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Fibre broadband provider Hyperoptic has cut the price of its broadband packages for new customers.

Those taking out a 12-month contract with the ISP, which specialises in providing Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) broadband to apartment blocks and other large buildings, can receive a number of discounts.

Those taking the broadband-only packages can pay £18 per month for 12 months' 20Mb fibre broadband (normally £22 thereafter), £30 for 100Mb fibre broadband (normally £35) and £50 for ultra-fast 1Gb Fibre Broadband, which usually costs £60 a month.

All packages are subject to a 12-month contract and a £40 set-up fee, with users receiving a free wireless router and unlimited usage.

Alternatively, customers can take out a broadband and calls package, which features free evening and weekend calls and no set-up fee, though an additional monthly charge of around £16 for line rental is payable.

Those taking a broadband and calls package can pay £7.50 per month for 12 months' 20Mb fibre broadband and calls (normally £9 thereafter), £12 for 100Mb fibre broadband and calls (normally £22) and £30 for ultra-fast 1Gb fibre broadband and calls, which usually costs £47 a month.

Though Hyperoptic services are only available in certain areas, the provider is expanding its reach to 500,000 premises by 2018 and already encompasses major cities such as London, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and Cardiff.

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