Plusnet refer-a-friend deal ending on October 10th

Tuesday, October 5th 2010
Time is running out for customers hoping to get three months of free broadband by recommending Plusnet to their friends.
Plusnet refer-a-friend deal ending on October 10th
Consumers keen to take advantage of the refer-a-friend promotion from Plusnet should move quickly, as the offer is set to expire in a matter of days.

The deal, which was announced in September 2010 by Andrew Clayton, a representative from the home broadband provider, gives customers the chance to get three months of free service for recommending Plusnet.

People who refer a friend or family member to Plusnet will get the discount applied directly to their bill, while the new customer will also benefit from three months free broadband.

However, the clock is ticking on the promotion, with Mr Clayton revealing it will be withdrawn on Sunday (October 10th 2010).

The Plusnet representative urged the company's existing customers to pass on their username to their friends in order to take advantage of the savings.

Broadband packages from Plusnet start at £6.49 per month for a 10GB monthly usage allowance and download speeds of up to 20Mb/s.

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