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Plusnet has announced a new offer that will lower the cost of its fibre broadband packages for 12 months.

Anyone who signs up for one of the available deals until July 12th will also receive free activation, which usually costs £25. These offers are available for new customers and could save users nearly £70 over the course of a 12-month contract. 

Among the packages to benefit from the discount is Plusnet's Unlimited Fibre deal. This is being cut from £28.50 per month for the first 12 months to £24.99, as well as offering free activation. This works out to a total saving of £67.12 compared with the usual price. At the end of the initial 12-month contract, the price will be £33.98 per month.

For this, users can enjoy speeds of up to 38Mbps and unlimited downloads, as well as a free wireless router, Parental Control software and support from Plusnet's UK-based customer service.

The cost includes line rental, and users can also select from a number of optional phone packages, which start from an extra £4 a month.

For those who demand the fastest speeds for high-quality streaming, gaming and large file downloads, a similar discount is available for Plusnet's Unlimited Fibre Extra package. 

This usually costs £33.50 for the first 12 months, before rising to £38.98 thereafter. However, new customers can now enjoy this deal for £29.99 a month for an initial 12-month contract. Again, the usual £25 activation fee has been removed for those who buy before July 12th, for a total saving of over £67.

The Unlimited Fibre Extra package also includes line rental and unlimited downloads. Those who opt for this deal can benefit from superfast download speeds of up to 76Mbps. As with the Unlimited Fibre package, a wireless router, Parental Control software and customer support are included in the price, while phone packages can be added from £4 a month.

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