadband app: Compatible Android/iOS device is required for full functionality.
Downloading third party content: A copyright owner's permission may be required for downloading protected content. Downloading protected content without the copyright owner's consent may constitute a criminal offence. Please see the Vodafone Broadband Acceptable Use Policy for more details.
Parental controls: Parental controls are currently available to all Vodafone Broadband and Home Phone customers. Parental Controls will be automatically set to off as default.
Switching: Unfortunately Virgin customers may need to contact their current provider directly in order to switch.
Vodafone Pro Broadband
Vodafone Broadband Backup: Your broadband back-up dongle is intended to give you a connection to our 4G network, when there is a total loss of service on your fixed line broadband. You will receive 100GB of data with your 4G dongle. If you run out of data, please contact our WiFi Xperts, who may add extra data as needed at no additional cost. In order to use the 4G dongle as intended, you should ensure it is plugged into your Vodafone Pro Broadband router. The 4G dongle is not a direct replacement for your fixed line broadband. As the 4G dongle connects to our mobile network, the service, speed and consistency of your connection may vary due to a number of factors, including location, coverage and demand. You must only use your dongle when you have a fault with your fixed line broadband and you must not roam with your dongle. Your use of the dongle is subject to our Vodafone Fibre Broadband/ Vodafone Fibre to the Home Broadband (as applicable) terms and conditions and the applicable terms and conditions relating to our mobile broadband products, each of which can be found at: vodafone.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.
Vodafone Super WiFi: One WiFi Booster is supplied as standard with your Vodafone router. Up to three WiFi Boosters can be provided at no additional cost if you do not receive WiFi signal and throughput speeds of at least 10 Mbps in each room of your home. Right to leave with no early termination fee if you do not get WiFi signal and throughput speeds of at least 10 Mbps in each room of your home, after installing all three WiFi Boosters and contacting us to try to resolve. To exercise right to leave, you must notify us within 30 days of receipt of your third WiFi Booster. Full terms: vodafone.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/
Vodafone WiFi Xperts: Our WiFi Xperts, Vodafone’s dedicated home broadband service team, are available over the phone 8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday (and public holidays) to assist with any technical problems you have with your broadband. The WiFi Xperts will try to resolve any technical issues you have with your broadband but they may not be able to do so in all cases. Our WiFi Xperts will not visit you at your home and will only try to resolve issues remotely, but they can arrange for an engineer to visit your home if needed. Please call 0333 304 0191 to request technical assistance from the WiFi Xperts. For any other queries, please contact us by phone 0808 040 8408 or online at www.vodafone.co.uk/contact-us/
WiFi 6E: To benefit from WiFi 6E you must have WiFi 6E capable device.
McAfee Total Protection: Offer subject to availability and McAfee’s terms and conditions. McAfee’s protection for up to 10 devices. Offer of 12 months subscription which will be automatically renewed 30-days before its expiration date, at the renewal term subscription price in effect at the time of renewal billed to the payment card we have on file. Pricing is subject to change. See https://www.mcafee.com/en-us/consumer-support/policy/legal.html#webtos for more details.
Apple TV 4K on us: You will receive your Apple TV 4K device at the same time as receiving your Vodafone Wi-Fi Hub. One Apple TV 4K per customer. If you upgrade to a Vodafone Broadband Xtra plan after 25 August 2023 but you have previously received an Apple TV 4K device from us, you will not be eligible for an additional Apple TV 4K device if you recommit to a Vodafone Broadband Xtra plan in the future. Not all content is available in 4K. 4K resolution requires 4K-capable TV. Accessing Dolby Atmos features requires Dolby Atmos–capable devices. You will own the Apple 4K TV device 14 days after activation of your Xtra Home Broadband service.
Apple TV+: 24 months subscription included with Vodafone Broadband Xtra plans. To benefit you must activate Apple TV+ by 31st August 2024.
Apple TV+ is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Apple is not a sponsor of this promotion.
Anytime Landline and Mobile calls: Applies to the first 60 minutes of UK landlines (numbers beginning 01, 02, 03) and UK mobile numbers (numbers beginning with 07) which you dial directly. Inclusive calls are to UK mobiles only (this does not include other numbers that begin with 07 such as WiFi services etc.). If you wish to avoid additional call charges you should re-dial before 60 minutes have passed. Standard call charges apply if you exceed the 60-minute call cap. Full details can be found here.
Call costs and subscription features: Details of our call costs (including a complete list of all our premium rate and international call costs and charges) are set out in our Vodafone Broadband and Home Phone Price Plan. The costs of any features or feature bundles which include a monthly subscription charge are also included in this Price Plan. Please note that any features or feature bundles must be retained for a minimum of 30 days.
Evening and weekend calls: You may purchase extra call bundles allowing calls to certain numbers at particular times of the day. This is how we define these times:
‘Daytime’ is 7am to 7pm, Monday-Friday
‘Evening’ is 7pm to 7am, Monday to Friday
'Weekend’ is all day Saturday and Sunday (midnight Friday to midnight Sunday). Please note that bank holidays are treated as normal weekends.
Anytime calls: Can be made during daytime, evening and weekend periods. Max call duration is 60 minutes – standard call charges will apply after 60 minutes.
Number Transfer: Our ability to transfer your number is subject to availability.
Promotions & Offers
Offers, promotions and discounts: Our offers and promotions are available to new Vodafone Broadband and Home Phone customers only.
Claims & Comparisons
Full Fibre available in more homes than anyone else: As independently verified by thinkbroadband.com. Results based on availability of CityFibre, Openreach, OFNL, Virgin Media as of 17 February 2023:
Broadband provider (consumer sales)
Number of premises Full Fibre (FTTP or FTTH) is available at
Vodafone is the largest Full Fibre provider in the UK with Full Fibre available to 8.8 million out of 31.3 million premises - approx. 28% UK coverage (31.3 million premises from: Ofcom, Connected Nations update: Spring 2022 (PDF, 397.4 KB) and Annex 1: Methodology (PDF, 393.8 KB) at A1.25 (PDFs directly from www.ofcom.org.uk)).
Full Fibre is the UK’s most reliable broadband technology: Ofcom UK Home Broadband Performance Report October 2022
The UK’s fastest WiFi technology: UK’s fastest WiFi technology: vs. major providers offering comparable plans (WiFi router & boosters). Speeds depend on time, location, phone line, home wiring, equipment meeting min. specs & WiFi connection. Other factors impacts speeds, including; home layout, devices connected & other environmental influences. Verify at: vodafone.co.uk/broadband.
WiFi Speeds may vary significantly by location and are dependent on equipment meeting minimum specifications, being fully functional and working at full speed. Wireless equipment range can vary according to the layout of your home. Other factors can also impact internet speeds, including; the number of people using the internet, level of use of the internet and other environmental and technological influences.
Up to 25x faster: than the average download speed of our standard broadband: Fibre 1 (35Mbps) vs. Pro Full Fibre 900 (910Mbps)
Average speed claim: 73% of customers on Fibre 1 receive download speeds above 35 Mbps and 61% of customer on Fibre 2 receive download speeds above 63 Mbps. For all other plans, we estimate a majority of customers will receive the relevant download speeds specified above. We base our average speeds on sync speed (the speed of your line from the street cabinet or telephone exchange to your router). Speeds may vary significantly by location and are dependent on all equipment meeting minimum specifications, being fully functional and working at full speed. The range of wireless equipment can vary according to the layout of your home. Other factors can also impact internet speeds, such as distance of your home from the network exchange, the number of people using the internet, the level of use of the internet and other environmental and technological influences.
**900Mbps average download speeds when using a wired connection.
Average time to change broadband provider: According to Ofcom’s Communications Report 2019 (PDF, 2.9MB), it took on average 11 days for a consumer to switch broadband provider.
Save vs. BT: Vodafone’s Full Fibre broadband plans vs. BT’s publicly available pricing for comparable new customer 24-month broadband plans as of 26.05.23. All price comparisons exclude new line installation costs and any additional reward cards. Vodafone is the largest Full Fibre provider in the UK with Full Fibre available to 8.8 million out of 31.3 million premises (approx. 28% UK coverage).
Vodafone product name
In Contract Price (a month)
BT product name
In contract Price (P/M)
24-month savings Vodafone vs. BT
Pro II Full Fibre 100
Full Fibre 100 with Halo 3+
£79.99 (+£9.99 p&p)
Pro II Full Fibre 500
Full Fibre 500 with Halo 3+
£84.99 (+£9.99 p&p)
Pro II Full Fibre 900
Full Fibre 900 with Halo 3+
£90.99 (+£9.99 p&p)
uSwitch award: As awarded by uSwitch in February 2019. uSwitch Broadband and Mobile Award winners are decided by customer satisfaction research and uSwitch’s team of judges, composed of industry experts and technology journalists. For more information about the awards, please visit uSwitch
Broadband Genie award: As awarded by Broadband Genie in March 2019. Broadband Genie’s Home Broadband Survey gathers the opinions of thousands of UK broadband users. For more information about the award, please visit Broadband Genie
Highly Commended uSwitch awards: Highly commended in ‘Fastest Broadband Provider’ category and ‘Best Value Broadband Provider’ category at the uSwitch Broadband & Mobile Awards 2021. Awards bestowed based on consumer surveys, an expert panel of judges, as well as independent speed test data.