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These speeds are based on information collected from ISPs over time - In light of the new advertising standards on broadband speeds, until ISPs publish updated packages we can update, we would strongly urge you to check the product offering from the ISPs directly prior to subscribing to any service.

WarwickNet broadband deals can be found below in the packages section. It is the responsibility of the service provider to advise us of any changes to this data, however if you find any errors, please contact us.

ISP Details

Name WarwickNet
Legal Name Information WarwickNet Limited
Company Type UK Limited Company
Company Group Information WarwickNet Limited
ISPA Member Information Small
Ofcom Code of Practice Information False
Migration Support Information Inbound and Outbound
Rating 5_empty_stars compare this ISP to others
Links Homepage | Business Broadband

Contact Details

Sales E-Mail
Sales Telephone +44 (0)24 7699 7222 ( Geographic (e.g. 020) )
Mon - Fri (unknown) | Sat (unknown) | Sun (unknown)
Support E-Mail
Support Telephone +44 (0)24 7699 7222 ( Geographic (e.g. 020) )
Mon - Fri (unknown) | Sat (unknown) | Sun (unknown)
You need to select a Usage Profile which best describes how much you think you will download from the Internet. If you are unsure, you should probably select "Home Light" or "Home Medium". It may be worth discussing this with other members of your household as some activity (e.g. downloading movies online) can increase the usage significantly.

Packages (based on 3 GB transfer) - incl. 20% VAT

Package Name Speed Category Setup Cost Monthly Cost Quarterly Yearly
VDSL 100/30 Faster £120.00 £240.00 £720.00 £2880.00
Home Max 5GB 16 Meg £48.00 £24.00 £72.00 £216.00
VDSL 40/5 20+ Meg £120.00 £72.00 £216.00 £864.00
VDSL 60/10 50+ Meg £120.00 £120.00 £360.00 £1440.00
VDSL 80/20 50+ Meg £120.00 £180.00 £540.00 £2160.00
red prices indicated packages with usage based pricing (the more you download, the more it costs)

Dispute Resolution

Ofcom requires all communication providers to be a member of an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) scheme. This is to allow residential and small business providers with access to a prompt and independent resolution when there is a dispute with their communications provider. CISAS and Ombudsman Services are the two approved schemes.
Ombudsman Services False

Network Details

IPv6 support True
Multicast support False