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Plusnet launches UK’s lowest priced Business Broadband

by david.nunes


Plusnet has launched a brand new deal for business broadband customers, offering Unlimited Business Broadband from £2.50 a month – meaning Plusnet is officially home to the UK’s lowest priced Business Broadband.

Plusnet’s  latest offer launches on Friday 10th October until 11th November:

Unlimited Business Broadband from £2.50 per month

                    Available when you take Unlimited Business Broadband and line rental on a 24 month contract

                    From £2.50 for the first 12 months, from £13 per month thereafter

                    Line rental at £10.50 per month

Plusnet’s Unlimited Business Broadband is a cost-effective and dependable option for all businesses; from home workers to SMEs and more established companies. With this truly unlimited deal businesses can accurately budget without fear of any extra charges at the end of the month from exceeding their usage limits.

A great deal doesn’t mean a compromise on service…. Plusnet Unlimited Business Broadband comes with 24/7 support from a UK based Business Support Team, meaning expert help is always on hand even outside of traditional office hours.

With an intelligently managed network based on high-quality infrastructure and the prioritisation of high importance traffic, such as VoIP, Plusnet ensures its business customers are given the best possible experience at all times.

Andy Baker, CEO at Plusnet commented, “We’re proud to offer today’s cheapest business broadband package in the UK at just £2.50 per month. This is our most competitive business broadband deal yet, demonstrating our commitment as champions of small British businesses.”

For further information on Plusnet’s business deals please visit www.plus.net/business

Terms and Conditions

UK’s Lowest Priced Business Broadband when compared to major business broadband providers, check plus.net/business for details.

Available to new Plusnet Business customers who sign up to a 24 month contract and take Plusnet Unlimited Business Broadband with Plusnet Business Line Rental. 
For customers signing up by 11th November 2014 at www.plus.net/business or by calling Plusnet Business.  For Unlimited Business Broadband, if you are located in a low cost area and take Plusnet Business Line Rental at £10.50 a month you pay £2.50 a month for the first 12 months, then £13.00 a month from month 13 (otherwise £7.50 a month for the first 12 months, then £18.00 a month from month 13).
Exclusions apply. Payment by Direct Debit required. £4.99 charge for router delivery, should you choose one. Prices exclude VAT at 20%.Plusnet plc, Registered Office: The Balance, 2 Pinfold Street, Sheffield, S1 2GU. Registered in England no: 3279013. All rights reserved. 

About Plusnet:

Back in 1997 Plusnet was born. Our plan was simple – to think and act differently from other providers and save our customers money without compromising on service. That’s not changed since the day we launched. More than a decade later we’re still providing great value broadband, Fibre broadband and phone residential and business customers from our HQ in Yorkshire. 

Unlike some of our competitors, broadband has always been our core product – and it always will be. It’s what we know and do best. We believe this expertise coupled with our focus on customer care makes Plusnet the perfect partner for small businesses to provide what is becoming an increasingly critical business service. We’ve always taken pride in having a great relationship with our customers.  We think it’s only fair to talk openly and honestly with them.  We help fix problems and talk about pretty much anything related to broadband over on our Community site, blogs and forums. For more information visit: http://www.plus.net

In a world of fast acquisitions, mergers and disappearing broadband providers, you can rely on Plusnet for stability. A BT buy out in 2007 has given us the financial backing, resilience and network capabilities we’ve needed to stay ahead in a changing market. However, we’ve not lost touch of our roots – staying independent with our own offices, staff and unique culture.

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