PlusNet Reduce Broadband Contract Lengths
Broadband provider PlusNet (Plus.Net) has cut the length of its broadband contracts from 18 months to 12 months.
As well as reducing the contract length for new and existing customers, PlusNet has also ammended their cancellation policy.
The new policy means customers will only be charged the cost of setting up their account or for any hardware they have taken if they leave PlusNet within 12 months of joining.
This is instead of being charged for the outstanding subscription that they owe, a policy which other broadband providers tend to operate.
Customers can also choose to pay for set-up and hardware up front if they want the flexibility to leave without notice, an option often referred to in the industry as broadband with no contract.
Anthony Vollmer, CEO of Plusnet said, “Moving to shorter commitment periods allows customers so much more flexibility. We want our customers to stay with us because they love our phone and broadband products, not because we have tied them into lengthy contracts”.
Recently voted as the UK’s ‘Best Value Home Broadband Provider’, PlusNet offers broadband speeds up to 8Mbps from just £5.99 a month.
Those readers interested in switching to one of PlusNet’s shorter, more flexible broadband contracts can find out more at the Plus.Net website.