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UK ISP Fuel Broadband Offers 1 Year of FREE Unlimited Internet Service

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 (10:12 am) - Score 692

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband has enhanced their current discount by offering 12 months of free service (£5 a month thereafter) on their ‘up to’ 17Mbps unlimited standard broadband package, which also includes free UK evening + weekend calls and an Amazon TV Fire Stick with a 30 day Prime trial.

The new promotion, which will be available to order until 31st December 2015, is only open for new customers and also requires you to take out the ISPs Phone Line Rental service (this costs an extra £16.40 per month on top of the broadband cost).

Unlimited FuelBroadband and Calls Bundle
• Up to 17Mb Download Speed
• FREE wireless router
• 12 month contract
• Unlimited data allowance
• FREE activation (worth £20)
• FREE wireless router (£7.95 delivery charge)
• FREE Evening and Weekend calls
• Day time UK landline calls: 8.4p/ minute (outside of free period)

Take note that Day Time UK landline calls cost 8.4p / minute, although you can add a free UK anytime calls upgrade for an extra +£3 per month. Customers preferring to receive a paper bill are charged an additional £2.25 per month and those paying by means other than Direct Debit will also be charged an additional £2.25 per month (other ISPs have similar charges).

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3 Responses
  1. Avatar simon bull says:

    Not exactly budget.!! Thats the same deal as sky,talk talk ect….

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Sky costs £10 thereafter and only offers weekend calls. TalkTalk costs £7.50 thereafter and doesn’t give you any free calls. So not the same deal and the line rental options can also differ a bit.

  2. Avatar Tom says:

    Using Fuel Business broadband for the “backup office internet” and also, constantly, the “critical systems” line at one of my businesses. It is sad but the 3mbps Fuel DSL is more stable and dependable than the 50mbps Virgin Media Business at the site.

    Bursty and more forgiving office internet traffic goes over the faster VM line but the important machine2machine systems stuff I’ve had to route over Fuel as VM just isn’t reliable for that kind of constant connection.
    The VM SuperHub is unreliable, the VM network is also unreliable and unpredictable.

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