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Plus.Net broadband is cool

A lot of people ask me which broadband ISP we are with. Well, we have a Plus.Net Premier account – which we are very happy with and would certainly recommend to others.

Plus.Net Premier provides us with an uncapped 2MB connection on a static IP (although you can elect to have a dynamic IP if you prefer) for a very reasonable £21.99 inc VAT per month.

However, I’ve just discovered that Plus.Net will offer new customers a Premier account for just £9.99 for three months (then back to £21.99 thereafter) – which doesn’t seem like a bad deal at all.

I like Plus.Net because:

  • Excellent peering agreements via 10Gbps connection with LoNAP
  • 24/7 tech support on an 0845 local call number
  • Static IP on request
  • No 12-month contract to sign
  • Tolerant of high p2p and SSH use – both in policy and technical infrastructure
  • One of few uncapped 2MB options for those on exchanges that are not LLU’d
  • Offer a number of complimentary services with each account such as a free fax-to-email telephone number

If you don’t use p2p much, you can get a Plus account instead of a Premier account, which gives lower priority to p2p use but only costs £14.99 inc VAT a month – again that’s uncapped.

Check out their ful set of offers

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One Comment

  1. Mike Mike

    I recently switched from Zen to plusnet and am regreting it.
    Plusnet has a lot of intermittant packet loss.

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