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UK Business ISP Elite Offers FTTC Broadband on 30 Day Contract

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 (4:29 pm) - Score 1,296

Business ISP Elite has become one of only a few UK internet providers to adopt the new 30 day contract option for their ‘up to’ 76Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) based broadband package(s), which is being made available to their direct customers, channel partners and wholesalers.

The move follows last year’s related change by network access provider Openreach (here), although only a few ISPs have since started offering monthly contracts for FTTC (so far none of the largest providers have adopted them). This is at least partly because providers often have other costs, bundles or special offer discounts to consider, which tend to work best when promoted alongside a longer contract term in order to help manage the risk.

Matthew Rogers, Elite’s Head of Marketing & Business Development, said:

“By taking the option to offer our partners and Wholesalers a back-to-back service to what we receive, it will enable them to offer their clients more flexibility to upgrade to different products if the customer requirement outgrows the physical service. It will also empower our Customers, Partners and Wholesalers to put in a higher bandwidth temporary solution if any other product delivers are hindered by delays or their installation timeframes are longer than expected.”

The contract change with Elite will be seen on all new FTTC 40/10 and 80/20 orders placed from today’s date, as out of contract “Fibre Broadband” products are already on 30-day terms due to Elite’s “No auto-renewal” policy that it has with its customers.

Sadly Elite doesn’t publish FTTC prices on their website and so anybody interested will need to request that information directly.

UPDATE 28th Feb 2018

Thanks to Phil for discovering that Elite’s FTTC 80/20 connections cost £39.00 +vat per month including line rental (plus £40 one-off activation for migration of line and broadband). This does not include a router.

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2 Responses
  1. Simon says:

    Well someone had to beat AAISP to it – time to see what they are like

    1. Alan Taylor says:

      Pulse8 have always been monthly contract. very competitive price, low cost line and calls and good customer service.

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