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Plusnet 66mb broadband - £26.99pm = £485.82 (+£75 Cashback = £22.82pm) via Broadbandgenie
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Plusnet 66mb broadband - £26.99pm = £485.82 (+£75 Cashback = £22.82pm) via Broadbandgenie

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Posted 8th Feb

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Offering £75 cashback at the moment along with free activation (usually £10). From what I've heard, plusnet customer service is pretty decent and the line is the same that the rest of them use so... seems like a good deal?
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Good value.

BT have a similar deal with a £40 M&S voucher as well as £80 prepaid card.

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What does extra line mean?
Surely you can only achieve the quoted speed if you have fibre cable all they way to the back of your computer? If the fibre only runs to the street junction box, won’t speed will be limited by the old copper cable to your master phone socket
I'm reaching easily 72 Mbit, max speed of FTTC is around 75Mbit, they advertising lower speed because of Ofcom rules, to be covered in worst case scenario.
indianajon08/02/2020 08:32

Surely you can only achieve the quoted speed if you have fibre cable all …Surely you can only achieve the quoted speed if you have fibre cable all they way to the back of your computer? If the fibre only runs to the street junction box, won’t speed will be limited by the old copper cable to your master phone socket


No necessarily, if you are a short distance to the box in the street Hugh speeds can still be obtained. I have copper to the box in the street and have a 160mb connection, line supports up to 330mb if I want it. (This is called g-fast)
Why cold? sounds like a good deal
thumbs up for plusnet you can save £30 with line rental saver too, all in, mine is about 17 a month for basic fibre so seems the prices went up. Probably because a certain Martin Lewis went on national TV telling every one to switch to them ?
Edited by: "simonp99" 8th Feb
Just signed up today for the 36mb fibre as the estimated max on the 66mb was 45mb (even though it says the same for the 36mb!) and the minimum guaranteed of 27.3mb was the same for both, so didn’t seem worth paying the extra £4/month for maximum 9mb more when I may well get the same speed as the 36mb fibre.
£60 cashback from Plusnet for the 36mb and I’ve gone through Quidco too just on the off chance the £30 cashback through broadband genie works too.
Sky wouldn’t offer me any discount (sorry they did offer me £1/month discount off £27/month) to keep me even though I’ve been with them for years. Time to move I thought!
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