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New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

jmcm
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Registered: ‎21-03-2014

New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

When will existing customers be able to upgrade to the new Hub One router?
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scottymc
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Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

Renew your contract and get it for free plus p&p
Timalay
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Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

I renewed just over a money ago, and got a Plusnet Hub One.
jmcm
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Registered: ‎21-03-2014

Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

what difference to your existing contract digit make? or did you negotiate same terms?Huh
dnpark38
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Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

For I'm paying £37 a month it will be cheaper for me to move I guess to be a new customer with another ISP.
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jordanc1230
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Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

You can get the Hub One at any time from plusnet for £99.99 or as suggested recontract and get it free. I recontracted from ADSL to Fibre 40/2 as only £10 a month same as was paying for adsl and they gave me Hub One and waived the postage charge. Can't see many people if any at all paying £99.99 as their are other routers aviliable at that price.
dnpark38
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Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

Can't imagine anyone paying £100 for one.
Just signing up for another 18 months at £37 would seem stupid when one can start afresh with someone else a lot cheaper and receive their hub.
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Timalay
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Registered: ‎02-05-2010

Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

I'm on a broadband only contract (my parents pay for the line rental), and only pay £19.99 for the up to 76Mb package.  While not as cheep as you can for those speeds, it's still pretty good price for broadband only.  I don't think is to bad (a lot cheaper than some of the other broadband only providers out there).
PembsPanther
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Re: New Hub One for existing Fibre customers

They are on Ebay most of the tiem and go for around £35, don't pay £100 for one, mine has been ok so far with no reall issues apart from it refusing to talk to my own Asus router that is! They are very basic and lack a lot server side, not worth £100 of anyones money but £35ish on Ebay yeah.