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Hyperoptic broadband sale: £20 pm / 50 Mbps - 12 month contract and no contract on 150 Mbps and 1Gb plan
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Hyperoptic broadband sale: £20 pm / 50 Mbps - 12 month contract and no contract on 150 Mbps and 1Gb plan

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Posted 19th Aug

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Hyperoptic have increased their base speed from 30 Mbps down / 1 Mbps up to 50 Mbps down / 5 Mbps up. The price has also reduced to £20 pm on a 12 month contract, or £23 a month with a monthly rolling contract.

All existing hyperoptic 20 Mbps / 30 Mbps also recieve a free upgrade to the 50 Mbps plan.

The 150 Mbps plan has reduced to £26 pm on a monthly rolling contract, which is the same price as the 12 month contract but there is no commitment.

Likewise the 1 Gb plan has also reduced to £45 a month, with a rolling monthly contract, which is also the same price as the 12 month contract option, but you do not need to go into a lengthy contract.

If you want a landline, it is an extra £1 a month on 12 month deals and an extra £3 a month for monthly rolling deals.
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deleted1794533
Very limited deal. I registered my interest many years ago. With the rate they are expanding, I can see the 5g side making them irrelevant.
5g looks great, in practice it won't perform as we're being told. Hyperoptic and other line vendors is still relevant as I still want a physical connection from my router to their exchanges for stability and latency reasons. 5g will unlikely be stable enough in the majority of cases.
About 18 months ago they wrote to us stating they have applied for the owners permission to have our apartment building wired up. When I contacted our management agency. They stated they have heard nothing from them!

I think with the roll roll out 5G they will become irrelevant.
So wish they connect me so I can leave virgin
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deleted1794533
Very limited deal. I registered my interest many years ago. With the rate they are expanding, I can see the 5g side making them irrelevant.
Not available in my area
About 18 months ago they wrote to us stating they have applied for the owners permission to have our apartment building wired up. When I contacted our management agency. They stated they have heard nothing from them!

I think with the roll roll out 5G they will become irrelevant.
mooo19/08/2019 09:57

About 18 months ago they wrote to us stating they have applied for the …About 18 months ago they wrote to us stating they have applied for the owners permission to have our apartment building wired up. When I contacted our management agency. They stated they have heard nothing from them! I think with the roll roll out 5G they will become irrelevant.


Even now three unlimited data sim is a good option rather than Hyperoptic. After three enrolls 5G network, I think Hyperoptic will have to RollBack their business. By the way same letter they sent it to our building and nothing on ground actually. Waste of time.
5g looks great, in practice it won't perform as we're being told. Hyperoptic and other line vendors is still relevant as I still want a physical connection from my router to their exchanges for stability and latency reasons. 5g will unlikely be stable enough in the majority of cases.
Been with Hyperopic since 2016 on the 20/now 30mb package, rock solid connection, so pleased to see it'll be upgraded to 50mb & more importantly the upload being upped to 5mb as that was probably my only gripe, but couldn't really complain as I was on a decent retention deal
So wish they connect me so I can leave virgin
Really wish this would come to my building...

Awaiting building permission

We are yet to receive permission to install Hyperoptic Full Fibre broadband to your building


Been sitting at this status for the longest time
Star-Lord19/08/2019 11:32

Really wish this would come to my building...Awaiting building …Really wish this would come to my building...Awaiting building permissionWe are yet to receive permission to install Hyperoptic Full Fibre broadband to your buildingBeen sitting at this status for the longest time



Welcome to my world. I have been waiting for 18 months so far! I dunno what is the cause of the delay.
I'm really tempted with 150mb offer I still got my contract with bt till February but I'm really wishing to get 150mb download and upload speed.
Star-Lord19/08/2019 11:32

Really wish this would come to my building...Awaiting building …Really wish this would come to my building...Awaiting building permissionWe are yet to receive permission to install Hyperoptic Full Fibre broadband to your buildingBeen sitting at this status for the longest time


- Building has been assessed
- Building has been surveyed
- Building permission granted

-Fibre has been ordered

The fibre has been ordered to connect your building to our network. Please be aware this takes between 3-9 months.

Still waiting forever even on the next step up...
Magurdrac19/08/2019 12:52

- Building has been assessed- Building has been surveyed- Building …- Building has been assessed- Building has been surveyed- Building permission granted-Fibre has been orderedThe fibre has been ordered to connect your building to our network. Please be aware this takes between 3-9 months.Still waiting forever even on the next step up...


They told me that if I order now it would be install in 2 days time.
emrahsener5419/08/2019 12:58

They told me that if I order now it would be install in 2 days time.


I just assumed it would be quicker... I'm sure they said it was on its way like 18 months ago.

I've not ordered, but I check in on the progress every now and then.
Nice. Just waiting for my BT contract to run out in September. Currently paying 32.5 for 50 mbps on an 18 month contract

Quite weird on the 150 mbps package though. Why would someone get into a contract at the same price as a rolling deal
Edited by: "MentalFloss" 19th Aug
esensitive19/08/2019 10:16

Even now three unlimited data sim is a good option rather than Hyperoptic. …Even now three unlimited data sim is a good option rather than Hyperoptic. After three enrolls 5G network, I think Hyperoptic will have to RollBack their business. By the way same letter they sent it to our building and nothing on ground actually. Waste of time.


If you think 5g is the future then you obviously haven't read into it properly - achieving stable 5G in homes will be very tricky given all the walls. The hype around 5G for consumers is over-rated.

PS - lots of love from me towards Hyperoptic, been with them for 3 years and never had an issue. On 150mb atm and the speeds are
Edited by: "hrking2000" 19th Aug
Will have better hope with virgin media than hyperoptic to get 1gbps
A wireless/celluar service won't rival FTTP/B for stability, potential throughput and latency. And companies like Hyperoptic, Community Fibre, etc., have probably put a bit of thought into rolling out physical infrastructure despite 5G's imminent arrival.
MentalFloss19/08/2019 14:06

Nice. Just waiting for my BT contract to run out in September. Currently …Nice. Just waiting for my BT contract to run out in September. Currently paying 32.5 for 50 mbps on an 18 month contractQuite weird on the 150 mbps package though. Why would someone get into a contract at the same price as a rolling deal


Yeah, this isn't clear to me at all. The T&Cs of the 12 month package offer no protection against price increases (other than 30 days' notice) so why bother?
MentalFloss19/08/2019 14:06

Nice. Just waiting for my BT contract to run out in September. Currently …Nice. Just waiting for my BT contract to run out in September. Currently paying 32.5 for 50 mbps on an 18 month contractQuite weird on the 150 mbps package though. Why would someone get into a contract at the same price as a rolling deal


First month same then changes to 38 I asked that as well.

Also 20 quid one off charge
eastonch19/08/2019 10:25

5g looks great, in practice it won't perform as we're being told. …5g looks great, in practice it won't perform as we're being told. Hyperoptic and other line vendors is still relevant as I still want a physical connection from my router to their exchanges for stability and latency reasons. 5g will unlikely be stable enough in the majority of cases.


5g needs to hit under a maximum latency of 4ms otherwise it can't be called 5g as it doesn't meet the spec. All standard copper lines can't beat this and a lot of fibre networks aren't much better than sub 4ms to the exchange either.
emrahsener5419/08/2019 15:38

First month same then changes to 38 I asked that as well.Also 20 quid one …First month same then changes to 38 I asked that as well.Also 20 quid one off charge


You mean the 150 mbps rolling package is 26 only for the first month and then 38 from the next month?
hrking200019/08/2019 14:19

If you think 5g is the future then you obviously haven't read into it …If you think 5g is the future then you obviously haven't read into it properly - achieving stable 5G in homes will be very tricky given all the walls. The hype around 5G for consumers is over-rated.PS - lots of love from me towards Hyperoptic, been with them for 3 years and never had an issue. On 150mb atm and the speeds are


A friend told me he always gets 200 mbps on the 150 package, is it the same for you?
MentalFloss19/08/2019 15:46

You mean the 150 mbps rolling package is 26 only for the first month and …You mean the 150 mbps rolling package is 26 only for the first month and then 38 from the next month?


Yes
Can any admin explain why none of the previous Hyperoptic deals are visible?
I'm sure it was 23 quid for 150mb and 38 quid for 1gb speed till yesterday.
Somehow all deals are dissapperead from the website.
emrahsener5419/08/2019 16:12

Yes


That's terrible, and totally not clear from the T&Cs. They confirmed that over the phone/on chat?
All I can see is £29 for 150mb, monthly rolling contract, how to get that for £26, please?

BTW, their service has deteriorated significantly over the last few months. I'm already on 150mb and I get much less nowadays, plus a lot of websites think I'm surfing either from India or Romania which is a pain and I have to use VPN to revert back to UK. They tried to explain to me it was not their fault, something about IPs and DNS servers, I didn't quite get their explanation. In the past there was no problem contacting their customer service but now I didn't receive a call back for a few days after requesting one as I wanted to report problems with the speed of my connection. Thanks for reminding me, I'll give them another call.

Edit: BTW its £29 for 12 months then £41.
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Edited by: "Bervaglio" 19th Aug
ignition1519/08/2019 18:23

That's terrible, and totally not clear from the T&Cs. They confirmed that …That's terrible, and totally not clear from the T&Cs. They confirmed that over the phone/on chat?


Over the phone
To be honest I expected more from a Openreach competitor in London on Threes 5G launch day

I guess the advantage is month to month contract
Can't see these prices for my postcode, 150 Mbps shows £38 and 50 Mbps shows £24
I live in a building which has Hyperoptic available, but I see 29 quid for 150 Mbps (rolling) and 26 for 50Mbps. 48 pcm for the 900Mbps/1Gbps. Not quite what the OP gets but considering it as when my old provider (Vodafone) gets out of contract they jack up the price
Not available on Kentish Town
Bervaglio19/08/2019 19:25

All I can see is £29 for 150mb, monthly rolling contract, how to get that …All I can see is £29 for 150mb, monthly rolling contract, how to get that for £26, please?BTW, their service has deteriorated significantly over the last few months. I'm already on 150mb and I get much less nowadays, plus a lot of websites think I'm surfing either from India or Romania which is a pain and I have to use VPN to revert back to UK. They tried to explain to me it was not their fault, something about IPs and DNS servers, I didn't quite get their explanation. In the past there was no problem contacting their customer service but now I didn't receive a call back for a few days after requesting one as I wanted to report problems with the speed of my connection. Thanks for reminding me, I'll give them another call.Edit: BTW its £29 for 12 months then £41.[Image]


To get 26pm, you need to select Broadband only (no phone) on the 12 month contract
MentalFloss19/08/2019 15:47

A friend told me he always gets 200 mbps on the 150 package, is it the … A friend told me he always gets 200 mbps on the 150 package, is it the same for you?


Yeah I consistently get arout 170mb hardwired and on 5ghz. No complaints from me, I renewed a couple of months ago and pay £28 - great price for great speed.
MentalFloss19/08/2019 15:47

A friend told me he always gets 200 mbps on the 150 package, is it the … A friend told me he always gets 200 mbps on the 150 package, is it the same for you?


Closer to 160 down, 170 up for me.
deleted179453319/08/2019 09:45

Very limited deal. I registered my interest many years ago. With the rate …Very limited deal. I registered my interest many years ago. With the rate they are expanding, I can see the 5g side making them irrelevant.


5G performing like the optical fiber is just a dream for now ;-)
Make sure your equipment can handle the highest speeds. No point in paying for 150mbs when your computer can't handle more than 50 - I've yet to see a provider make any mention of this!!
BigNyj20/08/2019 17:26

Make sure your equipment can handle the highest speeds. No point in paying …Make sure your equipment can handle the highest speeds. No point in paying for 150mbs when your computer can't handle more than 50 - I've yet to see a provider make any mention of this!!


Most hardware from the last 3-4 shouldn't have problems with 150 mbps. 1 gbps definitely could
Not available in my current home but hoping to move out into a flat what has it. Can’t wait
tkenny19/08/2019 10:58

Been with Hyperopic since 2016 on the 20/now 30mb package, rock solid …Been with Hyperopic since 2016 on the 20/now 30mb package, rock solid connection, so pleased to see it'll be upgraded to 50mb & more importantly the upload being upped to 5mb as that was probably my only gripe, but couldn't really complain as I was on a decent retention deal


My contract with hyperopic is ending in a month. Can you share what kind of retention deal I can expect?
deleted179453319/08/2019 09:45

Very limited deal. I registered my interest many years ago. With the rate …Very limited deal. I registered my interest many years ago. With the rate they are expanding, I can see the 5g side making them irrelevant.


In a few years 5G will be as slow as 4G is now, just like how 4G has slowed too speeds less than 3G.

It's the mobile networks overall capacity not the technology that it's provided with that makes the difference.
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