We’re delighted to announce that our phone and broadband customer service is now Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended.
An incredible 91% of surveyed readers who have a Plusnet phone and broadband package felt that the package represented good value for money, with 82% saying that they would definitely or probably recommend Plusnet to a friend.
A questionnaire developed by the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute, was sent to the readers asking them to comment on their package in four main areas. Performance, overall acceptability, propensity to purchase and whether they’d recommend the service were the areas queried.
Today staff at Plusnet will join those from other companies across the region to ‘Wear it Yellow’ and celebrate the upcoming Grand Départ.
It was recently announced that music streamed online will count toward the charts for the first time. The first chart to include streams will be unveiled this Sunday July 6th.
The move is seen as positive by the music industry because it represents the progression of consumer habits.
It’s the 50th anniversary of Silverstone this weekend as the British Grand Prix takes place and so Plusnet thought we would take a look at how broadband internet, computers and technology have also revolutionised how teams perform on the track.
Whilst social media has played a significant role in helping fans peek behind the scenes, which we will be covering in a future blog with F1 Team Caterham, it is undoubtedly the work in the offices of each team that provides the thrills and success on the track for fans to enjoy. Being able to communicate internally and externally through email, as well as receiving in-race data at an almost instantaneous rate, is a necessity and can mean the difference between winning and losing.
Astronomy has long struggled to get the airtime it deserves. Every once in a while a story will come along and make the headlines for a few days, but then it fades back to the sidelines again. However, programmes such as Stargazing Live and The Sky at Night have made astronomy much more appealing to the casual viewer and inspired generations just as Carl Sagan’s Cosmos: A Personal Voyage did on the BBC a few decades ago.
Here at Plusnet we're always trying to use clever open source things to make our lives easier. Sometimes we write our own and make other people's lives easier too!
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