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ISP Shell Energy Adds £100 Voucher to UK Full Fibre Plans

Monday, July 4th, 2022 (11:22 am) - Score 648
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Broadband ISP and energy provider Shell Energy has enhanced the existing discount on their top two Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) based packages (specifically the 525Mbps and 944Mbps plans) by removing the £50 bill credit for new customers and replacing it with a £100 shopping voucher.

Shell’s Openreach-based broadband packages all include a wireless router, an 18-month minimum contract term, free activation, unlimited usage and copper line rental with standard call rates (only valid on FTTC and G.fast plans). The new voucher is being offered alongside their 525Mbps and 944Mbps plans, which cost £43.99 per month for the first 18 months (£52.99 thereafter) and £49.99 (£57.99 thereafter) respectively.

At the time of writing, Shell doesn’t appear to have updated the T&C’s for their latest promotion, thus we’re unsure about the caveats of this voucher.

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  1. james smith says:

    As much as it may be ‘full fibre’ they throttle speeds. I moved from Sky ADSL to Shell ADSL and the speeds from memory halved. On the phone part things like caller display suddenly stopped working. Other things went down. Shell did not give a F, thankfully I was released from my contract without cost.

  2. John says:

    Good to see the FTTP option appearing from the traditionally lower cost providers now “stop sell” is starting to spread.

    FTTC still seems to be the cheaper option, albeit for slightly less speed, so I suspect many people will stick with that to avoid the hassle of going FTTP until they have to.

  3. Ad47uk says:

    My brother have been with shell for a couple of years now, I must admit when he told me he had gone with them, I thought on no, but top be honest they have been ok and even out of contract they have not raised the price. I don’t know what the customer service is like as we have never had to contact them. Speeds are good when I have tested them.
    the only complaint i would have is with the router, it is awful, not in how it works, but the size and look of it. 🙂

    This is FTTC and not FTTH, if I ever decided to move from plusnet to another FTTC provider, I would look at shell.

  4. ANon says:

    They are truly the most Awful company. Their credit check criteria is extremely high aswell

    1. Ross Boyd says:

      What makes you say that?

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