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Plusnet Full Fibre 300 Plusnet
£35.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 300Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£35.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Full Fibre 145 Plusnet
£30.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 145Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£30.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Full Fibre 74 Plusnet
£29.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 74Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£29.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Full Fibre 900 Plusnet
£50.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 910Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£50.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Full Fibre 500 Plusnet
£40.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 500Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£40.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Fibre Broadband Plusnet
£26.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 66Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£26.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Unlimited Broadband Plusnet
£26.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 10Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
£26.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Why choose Plusnet broadband?

  • Cheap broadband packages – With relatively low prices (starting from £26.99 per month) and fibre optic speeds now up to 910Mbps, Plusnet offers excellent value for money and a particularly wide range of options
  • Mostly broadband only – This is only a positive if you don't need a landline, but increasingly most users don't. So, if you'd rather not pay for a call plan, Plusnet is one of an growing number of providers that mostly only offers broadband only packages. In fact, only their basic ADSL broadband now comes with a phone line at all. If you do want to switch to Plusnet, but still need a landline, you'll have to source that separately, or retain it with your current provider, which may prove uneconomic.
  • Plusnet Reward Card – You can sometimes find broadband deals offered with a Plusnet Reward Card, which can be spent online or at most high street shops that accept Mastercard
  • 24-month contracts – Plusnet has moved from 12-month to 24-month contracts, meaning you won't need to worry about having to switch, or the price increasing too heavily for a few years. Unfortunately, the company no longer offers month-to-month short term contracts
  • Unlimited usage on all packages – All Plusnet’s residential packages come with unlimited usage, so there'll be nothing to limit your online fun
  • A UK-based customer service team – Plusnet provides an impressive customer support service between 8am and 8pm, every day of the week and its offices are based in the UK. It has also been formally recognised for its support services and has won many customer service awards

Pros and cons

Reasons to buy

  • Cheap broadband packages
  • Plusnet Reward Card on some packages
  • 24-month contracts
  • Award-winning UK-based customer service

Reasons to avoid

  • Very basic packages with few extras
  • No option for TV bundles
  • Free online security included
  • Not the provider to go for if you need a landine

What does Plusnet broadband offer?

Plusnet supplies a free router with its broadband packages, and, unlike some providers, there's no activation charge. Most packages can be bundled with a home phone, but by default all packages are offered as broadband-only. Unfortunately, Plusnet doesn’t offer any TV bundles, so you'll have to use streaming services via a smart TV if that TV is important to you.

  • Plusnet ADSL broadband – Plusnet’s ADSL package offers average speeds of 10Mbps, and unlike their other broadband deals, it comes bundled with a home phone as standard, meaning you get pay-as-you-go calls
  • Plusnet Fibre broadband – The provider now offers only one FTTC package (that's 'Fibre to the Cabinet', meaning some old fashioned copper phone lines are still involved). Speeds average out at about 50Mbps. Pricing is the same, regardless of the speed you can get, and, unusually, there's no phone line available unless there are exceptional circumstances
  • Plusnet Full Fibre broadband – Plusnet's Full Fibre packages utilise Openreach's FTTP network. That's 'Fibre to the Property', meaning the connection to your home is entirely made up by fibre optic cables, so it's capable of very, very high speeds. Five flavours are available, ranging from a quite respectable 74Mbps, all the way up to a staggering 910Mbps – enough for almost any likely domestic or small business use
Broadband Package Download Speed Upload Speed Cost
Unlimited Broadband 10Mbps 1Mbps £26.99 per month
Fibre Broadband 66Mbps 9.5Mbps £26.99 per month
Full Fibre 74 74Mbps 20Mbps £29.99 per month
Full Fibre 145 145Mbps 30Mbps £30.99 per month
Full Fibre 300 300Mbps 50Mbps £35.99 per month
Full Fibre 500 500Mbps 75Mbps £40.99 per month
Full Fibre 900 910Mbps 110Mbps £50.99 per month

Can I get Plusnet broadband in my area?

Plusnet’s services are available in most areas, but naturally they vary from area to area. You can use our checker at the top of the page to see if it’s on offer where you are. Just insert your postcode and we will give you a list of deals to choose from.

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What is Plusnet broadband?

Plusnet is known for offering some of the cheapest broadband deals on the market and provides a variety of packages to suit each household. The company was set up in Sheffield in 1997 and was acquired by BT in 2007. However, it is operated as a wholly separate business, so often its broadband deals are quite different from BT’s, which usually means they're cheaper. Plusnet launched its ADSL fibre broadband service in 2012 and its full fibre FTTP packages in 2022.

Like most of the UK’s broadband providers, Plusnet runs its services across the Openreach broadband network. As a result, switching to Plusnet broadband should be a pretty seamless process, unless you don’t already have a phone line or are switching from Virgin Media, which runs on its own separate network. Find out more in our Plusnet broadband review.

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