Hyperoptic reduces its Full fibre business broadband prices

Tuesday, October 16th 2018

The ISP Hyperoptic which is basically focusing on to cover urban areas with their fibre optic broadband network, aims to reach two million premises in 28 cities of the UK by the year 2022. The ISP has announced that they have provided a price discount on their FTTP/B packages of Small & Medium sized businesses (30 Mbps, 150 Mbps, 1 Gbps).

The above plans are offering symmetrical speed except the one with 30 Mbps plan (offering upload speed of 1Mbps). The packages will cover 12 month contract term, unlimited usage, static IP address, a Service Level Agreement and 24/7 business support with network monitoring. The Broadband & Phone packages include free UK evening & weekend calls. And the ISP also commited that there will not be any network throtting/ contention.

Business Packages:
Broadband only:
30 Mbps plan - £25 per month (Actual price: £50)
150 Mbps plan - £90 per month (Actual price: £100)
1 Gbps plan - £270 per month (Actual price: £300)

Broadband & Phone:
30 Mbps plan - £30 per month (Actual price: £60)
150 Mbps plan - £99 per month (Actual price: £110)
1 Gbps plan - £279 per month (Actual price: £310)

The business packages of Hyperoptic attract £300 as one time connection charge plus VAT. You will get 50% off on 30 Mbps plan, 10% off on 150 Mbps & 1 Gbps plans using the promotion code: AFBIZWINTER while signing up.

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