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ISP Direct Save Telecom Claims UK’s Cheapest Broadband for 95p

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015 (10:22 am) - Score 477
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Budget ISP Direct Save Telecom claims to have launched the United Kingdom’s “cheapest broadband deal” by offering an unlimited ‘up to’ 17Mbps capable package for just 95p per month, which combines with phone line rental that only costs £11.50 per month when paid for a year in advance.

As usual there are some caveats to consider in this offer, such as the presence of a £24.95 setup fee (one-off) and the £8.95 router delivery charge. Subscribers to the new service will also not benefit from any free call allowances (calls are pay-as-you-go standard rates), although you can optionally pay £1.95 per month for broadband with free UK evening and weekend calls.

Otherwise the package comes with a 12 month contract term and even a free wireless router, which is impressive for the price (the £1.95 deal requires a 24 month term).

Stavros Tsolakis, CEO of DST, said:

There can now be no dispute, our 95p unlimited broadband deal is the cheapest in the UK when combined with our £11.50 line rental offer. We have been working on this deal for some time now, we pride ourselves on being the lowest costing provider in the UK and are always striving to offer our customers the cheapest possible deals.

What can you get for under a quid these days, the answer is very little. This really is an incredible broadband deal, but it’s not just about low prices for our customers – it’s about delivering excellent service, the fastest internet speeds possible, with the best equipment, providing a quality and reliable service – all backed up with UK based support.”

The risk of going ultra-cheap is that service and or support quality may suffer, although DST appears to have been keeping pace on the support side by opening new UK call centres (here) and adding extra staff. However the question of whether or not DST are really the cheapest is much more complicated, as we explained in our article – Which is Really the Cheapest UK Phone and Unlimited Broadband ISP.

The answer often depends on what special offers the other ISPs have running, which change almost every week, and whether or not those discounts apply for the length of the contract as well as your decision to stay or switch after the term is complete.. among many other things.

Never the less DST’s deal is definitely one of the cheapest.. today.

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