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ISP Pulse8 Reduces FTTC Superfast Broadband and Phone Prices

Monday, June 24th, 2019 (10:57 am) - Score 1,614
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Internet provider Pulse8 Broadband has cut the monthly rental price of their unlimited “fibre broadband” (FTTC / VDSL2) packages for homes and small businesses by -£2.40 inc. VAT, which is offered alongside their usual 1 month minimum contract term.

The ISP, which pledges not to apply any termination charges or minimum call costs, charges £49.50 (one-off) for upgrades or migrations from an existing broadband line or £79.50 if you’re adding FTTC to a phone line on Openreach’s national UK network. Anybody who needs a completely new FTTC/phone line installed will pay £129.

Sadly Pulse8 do not include a free router but they do provide several paid options for those who don’t have their own and would rather buy direct from the ISP. One other thing to note below is that Pulse8 are promoting their packages alongside the speeds available to the fastest 10% of lines, rather than the ASA’s required ‘average speeds at peak time‘ measure.

New Prices:
38mbps Home FTTC including line rental = £33 inc. VAT
76mbps Home FTTC including line rental = £37.50 inc. VAT

38mbps Business FTTC including line rental = £32.50 ex. VAT
76mbps Business FTTC including line rental = £36.25 ex. VAT

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