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Price cut

UK ISP Plusnet has launched a new promotion that cuts the price of their unlimited ‘up to’ 38Mbps (FTTC) “fibre broadband” and phone line rental bundle from £33.98 to just £22.99 a month for the first 18 months of service (new customers). The £25 one-off action fee has also been removed.

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2017/10/isp-plusnet-drops-38mbps-fttc-broadband-phone-bundle-2...

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Re: Price cut

Fat lot of good that is to the long suffering "old" users.....  about time Plusnet recognised their core of "old" users and give us a bonus for supporting them for so long,.

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Re: Price cut

With the 2Mpbs upload and 18 month contract they can keep it...

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Re: Price cut


shutter wrote:

about time Plusnet recognised their core of "old" users and give us a bonus for supporting them


Other ISP's seem to recognise this in their ads when they make a point of saying offers are available for new and current users.

Obviously this is aimed squarely at BT and plusnet who plainly couldn't care less about their old customers.

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Re: Price cut

The only really way to make savings is for customers to switch after their contract deals run out, otherwise no ones going to offer you anything as you are willing to stay anyways.

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St3 wrote:

The only really way to make savings is for customers to switch after their contract deals run out


The only really way to make savings is for plusnet customers to switch after their contract deals run out

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Re: Price cut

And that's what I'm seriously considering. The 'up' speed (2) isn't enough for this day and age and if it comes to it I won't be renewing my contract. It seems that new customers can get the deals but existing customers are left in the cold. 

I'll see what happens when my contract is close to being ended.

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