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UK ISP PlusNet Cuts Superfast Unlimited Fibre Broadband Prices

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 (10:01 am) - Score 1,645

Low cost ISP PlusNet has decided to launch some new year discounts early by cutting the price of their top two “Unlimited Fibre” (FTTC) superfast broadband packages, which now start at just £3.75 per month for speeds of ‘up to’ 38Mbps and £8.75 per month for their 76Mbps service (first six months).

As usual the promotion also requires new customers to take out PlusNet’s Phone Line Rental, which costs from £12.99 per month when pre-paid for one year in advance or £15.95 as a standard monthly charge. Anytime UK calls can also be added for an extra £5 per month and for another £2 on top of that you can have 300 Anytime minutes to the ISPs top 35 international destination.

Unlimited Fibre
* Download speeds of up to 38Mbps
* Upload speeds of up to 19.5Mbps
* Truly unlimited usage
* Free wireless router
* Free activation
* McAfee powered internet security
* FREE UK Evening and Weekend Calls (inc. 0870/0845 calls)
* 18 month contract

PRICE: £3.75 per month for the first 6 months (£14.99 per month thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Extra
* As above except..
* Download speeds of up to 76Mbps

PRICE: £8.75 per month for the first 6 months (£19.99 per month thereafter)

The new offers are available until 17th February 2015, although it should be said that the basic 38Mbps Unlimited Fibre package was recently offered with 6 months free service and so technically the new discount is not an improvement. However the 76Mbps Fibre Extra deal hasn’t been discounted for a while and so those able to benefit should now find the deal to be a bit more attractive.

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16 Responses
  1. adslmax says:

    Only for new customer!

  2. David says:

    still not exactly brilliant due ton fibre is crap!!! its a farce woulnt recommend the junk

    1. Rusty says:

      What would you recommend instead?

    2. David says:

      depends what you want rusty but better off sticking with adsl2+ suppose to be quote “superfast” not much better than adsl2+

    3. Tom says:

      Speak for yourself.. adsl2+ for me gave 3.5mbps.
      BT FTTC = 70mbps and far more stable.

      Certainly not crap in my case.

    4. FibreFred says:

      Same here, obviously if its crap for him its crap for everyone

    5. Ignitionnet says:

      ADSL2+ – 1.3Mb. FTTC – 50-60Mb.

    6. Rusty says:

      My ADSL speed was 2.5Mb download before I jumped ship to Virgin 50Mb package. They were my only alternative because I am on an exchange only line in South London with an estimated line length of 4km. If they decided to plonk a VDSL cabinet in my neighbourhood I would expect a far superior experience and would jump on it, especially with some of the deals I see on FTTC.

  3. David says:

    Fibrefred did I say it was crap for everyone NO !!! plus Tom it depends what area your in and it is crap in certain areas so best off looking into the superfast tripe before going with it .

    1. Kevin says:

      It was a bit of a sweeping statement you came out with.

    2. david says:

      I still think its 1970,s tripe and lucky for some who can get 70 odd meg some people only can get upto 38 and yet still don’t get that either because BT wont spend they rather bodge the wiring .

    3. David2 says:

      You pretty much said, and repeated that it’s crap for everyone.

      I’ve had fttc in two different cities and it’s had very close to maximum speed at both.

    4. david says:

      david2 where do I mention its crap for everyone you.s surmise im saying that but I think you.s are wrong and yes its crap so you must be a lucky one getting the speeds your quoted end of the day they mis selling a product what they tell there customers estimate this and that and when they get you in contract you get not was stated when joined .

  4. Enki says:

    ADSL2+=6.0mbps/FTTC=76.0mbps,Happy days!

  5. adslmax says:

    ADSL2+ 14Mbps now on FTTC 74Mbps so FTTC is far better than ADSL2+

  6. BetterThanMax says:

    ADSL was good to me (20mbps), But FTTC? Over the moon! i get better than the upto 76mbps!
    See for yourself – B1 2LF (79.9MBPS!)

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