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£35 cashback on Plusnet up to 38 Mbps fibre based broadband
Wednesday 28 January 2015 09:47:44 by Andrew Ferguson

Want to upgrade to fibre based broadband, then the £35 cashback incentive from PlusNet on top of the existing price offer on its up to 38 Mbps (up to 19 Mbps uploads) may prove attractive and is available until 10th February 2015

  • Unlimited fibre based broadband
  • £3.75 per month for 6 months, then £14.99 per month
  • Includes free evening and weekend calls to UK landlines
  • If not in a Plusnet low cost area after six months you will pay £22.49 a month
  • Voice line rental required at £15.95 per month
  • Line rental saver at equivalent of £12.99 per month available


Posted by jelv over 2 years ago
People might like to check out the Plusnet community forums to see how often people have issues getting paid the cashback from previous offers!
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) over 2 years ago
For those who have ordered via one of our links and are having problems then happy enough to chase for people.
Posted by astateoftrance over 2 years ago
Good deal for low cost area but for other areas then BT will actually be slightly cheaper.
Posted by zyborg47 over 2 years ago
Nothing on their page about this, even if you follow the links.
Posted by professor973 over 2 years ago
No good for those not in a low cost area. people in Market 1 areas can get better deals with NO contract tie-in or upfront rental and cheaper calls.
Posted by reidofloch over 2 years ago
Plusnet/ BT are unable to provide decent broadband
in most rural areas. Make sure you are not being ripped off with the pricing.
In this area the best you will get is -
Down TBB Down HTTPx6 Upstream
0.46 Mbps 0.33 Mbps 0.19 Mbps
and we can see the Exchange from our window.
They do not appear to have any service improvments planned in the near future.
Posted by NetGuy over 2 years ago
@reidofloch - it's not an especially Plus.Net issue though, it will be affecting all ISPs equally, and Openreach is the culprit. I lived with 0.16 Mbps for months (faulty dropwire - perished insulation) and then when that was fixed it went to 2.5 Mbps, only to drop to 1.5 Mbps when ADSL 2+ upgrade took place at the exchange.

Not sure how your speeds are so poor - could there be electrical interference from a phone extension or electric fence, etc? Something to consider in the Forums, or try AAISP and their "cure your problems" offer.
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