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Hyperoptic Discounts Some UK Full Fibre Plans in Summer Sale

Wednesday, July 6th, 2022 (9:04 am) - Score 792
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City-focused gigabit broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is building a new “full fibre” (FTTP/B) network to 2 million UK homes by the end of 2023 (825,000 completed so far), has today launched a new “Big Bang Sale” that knocks a few extra pounds off their previous monthly prices for new customers on 24-month terms.

As usual, new customers can choose from either a ‘broadband and phone‘ bundle or a ‘broadband-only‘ (standalone) service on a 12-month or 24-month minimum contract term. You can also take a monthly rolling contract (broadband-only), but this is the most expensive option. We note that a one-off connection fee of £29 applies to their slower packages, albeit dropping to £9.99 on their 30Mbps option, and it’s free for 500Mbps and 900Mbps.

All packages come with unlimited usage, 24/7 support, a wireless router and a dynamic IP address – or £5 extra per month for a Static IP. Adding a phone (voice) service to their packages will also increase the monthly cost by £2. The promotion code for Hyperoptic’s latest offers is listed as HYPERSALE, which you should input during the order process.

The main price discounts this time around are on their 50Mbps, 150Mbps and 500Mbps plans (the 30Mbps and 900Mbps tiers are unchanged). The provider’s cheapest entry-level 30Mbps plan can only be found if you follow this link, since they don’t include this package on their main public product page.

NOTE: The 150Mbps and faster tiers have symmetric download and upload speeds.
Package – Avg. speed
Broadband Only 24-Months
33Mbps (1Mbps)
£17.99 a month (*£22)
57Mbps (5.7Mbps)
£17.99 a month (*£25)
158Mbps
£20 a month (*£35)
522Mbps £28 a month (*£50)
900Mbps £35 a month (*£60)

The * is the post-contract price you pay after the first 24 months. The latest discounts are expected to be available to order until 19th July 2022.

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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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8 Responses
  1. Tom says:

    Hopefully the average speeds given for 33 and 57Mbps are incorrect??

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      Why hopefully? The 30Mbps package has an average download of 33Mbps, while the 50Mbps tier has an average of 57Mbps, which is surely a good thing.

    2. Tom says:

      Oh, I thought the averages were in the brackets, 1 and 5.7Mbps. Sorry!

    3. Mark Jackson says:

      No those are uploads.

  2. Zakir says:

    Hyperoptic along with Community Fibre still the fibre provider in London.

    Good thing about Hyperoptic they are in some parts of Manchester are looking to build outside of London but main focus is to get whole of London covered as much as possible like community fibre want.

    Community fibre are looking outside London as we know they have bought box broadband.

    Im with Hyperoptic will stay with them for a very long time forget other providers who use openreach infrastructure. If one day openreach come along to build fibre FTTP in my area and find a cheaper deal I will move but I have seen providers on openreach not cheap.

    If I can get 1gb service less then £35 per then I will move I don’t think I will find a cheaper deal.

    Cant complain about Hyperoptic everything on point.

    1. bubbles says:

      thought you had 3 5G, it’s your favourite to complain about ofcourse

  3. Zakir Hussain says:

    I dont have 5G broadband anymore its crap moved to new flat where I Hyperoptic is available

  4. Rahul says:

    I do have to point out you can get 158Mbps for £17.99, having checked recently via Uswitch and MoneySuperMarket. 33Mbps is £15 and 57Mbps is £16.50 a month!

    Or alternatively MoneySuperMarket gives you £50 voucher with 158Mbps for £20 a month, which is basically the equivalence of £17.91 if you calculate the maths.

    CommunityFibre is actually the most attractive deal. 150Mbps for £20 a month 24 months with £90 amazon voucher. 20×24=480 480-90=390 390÷24=£16.25 So more or a less you are getting 150Mbps for £16.25 a month for 24 months!

    I can’t wait for them to soon go live. You won’t get any such deals like these on the Openreach network be it FTTC or FTTP! Not even BT’s Social Tariff deals offer you a package this cheap!

    People need to factor in the free vouchers and cheaper deals through some of the sites as that drops down the prices dramatically even if apparently a package costs a little more.

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