Vodafone Broadband Review

Vodafone New Zealand is one of New Zealand’s leading telco companies. It is owned by New Zealand-based Infratil and Canada-based Brookfield Asset Management. It’s part of the Vodafone Group, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies. In NZ, Vodafone offers mobile, broadband and its streaming TV box, Vodafone TV.




Vodafone offers a range of fixed and wireless broadband plans:

Unlimited Broadband

$79/month – 100mbps/20mbps

$99/month – 900mbps/20mbps

Vodafone offers a free modem ($14.95 delivery charge) and free connection on its 12- and 24-month contracts.

Superfast 4G Wireless

$65/month – Unlimited


  • $10/month discount if you already have a Vodafone pay monthly phone plan
  • Vodafone’s rewards scheme
  • Occasional offers, such as joining credits
  • SuperWifi, wall-to-wall wi-fi guaranteed or get a $100 account credit

How does Vodafone broadband compare?

Cheapest Broadband Plans

All plans are for 100mbps/20mbps with no home phone line. Unless indicated as an extra, all include a router, although a $15 one-off delivery fee can apply. It’s worth noting that most deals also include early termination fees, should you break your contract early.

Broadband provider

Unlimited Broadband Deal
$ Per Month



(special offer: 6 months free
on 12-month contract)







Stuff Fibre









$85 (+$120 router)



Nova Energy





$94 (2-year contract)

* $15 one-off modem delivery fee / **Only available as part of a power bundle (Prices correct as of 20/10/21)

What’s the deal with a Vodafone broadband?

As one of the biggest players in the broadband market, Vodafone’s broadband deals are an attractive option. And if you already have a Vodafone pay monthly phone plan, you’ll save an extra $10 per month!

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