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Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 (10:53 am) - Score 1,613

Cable ISP Virgin Media Business UK has begun offering their “Voom Fibre” 350Mbps unlimited ultrafast business broadband service “free” for the first six months of service, but there’s a catch. You also have to take a selected Apple or Samsung handset alongside one of their pricey mobile plans.

Apparently the only way to benefit from the six months free offer is by stumping up for an Apple iPhone X 256GB or Samsung Galaxy S9+ 128GB with 16GB of data (mobile broadband) and unlimited calls and texts. The deal comes as VMB adds the Apple iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XR and Samsung Note 9 to the range of mobile handsets available for small business customers.

The phones are all available on 24 and 36 month contracts with prices starting at £36 +vat per month for the Note 9 and £39 per month for the iPhone Xs. However to get the above offer you can expect to pay from around £65.80 per month on a 24 month term for the Samsung Galaxy S9+ and 16GB mobile plan or £65 for the iPhone X 256GB.

Meanwhile the Voom Fibre packages will cost you between £32 and £52 per month after the first six months are up (prices vary due to different upload speeds from 7Mbps to 20Mbps, different fault fix times and Static IP options etc.), although there is a promotion of free installation running too.

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  1. Avatar CarlT says:

    Mobile might be useful: I get better uploads over 3G and 4G than I do my VMB cable, and the savings will cover the money I pay another operator for IPv6 access and a static IPv4 block that works properly.

  2. Avatar Simon says:

    Not a bad deal at all – You don’t see other mobile operators offering this with their phones – which you have to take anyway if you need one – also it is probably prices due to absorbing the cost of this – but still.

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