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First Utility Cuts UK Superfast Broadband and Phone Prices

Monday, January 8th, 2018 (3:09 pm) - Score 458
First Utility Broadband

Energy provider First Utility has launched a new sale that will run until 22nd January 2018 and cuts the monthly price of their ‘up to’ 38Mbps and 76Mbps superfast broadband (FTTC) and phone bundle packages to £27.99 and £29.99 per month respectively for new customers.

The provider, which was recently acquired by Shell (here), offers the following package features alongside their standard 18 month contract term: unlimited usage, a free wireless router, phone line rental, free connection and UK based support.

SuperFirst broadband
Downloads up to 38Mbps FTTC
Price: £31.99 £27.99 per month

UltraFirst broadband
Downloads up to 76Mbps FTTC
Price: £34.99 £29.99 per month

First Utility also 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.

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  1. Salek

    Confusing terminology – UltraFirst

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