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ISP Hyperoptic Add No Contract Option to 1Gbps FTTP Home Broadband

Monday, Jul 6th, 2015 (9:57 am) - Score 1,349

Pure fibre optic ISP Hyperoptic, which offers home broadband speeds of up to 1000Mbps across growing parts of several major UK cities (particularly London), has introduced a “no contract” option for new customers who take one of their unlimited usage Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) based packages.

At present the provider, which tends to focus on connecting large apartment blocks (i.e. those with at least 50 units) and some businesses, is available to well over 100,000 premises in parts of London, Cardiff, Bristol, Reading, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle and Nottingham.

Most of Hyperoptic’s front-line packages tend to come with a 12 month contract term, but not everybody likes those and so they’ve decided to introduce a new range of packages that won’t tie you into a long contract term.

Dana Tobak, Managing Director of Hyperoptic, said:

In a market such as broadband, it can be hard to compare competing products – especially when most of them are the same. Many broadband companies try and stand out from the crowd by investing millions in their advertising and by attempting to lure customers to sign lengthy contracts by giving away free gifts.

At Hyperoptic we are proud to be different, as well as the fastest. We were the first broadband company in the UK to offer consumers gigabit connectivity by using our own, dedicated network – over 135 times faster than traditional ASDL services. Now, by offering consumers a ‘no contract’ option, we are giving people what they want and need: the UK’s fastest most consistent broadband with complete flexibility.”

Naturally the trade-off is that you have to pay a few pounds per month extra than you would on their 12 month term, but the difference is fairly small and may attract more subscribers. Plus all of the “no contract” deals require a one-time set up and installation fee of £40, which includes their Gigabit Router.

No Contract Hyperoptic broadband and phone – monthly cost
This includes free evening and weekend UK landline calls. A competitive “Anytime UK Plan” and “International Plan” are also available.

20Mb – £11 (plus a landline fee of £16)
100Mb – £25 (plus a landline fee of £16)
1Gb – £51 (plus a landline fee of £16)

No Contract Hyperoptic broadband only – monthly cost
20Mb – £24
100Mb – £38
1Gb – £64

As a quick comparison, the 20Mbps broadband and phone service on a 12 month term currently costs £7.50 a month for the first 12 months (£9 thereafter), plus £16 per month for line rental (installation is free).

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