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Ultrafast ISP Wessex Internet Cuts Prices and Boosts Data Allowances

Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2015 (11:34 am) - Score 689

Rural ISP Wessex Internet (M12 Solutions), which deploys superfast wireless broadband (50Mbps) and some ultrafast (up to 1000Mbps) fibre optic services to premises in parts of North Dorset and South West Wiltshire (England), has reduced some of their charges and boosted usage allowances.

Apparently all new and existing customers will benefit from the “largest changes in [our] history“, which will give users bigger data allowances, lower out of bundle data charges, unlimited off-peak usage, on-site servicing for no extra charge and a FREE router upgrade (RSP £100).

Wessex Internet’s Changes

• At least 50% more data for FREE for every package. This huge free increase in the monthly data allowance means customers can now enjoy Wessex Internet’s award winning, superfast service even more. What’s more, for both the Family+ and Home Worker packages, then they are giving a massive 75% increase!

• Lower out of bundle data charges for Family, Family+ and Home Worker packages. Should customers exceed their monthly data transfer, Wessex Internet’s out of bundle usage charges have decreased by up to 50%. The low contention and consistency of the network is down to careful management of customer traffic, something that is not possible with ‘truly unlimited data’.

• Unlimited data in off-peak periods for Family+ and Home Worker packages. Need to backup large amounts of files overnight or are a night owl? Wessex Internet are now giving customers free off peak unlimited data.

•On-site servicing for no extra charge, separate line rental now includes on-site support for no extra charge. Wessex Internet are separating their ‘line rental’ from their broadband charge, and there’s no hidden price increase. This will make it easier for new customers to compare their prices to the competition, plus Wessex are now including free on-site support for the radio/fibre equipment they supply to customers.

• FREE router upgrade (RSP £100) when signing up to a 24 month contract, and only £40 when signing up to 12 months. The dual-band Asus RT-N56U router, with Gigabit Ethernet ports, is a great upgrade choice for customers on the single-band TP-Link or Netgear routers that were previously supplied. Wi-Fi coverage may improve slightly as well.

Just to clarify, all the package prices remain the same and in fact some customers will have lower charges as a result of these changes. But existing customers do apparently need to request to be switched and upgraded to benefit from all this.

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Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on X (Twitter), Mastodon, Facebook and .
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