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Zen Internet Boost Refer a Friend Scheme with GBP40 Voucher

Friday, November 26th, 2021 (11:44 am) - Score 1,104
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Broadband ISP Zen Internet UK has today enhanced their Refer-a-Friend scheme by making it so customers and their referee will both receive a £40 shopping voucher, the highest value since the initiative launched in 2019. The vouchers themselves are available for a range of retailers including Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, and M&S.

However, the small print states that to benefit from this offer, your friends must place their first order by 31st January 2022. “If they purchase after that date you will receive a £10 gift voucher and they will receive a £10 gift voucher,” said Zen’s Refer-a-Friend page.

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9 Responses
  1. Grimreaper says:

    Would probably make more sense and be less complicated to just reduce the subscription fee by £80!. Paying £31.99 a month for the most basic 31 / 6 FTTC service made me hit the back button…..

    1. Mike says:

      Zen isn’t a bucket shop ISP.

    2. anonymous says:

      You can find TalkTalk and Plusnet via Google if you’re looking for budget ISPs.

    3. Another Anonymous says:

      haha they’re not AAISP their CS isn’t any better than VM/BT/whatever. Get over yourselves, people pick broadband because of price and because of stability and CS. Zen are no better than anyone else. They’re not some super ISP that actually knows how to fix your problem when you call em up.

    4. Know Better says:

      Another Anonymous is wrong. If s/he was correct they wouldn’t be anonymous. Put up or go away. Totally different experience from the cheap ISPs. Fixed IP, no price increases, CS who don’t treat you like an idiot. Unless, perhaps, you are one.

    5. Another Anonymous says:

      lol ‘put up or go away’ says the guy that says Zen is awesome and offers no proof but demands it from me.

    6. Mark says:

      CS that don’t treat you like an idiot? I beg to differ! My local cab got burnt by some chav scum who thought it was 5G and it was gonna take “months” to fix it. Had no option but to cancel the service since it wasn’t working at all but Zen were kind enough to slap me with an early termination fee! I’m still arguing it to this day.

  2. Always right says:

    The Zen employee cope is strong in this thread.

  3. Mr A Reader says:

    Zen goes all Utility Warehouse.

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