We’ve added extra capacity to our broadband and mobile networks to cope with additional demand. Maintaining your ability to reliably connect to others is our number one priority.
It’s essential to have access to correct health information. So it’s now free to call 111 on our network and you won’t use any of your data allowance when visiting the NHS website.
More than a third of public sector employees communicate using Vodafone Business systems. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak we’ve been working with our critical national infrastructure customers to:
If you don’t work from home often it can be difficult getting into the swing of it. Here are some hints and tips on keeping yourself and your team connected safely and efficiently.
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We now have 100% of Vodafone UK contact centre staff working from home so we can serve you remotely.
We have equipped the Nightingale hospitals with network coverage and boosted broadband to ensure patients and staff stay in touch with loved ones.
We have helped NHS and vulnerable customers stay in touch with free unlimited data.
We are also pleased to share we have teamed-up with Imperial College London to help them with their fight against COVID-19.
There is more, we will continue to do more to help you and your families through this.
Nick Jeffery, CEO Vodafone UK.