Vodafone Broadband | Vodafone Internet | Vodafone Mobile Internet

  • Vodafone have a good range of pay monthly mobile broadband packages from 1 to 24 months, plus ‘free’ laptop deals
  • PC protection security and backup capability with monthly contracts.

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Vodafone is one of the grandaddys of the mobile business since the very start, including it’s early venture into 3G mobile broadband: it has a good name across the board, from reliability to service, and much like its branding it relies on reputation rather than flashy bells and whistles. Vodafone claims the fastest ‘up to’ mobile internet speed currently available in the UK, at 7.2Mb, although we haven’t noticed it performing noticeably better than any other mobile broadband products we’ve tested. It is also pretty much the only choice right now for overseas mobile broadband data deals, although it is still expensive.

Vodafone is the only British owned mobile broadband UK network: it has operations in more than 20 countries and is in fact the biggest mobile network company in the world (by turnover). Launched in 1985, it was one of the UK’s original two mobile networks (alongside BT Cellnet, now O2). Vodafone helped pioneered mobile broadband, launching mobile broadband for business customers in 2004 and for consumers shortly afterwards. October 2008 saw the first of its so-called ‘free’ laptop deals, throwing in a Dell laptop and dongle on a long term mobile internet contract. It launched ‘top up and go’ in December 2008.

Vodafone announced a network infrastructure collaboration with O2 in March 2009 – the biggest deal of its kind in the world to date. The two mobile internet providers will build future mobile sites together, as well as merging existing ones, aiming to improve coverage, future-proof their network and of course cut costs.