So was having a read up on this on the site earlier today, and it really got me baffled - I ran a check on my new address and it told me that i'll be eligible for the 55mbps package based on line speeds and what not, which is fine. According to the BT wholesale checker i'm on a 62/13 line at the moment in my current house and only achieving 47mbps on a shorter line distance than my new one. So how can Vodafone guarantee this speed or your get some of your money back, surely they wouldn't promise something that would leave them out of pocket for the most part?
Their broadband is definitely some of the cheapest i've seen at £28 a month already, yet they're happy to give out a 15% discount if you don't obtain that speed? Are they using something BT et al aren't to ensure that they can get customers to this 55mbps speed, or is it just a marketing gimmick and they'll actually end up saying that the minumum speed guarantee is based on the Openreach minimum handback threshold?
Anyone who can shed some light on this, it's got me a bit baffled if i'm honest!
Edited by Nitro93 (Mon 05-Mar-18 21:03:49)