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Full Fibre UK ISP Hyperoptic Adds 30 Day Term Business Plans

Monday, July 20th, 2020 (9:40 am) - Score 844
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UK ISP Hyperoptic, which has already deployed their FTTP/B broadband network to well over 400,000 UK premises (mostly large apartment blocks), has today extended their option of a rolling 30 day contract term to include business packages for the first time (i.e. customers now get contract options of 30 days or 12 – 24 months).

We normally write about Hyperoptic’s residential packages, which can already harness a monthly contract option, but their fibre optic network has also been deployed to some office blocks and thus the addition of a rolling 30 day contract to their business plans is quite unique for this type of product.

Broadly speaking the business packages are similar to the residential tiers in terms of speed, although they add a 24 hour Service Level Agreement (SLA) and Static IP address into the mix. Otherwise the main difference between the contract terms is price (e.g. a 150Mbps symmetric speed broadband-only package currently costs £65 per month on a 30 day term, which compares with £55 for 12 months and £50 for 24 months).

We should also add that all of their business fibre packages also attract a £150 one-off activation fee.

Charles Davies, MD of Hyperoptic, said:

“The world of work is rapidly changing and now, more than ever, businesses need flexibility. We are committed to go above the expected and lead our sector by giving our business customers innovative solutions to their changing needs. The office is changing, PWC, for instance, has predicted that demand for bricks and mortar office space could shrink by 25-30% as remote working moves closer towards being the norm.

These contracts are therefore ideal for a business that want the freedom to be able to move between premises and scale up and down as needed.”

Other packages include a 50Mbps, 500Mbps and 900Mbps+ (average speed) option and there are bundles available with a phone service. As usual customers can expect to receive unlimited usage, a wireless router and symmetrical speeds (except on the 50Mbps package where the upload is just 5Mbps).

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By Mark Jackson
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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2 Responses
  1. MAX says:

    good to see it 30 days rolling contract

  2. A_Builder says:

    Makes sense as a lot of people are on very short lease rental ATM.

    May as well get some money for all their considerable investment.

    Something that gets lost in the noise is that their 1G or 10G business packages are usually full fibre on new installs. So no copper Ethernet involved….

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