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Free fibre based broadband for six months with Plusnet

The competition to get people to sign up to a fibre based broadband service continues and as Plusnet finishes its cashback offer on ADSL2+ a new offer of six months free up to 38 Mbps download (up to 19.5 Mbps upload) fibre based broadband starts.

The latest offer of free fibre applies to both low cost areas and the smaller more expensive areas that Plusnet offer service in, after the six month period the price returns to the standard £14.99 or £22.49 respectively. This latest offer runs until 12th May 2015.

For those close to their fibre cabinet who want some extra speed Fibre Extra is available which will provide up to 76 Mbps download speeds if within a suitable distance of the cabinet and has an offer of £8.99 per month for 6 months then £19.99 per month (outside low cost areas offer is £16.49 rising to £27.49). The Fibre Extra offer is valid until 30th June 2015.

Voice line rental at £15.95 per month is a requirement and includes free evening and weekend calls. The line rental can be reduced to the equivalent of £12.99 per month if you pay it annually, but the free calls are not included with line rental saver.

Comments

Desperate much? their gateways already suck

  • fabrettitd
  • over 2 years ago

I have to day I'd rather they take a harder look at their network. There's still /something/ going on - it's never been the same since late January. Cramming more people on isn't going to help.

  • AndrueC
  • over 2 years ago

It will just get worse, they are even planning launching their own TV service, = less bandwidth per customer

  • tommy45
  • over 2 years ago

Plusnet is starting to look a lot more like the parent company BT, where the customer tends to come last. If this continues I will move to a different provider.

  • njwis
  • over 2 years ago

Be nice to have a fibre cab to be connected too, must be the only street in Grimsby that dont have it :(

  • chefbyte
  • over 2 years ago

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