The RPI is a widely recognised measure of the UK’s general level of inflation and is used by many industries as a guide on whether to adjust prices, and by how much.
Business plans use the RPI figure set in January, and apply the change in April each year.
The RPI figure published in January 2019 is 2.7%.
If you’re on an existing Business plan purchased before 5 June 2016, it'll still be covered by our Fixed Price Promise, so you won’t see any RPI adjustment.
Why is Vodafone increasing all their Business plans by 2.7%?
In line with the annual RPI Price increase we are adjusting all our Business price plans with an increase of 2.7%.
I've already been notified of a change taking place from 1 April 2019. Will I get another price change in May?
If you're part of the 1 April 2019 change, you won't be included in the price rise from 1 May 2019.
How does this impact my business?
From the 1 May 2019, affected plans will be subject to the new pricing.
When will the price change impact me?
Pricing will change from 1 May 2019. As a result, your first bill after 1 May 2019 will see the 2.7% increase.
How often will Vodafone increase their prices?
Every year Vodafone, alongside many across the wider industry, adjusts the pricing for their consumer and small business plans in line with the annual RPI level. To date Vodafone has not made this change to plans outside of Consumer and Small Business. From 2019 onwards the price adjustment will effect all price plans.