Price slash by First Utility for broadband packages

Saturday, August 4th 2018

Multi utility provider and one of the ISPs First Utility has announced that they have reduced their prices of their FTTC home broadband packages of 35 Mbps & 63 Mbps for the first contract term of 18 months. The offer is open new customers who can order on or before August, 2018.

First Utility is a service provider of multi home utilities such as energy, gas, broadband and home services as total home solutions to make great value for money. Started in the year 2008, now they have around 8.5 lakhs satisfied customers across the country for gas, power and broadband services.

The service provider said that there will not be any rise in monthly price after the first contract term.
The customers will get a wireless router, unlimited usage, free connection & delivery, UK based support, phone line rental included and a contract term of 18 months. Beyond this, whoever is taking energy service from the provider will get an extra discount depending upon the energy tariff.

First broadband
With an average download speed of 11 Mbps at a price of £18.99 per month

SuperFirst broadband
With an average download speed of 35 Mbps offered at a price of £24.99 per month (actual price: £31.99)

UltraFirst broadband
With an average download speed of 63 Mbps offered at a price of £29.99 per month (actual price: £34.99)

Hurry up to avail these offer.

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