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UK ISP Direct Save Telecom Launch No-Contract Unlimited Broadband

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 (1:01 pm) - Score 977
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Budget Internet provider Direct Save Telecom has today claimed to be the “first telecom provider in the UK to launch a no-contract unlimited family broadband” package, which costs £16.95 a month but a minimum term of 28 days is still attached.

The new package, which seems to ignore ISPs like PlusNet that also offer similar one month terms alongside “unlimited” usage (though this often attracts a higher one-time setup cost), comes with a free setup, free weekend UK calls and free wireless router. However line rental must also be included for £13.75 a month.

Stavros Tsolakis, CEO of Direct Save Telecom, said:

Many families are simply not in a position today to commit to a long-term broadband package, but like everyone else they cannot function without the internet.

Our no-contract unlimited family deal is unique in the UK in two ways. It gives families the option of paying monthly for their broadband with no-commitment and also takes away the threat of running up high charges from exceeding their broadband cap. Our aim is to make broadband available and affordable to everyone and unlike other providers we offer deals which appeal to all UK broadband users no matter their circumstances or demographic.”

It should be said that this follows hot on the heels of DST’s new super-cheap broadband and phone bundle for £1.95 per month, which is largely the same as the above deal but comes attached to a lengthy 24 month contract.

At the time of writing DST’s website doesn’t appear to be showing the new package, which makes it had to reflect the actual costs without knowing all the small print.

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar DanielM

    still that 100gb limit though apparently.

  2. Avatar Adrian

    If they say it is “no-contract” that will make it a tad hard for them to sue you for not paying, or for not sticking to any supposes “terms” like 28 days notice. They can hardly sue for “breach of contract” can they 🙂

    If what they mean is “no minimum term”, AAISP have done that for decades.

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