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UK ISP First Utility Cuts Superfast Broadband Prices for Black Friday

Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 (12:14 pm) - Score 739
First Utility Broadband

Electricity and gas supplier First Utility has cut the monthly prices of their standard and superfast FTTCfibre broadband” and phone bundles for Black Friday. The new discounts will be available to new customers between 23rd November and 7th December 2017.

Generally the company’s primary packages all include unlimited usage, a free wireless router, phone line rental, free connection, UK support and an 18 month contract term. Existing customers would usually benefit from a small loyalty discount, although sadly that won’t apply to customers opting for this offer.

It’s worth pointing out that First Utility pledges not to increase your monthly charge after the first 18 month contract term is finished, although we’d always advise caution with such claims because the cost of service provision is constantly rising and history shows that such providers may eventually have to force a price rise onto existing customers.

First broadband
Downloads up to 17Mbps ADSL
Price: £17.99 per month

SuperFirst broadband
Downloads up to 38Mbps FTTC
Price: £24.99 per month

UltraFirst broadband
Downloads up to 76Mbps FTTC
Price: £34.99 per month

Anybody who also needs a new phone line installed will have to pay a one-off installation charge of £60 and there are a number of UK calling add-ons that can be bolted on top of the above packages at extra cost (e.g. +£7 for anytime calls). First Utility’s network is based off the TalkTalk Wholesale platform, which should not be compared with TalkTalk’s retail service as there can be differences.

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  1. Tim

    Yet another ISP that won’t provision Market A areas.

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