It was the first time Vodafone were eligible for inclusion on broadband and landline
Vodafone has defended its level of customer service, despite the operator topping Ofcom’s league table for home broadband and landline telephone complaints.
The network had 27 complaints per 100,000 customers for home broadband and 19 for landline in the third quarter of last year.
It was also one of the worst for pay-monthly mobile, with eight complaints for every 100,000 customers.
The number of complaints all exceeded the industry averages of 15 for home broadband, 11 for landline and four for mobile.
It was the first time that Vodafone met the criteria for inclusion on broadband and landline.
In a statement, a Vodafone spokesperson said: “With these high levels of growth, we have, however, unfortunately seen some issues with the signing-on process and this is reflected in the complaints data.”
Vodafone says it remains focused on offering its customers a great- value service.
“Last year, we were the first to offer a guarantee on the speeds to your router or money off until it’s fixed,” said Vodafone.
In comparison, EE and Sky were two of the best performers across the three categories, ranking below the industry average for all of them.
Tesco Mobile was the least complained-about pay-monthly mobile service, with one complaint per 100,000 customers.
The report was conducted by Ofcom between July and September last year.