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PlusNet Unlimited Fibre

  • 12 month Contract

    Contract Length

    PlusNet's Unlimited Fibre package is on a 12 month contract.
  • Upto* 38mb Speed

    Broadband Speed

    With PlusNet's Unlimited Fibre package you will receive speeds of upto 38mbs. We always recommend using this provider's speed checker to get the estimated speed for your property.
  • Monthly usage

    Monthly Usage Limit

    PlusNet's Unlimited Fibre package comes with unlimited monthly usage. *No restrictions for heavy users.
£17.49Average Cost*Per Month + £50.00 Setup

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Cheap Broadband Deals

Have broadband prices got you feeling uneasy? Fear not. If you are looking for the best deal on your broadband we are here to guide you in finding the cheapest deals on the market. We all need to connect to the internet at home, from the youngest members of the family, to our parents and grandparents who want nothing more than to stay in contact with their loved ones. Whether it’s social media, music streaming, Netflix, or researching universities when the time comes, you’ll want a broadband internet connection at the tip of your fingers, but with so many options, how do you know which to choose?

What are your requirements?

When looking for the cheapest broadband deal, it’s important to know what your needs are. Does your family use a lot of social media but rarely rely on streaming services such as Netflix or Amazon Prime? Or is your family full of hardcore gamers who spend countless hours battling head to head against competition from all over the world via your connection? These are all things that should be taken into account when making your decision. Put it like this : the more demanding the task, the stronger connection you want to have. There are a few different types of connections available, ranging in price and speeds, guaranteeing everyone can find what’s right for them. So, consider how many devices you have in your household. How many people will be using the internet at the same time? In what capacity? Knowing this will help you find the best deal thats right for you. Its also worth noting that some providers offer low usage plans which are ideal for those that don’t require lots of data. If you are just an occasional user, just needing connection to check emails and surf online. Light users can take advantage of low usage plans.

Why Should I change?

It may be that your needs have changed, or perhaps we are not getting the best deal or the quality of service you deserve. Regularly switching broadband is always the best way to get the cheapest broadband deal. Companies are eager to attract new customers to their service by offering incentives to entice you to their services. Whatever type of broadband you are looking for.

Are you likely to switch again?

Switching providers is a great way to ensure that you are always getting the cheapest deal. Many broadband providers offer incentives to new customers. This can be ideal for those that don’t mind switching once your contract is  up.

What Types of Broadband can I get?

In the UK there are two types of broadband connection. ADSL (Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line) is a type of connection that has been paired with a phone line. One good thing about this is that if you already have a phone line installed, accessing a broadband service provider should be simple. Companies like TalkTalk, BT, and Sky all offer ADSL packages. ADSL connections are fairly cheap and decently reliable. Often confused with fibre connections (which we’ll get into soon), ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) also offer a cable broadband connection as an option. Cable connections are very fast and are commonly serviced by the same companies we rely on for our television shows and sports packages! The UK cable broadband market is dominated currently by Virgin Media, achieving impressive speeds anywhere from 38 Mbps to over 300 Mbps, with packages including phone, internet, and TV all in one. Last but not least, there’s fibre optic connections. Serviced through insanely light cables, usually made of glass or plastic and run underground. Fibre optic broadband can offer speeds anywhere from 30 Mbps, to 1 Gbps. That’s some seriously fast internet. These connections will have no problem running the heaviest of gaming consoles, streaming services and downloads. Offered by both BT and Virgin Media.