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UK ISP Zen Internet to Significantly Boost Broadband Usage Allowances

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 (6:44 pm) - Score 1,233
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Customers of popular ISP Zen Internet, specifically those on the standard broadband (ADSL2+) packages, will be pleased to learn that their monthly data usage allowances are about to receive a significant boost and all at no extra cost. Happy Christmas.

According to Thinkbroadband, a newsletter published by the provider reveals that all of Zen’s ADSL2+ products will soon be seeing their data usage allowances more than doubled. The change itself will become effective from 1st December 2013.

Zen’s New Usage Allowances (inc. VAT Prices)

Zen Lite – £18.37 per month (Current: 20GB / New: 50GB)

Zen Active – £25.52 per month (Current: 100GB / New: 200GB)

Zen Pro – £35.74 per month (Current: 200GB / New: 500GB)

Zen Office – £54 per month (Current: 400GB / New: 1000GB)

Zen Office Max – £94.80 per month (Current: 1000GB / New: UNLIMITED)

The new enhancements are most likely linked to the on-going improvements that Zen have been making as part of their wider £3.5 million core infrastructure investment (here), which recently resulted in the launch of several new and quite affordably priced “Truly Unlimited” superfast broadband (FTTC) products (here).

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Mark says:

    I’m on zen fibre active so does this mean my allowance will double?

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Not as part of the above changes, at least not that we’re aware of.. yet, but they do have new “fibre” packages now so you should perhaps give them a call to discuss moving to one of the unlimited options.

  2. Avatar Mark says:

    I took out the 24 month contract with free installation so to take the unlimited downloads I would have had to extend my contract for another 1 year. I will be a bit miffed if they give the adsl customers a free upgrade and not the fttc customers.

  3. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

    .. and that’s why we always recommend avoiding extremely long 24 month contracts, although obviously that doesn’t help your situation. I can only suggest that you call them and ask if they can be more flexible.

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