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Free unlimited broadband for 12 months from Plusnet
Wednesday 18 November 2015 16:12:33 by Andrew Ferguson

The competition for customers is ramping up once more and this time we have Plusnet who are now offering their unlimited ADSL2+ broadband service free for 12 months, just the voice line rental at £16.99 per month needs paying.

This latest offer ends on the 8th December 2015 and the contract length is 12 months, with the free broadband applying no matter whether in a low-cost area or not. After the 12 months if you stay with Plusnet broadband will be charged at the standard price which is currently £9.99 per month, or £17.49 if outside the low cost areas.

The voice line rental does not come with any inclusive call bundle but there are options to add evening and weekend or anytime call bundles if you want when ordering the service.

Comments

Posted by binary about 1 year ago
This is undoubtedly a good deal... however (and this is hardly a new point) it would be much more refreshing if the 'free/cheap broadband' with a phone line nonsense came to an end - it's a line rental + ADSL broadband bundle that customers are paying their money for.
Posted by tommy45 about 1 year ago
If they didn't give away free broadband they could be competitive with line rental,seeing as they are doing everything they can to get people to buy both data and voice services from them
Posted by generallee94 about 1 year ago
How is its that SkyQ isn't interesting enough because it lacks UHD movies but a boring old Free ADSL offer makes news feed ???
Posted by zyborg47 about 1 year ago
@generallee94, because this website is Thinkbroadband, not thinkTV, you want to see news about Murdoch stuff, then have a look on digital spy.
Posted by generallee94 about 1 year ago
So Sky didn't just announce a new form out home broadband infrastructure that will surely challenge most providers...

last I heard a new router from an ISP made news here, then that router will then also be supplied with TV STB's that will then rebroadcast the network using nothing but the electrical ring its connected to I would deem that Broadband news.
Posted by zyborg47 about 1 year ago
I never realised that Sky announced a new router, if it is like the one they supply now, then it is nothing to get excited about. what would be nice if they announce that they would go back to standard authentication, so people can use what router they want.
Would also be nice if this content grabbing was stopped as well.
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) about 1 year ago
As for a new form of home broadband infrastructure, you are aware that HomePlug is over ten years old and only has 2 Ethernet ports.

Once pricing and details of which broadband product its available on will mention it.
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) about 1 year ago
There is a question to be asked, do the majority of people want me to do the 10 to 20 news items a day to cover everything that lands in my in box?
Posted by zyborg47 about 1 year ago
Nope, for a start it would take you too long and it would load the front page up.
I think it is fine the way it is.
Posted by Kebabselector about 1 year ago
If the 10-20 items are relevant then I guess they would appear - Thanks for filtering the c... Andrew!
Posted by generallee94 about 1 year ago
lmao ok....
Posted by BREWERDAVE about 1 year ago
PN reduce the cost......by reducing customer service support to zero !!!
Posted by momist about 1 year ago
@BREWERDAVE, The few times I've had to use their customer support it has been very, very good indeed. Sure, there's a delay due to the usual phone queue, but once through they seem knowledgeable and helpful. That's much better than most call centres.
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