Insanely fast 1Gb/s Hyperoptic internet £29/month for 9 months (£63 afterwards - 12 months = £450)
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Insanely fast 1Gb/s Hyperoptic internet £29/month for 9 months (£63 afterwards - 12 months = £450)

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Found 18th Jul 2017
Has it installed yesterday, getting 280Mb/s during peak times in compariaon to my old supplier (Relish) giving 2Mb/s at peak times. Free installation within 3 days of placing order.

Available in limited areas.
12 month deal.
Includes connection and set up.
Also includes cost of landline with Evening & Weekend calls.
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Forgot to post the discount code: SAVE9

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Edited by: "Hamedly" 31st Jul 2017
Do you get the full speed off-peak ?
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 18th Jul 2017
Lucky if you can get it although I didn't realise the price shot up that much after the deal period. You in a city somewhere?
I wish the incumbents will wake up to the fact we need better upload speeds. I'd be happy with the 100Mbps symmetrical connection.
Edited by: "welshblob" 18th Jul 2017
You're getting 20% of the advertised speed, and this is a great deal?
BigOrkWaaagh

You're getting 20% of the advertised speed, and this is a great deal?


Yeh come on dis iz amazing.
your upload is faster than your download???
Happy with 100mbps, lol.

I would love to get double figures.
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xstevo99

your upload is faster than your download???


Yes X)
Original Poster
captainbeaky

Do you get the full speed off-peak ?


Peak times have no effect on speed whatsoever.
Try this test, rather than the providers test
speedtest.btwholesale.com/

Also as they are relatively new, the contention ratio may eventually become a problem when you want to use it
258mb upload??? That's nuts!
£37.5pm for that speed is a good deal. Annoying to have to suddenly find £63 a month though..
Hot!
BigOrkWaaagh

You're getting 20% of the advertised speed, and this is a great deal?



Probably on WiFi or using powerline adapters
Hamedly40 m ago

Peak times have no effect on speed whatsoever.


So you never get near to the advertised speed? Confused.com
The upload is the impressive thing there.
I'd love a 1gb/s line but £63 p/m is too much after the promo period
I used them last year in a flat I was renting in London. You don't pay line rental as they run a cable into your property. I couldn't fault them and would definitely use them again if they were available.
Still won't improve online gaming with that ping, mines faster on 52mb. Upload is good though but rest is trash.
jasee

Try this test, rather than the providers test … Try this test, rather than the providers test ;)http://speedtest.btwholesale.com/Also as they are relatively new, the contention ratio may eventually become a problem when you want to use it



Contention ratio would be interesting given they tend to focus on supplying blocks of flats to make the most of their investment. Not sure on what they actually provide to the building which is then shared.
Good to see these providers, to at least give competition to the likes of Virgin, BT etc.
It's not available in my area. I get around 220 down and 12 up with my Virgin Broadband. Ping is around 10ms.
I've just stopped at s friend's flat on London who recently had hyperoptic installed, it's insane.

http://i.imgur.com/ENzX9zMh.jpg
ElGofre

I've just stopped at s friend's flat on London who recently had … I've just stopped at s friend's flat on London who recently had hyperoptic installed, it's insane.



Holy moly.
To get 1gbit you will need a faster nic card. Do they install a new fiber based card in your pc ?
Normal 80mb fibre is good but this would be awesome.
Hyperoptic seems good (but expensive when £63/mo) but I'm happy with my 331/21.
s1m0n1980

To get 1gbit you will need a faster nic card. Do they install a new fiber … To get 1gbit you will need a faster nic card. Do they install a new fiber based card in your pc ?



1Gb/s NICs have been standard for years. And OP must have one because they're getting over 100Mb/s which would be the next tier down.
I am voting hot because with enough pressure you could get your building hooked up.

I'm due (not signed it yet) to move into a flat in Brighton with 17mb speed! I've seen the block is already registering interest so if I do move in I'll start a campaign.
I had it in a flat in central Manchester, it's not that useful on HotUKDeals because HyperOptic will generally only install into apartment blocks and then only if there is registered interest from many tenants.

We didn't have a BT fibre connection in the area and to get Hyper Optic installed took about a year.

p.s. the 1GB up and download was pretty amazing
Just recently had it installed.
Not getting even close to 1gb.
It should be pointed out that wirelessly; you are only going to get 60-70mb max.
But even wired, i was getting 20mb download speeds for the first couple of weeks and then 40-60mb for the past week.
Nowhere near 1gb.

I do get better upload than download speeds too.

Support has not been great since I complained about the speeds either.
2 weeks and I've barely had a response.
I really hope there is a fast and marked improvement on both counts; as my only positive experience so far was with the installation.
Edited by: "brooklynbrawler" 20th Jul 2017
can anyone confirm if this is now expired? I just tried the code and it doesn't work for me.
Original Poster
oshmo8

can anyone confirm if this is now expired? I just tried the code and it … can anyone confirm if this is now expired? I just tried the code and it doesn't work for me.


Hi, found a leaflet at my building's interest with a new code: SAVE9
Good luck
Hi if anyone is interested in signing up you can get £50 credit in your account by clicking on "referred by a friend" in your application. PM me your name and email address for a referral email. Thanks!

I am on the 100MB package and get 99-100MB on wired connection and 88MB on wifi.
Edited by: "hu55ey" 25th Aug 2017
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