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Wednesday, August 1st, 2018 (12:01 am) - Score 2,539

City focused fibre optic broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which has so far deployed their 1Gbps capable FTTP/B network to over 400,000 premises in parts of 28 UK cities, will later this morning reduce the monthly cost of their top unlimited 150Mbps and 900Mbps packages by a few more pounds.

Apparently the new reductions are set to last until 31st August 2018 and reflect a further discount on Hyperoptic’s already reduced prices (except on their slower 30Mbps plan, which remains unchanged). New customers will also benefit from a free installation and set-up (worth up to £240) on all their packages, including the standalone deals.

As usual subscribers will be able to choose from either a broadband and phone bundle or a broadband-only service on a 12 month contract. You can also get a “no contract” option (broadband-only), although this tends to cost a few pounds extra per month. In order to benefit from the new prices you’ll also need to place an order using their promo code – ONLINEDEAL.

Package Broadband Only Broadband and Phone
30Mbps £17 a month (*£22) £18 a month (*£25)
150Mbps £24 a month (*£35) £25 a month (*£38)
900Mbps £45 a month (*£60) £46 a month (*£63)

The packages all include unlimited usage, 24/7 support, a wireless router (ZTE H298A) and a dynamic IP address (IPv6 support is being rolled out) or £5 extra per month for a Static IP.

Take note that the ISP predominately focuses upon connecting up large apartment or office blocks and at present you can only find them in specific parts of: Greater London, Basildon, Birmingham, Bolton, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Coventry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Preston, Reading, Reigate, Sheffield, Slough, Southampton, Southend-on-Sea, Warrington, Watford and Woking.

In the future Hyperoptic aims to reach 500,000 premises by 2019, followed by 2 million in 2022 and there’s also an aspiration for 5 million by 2025 (here), although the latter will require another big injection of private investment to achieve.

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2 Responses
  1. Data Dude says:

    Too bad it’s still such an exclusive service, apartment and office blocks only. They need to find a deployment model for homes and large developments in order to scale.

  2. A_Builder says:

    @Data Dude

    I think they are doing some new build estates?

    The limitation might be the final leg of ethernet that will not suit some kinds of housing estates?

    And that has more to do with the historical available skills mix: easy to find ethernet cable peps but harder to find fibre splicers etc.

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