Plusnet has cut the price of its fibre broadband and calls packages.
The ISP, a subsidiary of BT, has decreased the price of its 76Mbps superfast Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Calls (FTTC) package from £19.99 to just £12.50 a month for the first 9 months of service.
New customers for the package deal will still have to pay a monthly line rental of £14.50. Alternatively they can pre-pay a year in advance, bringing this down to the equivalent of £10.99. To get the deal, customers will have to sign up for an 18-month contract.
The Unlimited Fibre and Calls package offers customers download speeds of up to 76Mbps with 19.5Mbps uploads. They will get unlimited usage and a free wireless router.
Customers will also get in the deal free weekend calls to UK landlines, 0845 / 0870 numbers and other Plusnet customers. The ISP is also offering free activation when taking a Home Phone (normally £50).
Anytime calls can be added for an extra fiver a month and this includes 25 per cent off top international call destinations. An extra £7 per month adds 300 anytime minutes to the top 35 international destinations.
As reported by Recombu, Plusnet ran a deal for customers that dropped the price of its unlimited broadband calls to £1.99 per month.