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Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

NorthEasterner
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Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

Hi all,
I a currently on Plusnet Extra fibre, I pretty much regret it now Sad as we never go up to 40GB. and not bothered about speed!
I am renting a house for a year and my it would go up by 12 months in april. I am so wondering when I move into my new build house (pernament) (not a cable area) in oct 2013, should I migrate to BT? Would there be any charges for the house move when I leave? Also I am moving to rent before april so would the fee be waived by oct 13?
Any help appreciated!
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Re: Thinking of leaving then joining BT infinity option 1. Help needed

You're probably in an 18 month contract on Extra Fibre

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Re: Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

If you leave after 12 months then all charges are waived. Just speaking to an online plusnet representative
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Re: Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

Your router charges etc are waived.. I suspect you'll need to cover 6 months of product cost e.g. 6 x 19.99

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Re: Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

Not quite the charges are per month remaining are http://www.plus.net/info2/legal/price_guide.html#fibre Table 9
Plusnet Value Fibre £4.25 (£4 if you signed up before 14/08/2012)
Plusnet Extra Fibre £5.50
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Re: Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

oh much cheaper, something to have in mind Wink

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Re: Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

My Daughter use to hog up the data allowance of 40GB but now she is at university, for 3 years.  I am thinking of either taking Sky unlimited Fibre or BT infinity option 1? Can  someone recommend? which ISP have fewer internet problems?
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Re: Moving house, Should I stay with PN or migrate to BT Infinity?

One thing to throw into the equation, if you have, or will get, SKY+HD and use On Demand Catch-up, you will use a lot of GB.
Since I resurrected my SKY subs a month ago, with a very special offer from them when they rang me, I have used loads of GB !!!!!
Mostly overnight Unlimited of course. Catching up on series I have partially missed.