ADSL stands for 'Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line', and it uses the copper network from Chorus. ADSL is ideal for basic internet activities like web browsing, email and online banking.
VDSL is faster than ADSL, but not as fast as Fibre. VDSL lets you enjoy better HD video streaming and sharper online video chats, when compared to ADSL.
Fibre broadband is faster than ADSL and faster than VDSL. Fibre broadband delivers your data over fibre optic cables, much faster than other technologies.
Ultrafast HFC is faster than ADSL and VDSL. Ultrafast HFC is a Vodafone's hybrid fibre coaxial network, that uses world-leading DOCSIS 3.1 technology for high speed data.
Wireless Broadband is super fast broadband, delivered over our 4G mobile network. The modem comes with a SIM card pre installed, making it very easy to set up.