First Utility is discounting some of its 18-month fibre broadband packages for the next two weeks.
Until August 24th, the First Utility Unlimited SuperFirst Fibre bundle will be reduced from £31.99 a month to £24.99 per month.
This means subscribers will save a total of £126 over 18 months, while no set-up fee will be charged.
The package offers average broadband speeds of 35Mbps as well as no download cap.
Another option could be the First Utility Unlimited UltraFirst Fibre bundle. Offering average speeds of 63Mbps and unlimited downloads, this package has been discounted from £34.99 a month to £29.99 a month.
This means it offers total savings of £90 over 18 months, and again carries no set-up fee.
Broadband customers in the market for an even cheaper alternative could find the First Utility Unlimited Broadband suitable for their needs.
This option costs £18.99 per month and offers average speeds of 11Mbps, unlimited downloads and no set-up fee.