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UK ISP PlusNet Cuts Unlimited Broadband and Calls Price to GBP2.75

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 (11:10 am) - Score 853
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PlusNet has cut the cost of its ‘up to’ 16Mbps unlimited standard broadband and free weekend calls package to just £2.75 a month for the first 12 months of service (£9.99 thereafter) and their Unlimited Fibre Broadband (up to 76Mbps) has also dropped to £12.75 for the first 4 months (£19.99 thereafter).

The move, which could be seen as a response to TalkTalk’s recently introduced £2.50 Simply Broadband package, requires new customers to take either a 12 month contract with the standard broadband service or an 18 month term for “fibre” (FTTC).

As usual both packages include free activation but this is only free on “fibre” when you also take their home phone product (Line Rental), which adds from the equivalent of £10.99 a month to your bill (i.e. when paying for 12 months in advance or £14.50 a month as standard).

Unlimited Broadband and calls
* Typical download speeds of up to 16Mbps
* Truly unlimited usage
* Free wireless router
* Free weekend calls to UK landlines + 0845 and 0870 numbers

MONTHLY PRICE: £2.75 per month for the first 12 months (£9.99 thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Broadband and calls
* Typical download speeds of up to 76Mbps (19.5Mbps upload)
* Truly unlimited usage
* Free wireless router
* Free weekend calls to UK landlines + 0845 and 0870 numbers

MONTHLY PRICE: £12.75 per month for the first 4 months (£19.99 thereafter)

Take note that Anytime Calls can also be added for an extra +£5 per month (this includes 25% off top international call destinations) or +£7 per month if you include 300 anytime minutes to the top 35 international destinations. Sadly customers who live in the last 10% or so of the United Kingdom’s predominantly rural areas (i.e. Ofcom’s Market 1 definition) should expect to pay a lot more for the service.

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