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Urban FTTH Broadband ISP Hyperoptic Discounts 900Mbps to £38

Friday, Feb 1st, 2019 (12:53 pm) - Score 5,665

City focused full fibre broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which already covers well over 500,000 UK premises, has launched a new promotion that slashes the cost of their top Gigabit tier (average speed of 900Mbps) to just £38 per month (plus a £19 one-off activation fee) for the first 12 months of service (£60 thereafter).

The pricing level is lower than last year’s Black Friday sale for the same package, which charged £40 a month but also offered free activation. As usual new customers can pick 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), but this tends to cost a few pounds extra.

The packages all include unlimited usage, 24/7 support, a wireless router (e.g. ZTE H298A but we believe a better one is coming) and a dynamic IP address (IPv6 support has been rolled out) or £5 extra per month for a Static IP. Hyperoptic’s network is currently on course to cover 2 million homes by the end of 2021 and then possibly 5 million by 2024 (here).

In order to benefit from the new price you’ll also need to place an order online using their promo code – SAVE19. The downside is that their slower tiers have gone up in price, at least for the first contract term (post-contract prices are unchanged).

Package Broadband Only (£19 Activation)
Broadband and Phone (Free Activation)
30Mbps £20 a month (*£22) £21 a month (*£25)
150Mbps £27 a month (*£35) £28 a month (*£38)
900Mbps £38 a month (*£60) £39 a month (*£63)
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11 Responses
  1. Avatar photo AnotherTim says:

    Wow, that’s a great offer. Makes rural ADSL2+ look increasingly poor value for money same sort of price (although does include line rental), but 100 times slower.

    1. Avatar photo Meadmodj says:

      This pricing reflects their current base of FTTB and probably to fend off the current barrage of advertising, particularly Vodafone. The big ISPs are all scrabbling to maintain market share a lock consumers into 18 month contracts while the landscape goes through significant change.

      Hyperoptic’s standard pricing is welcome though and will act as a good target for the other urban providers to aspire to.

      Unfortunately rural FTTP is likely to have entry level products starting at £40 (if offered). BT and VM may stick to national pricing but we may need to get used to Urban/Semi-rural/Rural price differentials. Cheaper USO products may appear going forward but they are likely to come with data limits.

    2. Avatar photo AnotherTim says:

      I don’t believe large scale rural FTTP will ever happen – 4G will provide better value for money. I find it is almost good enough now – a bit too variable, especially latency, but already two to three times as fast as my ADSL2+ and cheaper. By the time Gigaclear get to my area (2+ years) they will have a hard sell with their starting package the same ball-park speed as 4G and more expensive.

  2. Avatar photo Ricky says:

    Problem with 4G is its metered, if it was unmetered I would jump on it, With all the stuff I do on the internet I would use more then 600gb per month.

    1. Avatar photo Mike says:

      Three AYCE is 1TB cap per month.

    2. Avatar photo David Waterman says:

      I use 3’s unlimited tethering, and if there is a cap I’ve never reached it (lots of YouTube watching and audio upload/download). My internet travels with me, which is really useful. Upload speeds are quite a bit better than I was getting with VDSL2/fttc too.

  3. Avatar photo Dav says:

    Three unlimited is unlimited

  4. Avatar photo David Waterman says:

    No mention of upload speeds? Is it symmetric?

    1. Avatar photo CarlT says:


  5. Avatar photo Mo says:

    I had a discussion with Virgin Media’s customer services, regarding their pricing increases after a year, and who have always been more accommodating than BT. They helpfully lowered my price, and upped my speeds to 350mbs, although I usually get up to around 380mbs/390mbs according to speed tests. It always helps to negotiate.

    1. Avatar photo Nib says:

      How much is your 350mbps?

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