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Plusnet unlimited broadband + line rental for £207.24 in total - £106.24 for 12 months after cashback
Plusnet unlimited broadband + line rental for £207.24 in total - £106.24 for 12 months after cashback

Plusnet unlimited broadband + line rental for £207.24 in total - £106.24 for 12 months after cashback

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Plusnet are currently offering 12 month contracts with unlimited standard broadband for £3.49 a month.

A good price in itself.

However if you add a line subscription and prepay for 12 months, then the line rental will cost £155.88

If you order via topcashback, then you can get £101 cashback this week.

After you have paid for the router P&P your total cost after cashback is just £106.24 for unlimited standard broadband for 12 months including line rental.

This works out to £8.85 per month.

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I saw this today same cash back on. Fibre. Do they use traffic management?

mittromney

I saw this today same cash back on. Fibre. Do they use traffic management?



According to this, yes, but not to enforce limits, just to prioritise traffic:

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Having said that, I'm getting fibre through them installed tomorrow with the £100 Quidco offer, as long as it means I can watch my Slingbox in a decent resolution away from home I'll be happy
Edited by: "IndianaBlues" 24th Jun 2014

Been pleased with Plusnet, CS has been difficult to get through to at times and their control panel is outdated. Caller ID is 99p extra a month.

Just went for this. Cheers!

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Hot Deal OP. :-)

IndianaBlues

According to this, yes, but not to enforce limits, just to prioritise … According to this, yes, but not to enforce limits, just to prioritise traffic:http://www.plus.net/support/broadband/speed_guide/traffic_management.shtmlHaving said that, I'm getting fibre through them installed tomorrow with the £100 Quidco offer, as long as it means I can watch my Slingbox in a decent resolution away from home I'll be happy



Ooooooooooo! .. looks like both you & the OP are in direct Competition with each other, huh? .. TopCaahBack & Quidco must be luvvvvvvvvv'ing this, huh ..... lol. :-)

Not as good as the EE offer posted on HUKD, which for me worked out at £162 - £136.50 cashback, making it £2.30-odd a month, but I think the cashback is £130 now - still a better deal. This includes unlimited b/band, weekend calls, free delivery of their free router and 2-4-1 cinema and pizza.

I am moving to EE from Plusnet, only because EE is such a great deal. You need to change your service provider every year to get cashback because you don't get cashabck on a renewal. The cashback on broadband/phone deals is high, making it very worthwhile changing supplier every year to reduce costs.

Plusnet service is quite good - I say quite good because usually, there are long waiting times to speak to someone. But I was told about 9 months ago they are taking on more staff and opening an additional service centre or two and if this is so, waiting times should reduce - otherwise I agree Plusnet service is very good.

Edited by: "RayB" 25th Jun 2014

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RayB

Not as good as the EE offer posted on HUKD, which for me worked out at … Not as good as the EE offer posted on HUKD, which for me worked out at £162 - £136.50 cashback, making it £2.30-odd a month, but I think the cashback is £130 now - still a better deal. This includes unlimited b/band, weekend calls, free delivery of their free router and 2-4-1 cinema and pizza. I am moving to EE from Plusnet, only because EE is such a great deal. You need to change your service provider every year to get cashback because you don't get cashabck on a renewal. The cashback on broadband/phone deals is high, making it very worthwhile changing supplier every year to reduce costs.Plusnet service is quite good - I say quite good because usually, there are long waiting times to speak to someone. But I was told about 9 months ago they are taking on more staff and opening an additional service centre or two and if this is so, waiting times should reduce - otherwise I agree Plusnet service is very good.



Are you including a static phone line?

This £8 a month includes a phone line, which we all know is usually around £15 a month plus it is only a 12 month contract.

In 12 months before the price increases by just over £6 a month, you can move your account elsewhere

I moved over to Plusnet fibre after 4 years with BT fibre the last time there was a cashback offer through TCB. BT used to throttle bittorrent during peak hours and, ridiculously, during the whole of the weekends (although some torrents would slip through their throttling, possibly due to the use of PeerBlock). On the other hand, Plusnet who provide the exact same fibre internet have done no throttling whatsoever, which corresponds with my research prior to switching over!

Far better than BT fibre. BT didn't even attempt to match PN's offer for their customer of four years!

Oh! and I concur with RayB that PlusNet's customer service is very good although it takes a few minutes of being on hold to get through to a rep.

Hi Ian18, The EE deal includes 12 months line rental at £11 per month if paid upfront - its over £15 if paid monthly. It is a 12 month contract.

The EE deal is on this HUKD website so anyone can look it up for the details, and/or you can go to EE's website.

I would add that under the EE deal, they refund you up to £100 in costs charged for leaving your existing supplier, i.e. exit or cancellation fees. Thus you should be able to leave your existing supplier now without any cost to you.

Hi AyCaramba, I'm not surprised BT didn't try to match Plusnet's offer - BT own Plusnet!
Edited by: "RayB" 25th Jun 2014

Hey RayB. Well, technically they did, but knocking £3 off a £28 bill came nowhere near even causing me to pause to reconsider. What I was being offered by Plusnet was orders of magnitude cheaper! (well, at least, a couple hundred over 18 months)

And while they do share a parent company, the sales staff aren't fussed about that, it seems. BT sales reps didn't care that they were knowingly lying about Plusnet as well as their own throttling practices.

anyone who wants to know I have plus net and use at least 120 gigs a month (and have used that amount for at least 2 years) and my speed is always rock solid

so as far as I know my speed has never been slowed down for high usage

my line is rated at 17 gigs but I get around 12
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