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Full Fibre UK ISP Hyperoptic Launches Big Christmas Discounts

Monday, December 23rd, 2019 (9:07 am) - Score 1,846

City focused FTTP/B broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which claims to cover well over 400,000 UK premises, has today launched some big Black Friday beating discounts as part of their Christmas and New Year sale event. This is expected to run until 31st January 2020 and sees prices (50Mbps) start at just £16.80 per month.

As usual new customers can pick from either a broadband & phone bundle or a broadband-only (standalone) service on a 12 month minimum contract term. You can also get a “no contract” option (broadband-only), but this tends to cost a few pounds extra per month. We note that their 50Mbps tier also carries a £20 one-off activation fee but this is free on all other tiers.

All packages include unlimited usage, 24/7 support, a wireless router and a dynamic IP address or £5 extra per month for a Static IP. Hyperoptic’s network has an ambition to cover 2 million homes by the end of 2021 and then possibly 5 million by the end of 2024 (here), although they’ve been quite cagey about their roll-out progress since last year.

Hyperoptic typically focuses upon installing their services into large urban apartment (multi-dwelling units) and office blocks. Take note that if you take one of the discounted packages then remember the issue the promotion code JAN20 during the order process.

Package Broadband Only
Broadband and Phone
50Mbps (5Mbps upload)
£16.80 a month (*£22) £18.40 a month (*£25)
150Mbps (symmetric)
£20.80 a month (*£35) £22.40 a month (*£38)
500Mbps (symmetric) £30.40 a month (*£50) £32 a month (*£53)
900Mbps (symmetric) £45 a month (*£60) £47 a month (*£63)

* Monthly price after the first 12 month contract term.

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7 Responses
  1. Avatar chris conder says:

    Fantastic. Altnets leading the way to a digitalbritain.

    1. Avatar CarlT says:

      A curious statement given Openreach have passed more premises with FTTP than all of them put together but okay.

    2. Avatar A_Builder says:

      I’d just stick with

      Cheaper than OR

      Nuff said.

    3. Avatar StevenNT says:

      @A_Builder I agree, I’ve been a Hyperoptic customer for 6 months and would recommend them if it’s available for them.

      Very stable and reliable and their customer service if you need them are brilliant and can talk to them on a technical level too. Can’t say that about VM or BT about their customer service when I was with them in the past.

    4. Avatar Martin Pitt - Aquiss says:

      So it’s no longer “superfarce” but the new buzz words are “altnets lead the way” to quite some random posts.

      I really wish there was a way to block or mute pointless posters in comments, though I’m starting to question if this is the real Chris Conder, because I can’t believe those involved in the B4RN project would keep supporting these silly comments.

    5. Avatar A_Builder says:

      @ Martin

      In all fairness is B4RN, Hyper (and the others) KCOM had not done their good FTTP work OR would now be on begging bowl iteration #5 trying to get £25Bn subsidy to fibre up.

      The actions of the Alt nets

      a) blew a raspberry at the silly number
      b) proved FTTP could be delivered at investable costs and benefits

      Taken together with concerted BT shareholder action and a chairman who is able to both listen and think clearly then Fibre First became real.

      Kudos to BT for investing and OR for delivery under budget.

    6. Avatar CarlT says:

      Superfarce as well. Anything positive about altnets they lead the way, anything at all to do with BT or Openreach is part of the superfarce.

      Bit sad but there we go.

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