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Sky FTTC £7.50 per month 12m contract

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Registered: 02-02-2013

Sky FTTC £7.50 per month 12m contract

~Hmm Now it  looks like only  6 months at £7.50~
Seems sky are going aggressively after market share.
http://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2014/03/uk-isp-sky-broadband-drops-superfast-fibre-price-gbp7-50.html
Just waiting To see what plusnet come up with  Wink Smiley
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alanf
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Re: Sky FTTC £7.50 per month 12m contract

And according to the most recent Ofcom report BSkyB has far fewer complaints per 1000 broadband customers than BT Retail (report does not include Plusnet customers with BT figures). It seems that BT's push for growth in customer numbers has been at the expense of service quality. I wonder if the situation will reverse if customers move in droves to BSkyB.
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Re: Sky FTTC £7.50 per month 12m contract

Quote from: alanf
push for growth in customer numbers has been at the expense of service quality

I don't think any ISP service has avoided that.
redsetter
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Re: Sky FTTC £7.50 per month 12m contract

plus the line rental,thankfully bt basics is only £5.10 a month with £4.50 calls,with plusnet at £5.99 on top that does me fine.
FTTC isnt available here although nearby estates have the cabinets,fairford leys seems to have presented a technical problem from reports.