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PlusNet Extends FREE Unlimited Broadband Offer to 18 Months

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 (9:37 am) - Score 465
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UK ISP Plusnet has extended their 12 months free unlimited broadband (up to 17Mbps) promotion for new subscribers to last for a total of 18 months (£9.99 per month thereafter), although you still have to pay the usual line rental charge on top of that.

Apparently the new discount will be available to order until 8th March 2016. New customers will also have to take out Plusnet’s own Line Rental service, which costs from £16.99 per month or the monthly equivalent of £15.49 when you pre-pay for a year in advance.

The other caveat is that the contract period has also been extended from 12 to 18 months, much as you’d expect.

Unlimited Broadband and Phone
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* Upload speeds of up to 1Mbps
* Truly unlimited broadband
* Free wireless router
* Free activation
* UK based support
* Parental controls (network-level)
* 18 Month contract

PRICE: Free for the first 18 months (£9.99 thereafter) + line rental

Take note that a small percentage of the UK will not be covered by Plusnet’s “low cost area” (mostly those in the last 9% of predominantly rural premises), which means that the monthly broadband price jumps from £9.99 to a hefty £17.49 per month.

Elsewhere it’s worth noting that the ISPs ‘up to’ 38Mbps Unlimited Fibre (FTTC) broadband package is currently being offer at £5 per month for the first 6 months of service (£14.99 thereafter) and their ‘up to’ 76Mbps Unlimited Fibre Extra is also £10 per month for the first 6 months of service (£19.99 thereafter).

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3 Responses
  1. Avatar Jamie

    Do you mean £14.99 after the first 6 months instead of £4.99

  2. Avatar Martin Egan

    Somehow i always manage to find all providers manage to charge a round figure sum averaging £30 per month. I for one cannot go on tolerating being shafted through the nose for something i’m not even convinced is desirable anymore !

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