UK based mobile operator, Vodafone says it’s fiber optic broadband services are available in around 22 million premises in the country. It was only two months before that the operator announced the launch of fiber optic broadband services to its mobile subscribers. Vodafone had extended its broadband services to non-mobile subscribers in UK starting from this Autumn season.
Vodafone fiber optic broadband services will provide new level of user experience to the subscribers. Apart from faster access to the internet services, fiber optic broadband will give access to high bandwidth demanding applications such as online gaming, video streaming etc. Currently, thousands of applications are developed world over that requires high speed high bandwidth broadband services. Fiber optic broadband is the only available solution to meet such bandwidth demanding applications.
High speed broadband services are available to both existing and new customers of Vodafone across the Kingdom. If Vodafone Connect is available in the area, subscribers can get up to 17 Mbps ADSL for 10 GBP per month, up to 38 Mbps for 20 GBP and up to 76 Mbps for 25 GBP per month.
Vodafone wraps their fiber optic broadband offers in packages to attract subscribers. When customers sign-up to the fiber optic broadband service, they also get access to a year’s free Netflix subscription. Vodafone believes, it’s promotions like this that will make it a popular choice for consumers. Vodafone Red subscribers will be entitled to inclusive calls anytime to United Kingdom landlines, plus 300 free minutes to United Kingdom mobile numbers.
Vodafone’s Boost option allows customers to prioritize one device on their home networks over the others, while Beam focuses the WiFi signal to compatible devices.
Vodafone customers can control their home broadband from their smartphones and tablets. The operator also has plans to launch a TV service later this year. Using the router’s Boost technology, customers can improve the performance of any device by prioritizing it on the network. This ensures subscribers receive accurate information on the availability of providers and packages in their area.