Can I upgrade to fibre at a new customer price?
I'm still on ADSL at £20 per month, but would like to upgrade to 36 Mb fibre, which is available at £22.99 per month for new customers, but is a hefty £35.98 for existing customers.
My current contract runs out in September 2020, and through my Plusnet control panel I do have the option to extend my contract on ADSL broadband for the same price. But there's no option for fibre at a discounted rate.
Also, there's a possibility I may be moving house in the next six months, with no guarantee that fibre will be available in that area. What happens then? If I do sign up to fibre, but then find out my new home doesn't have the option, will I be downgraded to ADSL, and if so at what price?
Re: Can I upgrade to fibre at a new customer price?
Maybe try waiting till your contract runs out and then see when price it shows for upgrade in your plusnet portal. I upgrade last week from fibre to fibre extra and the portal gave me price lower than I was paying previously for a slower product. But I was out of contract so maybe that's why it showed me the lower price.