Sky Fibre broadband for Existing Customers 25GB monthly usage limit - £20pm x 18 month contract = £360
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Sky Fibre broadband for Existing Customers 25GB monthly usage limit - £20pm x 18 month contract = £360

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Found 9th Jul 2017
£20 a month for an 18 month contract, with line rental and Sky Talk Evenings and Weekends.

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They should give unlimited usage at this price tbh for existing customers
25gb is laughable, what is point of fibre if you have a 25gb limit, tied to 18 month contract. will get my thermals on, its going to get frosty
Certainly not for gamers. Most AA/AAA games are well over 40Gb now. Even for avid watchers of movies and TV series, I would suspect this 20gb may be a bit light.
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Plusnet offered me £34 a month, 18 month contract and unlimited calls. Only other offer which looked good was John Lewis Broadband 12 month contract and £34 a month for unlimited calls and line rental.
25GB a month?
I fart more than 25GB a month.
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I dont download music or films so should be enough??
im with nowtv aka sky, pay £29pm for unlimited fibre and with some sky channels thrown in on a 12 month contract, and i thought that was pricey
Bad deal. That's a tiny limit! My current usage is well over 500Gb per month according to Virgin! Lol.
No way near enough GB's to keep my porn addiction at bay, them 4k files are HUGE
robertfrancis1975

Plusnet offered me £34 a month, 18 month contract and unlimited calls. … Plusnet offered me £34 a month, 18 month contract and unlimited calls. Only other offer which looked good was John Lewis Broadband 12 month contract and £34 a month for unlimited calls and line rental.



Plusnet is 12 month contract and £33 per month. Only know because few hours ago was looking around for my sister. It's the very first offer they list on the homepage. (breakdown - £25 per month + £8 for unlim call package and no setup fee)

Currently with NowTV when you add unlim calls it comes to £31 per month and a £22 setup fee on 12 month contract aka £32.83 although you do get a Now TV Smart Box thrown in.

BT yet to ring them, at present on website the £59.99 upfront is very steep although offset with a £125 gift card then £24.99 per month. Personally with my own I've always got better than the website offering with BT by ringing them or at least get BT TV thrown into the mix for free.

All above unlim download deals and not taking into account any cashback websites.

Virgin was not taken into consideration when I was looking earlier for her as it is not an option for us as not in area.

Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 9th Jul 2017
Cant believe they cap people still
1 hour and 44 minutes of downloading at full 40Mb speed continuous use.

In Virgin areas where no phone line is available (lightning areas) its £22 for unlimited 100Mbps... 32TB at continuous use for the month.
cecilmcroberts

Plusnet is 12 month contract and £33 per month. Only know because few … Plusnet is 12 month contract and £33 per month. Only know because few hours ago was looking around for my sister. It's the very first offer they list on the homepage. (breakdown - £25 per month + £8 for unlim call package and no setup fee)Currently with NowTV when you add unlim calls it comes to £31 per month and a £22 setup fee on 12 month contract aka £32.83 although you do get a Now TV Smart Box thrown in. BT yet to ring them, at present on website the £59.99 upfront is very steep although offset with a £125 gift card then £24.99 per month. Personally with my own I've always got better than the website offering with BT by ringing them or at least get BT TV thrown into the mix for free. All above unlim download deals and not taking into account any cashback websites. Virgin was not taken into consideration when I was looking earlier for her as it is not an option for us as not in area.



Do Plusbet throttle their Fibre like they do with ADSL? If you might get the quote speed but how often?
whw

Do Plusbet throttle their Fibre like they do with ADSL? If you might get … Do Plusbet throttle their Fibre like they do with ADSL? If you might get the quote speed but how often?



In all honesty no idea, never had it myself. Only look deeper really once my sister decides what she really wants lol. On BT Infinity 2 myself and never had a single speed/outage issue nor hardware issue
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Ive contacted Plusnet twice and said i was going to leave, was offered £34 a month by 2 customer service reps
Can't understand how anyone could think that any limited data internet is hot?...
n00bftw7 h, 40 m ago

No way near enough GB's to keep my porn addiction at bay, them 4k files …No way near enough GB's to keep my porn addiction at bay, them 4k files are HUGE

​both companies have traffic management policies and/or fair usage policies . If you are gamer/ constant streamer you will notice only if you go past the threshold of X amount of download used they will slow don't your speed . origin broadband are selling fibre for £30 p/m .
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