ADSL24 have announced new pricing for their fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) broadband products which see an increase in their unlimited usage period. The company have decided to increase the unlimited window from midnight back to 8pm, making it ideal for usage in the evenings. Off-peak usage allowances also counted all weekend. In addition to the usage window changing, the setup fee has been reduced to £36 for new activations, and just £26 for migrations away from existing FTTC providers. This reduced setup fee is valid until the end of July when it will return to £99 inc. VAT.
Full product details including up-to 80Meg FTTC for ADSL24 are available here.
In other fibre-broadband offer news, Fido.Net have announced a promotion for startups in celebration of receiving a nomination for Best Business Fixed Broadband at the 2012 ISPA awards. Fido will give businesses 6 months free broadband, usually £35 or £55 per month depending on the fibre-broadband option chosen, and half price installation (£50+VAT). Full details from the Fido.Net newsletter.