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Internet and TV from Vodafone at unbeatable prices, with free benefits at choice

  • The “Home Deal” package available for 9.9 euro/ month for customers who choose exclusively fixed services or 7.9 euro/ month for mobile services subscribers offers users any two benefits from a list of four, free of charge
  • Customers who want the complete experience with all 4 extra options can choose “All inclusive” package with free HBO and HBO GO, for 24 months, for the promotional price of 14.9 euro/ month if they want only fixed services, respectively 12.9 euro/ month for existing mobile service subscribers

For the first time on the Romanian telecommunications market, Vodafone launches a new simplified and flexible offer of fixed internet and television services, giving users the option to add free extra benefits, at their choice and according to their preferences, while also having more clarity in regards to package content and associated costs. The offer is available from September 1 to October 31 2021.

The Home Deal package includes 500 Mbps Internet and access to 157 TV channels (Sport option included). To this package, customers can add, depending on their preferences and at no additional cost, two of the following four extra benefits: HBO and HBO GO free for 12 months, Vodafone TV with video on demand options and 4K channels, 40 TV channels or a portable Wi-Fi mini-router (internet back-up). The package is available for 9.9 euro/ month for customers who choose exclusively fixed services or 7.9 euro/ month for users who also benefit from mobile services.

For customers who want all the four benefits, Vodafone has launched the All Inclusive package with free HBO and HBO GO for 24 months, for the promotional price of 14.9 euros/ month for customers who want only fixed services, and 12.9 euros/ month for existing mobile service subscribers.

„When we design our commercial offers, in addition to quality, state-of-the-art services, we want to offer our customers relevant and attractive benefits and service packages that best meet their consumption habits and desires, but also transparency and flexibility to choose what fits best their needs. The new commercial offer is significantly simplified and gives customers the opportunity to configure their package of fixed services by adding extra benefits at their choice, fast and easily. Through this offer, we provide our customers access to best quality fixed internet services, but also to the most diverse package of TV channels and video on demand content in Romania at unbeatable prices, from only 7.9 euros/ month “, said Nedim Baytorun, Consumer Business Director, Vodafone Romania.

 

Vodafone TV – content for everyone, with the largest number of TV channels

 

The Vodafone TV service is based on a platform that includes a 4K STB, unique on the Romanian market, which combines interactivity, streaming applications and digital cable. With Vodafone TV, users can enjoy the richest content offering, which includes the widest linear TV grid, up to 200 channels in SD, HD and 4K format, as well as the largest video on demand collection, with thousands of hours of quality content and all HBO GO content in a dedicated section that provides access to HBO productions – original series, movies, documentaries, local productions, but also series, movies and children programs from other premium content providers.

 

Vodafone Supernet Fiber – top quality fixed internet

 

Vodafone Romania is constantly investing in the expansion of its fixed Internet, television and telephony network and in improving the quality of the services offered. Supernet Fiber from Vodafone offers internet speeds of up to 1Gbps, a stable connection and the best Wi-Fi experience in Romania through the Super Wi-Fi router.

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