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Fibre Optic ISP Hyperoptic Offers Free Phone Line Rental for One Year

Friday, November 21st, 2014 (4:24 pm) - Score 1,101

City-focused UK ISP Hyperoptic has announced that customers who want to bundle a fixed phone line with their ultrafast fibre optic (FTTH/B) broadband service can now take the line rental free for the first full year of service, which represents a saving of £12.50 per month (£150 total for 12 months).

The deal, which is available until Friday 28th November 2014, is valid with a choice of three broadband speeds 20Mbps (£12.50 a month), 100Mbps (£25.00 a month) or 1000Mbps (£50.00 a month). It also includes a free connection (normally £40) and free standard installation (a saving of £200) and inclusive calls to UK landlines during evenings and weekends.

All packages typically come with a 12 month contract term, free wireless router and unlimited usage. Take note that it’s also possible to take the fibre optic broadband packages as a standalone service (no phone), although for that you’ll want to take advantage of Hyperoptic’s separate half-price promotion in order to get the best value (here).

Otherwise readers that wish to benefit from the free line rental discount should visit Hyperoptic’s website and use the promotion code ISPREVIEW. Take note that Hyperoptic’s FTTH/B service is currently available in parts of selected cities across the United Kingdom, including Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Cardiff (Wales), Bristol, Reading, Glasgow, London, Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham and Nottingham (note: most of their availability still exists within London).

A spokesperson for Hyperoptic said they were making the offer in order to help all those who might be less than pleased by the recent line rental hikes from the big ISPs. We suspect that quite a few people will fall into that category.

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18 Responses
  1. Avatar adslmax says:

    Wish Plusnet ISP offer one year free line rental

    1. Avatar david says:

      AND TalkTalk lol we can wish they two greedy that’s why

  2. Avatar X66yh says:

    So presumably HO are desperate for business?

    Perhaps the offer of a FTTP line (well FTTB actually) is not so overwhelmingly enticing that people on here and other BB forums think it is to the general public at large.

    After all if you believe all you read on these forums all HO need to do is to turn up at their apartment block and they’d get 100% signing up in minutes.
    Maybe the reality is different?

    1. Avatar FibreFred says:

      ^ Exactly

      I’ve made similar comments myself in the past, laying fibre does not result in 100% customer uptake like some on hear fantasize about, even with FTTB they still struggle with the same sign up issues.

      Clearly showing again (and as I’ve said) most people do not care what the physical delivery is.

    2. Avatar Ignitionnet says:

      I know I don’t.

      I just care that I’m now running at a slower downstream speed than I had in 2009.

    3. Avatar No Clue says:

      Yes desperate for business just like BT with all their offers, vouchers and other crap.

    4. Avatar FibreFred says:

      On your early morning trolling run then ?

      Open up recent articles , insert pointless trolling comment repeat until done , mummy will be proud , look I’m policing the Internet!

    5. Avatar No Clue says:

      Yes its obviously only trolling to point out BT special offers must equate to desperate for business while it is also obviously in your messed up mind absolutely essentially useful to point out other organisations must be desperate for business if they run a special offer scheme.

      Your logic much like you attempt to insult is equally brain dead and useless.

  3. Avatar GNewton says:

    @No Clue: “Yes its obviously only trolling to point out BT special offers must equate to desperate for business…”

    At least he hasn’t resorted to using swear words like ‘bullshit’. Maybe one day he’ll understand what fibre really means.

    1. Avatar No Clue says:

      The only fibre he needs is obviously more in his diet. His brain obviously has a nutrition deficiency.

  4. Avatar dave says:

    quite worrying that they need to do this.

    1. Avatar finaldest says:

      The way I see it is that they are trying to attract new customers onto their network. How many customers would decide to stay with them once they experience a true fibre service.

      There are always opportunities available to increase market share, However the recent price hikes by the majors is a golden oppertunity hence the free line rental offer.

      I just wish I could get the service as I would jump at the opportunity.

    2. Avatar FibreFred says:

      I think the point being made is, if you listen to some people who post on here all the public wants is pure fibre and they won’t take up other services as pure fibre to the building or home is what they crave.

      So… if that was the case people would move to Hyperoptic and others at the drop of a hat.

    3. Avatar No Clue says:

      Since when did you know their take up figures?

    4. Avatar FibreFred says:

      If there take up figures were great they wouldn’t need offers like this

    5. Avatar No Clue says:

      If BTs were great they would not need their latest “Black friday” crap either…. See how that idiot logic works yet?

    6. Avatar Raindrops says:

      Oh touché 😀

  5. Avatar Piotr says:

    Get £25 off your HyperOptic order. Use this referral code: 53360453 !!!

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