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Budget ISP Direct Save refreshes with fresh new website

Cheap as chips ISP Direct Save can now boast that it’s got a website that looks as good as its deals. 

Direct Save’s new-look site is not only much easier on the eye than its previous circa 1997-looking website, but it’s been optimised for mobile browsers too, making it easier for folks to shop around for news deals on the go. 

Speaking about the decision to rebrand, Direct Save’s CEO Stavros Tsolakis said: “We have invested heavily in this rebrand to offer a cleaner fresh approach aimed at greatly improving the customer experience we provide.” 

“Not only is our new website now much more aesthetically pleasing on the eye, it is much easier to navigate around so customers can easily find exactly what they are looking for whether it’s a home phone or broadband deal, contract or non-contract, or whether they are just looking for a price comparison. It has been specifically designed to engage customers so they spend more time on the website.” 

Related: BT hikes prepaid Line Rental Saver dealThe low-cost ISP offers some of the best broadband deals going in the UK, including an unlimited up to 76Mbps service for as little as £19.95/month. Direct Save also offers one of the cheapest entry-level ADSL deals – £1.95/month for an unlimited up to 17Mbps service. 

Line rental is normally charged at £16.75/month but if you fork out £132 in advance – equivalent to £11/month – you’ll save £69. 

That’s an incredible saving compared to some of the entry-level deals from market leader BT and TalkTalk, an ISP that prides itself on offering the best value deals. 

BT’s cheapest ADSL broadband deal costs £4.50/month, plus £16.99/month for the standard rate of line rental. This gives you the same top download speeds – 17Mbps – but also comes with a 10GB monthly data cap. 

In layman’s terms, this would give you less than four hours of high definition Netflix streaming

TalkTalk SimplyBroadband is currently free for 12 months, but is normally charged at £5/month plus £16.70/month for line rental. Unlike BT’s plan, this comes with unlimited downloads. 

Aside from it’s current deals, Direct Save is planning to roll out some big deals in the coming weeks which it’ll be pimping heavily on its new-look site and on social media. 

 

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