Plusnet ADSL £18.99 per month for 12 months with no set up fee (plus £75 cheque) - equal to £12.74 or £10.24 if you pay line rental up front
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Plusnet ADSL £18.99 per month for 12 months with no set up fee (plus £75 cheque) - equal to £12.74 or £10.24 if you pay line rental up front

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Found 27th FebEdited by:"CrashOverride"
(From MoneySavingExpert)

£18.99 per month for 12 months for unlimited ADSL
£75 cashback cheque direct from Plusnet
no set up fee

£18.99 x 12 = £227.88
£227.88 - £75 = £152.88
£152.88 / 12 = £12.74

If you can pay line rental up front it's £197.88 for line rental saver and includes free ADSL for 12 months. Factor in the £75 cashback and it's £10.24 a month

Cashback needs to be claimed from Plusnet directly within 2 months and you'll get an email from Plusnet within 10 days with instructions
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Thanks op... My sky contract is up on 15th March and was in the hunt for a new deal...
Looks like a good deal
thanks I was considering fibre but this is honestly just what the doctor ordered.
mchu6am41 h, 15 m ago

Thanks op... My sky contract is up on 15th March and was in the hunt for a …Thanks op... My sky contract is up on 15th March and was in the hunt for a new deal...


£9.50 deal
Fantastic deal. Just finished my Plusnet 12 month contract unfortunately and signed up with another provider, otherwise would snap it up.
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And now I’m in a loop of postcode/number - enter address manually - enter postcode/number - enter address manually...
seaniboy16 h, 43 m ago

And now I’m in a loop of postcode/number - enter address manually - enter p …And now I’m in a loop of postcode/number - enter address manually - enter postcode/number - enter address manually...


Choose a nearest address and see if you can get past that screen and later at confirmation, manually change address?

This is a complete guess but vaguely remembering a similar situation at an atm and staff helping me past it and saving my card from being eaten.
[I remember it was one of the onscreen keys of the atm was not responding]
Edited by: "davening" 28th Feb
Good deal..sadly my virgin contract will end on 21/4 and I will need to give 30 days notice on 21/3 so I will miss on this deal
Edited by: "sam1970" 28th Feb
sam19701 h, 58 m ago

Good deal..sadly my virgin contract will end on 21/4 and I will need to …Good deal..sadly my virgin contract will end on 21/4 and I will need to give 30 days notice on 21/3 so I will miss on this deal


You may get away with 30 to 60 days notice. My contract finishes the same day and I could have done it without penalty. You have to speak to them in retentions.
Guys what’s the broadband review. ? Is this good ?
sam19702 h, 59 m ago

Good deal..sadly my virgin contract will end on 21/4 and I will need to …Good deal..sadly my virgin contract will end on 21/4 and I will need to give 30 days notice on 21/3 so I will miss on this deal


I was in a similar situation before Christmas. All you do is:
Speak to Plusnet and block the deal now.
Then ask them to set up activation date to after 21st April so that there is no crossover.
Thank you Crash override!
I have just ordered after being on the prowl to change from sky as they will not negotiate and have increased the price.

Lovely deal.
Thanks.
Do they have fixed charges for local rate numbers or mobile numbers etc offhand?
TalkTalk allows you to add and remove such as needed.
davening1 h, 0 m ago

Do they have fixed charges for local rate numbers or mobile numbers etc …Do they have fixed charges for local rate numbers or mobile numbers etc offhand?TalkTalk allows you to add and remove such as needed.


plus.net/hom…ns/
AndyRoyd7 m ago

https://www.plus.net/home-broadband/call-plans/


Thank you, I was going to check for myself.
PlusNet are rated very good, from both reviews and past experience. BT did buy them a while back though so that might change.
I have just gone for this with the 12 month saver OP, many thanks.
This offer is only available for Pay as You Go phone usage, which is fine if you live on a mobile phone, but not fine if an OAP reliant on a fixed telephone line. If they included Anytime phone in this package, I'd Switch. A pity as Sky now want 23 quid a month for ASDL and Anytime calls - their April price increase means I can move.
You can have this deal with anytime calls for an extra £8 a month takes a bit of getting to but I managed it in the options
Presumably this is new customers only?? I have Plusnet ADSL and would like to switch my phone line to them also. Any chance they will offer me one of these deals ?

If only for new customers anything to stop me cancelling my monthly Plusnet contract, waiting a few days (perhaps when I am away on holiday, so don't need the service) and signing up for a new contract on this deal ?
Edited by: "FF99" 3rd Mar
FYI Caller display 99p P/M extra
paulparkinson202nd Mar

You can have this deal with anytime calls for an extra £8 a month takes a …You can have this deal with anytime calls for an extra £8 a month takes a bit of getting to but I managed it in the options


Trying to find this... ^^^

Anytime ; This call plan was withdrawn from sale to new customers on 1st September 2016. Existing customers on this plan can continue to benefit from its features, or upgrade to one of our current call plans.
Thanks OP
Seems a bargain and good customer service
ignore
Edited by: "shadow_boxer" 5th Mar
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