Save over £224 by switching to exclusive Plusnet Deal
Plusnet, the UK's low cost broadband provider, has slashed the cost of its broadband and home phone bundle, offering 5 months half price plus a whopping £50 cashback. Monthly costs start from £3.24 a month. The deal, which is available exclusively through Ofcom-accredited comparison site Broadbandchoices.co.uk, could save customers over £224 from their annual bill if they switch to this bundle.
Offering speeds of up to 16Mb and a 10GB download limit, with free evening & weekend calls, this package would suit light internet users who also make most of their phone calls in the evening or at the weekend.
Dominic Baliszewski, Broadbandchoices.co.uk commented: "UK households are under pressure to make their money go further, which is why it is so important to review monthly bills on a regular basis. Plusnet's bundle offer is extremely good value, costing customers just £16.62 for the first year², with the option to pay either £12.99 a month for line rental or the equivalent of £9.49 a month if paying 12 months upfront.
"Plusnet's deal could potentially save customers a massive £224 - that's enough to cover the annual line rental bill - and still have money left over to spend on a day out for the family. The monthly broadband bill is frequently forgotten despite being an area where huge savings can be made, so anyone who hasn't switched provider in over 12 months should do a postcode search using an Ofcom-accredited price comparison site to see what deals are available in their area."
Saving based on switching from separate broadband and phone services to a comparable bundle. Separate services assume standard ongoing annual costs. Example: BT Line Rental with Unlimited Evening and Weekend Calls and AOL Broadband only - total annual cost £396.72 vs. Plusnet Line Rental, Broadband with Calls (if you live in a Plusnet low cost area) total first year cost £172.50 (including P&P). Total first year saving £224.22. Terms and conditions apply. Additional savings can be made if you pay for your Line Rental cost upfront. Information correct at 11/06/2012
Plusnet low cost areas only - see Plusnet website for full details on Low Cost Areas