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UK ISP PlusNet Business Reintroduces Half Price Broadband Offer

Monday, January 6th, 2014 (1:20 pm) - Score 446

PlusNet Business has cut the monthly rental cost of its standalone broadband packages and bundles in half for the first six months of service, which is only available to new customers.

The promotion, which runs until the 13th March 2014, requires subscribers to take out a 24 month contract. Meanwhile those who also bundle in basic Line Rental from an extra £10.50 +vat will save an additional -£1 off the broadband prices listed below.

Each package also includes a free wireless router (£5.99 delivery charge), UK-based customer support, email addresses, a free .co.uk domain, 250MB or more of web space and the option of having a Static IP address.

Nick Silverwood, Plusnets Head of Business, said:

Plusnet Business packages are perfect for small businesses and we are delighted to be able to offer 6 months half price broadband. We pride ourselves in offering great value business broadband and it is even more important when so many SME’s will be looking to make cost savings at this time of the year.”

Business Broadband
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps (Typical)
* 25GB usage allowance (unlimited overnight usage)

Price: £5 +vat half price for 6 months (£10 thereafter)

Unlimited Business Broadband
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps (Typical)
* Unlimited usage allowance

Price: £7.50 +vat half price for 6 months (£15 thereafter)

Business Fibre
* Download speeds of up to 76Mbps (Typical)
* 50GB usage allowance (unlimited overnight usage)

Price: £12.50 +vat half price for 6 months (£25 thereafter)

Unlimited Business Fibre
* Download speeds of up to 76Mbps (Typical)
* Unlimited usage allowance

Price: £17.50 +vat half price for 6 months (£35 thereafter)

Customers that wish to take advantage of this offer are advised to quote the promotional code “biz6” during sign-up. Take note that the service might be a few pounds more expensive if you live in the last 10% or so of remote UK rural areas (i.e. Ofcom’s Market 1 zone).

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  1. bob

    Just a typo : Unlimited should read (£35 thereafter) not £17.50

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