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New Hyperoptic ultrafast and hyperfast broadband offers
Monday 17 August 2015 08:57:27 by Andrew Ferguson

The UK broadband market is such that even if you can get a 100 Mbps or Gigabit (1000 Mbps) broadband service it still has to be at the right price and Hyperoptic has rejigged its offers with new lower price points but for a six month period rather than a 12 month period.

  • The 100 Mbps symmetric service with a phone line is now available for £9 per month for the first six months then £22 per month.
  • The symmetric Gigabit service is £22 per month for six months then £47 per month.

In both cases a 12 month contract applies and voice line rental is £16 per month. For those that don't want a telephone line or are happy making use of VoIP then there are broadband only offers too (e.g. 100 Mbps for £22/month for six months then £35 per month), but offset by a £40 set-up fee.

Hyperoptic is available in well over 100,000 apartments and is expanding across the UK our broadband map includes markers on the postcodes where the service is available.

Comments

Posted by ian72 about 1 year ago
For all those people wanting broadband only rather than paying for a voice line the offers are interesting. My calcs suggest a year with phone line on 100Mb/s is £378 compared to £382 without the phone. So, £4 more to not have a phone line. Slightly cheaper after the offers but not much.
Posted by WWWombat about 1 year ago
The thing about "voice line rental" surprised me, but only when the line added "For those ... happy to use VoIP ..."

Isn't Hyperoptic's voice service a VoIP one? Through an analogue adapter on the back of the interface box?

Does the line "For those ... happy making use of VoIP" really target those happy to use an independent voip service?
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) about 1 year ago
Yes but could have added happy to use voip where they have sourced kit/ set it up themselves or just use Skype
Posted by Croftie about 1 year ago
Bloody bargain, I'd rip their hand off for that Gigabit service. Damn shame it's not available here.
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