PlusNet free broadband offer runs out on August 31st

Tuesday, August 24th 2010
There is just one week remaining on the PlusNet three months free broadband deal.
PlusNet free broadband offer runs out on August 31st
Consumers have until the end of the month to sign up for three months of free home broadband courtesy of PlusNet.

The offer, which has been available since July 20th 2010, is available to anyone who takes out one of the provider's broadband packages before August 31st.

Those who opt for the PlusNet Value home broadband offer can take advantage of the discount on their first three bills and will also get 10GB of usage per month, with download speeds of up to 20Mb/s.

It also includes a free wireless router normally worth £40.

Once the initial free period has passed, the deal reverts to its standard price of £6.49 per month, or £12.99 per month for those who live outside one of PlusNet's low-cost broadband areas.

Customers who are eager to get a little more usage could opt for the PlusNet Extra package, which comes with a 60GB allowance and download speeds of up to 20Mb/s.

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