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Monday, August 17th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 971
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London-centric broadband ISP CommunityFibre are today expected to launch a new promotion on their gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) based packages in the city, which will give new customers an additional £5 off their monthly rental for the first 12 months of service.

The offer, which is planned to run from today until the 13th September 2020, means that anybody who joins the provider using the promocode BOOM should be able to save a nice bit of money off the normal monthly rental charges for their first year of service. The catch is that you’ll only benefit from this when taking out a 24-month contract term.

We should add that this promocode will work on all packages except their entry-level 50Mbps “Superfast” plan. Otherwise their other packages, on 24-month terms, normally start at £25 per month for an unlimited 150Mbps (symmetric speed) service and go up to just £49 for 920Mbps (or £20 and £44 respectively, with the new promocode applied).

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4 Responses
  1. Walter G M Willcox says:

    It’s good to see that Community Fibre provide symmetric services, just as B4RN do, without a significant cost penalty.

    Whilst it might be argued that most home internet traffic consumes far more download bandwidth that upload, that is not the case for “Lockdown UK” where remote access to business cloud-based systems, Zoom calls etc. which have recently increased upload bandwidth substantially.

    Perhaps what is more worrying is how the major Telcos might ever provide symmetric services to compete with the minnows.

    1. A_Builder says:

      The minnows are getting rather widespread now……with their symmetrical……

      OR are trialling symmetric over PON for business connections.

      I wouldn’t be at all surprised if symmetric hits OR when XGSGPON becomes widespread.

      Lockdown has changed the rules of the game – people need higher upstream bandwidth for WFH. Higher tier packages are now a generality which in turn drives investment into making higher tiers available – virtuous circle…..

  2. Buggerlugz says:

    Good question. The same can be said for LTE mobile signals, there is no reason why upload can’t be the same speeds and download, the carriers just don’t want to pay for the bandwidth to their cores.

  3. jkarna@hotmail.com says:

    Openreach want to protect their profitable leased line business and they offer only
    asymmetric to their business partners.
    I was previously on ADSL+2 with an EOL and gave up with Openreach.
    Good riddance Openreach.
    I joined Community Fibre last Friday and for £20 per month I receive 150 Mbps symmetric
    with a very low latency.

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