Plusnet has raised the price of its unlimited broadband package back up to £2.50 per month.
As reported by Recombu, the ISP had dropped the price last December for its broadband and calls package down to £1.99 per month. That offer lasted until the 18th of that month.
The latest offer runs until 25th February and for the money, subscribers get unlimited broadband for 12 months with a Plusnet phone line. Unlimited broadband normally costs £9.99 per month with separate line rental coming in at £10.99 (paid annually, otherwise £14.50 per month).
At this current time, the unlimitied deal works out cheaper than the ISP’s Essentials Broadband and calls package, coming in at £5.99 per month with a 10GB download limit.
The ISP’s unlimited fibre broadband and calls package now costs £19.99 per month with speeds of up to 76Mbps and unlimited usage. It had previously offered this package for £11.99 per month for the first four months of the contract.
Tesco recently extended its 12 months of free broadband until the end of January 2014. Since offering broadband for £1.95 per month, Direct Save Telecom reported a jump in customers for its no-frills broadband. TalkTalk has also launched its SimplyBroadband low-cost broadband-only package that costs just £2.50 per month plus line rental.
Recombu recently rounded up the cheapest broadband deals, comparing Tesco, TalkTalk and Direct Save Telecom against each other.