Yorkshire-based ISP Plusnet is halving the cost of its monthly business broadband packages for six months for new customers.
The catch? You'll have to agree to a 24-month contract and sign up before November 7 at Plusnet's website quoting the code 'bus6' or 'bus6fibre'.
The deal is available for the following services:
- Plusnet Business Broadband - £5 a month for six months (then £10 a month)
- Plusnet Unlimited Business Broadband – from £7.50 a month for six months (then from £15 a month)
- Plusnet Business Fibre – from £12.50 a month for six months (then from £25 a month)
- Plusnet Unlimited Business Fibre - from £17.50 a month for six months (then from £35 a month)
Totting up the total cost over 24 months, Plusnet claims that the deal makes both its fixed usage or unlimited options among the cheapest on the market.
Plusnet Business, its fixed usage package, will net you up to 17Mb download speed wth a 25GB monthly data usage limit for £210 over 24 months.
That's compared to XLN Telecom's £238 (with up to 24Mb down and 20GB data), BT Business's £264 (with up to 17Mb down and 10GB data), and TalkTalk Business's £360 (up to 24Mb and unlimited data).
If you plump for the unlimited option, it also ends up being the cheapest option over 24 months at £315 for up to 17Mbps downstream and no data usage limits.
That compares favourably to XLN Telecom's £358 (up to 24Mbps downstream and unlimited data), BT Business's £384 (up to 17Mbps down and unlimited data), and TalkTalk Business's £360 (up to 24Mbps down and unlimited data).
You may be asking yourself: what's the right business broadband for you?