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UK ISP PlusNet Offers 18 Months of FREE Unlimited Broadband

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015 (11:07 am) - Score 964

Internet provider PlusNet has this week enhanced their 12 months of free unlimited broadband service (£9.99 per month thereafter) offer by extending the promotion to last for the full length of their 18 month contract term.

The deal, which is only available to order for the next couple of weeks, still requires new customers to take the ISPs Phone Line Rental service alongside and that costs from £16.99 per month or the monthly equivalent of £15.49 when you pre-pay for a year in advance.

Unlimited Broadband and Calls
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* Upload speeds of up to 1Mbps
* Truly unlimited broadband
* Free wireless router
* Free activation
* McAfee Internet security
* Parental controls
* 18 Month contract

PRICE: Free for the first 12 months (£9.99 thereafter) + line rental

Take note that some customers who live in remote rural areas may have to pay more due to residing outside of the ISPs “low cost area” (this affects those in the last 9% of the UK).

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  1. Avatar Captain.Cretin says:

    Why I wont use PlusNet.

    The new boss in his infinite wisdom disagreed, and today it was due to go live.

    Wait 15 minutes for router to connect isnt a good sign, let alone when it is written in the manual; and even after a whole morning we still had a red light – it turns out the “pre-configured router” had completely the wrong details installed.
    Next problem, the confirmation letter had the new user name, but no password, so lets call the activation help line.

    “Your call is important to us, current wait time is …….


    I got it online eventually, without the helldesk – which is just as well, because we were still waiting nearly an hour later.

    1. Avatar Jeff says:

      You seem to have trouble wherever you go, yet you choose the bigger ISP’s who have a woeful rep on here… serves you right in a way.

  2. Avatar Vince says:

    Yeah well I wouldn’t worry… they’re a bit rubbish at everything.

    Want a Static IP allocation on a BUSINESS connection…

    Good luck.

    Processes that are claimed to be required by RIPE (and then admitted, as I knew) are not, then despite this being rigidly stuck to by them as if it is a genuine need. Despite a pretty obvious situation in which after many going around in circles e-mails it being really clear the latest bit of pedantry by them made no difference to the underlying request or justification, what I did in the end was transfer a newly activated line straight back away again.

    And then scheduled the others with them to be binned shortly after.

    Hopeless, we’ll do you proud is total rubbish.

    I can’t imagine how desperate they’re getting to keep those customer numbers going up when we’re down to line rental only (if we ignore how inflated line rental is that means they’re still really charging you for broadband).

  3. Avatar Captain.Cretin says:


    Read my post – NOT my choice; I actively discouraged them from ANY of the big ISPs, but £1 per month off of line rental if he signed up for a freaking YEAR, seemed like a bargain to him.

  4. Avatar Alan says:

    I am not complaining about PN. My renewal was for £16.99 per month for ADSL, I nearly had a coronary. On the phone I told them I wished to cancel and go for Talk Talk ( bluff) who were now on my exchange. They then offered me free ADSL for 18 months + line rental.
    I dont recognise all these complaints I keep reading, never a problem with them in 5+ years

  5. Avatar Captain.Cretin says:

    How many times have you called tech support in that time; it is poor tech support that lets ALL of the big ISPs down.

    My step father wont here a bad word about PN, so my mother waits until he has gone out – then calls me to come sort it out – my average wait for tech support – when I identify a network issue – is 25 minutes.
    If I have an issue with MY ISP, wait time is about 5-10 SECONDS.

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