Plusnet has launched a new deal for customers signing up to its broadband and phone services.
From today (Tuesday July 12th) customers subscribing to both Plusnet's broadband and phone service will enjoy four months' free broadband.
Under the package, new customers who place an order between today and August 23rd for Plusnet Home Phone Evening and Weekend or Anytime packages and Plusnet Value Broadband get 100 per cent off their monthly broadband rental charge for four months.
For the initial four-month period, broadband is free, with an £11.99 monthly line rental. After this time broadband is from £6.49 with the line rental cost staying the same.
Plusnet's 20Mb broadband deal comes with a 10GB monthly usage allowance, unlimited usage between midnight and 08:00, a MacAfee security package for £2 a month and access to award-winning telephone support.
Its evening and weekends phone package includes free evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and free calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers between 19:00 and 08:00 Monday through Friday and anytime Saturday or Sunday.
Customers signing up to a 12-month contract will also get additional benefits: Plusnet will waive the £25 broadband activation charge if customers add one of its phone packages to their order and customers will get a wireless router worth £40 (just pay £4.99 P&P).
For those signing up with no annual contract, there is a £25 broadband activation charge and customers pay £20 or £40 for a wired or wireless router. However, customers can use their own router if it is compatible.
Pricing: Customers living in a low cost area pay £6.49 a month; those living outside of one of these areas pay £6.49 a month for the first three months, then £10.79 or £12.99 a month, depending on their location.
Customers wanting more calls also have the option to take Plusnet's Value Broadband with its Talk Anytime phone package.
This package includes free calls to UK landlines, free calls to UK 0845 and 0870 numbers and a 25 per cent discount off top international call destinations, like the US, Canada and Australia.