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Plusnet Drops 17Mbps Unlimited Broadband and Phone Bundle Price to £18

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 (9:04 am) - Score 625

Low cost ISP Plusnet has today cut the price of their unlimited ‘up to’ 17Mbps (ADSL2+) broadband and phone package to just £18 per month (plus a £10 one-off activation fee) on an 18 month contract (£27.98 thereafter) for new subscribers, which also gives £50 cashback.

The discount is expected to be available until 14th March 2017. Customers will receive unlimited usage, an included wireless router, line rental, Parental Controls (network-level filtering) and UK-based customer support. A number of UK calling add-ons are also available (e.g. Anytime calls), albeit at extra cost.

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5 Responses
  1. Avatar eM says:

    Exactly the same deal that they had back in October, just before the combined pricing came in. A lot of ISPs used that to quietly bump their ADSL prices by around £5 and it looks like they now can see the effect on sales so they’re putting the prices back down again.

    1. Avatar Alex says:

      At this price plusnet will be loosing money especially as the deal includes £50 cash back.

  2. Avatar MikeW says:

    Is the first sentence missing a timescale? If the cost is “£18 (£28 thereafter)”, you’d expect “thereafter” to be, well, after something.

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      After the 18 month contract term. I’ll just shift it to after the contract term is stated.

  3. Avatar Billy says:

    It annoys me that ISPs promote churn this way. It must cost them (and us), more on the administration in the long run.
    You can have it cheap for 12 months and then we’re going to fleece you!
    How much customer loyalty does this generate?
    The extra paperwork created as people leave in droves after their 12 months are up, must surely cost more than the extra revenue made by fleecing the few that remain.

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