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Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

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Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

I voted 40/10
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

What a pointless poll I prefer the one I'm on  Huh
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

Pointless poll as most people will say the fastest product  they can get  Wink 
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

40/2 Smiley
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

OR only offer 80/20, 40/10 & 40/2, Plusnet's 'old' product (40/20) is 80/20 with download limited at PlusNet network.
Apart from 40/20, 40/10 & 40/2 no other options have any validity, since 40/20 is no longer being offered this is a straight choice between 40/10 and 40/2 - obviously the majority would prefer 40/10 (until you put a price against each option at least).

If you're going to include options such as 20/10 and 20/5 then I vote for 65/25 since that would pretty much make the best of my line  Cheesy
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

A better question would have been "If Plusnet's base product is 40/2, would you be prepared to pay a bit more for 40/10?".
If it were priced between 40/2 and 80/20, yes, I'd pay a bit more.
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

After a quick look:
BT 40/10
AAISP 40/10
EE 40/10
John Lewis 40/2
Origin 40/2
Plusnet 40/2
Sky 40/10
Talk Talk 40/2
Virgin media 50/3
Vodafone 40/10
Zen 40/10

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Good info Strat. I hope this doesn't become a trend for ISP's. As our reliance on cloud based services increases, more and more people will demand faster upload speeds. It just seems a backward step to be limiting upload speed to a tenth of what it was on the given plan.
2Mbps versus 10Mbps is a significant enough difference for me that it would certainly make me change providers.
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

U forget to add strat - Entanet 40/10 but goodness me Gigler Service in Bournemouth area get 1000/500 fiber!  Shocked
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

I would have liked the 40/10 option but given that I am in a contract at present I am stuck with Plusnet
However compared to BT I have 80/20 cheaper than 40/10
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

Bit strange odd that sky offering 100/20 (Seethelight FTTC)
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I assume you aren't on a market 1 exchange Oldjim?
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Re: Plusnet Product on Fibre (The cheaper product)

Dead right otherwise I probably wouldn't be with Plusnet