Plusnet launches three months free broadband deal

Monday, November 8th 2010
Consumers signing up with Plusnet before the end of the month can get their first three bills for free.
Plusnet launches three months free broadband deal
Plusnet has launched a promotion offering new customers three months free broadband.

The internet service provider has made the deal available to anyone who signs up online before November 30th 2010.

In order to register for the savings, prospective subscribers must enter the discount code - november3 - on their application via the Plusnet website.

The home broadband company's packages start at £6.49 per month for its Value deal, which includes up to 20Mb/s download speeds with a 10GB allowance and a free wireless router.

Customers who need more usage could opt for Plusnet Extra, which offers the same speeds coupled with a 60GB limit, with prices for this tariff starting at £11.49 per month.

Furthermore, the firm is also currently offering existing subscribers the chance to receive up to £50 in Marks & Spencer vouchers by recommending their friends to Plusnet.

This incentive was launched towards the end of last month and is set to run until November 28th.

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