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ISP Direct Save Telecom Launch Low Cost 38Mbps FTTC Broadband Service

Monday, December 1st, 2014 (1:00 pm) - Score 713
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Budget Internet and phone provider Direct Save Telecom has introduced a cheaper entry-level unlimited “Fibre Broadband” (FTTC) package, which includes the first three months free of charge and then customers pay £14.75 per month (plus a one off set-up fee payment of £24.95).

The service also requires subscribers to take DST’s Phone Line Rental at £16.75 per month, although a discount can be had if you pre-pay line rental for a year in advance (i.e. £132 total or £11 per month equivalent).

Otherwise the package includes an unlimited usage allowance, download speeds of up to 38Mbps, an 18 month contract, a free wireless router (note: £8.95 postage charge) and free UK weekend calls.

Stavros Tsolakis, CEO of Direct Save Telecom, said:

We are delighted to be launching our new low-cost fibre broadband deal, which now means we are one of the cheapest providers of fibre broadband in the UK. We are now up there with TalkTalk and Plusnet in offering the lowest-costing fibre deals, and are way ahead of the likes of BT, Sky and Virgin. This launch gives consumers more choice and makes Direct Save Telecom a real player in the fibre market.”

Previously DST’s FTTC packages started at £19.95 per month and applied a £39.95 setup fee, although it should be noted that this was for speeds of up to 76Mbps (19Mbps upload). Sadly the faster 76Mbps package doesn’t appear to show on their website anymore.

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  1. Avatar David

    still not value for money due as TT vdsl is only £5 pm and there rip off line rental is £16.70 and speeds arnt that great either with the shambles of vdsl superfast in my case super slow

  2. Avatar david

    hmmm doesn’t like the truth of such a poor deal with vdsl run by BT cowboys and there over hyped superfast rubbish

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