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ISP Plusnet Cut Business Broadband and FTTC Prices for Summer 2018

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 (9:48 am) - Score 1,286

Internet provider Plusnet Business has today slashed the prices of their top two (up to 18Mbps ADSL2+ and 76Mbps FTTC) domestic grade unlimited broadband and phone line rental bundles for new UK small business customers.

Customers will can expect to receive unlimited usage, business QoS traffic management (i.e. traffic for time sensitive apps like VoIP will be prioritised by the network), a Static IP address, free 24/7 UK support, an included wireless router, free activation, online content control (website filtering) and a 12 or 24 month contract term.

The offer pricing should be available to order until 7th August 2018.

Unlimited Business Broadband (up to 18Mbps)
PRICE: £17.50 a month for 12 months (£27.50 thereafter)

Unlimited Business Fibre Broadband (up to 76Mbps)
PRICE: £30 a month for 12 months (£47.50 thereafter)

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  1. Avatar occasionally factual says:

    In other Plusnet news, the FTTP Trial is closing to new entrants at the end of July.
    Existing FTTP trialists will continue on as normal.
    No news of any commercial products based around FTTP at Plusnet yet though.

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      I’ve seen them close and re-open the FTTP trial before over the past c.6 years, thus won’t be reporting on it. But I will cover it once they actually launch a commercial product.

  2. Avatar Simon says:

    And puts them up again in the new year…

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