Plusnet has changed its unlimited fibre broadband offer from £5 per month for six months to FREE for the first six months. The free offer applies to both the low cost and rural area pricing, so that after the six months the majority will pay £14.99 per month and those outside the low cost areas will be pay £22.49. The free broadband offer is scheduled to end on 27th August 2015.
The fibre service is an up to 38 Mbps download and up to 2 Mbps upload product, and requires voice line rental to be paid at £15.95 per month, though this increases to £16.99 per month on 2nd September 2015. The phone service includes free evening and weekend calls to 01, 02 & 03 UK landline numbers and free calls to other Plusnet customers.
While Plusnet does not offer its fibre service directly where Openreach native FTTP is the superfast broadband option available (service is normally provisioned using FTTC - VDSL2), existing Plusnet customers can upgrade, or you can join Plusnet on an ADSL2+ based service and migrate products subsequently.