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Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 (1:01 pm) - Score 1,679

Tesco has once again cut the cost of their fixed line home broadband and phone bundles by offering the service free for the first 12 months, albeit only if you are one of their mobile subscribers. The standard price has also been cut to just £2 a month for non-Mobile users.

As usual customers will need to take out Tesco’s Phone Line Rental service from £14.90 per month and anybody wanting the AnyTime Calls upgrade will need to pay an extra £4.50 per month on top of that.

A Tesco Spokesperson said:

Slashing our broadband prices again this year means that for just £2 a month British families can download music, play games online and stream films to their hearts’ content. It is our way of rewarding Tesco customers and we hope it goes some way to lightening the financial load.”

Tescos Broadband with Inclusive Evening and Weekend Calls
* Up to 14Mbps “Typical” download speeds (20Mbps max)
* Unlimited downloads (FUP)
* Earn extra Clubcard points on every bill
* UK call centre
* Inclusive Technicolor 582N Pro Wireless Router
* Inclusive UK landline evening & weekend calls (includes calls to 0845/0870)
* 12 month contract
* FREE setup (£40 if you take the 1 month contract option)
* Optional Tesco Internet Security for £2 extra per month

PRICE for Tesco Mobile Users: FREE for 12 months (£6 thereafter)
PRICE for non-Tesco Mobile Users: £2 a month for 12 months (£6 thereafter)

The new offer is only available to those covered by Tesco’s unbundled (LLU) C&W based network, which covers most of the country. On top of that Tesco Mobile customers that want to benefit from the 12 months free service deal must also quote a valid Tesco Mobile number and state the promotion code “MOBFREE4” (without speech marks) on registration. Just take note of their “unlimited” FUP.

Tescos’ Unlimited FUP Quote:

We regularly monitor and review our customer’s collective and average monthly usage to set our fair usage limit (FUL) at a level that will not affect the majority (at least 95%) of our customers. Currently the FUL is set at 100GB per month. If a customer regularly downloads in excess of the FUL, we may take the following steps:

1. When we first notice that a customer has exceeded the FUL, we may contact the customer to bring the matter to their attention. We will ask the customer to modify their usage.

2. If the customer does not modify their usage but continues to exceed the FUL for a further two consecutive months, we may terminate the customer’s service.”

In addition Tesco’s Happiness Promise means that unhappy customers can leave the service, without penalty, within the first 3 months.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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