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Vodafone has recorded slight growth in take-up for its fixed broadband offering, as well as increased demand for its 4G service.

According to the company's third-quarter figures, the number of customers signing up to its broadband service has now reached 75,000, despite it only becoming nationally available last month.

According to ISPreview, many current users of the service are connected to business or LLU lines via third-party ISPs, meaning it is difficult to truly establish the extent of its growth.    

Vodafone's home broadband is also reportedly set to add a Pay TV platform, although the company claims the service will be rolled out later in the 2016 financial year.

In terms of 4G, Vodafone has added 1.3 million subscribers to its 4G service in the third quarter. This figure is indicative of strong growth for the phone giant, which is one of several companies still pushing for the separation of BT from the Openreach network.



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