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Rural UK Full Fibre ISP Gigaclear Cuts Prices for Black Friday

Friday, November 29th, 2019 (6:54 am) - Score 834

Rural full fibre ISP Gigaclear, which only very recently hiked their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband prices for new customers (here), will today introduce some big discounts on two of their top packages – 100Mbps and 300Mbps – that knocks £15 off the monthly price and makes activation free (saving £300 over the contract term).

As usual all of their packages include unlimited usage, an 18 month contract term, Linksys router and free installation. The top two packages also add a premium Smart WiFi (mesh) system into the bundle as part of their standard price (also available on their slower tiers, at extra cost).

Otherwise the price promises no mid-contract price hikes and these discounts will be available to order until Monday 2nd December 2019. Use promo code ULTRADEAL during checkout. As usual the biggest obstacle here is that Gigaclear’s full fibre network only has extremely limited coverage in a number of counties across England.

Superfast 30 Mbps – £39 per month

Ultrafast 100 Mbps£44 £29 per month

Ultrafast 300 Mbps with Smart WiFi£49 £34 per month

Hyperfast 900 Mbps with Smart WiFi – £79 per month

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Mark Jackson
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Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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7 Responses
  1. Avatar Qwerty

    Back to what they were before yesterday’s price hikes by any chance?

  2. Avatar Tom

    Hi where is the section to enter the promo code? After the direct debit submission?

  3. Avatar AnotherTim

    So with the offer their 300Mbps contract costs less than their 30Mbps one.
    They have also updated their website a bit – they now state “We have been busy building your full fibre network and we are pleased to tell you that we are nearly finished.”
    So if they are “nearly finished” when will they start the build in my area? – well, there are still no dates because they haven’t finished planning yet! I guess I may have a chance of a deal in the 2022 Black Friday offers? Maybe…

    • Avatar CarlT

      Are you planning on bemoaning their late delivery on every story mentioning Gigaclear or will it get boring at some point you think, Tim?

    • Avatar AnotherTim

      It helps pass the time while I’m waiting for fast broadband 😉

    • Avatar A_Builder

      In fairness @MJ does a good job keep raising this.

      And making sure it is relevantly commented on is quite important.

      I feel your pain…..

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