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Monday, May 11th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 6,817
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UK ISP G.Network, which is currently in the process of building a new 10Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to homes and businesses across parts of Central London, has announced that all new customers will be “automatically upgraded to a symmetrical 900Mbps connection” for free, at least for awhile.

At present residential packages tend to start from £28 inc. VAT per month (£22 on a special offer) for an unlimited 150Mbps (50Mbps upload) service that includes a free wireless router and connection, which rises to £57 per month for their top 900Mbps symmetric tier (£48 on a special offer); available on a 12 or 24 month contract term.

However, effective from today, G.Network is giving all of their new customers the chance to experience the benefits of a 900 Megabit per second (Mbps) connection. The upgrade will be free for your first 3 months of service, before dropping back to whatever tier you initially picked.

In addition, the ISP has today launched a new Satisfaction Guarantee. “Any new customer can cancel their contract within the first three months with no penalty or extras to pay,” said the provider.

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6 Responses
  1. A_Builder says:

    Good marketing idea – to give people a taste of real speed.

    You won’t know what you are missing……

    1. Herve Shango says:

      Absolutely true

  2. hoppo longshooting says:

    Watched them cut up dean street in London, took them 3 weeks just to cross the road, and the patch up job afterwards was disgraceful. Still i’ve heard good things from some local businesses using them.

    1. Jackson says:

      G network don’t do the digging. That would be Conway or something similar.

  3. Tony says:

    Jackson: To say G.Network didn’t do the digging is slight disingenuous. Anyone that knows anything about civils knows that the civils companies are subcontractors of the provider. Ultimately it’s the provider’s responsibility to ensure quality reinstatement works so to say ‘it wasn’t G.Network’ is simply not accurate. They’re accountable, end of.

  4. Oggy says:

    Nice to see it automatically goes down at the end of the period as opposed to the customer having to phone.

    We know that most folk wouldn’t bother calling to downgrade just like people don’t call once a contract term is up to renegotiate.

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