Unlimited Broadband offered to all Plusnet users

Monday, December 17th 2012

The Sheffield-based broadband company Plusnet providing Home Broadband has decided to allow all, both existing and new customers, to upgrade to unlimited service. But at £4 extra a month has to be paid.


Those who wish to stay on the present service which has a 10GB cap can do so and continue. It would be welcome news to those in rural areas, as only BT is the other provider.


On the other hand, if you take up a combined phone package Plusnet Unlimited Fibre will offer speeds up to 76Mbps at £9.99 for the first 6 months and afterwards at £19.99 per moth. The package capped at 40GB a month comes as Plusnet Essentials Fibre at £7.99 a month for first 6 months and £15.99 monthly thereafter.


This offer of unlimited monthly downloads puts Plusnet now at par with other big internet providers, like Sky. CEO Jamie Ford has found more and more people are using more services and bandwidth and has recognised their demand for more speed.


So this unlimited offer at reasonable rates from the company will appeal to more users of data-heavy and on demand media applications and also those using players, who generally get capped for intense use.


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