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Rural UK ISP Gigaclear Discounts Ultrafast Broadband FTTP Prices – ISPreview.co.uk

Anybody lucky enough to be covered by Gigaclear’s rural Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network may like to know that they’ve significantly discounted the price of their symmetrical 300Mbps and 900Mbps speed (average) packages, which also come with free activation (usually £30-£120) and installation.

The promotion, which looks set to be available on new orders until the end of June, means that their 300Mbps package (use the code GO300 during checkout) has been reduced from £45 to £35 per month and their 900Mbps+ package (use the code GO900 during checkout) has been reduced from £75 to just £55 per month. This discount lasts for the duration of the first 18 month contract term.

The downside is that at present their “full fibre” network has only been built out to cover 93,000 premises in rural parts of England, but just 66,000+ of those are currently considered to be fully ready for service. Gigaclear’s previous ambition was to cover 350,000 premises by the end of 2021, although this may have been dented by their recent deployment delays. Credits to Graham for spotting this offer.

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