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Plus net Unlimited for £19.99pm (18m + £5 activation fee plus £60 Plusnet Reward Card) - £364.82
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Plus net Unlimited for £19.99pm (18m + £5 activation fee plus £60 Plusnet Reward Card) - £364.82

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Posted 6th Oct

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£19.99 a month for 18 months includes line rental also you get £60 Plusnet Reward Card i had plu net before and if you have trouble it’s uk based call centre you can’t beat that
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It's poor value.. you get FTTC fibre broadband deals at cheaper effective monthly cost
hi0parag06/10/2019 09:39

It's poor value.. you get FTTC fibre broadband deals at cheaper effective …It's poor value.. you get FTTC fibre broadband deals at cheaper effective monthly cost


And for the majority that can't get FTTC or FTTP it is....
Recently renewed with Plusnet again for another year. I pay £19.95 a month for broadband, line rental and anytime calls.
Every year i just look up cheapest deals on comparison sites and Plusnet either match them or come very close.
Methos06/10/2019 09:40

And for the majority that can't get FTTC or FTTP it is....


Isn't this one on mse cheaper than this deal ?

moneysavingexpert.com/phones/cheap-broadband/

You'll pay £15.90/mth for broadband and line rental before any call or new-line costs, so a total of £190.80 over the 12-month contract – plus you can claim a £50 Amazon voucher. If you'd have spent £50 with Amazon anyway, factor the voucher in and it's an equiv £11.74/mth.
Edited by: "hi0parag" 6th Oct
If you go via cashback sites there would be an even cheaper deal .. I have always found deals on cashback sites that beat MSE deals. Just FYI..
Biker.Jeff06/10/2019 09:43

Recently renewed with Plusnet again for another year. I pay £19.95 a month …Recently renewed with Plusnet again for another year. I pay £19.95 a month for broadband, line rental and anytime calls.Every year i just look up cheapest deals on comparison sites and Plusnet either match them or come very close.


How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they wouldn't do a good deal for me, they wouldn't budge.
Biker.Jeff must have the gift of the gab....
superpanda06/10/2019 09:53

How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they …How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they wouldn't do a good deal for me, they wouldn't budge.


They did me a deal a few months ago through online chat, but not as good as this. So also wondering how to get this at my next renewal
superpanda06/10/2019 09:53

How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they …How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they wouldn't do a good deal for me, they wouldn't budge.


You have to quote specific deals from comparison sites and say you'll leave and go to them. Last year i did this and paid £22.90 pm, which was matching coop broadband.
This year i found deals of around £19pm, told Plusnet when my contract was ending about these deals and they offered me another 12 months with them for £19.95.
You have to say you'll leave them if they dont price match, or at least come very close.
I always have BB, LR and anytime calls.
I find cashback sites aren't much good for me for getting broadband contracts, because you can only sign up to what they are offering on the cashback site. Which are never that good ime.
You can get better deals from comparison sites, then just get your own BB company to match. But you have to be able to talk to them over the phone.
Biker.Jeff06/10/2019 09:43

Recently renewed with Plusnet again for another year. I pay £19.95 a month …Recently renewed with Plusnet again for another year. I pay £19.95 a month for broadband, line rental and anytime calls.Every year i just look up cheapest deals on comparison sites and Plusnet either match them or come very close.


Just left plusnet and gone with now tv broadband, line rental, broadband and anytime calls less than £10 a month after TCB.
mousemousemouse06/10/2019 09:57

Biker.Jeff must have the gift of the gab....


I have to have the gift of the gab, because i haven't got much else going for me. Getting on in years, numerous health probs and a face like a bag of spanners.
wellhellothere06/10/2019 10:04

Just left plusnet and gone with now tv broadband, line rental, broadband …Just left plusnet and gone with now tv broadband, line rental, broadband and anytime calls less than £10 a month after TCB.


Cracking deal..... as long as CB pays out ok.
Biker.Jeff06/10/2019 10:08

Cracking deal..... as long as CB pays out ok.


True, its tracked, will chase it up if its not payable when stated.
TBH, i'm quite happy if i can always get around £20 pm from my current BB supplier. No hassle with changing companies, no anxiety as to whether CB will pay out and no connection or router fees that you usually get with changing to someone else.
I have been with plusnet for most of the year and haven’t paid a single penny for their service since May. Apparently they have their billing service screwed for thousands of customers. On top of that they said once it’s fixed I will only have to pay for last 90 days of service. Still waiting for that fix. Ah and their fibre internet has been great so far.
I don't get it how is 20 pounds a month for 10mb a good Deal? Times are changing thanks for 4/5g what was a great deal last year at 24 now seem a bad deal at 20. Why not get the Huawei 4g router deal that has been posted on here, it's only 20 and it's sure to be faster than this.

Frankly if your paying more than 12 pound a month for 10 mb your clearly overpaying.
The wording is a minimum of 10mb
Before I changed to Fibre I was getting close to 20mb.
It just Depends on how far you are from the cabinet that serves you.
In my case around 700 metres
Edited by: "dparr59" 6th Oct
Deals have to include anytime calls for me. I'm one of those luddites that still likes to use a landline, and i do use it a lot.
Biker.Jeff06/10/2019 10:39

Deals have to include anytime calls for me. I'm one of those luddites that …Deals have to include anytime calls for me. I'm one of those luddites that still likes to use a landline, and i do use it a lot.


Why bother with those for 5 pounds a month I'm getting unlimited calls and messages and 1.5 Gb from plusnet and you can have the phone with you when going out, not to mention less call centre calls
Think I got done then when I went to Plusnet as a new customer in Aug. £19.99pm for ''normal'' BB - 12m contract and no phone calls included
John Lewis is £20 (12 month via Plusnet ) with evening & weekend calls plus a £35 John Lewis e-gift card .
johnlewisbroadband.com/
Edited by: "dparr59" 6th Oct
Cuddl3s06/10/2019 10:43

Why bother with those for 5 pounds a month I'm getting unlimited calls and …Why bother with those for 5 pounds a month I'm getting unlimited calls and messages and 1.5 Gb from plusnet and you can have the phone with you when going out, not to mention less call centre calls


Well i know what works for me. My mob is only used rarely and i deffo not for the internet as screens are way too small for me.
But if it works for you great, i only know what works for me, i wouldn't assume it works for anyone else.
You can get an extra £30 using TopCashBack and Broadband Genie, then choose the PlusNet package.
it’s uk based call centre you can’t beat that. Sorry OP, but I tried switching to them a few months ago and at every single step of the way, they screwed things up. Initially it was open reach's fault then all kinds of excuses. I was without broadband for over a week and in that time they had made various promises on when it would be connected, and none of them were true. In the end I cancelled and went with Three on a sim only deal and they screwed that up! My refund vanished and I had to spend ages chasing it up - it took me well over a month to get my money back and even then they screwed that up - I was promised the money would go back into my bank but eventually a cheque arrived!

I'm not saying that their customer service will be terrible for others, just that EVERY time I dealt with them they messed up - not once or twice! The majority of my issues were due to the numpties at their UK call centres - just because it's based in this country, doesn't mean that the staff are any better trained.
wellhellothere06/10/2019 10:04

Just left plusnet and gone with now tv broadband, line rental, broadband …Just left plusnet and gone with now tv broadband, line rental, broadband and anytime calls less than £10 a month after TCB.


Is that ADSL2 OR FTTC (Fibre) deal ?
Biker.Jeff06/10/2019 10:39

Deals have to include anytime calls for me. I'm one of those luddites that …Deals have to include anytime calls for me. I'm one of those luddites that still likes to use a landline, and i do use it a lot.


You could get unlimited calls on mobile with Smarty for £5 a month without any contract. You can use this mobile any where you go not just at home.

If you get a £12 ADSL2 line and £5 smarty plan, then you will potentially save money. Provided you get good coverage for smarty (3 network)
superpanda06/10/2019 09:53

How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they …How did you get this deal? I have been with plusnet for years and they wouldn't do a good deal for me, they wouldn't budge.


Plusnet will match anyone except Virgin.
I was going to leave Plusnet when I found an unlimited Broadband & call package from Now TV for £18 per month HERE. When I asked Plusnet if they would match it, they said no problem, and did. So I'm now paying less for a better service from them and no faffing around with a new provider. Happy days
Did you have much time remaining on your contract with Plusnet? Just wondering if it's worth my while speaking to them as I only signed with them in Aug...
mousemousemouse06/10/2019 16:41

Did you have much time remaining on your contract with Plusnet? Just …Did you have much time remaining on your contract with Plusnet? Just wondering if it's worth my while speaking to them as I only signed with them in Aug...


I was in the last month of my contract. They will offer you really decent deals to keep you when you're close to leaving.

But if you speak to them nicely, they might be able to sweeten your contract a little, give you some free calls or something. It never hurts to ask...
Thanks egonspengler
hi0parag06/10/2019 09:39

It's poor value.. you get FTTC fibre broadband deals at cheaper effective …It's poor value.. you get FTTC fibre broadband deals at cheaper effective monthly cost


What deals are these? I’m struggling to find many decent deals for fttc.
ajmillington06/10/2019 20:40

What deals are these? I’m struggling to find many decent deals for fttc.


please check hotukdeals.com/dea…220 for a good FTTC deal. Its £15.40 a month effective monthly cost for 12 months contract

Apologies, I couldn't get time to post it earlier than today. Also HUKD take their own sweet time to moderate, review and approve deals, which didn't help
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