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Our Best Ever Price for Unlimited Broadband

Our Best Ever Price for Unlimited Broadband

Our Best Ever Price for Unlimited Broadband

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing great value home phone and broadband packages, we have launched a new deal offering unlimited broadband for £2.50 a month. From today, (Boxing Day), you’ll see Joe back behind the smoothies’ counter on a TV set near you. He’ll be talking about the benefits of unlimited broadband through the medium of giant juice drinks! We found out that 78% of people say they find getting a good deal satisfying so this offer gives broadband users a real chance to get the most for their money on broadband. Plusnet’s latest deal runs until 25th February and offers:

  • £2.50 Unlimited Broadband
  • Unlimited broadband £2.50 per month for the first twelve months with a Plusnet phone line
  • Normally £9.99 per month
  • Line rental from £10.99 per month (paid annually, otherwise £14.50 per month)
  • To claim this offer customers should visit www.plus.net

Take a look at the Plusnet website for more information on the deals. Research conducted by Bryter on behalf of Plusnet August 2013 with 2,036 overall UK respondents. Terms and Conditions: Unlimited Broadband £2.50 a month for the first 12 months. Normally £9.99 a month. Available to new Plusnet customers who sign up to an 18 month contract for Plusnet Unlimited broadband with a Plusnet home phone package from £14.50 (including line rental and UK* weekend calls) a month. For customers signing up by 25th February 2014 at www.plus.net. If you live in a low cost area and take Plusnet line rental at £14.50 a month you pay £2.50 a month for 12 months, then £9.99 a month from month 13 (otherwise £9.50 a month for the first 12 months, then £16.99 a month from month 13 ). If you need a new phone line installing at your property, there is a £49.99 installation charge. *UK means 01, 02, 03, 0845 & 0870 numbers. Exclusions apply. Payment by Direct Debit required. £5.99 charge for router delivery, should you choose one.

 

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