It’s essential that people have access to the right health information. That’s why we’ve enabled all our mobile customers, whatever their payment plan, to access certain NHS websites – like www.nhs.uk and www.111.nhs.uk – without using any of their data allowance.
We’ve added extra capacity to our broadband and mobile networks to put them in the best possible position to cope with any extra demand as more people work from home. That, along with the billions we’ve invested in the last five years, means that they’re strong and robust. We’ve made them the best they can be and as reliable as possible for you.
As the country struggles with the spread of coronavirus, Anne Sheehan, Director, Vodafone Business UK, talks about the full range of support services Vodafone can offer its business and public sector customers.
Vodafone UK offers better payment terms for small businesses
As Vodafone Group announces a five-point plan to reassure customers, businesses and governments of its business continuity plans during the Coronavirus crisis, Nick Jeffery, CEO, Vodafone UK, sheds more light on the extra measures the company is taking in the UK.
There are a number of things that you can do thanks to our network that’ll keep you connected to your loved ones, like setting up WiFi calling, making conference calls, calling friends and family abroad, and more.
Here are some useful links and tips that’ll help you get the most out of your phone to stay connected.
If you’re using a Vodafone Home Broadband connection to work at home, know that we continually monitor your line and optimise the performance to make sure you’re getting the strongest Wi Fi signal possible.
Here’s some information on what you can do to make your home broadband work best.
There are multiple ways you can top up your phone if you can’t get into a store. Plus, we offer a range of services that’ll let you keep on top of your balance and give you options in case you run out of credit.
We want to make sure that you can stay connected if you’re on one of our flexible Pay as you go plans.
Helping your family live a happy and safe digital life
More time at home could mean more time spent in front of a screen. Team up as a family to learn about the latest digital wellbeing trends and set good digital habits by taking the Digital Parenting Pledge today.
We’ll contact you to let you know if your order or repair is impacted, and we’ll find the most appropriate solution for your order or repair to be completed.
Our main priority during this time is keeping the UK connected. If you want to find out more information on how we can support you during financial difficulties, please see here: https://vodafone.uk/Advice
If you're unable to pay your bill on time, you can contact us on 56677 to set up a promise to pay, or to review one previously set up.
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A message from Nick Jeffery, CEO Vodafone UK
These are difficult and worrying times due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), and I wanted to personally take this opportunity to assure you, our customer, that my number one priority is to maintain the reliability and capacity of our network at all times for you, your families, and your business.
Over the years we have invested heavily in building and maintaining our network, and it’s the strongest it’s ever been and we are constantly optimising and strengthening the network to ensure everything runs as smooth as possible.
We are committed to keeping you connected, and you can rely on us.