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ISP John Lewis Broadband Changes Discounts for the New Year

Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 (10:15 am) - Score 2,443

The UK broadband ISP division of John Lewis has kicked off the New Year by returning their discounts to Black Friday levels and added in some e-Gift cards, which are worth between £40 and £75 depending upon the package. Apparently these new deals will run until 28th January 2020.

As usual new customers who order one of these broadband and phone line rental bundles will receive a 12 month minimum contract term, email address, 24/7 UK based customer support, PC security from BullGuard, free UK evening and weekend phone calls, included line rental, unlimited usage and a wireless router.

Take note that JLB’s packages are based off Plusnet’s platform.

Unlimited Broadband and Phone
* 10Mbps Average Download Speed (1Mbps upload)
* £40 e-Gift Card

PRICE: £20 a month for 12 months (£28.50 thereafter)

Fibre Broadband and Phone
* 36Mbps Average Download Speed (9Mbps upload)
* £50 e-Gift Card

PRICE: £25 a month for 12 months (£40 thereafter)

Fibre Extra Broadband and Phone
* 66Mbps Average Download Speed (18Mbps upload)
* £75 e-Gift Card

PRICE: £30 a month for 12 months (£45 thereafter)

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Tony English

    This is the same jJohn lewis broadband that I attempted to transfer my adsl and phone line to on 22nd November who had to redo the order 2 more times, left me without internet since 6th december, caused the phone line to be cut off and when I got the email on jan 1st saying I was good to go, had to arrange another openreach visit within the next 3 days. At that point I cancelled the order. Abysmal service from plusnet, the people who provide john lewis broadband, throughout the whole process. 6 weeks from the initial order and no working phone line or internet over Christmas and new year. Seriously dont bother with them as the problems were all caused by plusnet!

  2. Avatar Stavr0s

    Seriously why do people bother with NO-PLUS-WHATSOEVER.NET?

    I dumped them years ago, and they were terrible then!
    at the time, it was their so called truly “unlimited” fiasco, where they decided that the actual meaning of unlimited, needed to be changed, and back then i was on adsl, apparently all you can eat doesnt mean all you can eat.

    not only that, this was before the abomination that is BT bought them out!

    You get what you pay for, especially true with isp’s

    • Avatar John Lewis

      why are you still trawling round comments of an ISP you were with before 2007?

      It’d be great if you used your internet for something worthwhile 🙂

  3. Avatar Brian

    A few years ago after a BT price hike, switched to John Lewis with no problems. They were offering the best price for ADSL on a Market A exchange. Had no issues with them. By the time the contract term was up, we’d be reclassified as Market B, so Plusnet themselves were offering the best deal, that did cause quite a bit of confusion, it took over a month to swap, but service was maintained throughout.

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