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UK ISP Plusnet Cuts 18Mbps Business Unlimited Broadband Price

Posted Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 (7:49 am) by Mark Jackson (Score 431)
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Internet provider Plusnet Business has cut the price of their entry-level ‘up to’ 18Mbps Unlimited Business Broadband package, which including line rental now costs £14.49 +vat per month for the first 12 months of service (£27.50 thereafter).

Subscribers will also receive unlimited usage, traffic priority (i.e. during periods of congestion traffic for VPN, Skype etc. will be prioritised by the network), a Static IP address, free 24/7 support, an included wireless router (£4.99 +vat Postage), free activation and a 12 month contract. However customers that fall outside of Plusnet’s “low cost area” (i.e. roughly the final 10% of UK premises) will pay a fair few pounds extra for the service.

The ISP also offers a no-contract option at extra cost or a 24 month term at a lower cost (i.e. drops their line rental from £12.50 +vat to £10.50). We believe this new offer, which is available via the link above, is due to run until 5th April, 2017.

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4 Responses
  1. DTMark

    I might be missing something but it doesn’t say whether it’s ADSL or VDSL. I’d assume the former.

    • Yes ADSL2+, although if the new 18Mbps VDSL2 profile gets adopted then we can see a future where ‘up to’ 18Mbps could mean either ADSL2+ or VDSL2.. at least until the ASA adopts “average speed” advertising or something like that.

  2. Simon

    They recently cut my service too, no idea why. 6 days into the fault now – still off and claiming per day whilst it’s down!

  3. adslmax Real

    It doesn’t make any sense at all, for residential it will cost more than the business one with ADSL2+ & phone.

    Home broadband (up to 17Meg) & phone from £20.00 a month in a 12 month contract £6.99 P&P applies

    Business broadband (up to 18Meg) & phone from £17.39 a month in a 12 month contract £6.99 P&P applies

    Both prices are inc VAT at 20%

    To be honest Business are much better than the Residential in my view.

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