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Plusnet Unlimited Broadband + Phone Line £18.99pm (£12.74 pm or £10.24pm line rental saver (After £75 Cashback) £227.88
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Plusnet Unlimited Broadband + Phone Line £18.99pm (£12.74 pm or £10.24pm line rental saver (After £75 Cashback) £227.88

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Posted 18th JanEdited by:"grom10"

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Have to go through broadbandgenie.
Direct link: broadbandgenie.co.uk/pro…and
12 Month Contract.
Truly Unlimited Broadband with 10Mb Average Download Speed.
Equivalent to £10.24/month when paid upfront.
No activation fee
Includes line rental
offer ends 30 January
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tinca19/01/2020 00:10

"They'll do you up proud" absolutely appalling ISP


U ok hun
tinca19/01/2020 00:10

"They'll do you up proud" absolutely appalling ISP


Been with them years, been absolutely fine. As with any ISP or mobile deal, you'll get some people with bad experiences coming in to post.

Excellent deal this for broadband and line rental.
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"They'll do you up proud" absolutely appalling ISP
tinca19/01/2020 00:10

"They'll do you up proud" absolutely appalling ISP


U ok hun
tinca19/01/2020 00:10

"They'll do you up proud" absolutely appalling ISP


Been with them years, been absolutely fine. As with any ISP or mobile deal, you'll get some people with bad experiences coming in to post.

Excellent deal this for broadband and line rental.
For anyone that does not know Plusnet is owned by BT.
Had them 5 years, solid as a rock connection

72/18
tinca19/01/2020 00:10

"They'll do you up proud" absolutely appalling ISP


I agree. Really are a bit rubbish.
If they don't cock up the transfer, the connection's fine.
Ended up with no broadband for 3 days as a result of their incompetence and they'll lie about the connection working "oh yes sir, the connection's working, the router must be lost in post, we'll send another", I tried my own router, and connection sprang into life on day 3.
Check out the Trustpilot reviews.
They'll do you alright, just not proud.
For the people calling them rubbish, are you able to share just a little bit about why? Connection issues? Customer service? Trouble cancelling? Price increases? Any specifics or something more useful.

No broadband provider I've seen in my area has a good reputation for CS (Virgin, Vodafone, BT). I narrowed it down to EE and Plusnet, neither of which are perfect either - but it's picking the best out of the worst (kind of like voting for a politician).
Good deal, but just checked the esimated speeds for my part of southampton, 1.5 to 5mbs
BT matched a plusnet deal for me, wonder if they would match this?
I once phoned up to complain to Plusnet but all i got was Zakk Dingle giving me an earful and telling somebody called Cain to "start the van"??? I hung up and redialled but the next call i got a disgruntled Sean Bean acting all snippy! They proudly done me!
I imagine if everything works fine, they're great.

But, from my experience, if anything goes wrong and you need any miniscule amount of technical support.... dream on. Absolutely hopeless.
Seem to think that being overly cheery and 'northern' makes up for the fact they're useless.
Have had Plusnet over the last 18 months and has been okay apart from when you answer incoming calls it cuts the internet off!

Was thinking of changing to EE now as they offer extra mobile data if you are an EE mobile customer- any thoughts on them please?
winningchip21/01/2020 12:56

Have had Plusnet over the last 18 months and has been okay apart from when …Have had Plusnet over the last 18 months and has been okay apart from when you answer incoming calls it cuts the internet off!Was thinking of changing to EE now as they offer extra mobile data if you are an EE mobile customer- any thoughts on them please?

add/change microfllter as it seems to be interference rather than the ISP causing the issue?
winningchip21/01/2020 12:56

Have had Plusnet over the last 18 months and has been okay apart from when …Have had Plusnet over the last 18 months and has been okay apart from when you answer incoming calls it cuts the internet off!Was thinking of changing to EE now as they offer extra mobile data if you are an EE mobile customer- any thoughts on them please?



Had the same problem but it's usually not the ISP it's a dodgy cable between the green box and your house. That's an Openreach problem. In my case the dodgy BT engineer who had made the connection at the pole outside my house had nicked the wire so that it was hanging by a thread so to speak. Engineer made the joint good and problem solved (Only took 7 months! And I was with BT as my ISP as well!).
Just be aware that if you don't transfer to a BT line at the end of your contract you get charged £30 (that's buried in small print in the T&Cs). So if you transfer to Virgin or just want to stop broadband altogether that's £30!
Switched from BT to plus net, had problems from day 1, swapped the router back to the BT one and it’s a lot better.
I switch through QUIDCO and get the usual fee from them.
Reebok.Ron21/01/2020 18:05

Had the same problem but it's usually not the ISP it's a dodgy cable …Had the same problem but it's usually not the ISP it's a dodgy cable between the green box and your house. That's an Openreach problem. In my case the dodgy BT engineer who had made the connection at the pole outside my house had nicked the wire so that it was hanging by a thread so to speak. Engineer made the joint good and problem solved (Only took 7 months! And I was with BT as my ISP as well!).



Thanks for the info - will look into that
ahotukdeal21/01/2020 13:17

add/change microfllter as it seems to be interference rather than the ISP …add/change microfllter as it seems to be interference rather than the ISP causing the issue?



Thank you but have tried that already
Reebok.Ron21/01/2020 18:07

Just be aware that if you don't transfer to a BT line at the end of your …Just be aware that if you don't transfer to a BT line at the end of your contract you get charged £30 (that's buried in small print in the T&Cs). So if you transfer to Virgin or just want to stop broadband altogether that's £30!


What! They never told me this when I rang to cancel?
How the cashback works on this deal please?
Godsenseuk21/01/2020 22:13

What! They never told me this when I rang to cancel?



If you transfer to say Sky, they run on BT lines so you wouldn't get charged. It's only if the new ISP doesn't run on BT lines that you get charged. They don't tell you this when you sign up though!
DO they charge this fee (£30) if you just cease their service for a day ?
Then sign back up as a new customer a day later (I'v already had £75 off them tho )
Service Been fine no problems at all .. only 300gb in a year tho.. and I do stream a lot of youtube, daily.

Dont know if its changed but the KasHH-Bak is now £70

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revoius cashback need not apply
Edited by: "GwanGy" 24th Jan
Plusnet dropped a couple times aday. Went to Sky and speed doubled no drop outs.
But Sky have messed up the phone twice in a month.
Dejaque19/01/2020 11:19

No broadband provider I've seen in my area has a good reputation for CS …No broadband provider I've seen in my area has a good reputation for CS (Virgin, Vodafone, BT). I narrowed it down to EE and Plusnet, neither of which are perfect either - but it's picking the best out of the worst (kind of like voting for a politician).



aa.net.uk/bro…sp/ if you want quality support. But you pay for it.
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