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Broadband ISP File Sanctuary Cuts UK FTTP and SOGEA Prices

Tuesday, Sep 12th, 2023 (7:18 am) - Score 688
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Internet provider File Sanctuary has just informed us that they’re lowering prices for both new and existing customers on their Openreach based Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) and SOGEA (FTTC) broadband packages. The ISP is also dropping the price with immediate effect for those who are mid-contract – the opposite of what big ISPs do.

As usual, all of their full fibre (FTTP) plans come with a free standard installation, IPv4 and IPv6 support, unlimited usage, optional static IPs, and a short minimum contract term of just 12 months. The packages don’t include a free bundled router, but they do offer several pre-configured options at an extra cost if you need one.

Cheaper File Sanctuary Packages

SOGEA 67Mbps: was £39.60, now £36

FTTP 67Mbps: was £40.80, now £36

FTTP 150Mbps: was £43.20, now £39

FTTP 300Mbps: was £45.60, now £42

FTTP 500Mbps: was £50.40, now £48

FTTP 900Mbps: was £55.20, now £54

The WiFi 6 capable router options they provide are all from Zyxel (DX5301-B2 for £150 or DX3301-T0 for £84) and they also offer Mesh WiFi extenders if you need them, at another additional charge.

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5 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Andrew says:

    I mean FTTP 67Mbps: was £40.80, now £36 is still very expensive for the speed you get

    1. Mark-Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Worth considering that those are their standard prices, while big ISPs often put heavily discounted rates for the first contract term on their packages. So if you’re somebody who is less likely to switch around, then a more stable standard rate may be more attractive longer-term.

    2. Avatar photo Phil says:

      SoGEA 80/20 should be around £20 a month these day now! I undersatand why £16 more because it still paying the line to Openreach.

  2. Avatar photo Anonymous says:

    Aren’t they just reselling ICUK and if so, they’re still more expensive than ICUKs in-house cix brand

  3. Avatar photo Ad47uk says:

    Never heard of them and at those prices I can understand why

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