The operator is offering four high-speed internet options – 200Mbps, 120Mbps, 60Mbps and 30Mbps, including flat-rate calls to landline phones and 60 minutes of calls to mobiles, along with a range of mobile options ranging from 200 minutes of voice and data packages ranging from 1GB to 4GB a month.
TV services will be available for both fibre and VDSL customers, using the Vodafone TV brand from now on for fibre customers, and Vodafone Box for VDSL customers. Vodafone has also confirmed that the offering will be based on Ono’s TiVo platform.
In addition to TiVo functionality, including the ability to record up to three channels at a time, get personalised recommendations, view internet content including YouTube and access VoD services, Vodafone is offering three packages henceforth. These are Vodafone TV Esencial, with 70 basic channels, Vodafone TV Extra, with over 100 channels, and Vodafone TV Total with 120 channels. Other premium offerings, such as Canal+ Liga are offered on top.
Vodafone’s multiscreen offering, Vodafone TV Online, will be available on up to five mobile devices for each customer.
Customers who take Vodafone One will be give Vodafone TV Escencial free of charge until the end of December. Customers who opt for the 4GB,mobile data bundle will also receive Vodafone TV extra until the end of the year.
Vodafone One customers will also have access to Vodafone’s public WiFi network.
The company is offering a single mobile option, with the ability to sign up for up to four additional mobile lines for €9 per month per line.
Vodafone has also rebranded its fibre broadband services as Fibra Ono, maintaining the Ono brand from the cable operator it acquired last year. The high-speed network is to be extended to Gijón and Oviedo in Asturias, and Badajoz, Cáceres and Mérida in Extramadura shortly. Later this year, coverage will extended in Bilbao, Irun Vitoria and San Sebastián in the Basque Country and La Coruna, Ferrol, Orense, Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra and Vigo in Galicia.