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Free broadband for a year from Fuel Broadband
Wednesday 26 November 2014 10:53:10 by Andrew Ferguson

Fuel Broadband (aka Primus Saver) has escalated the broadband competition another step by now offering free broadband for 12 months on a 12 month contract, all you have to pay is the £15 per month voice line rental.

The US practice of having lots of sales during Thanksgiving week is now firmly rooted into the UK consumer psyche, so keep an eye on our broadband offers page for all the latest offers and with cyber Monday coming soon there may be a chance to pick up some broadband bargains. For those Christmas shopping for a tablet, the Amazon offers on Kindle HDX tablets are very good currently, with the 7" Wi-Fi with 3G/4G Kindle HDX selling for £119 rather than the standard £269.


Posted by Dixinormous about 1 year ago
Wrong routed/rooted, surely? :)
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) about 1 year ago
Switched out a U for an O, anyone need a spare one now.
Posted by TheEulerID about 1 year ago
If we adopted another American practice of pronouncing "route" as "rout", that homonymic spelling error would be much less likely. Not that I'm recommending it. I've already - pointlessly - moaned about other adopted Americanisms.

(nb. that US pronunciation used to be anything but universal. In the song "Route 66" it is, of course, pronounces as in "root").

Just some musing for a wet Wednesday.

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