ISP Now TV Slashes their broadband plans
A part of Sky group – the ISP NOW TV has announced that they have reduced the price of their ADSL & FTTC based broadband packages on a 12 month contract to the new customers. The prices were at this low range earlier before Easter and currently Now TV has come back with the same reduced prices as a part of summer promotional offers.
The new subscribers will get a wireless router ( a re-branded Sky Q Hub at £9.99 one-off delivery charge), unlimited usage, phone line rental included. And the packages provide no activation fee and a option to take no contract option which requires additional one time set up fee of £50. If you want free evening & weekend UK calls or anytime UK Calls, you can get it on paying £4 or £8 per month respectively.
Among their plans, the FTTC based 36 Mbps package is the cheapest one in the market and there is no information on expiry date for these new offers. It may be the same until the autumn or upon further information.
Brilliant Broadband (The Super Saver)
With 11 Mbps Average speed at a price of £15 per month for the first contract term of 12 months and £25.99 thereafter.
Fab Fibre (The Everyday Surfer)
With 36 Mbps Average speed at a price of £20 per month for the first contract term of 12 months and £35.99 thereafter.
Super Fibre (The Speed Demon)
With 63 Mbps Average speed at a price of £30 per month for the first contract term of 12 months and £43.99 thereafter.
For more information about the plans, please visit https://www.nowtv.com/broadband-deals.
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