Plusnet Fibre Broadband Review 2021

Plusnet fibre Broadband review – 2021

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In this article, I review my experience of becoming a Plusnet Fibre Broadband customer. Including things I like and don’t like about Plusnet and then my final Plusnet review rating, on whether you should join up. Plus a list of current top Plusnet deals.

About Plusnet

Plusnet is a friendly, no-nonsense, award-winning Broadband provider. The Plusnet Broadband company been around since 1997. The BT group acquired Plusnet in 2007. They provide themselves on their top customer service, all being UK based, which is good. In fact, uSwitch awarded them  with the Best provider customer service winner in 2020. Their slogan is “We’ll do you proud”.

Plusnet Broadband – Great Deals Made Easy review

After moving from TalkTalk broadband, I found an amazing Plusnet Fibre deal involving a prepaid card of £50 and only £22.99 a month, a great deal (made easy). I needed fast fibre Broadband due to working from home, so speed for me was key. After making the order and receiving a Plusnet confirmation email, I was pleasantly surprised to get the router within just a few days and it worked instantly. (The blue light turned on within a minute). This was really promising. 4 months on, my internet remains at a high speed and the price per month I am paying is good value.

Things I like about Plusnet Broadband 

*Customer service seems good, with all service agents based in the UK based. The Plusnet broadband review score on Trustpilot is only 1.45/5, yet I have not experienced any issues myself.
*My delivery of the Plusnet router was a slick process, with simple activation instructions.
*Good Fast fibre internet – My Netflix is now no longer glitching when I watch films, which is refreshing good.
*The prepaid Plusnet card of £50 – This was a real bonus to joining up to Plusnet. I spent it wisely on my food shopping.

Plusnet fibre Broadband review - 2021 Great Deals Made Easy

Things I don’t like about Plusnet Broadband

*The Plusnet router is a bit ugly, in its appearance, a white plastic 90s look. I’m not a massive fan, so I’ve hidden it behind my television, out of sight.
*Plusnet broadband is not the quickest out there, it is available in three speeds (average speeds listed): 10Mb (ADSL broadband), 36Mb (fibre optic broadband), or 66Mb (fibre optic broadband). Faster speeds are available with other providers, like BT’s fibre product with average speeds of 50Mb and Virgin Media’s broadband packages are over 350Mb. If you are serious gamer or coders, I’d recommend Plusnet’s Fibre optic broadband or signing up Virgin or Sky. Compare these Broadband deals here.

GreatDealsMadeEasy Plusnet fibre Broadband verdict

Overall, this is a good value and high quality Fibre Broadband contract. It could be speedier, but for £22.99 a month, it is a great deal for what you get. I rate it 7.5/10.

Plusnet Broadband deals

As of January 2021, Plusnet have given me some top deals to share (which I will get commission from). Check out some top Plusnet deals.

Plusnet fibre Broadband review - 2021 Great Deals Made Easy

Compare Broadband Deals

To compare other provider deals, from TalkTalk Broadband, to Sky Broadband, to BT broadband  and EE Broadband, check out some top Broadband and Fibre deals on the Great Deals Made Easy comparison widget.

A lot people don’t know there are a few tricks and tips to speed up your broadband. If you current Broadband contract is coming to an end, check out some tips to get cheap Broadband offers. It is also worth reading my article on why loyalty doesn’t pay with your Broadband contract.

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William Pointing

I enjoy watching comedy, learning about new digital marketing trends, helping people generally (including saving money) and completing sport challenges (This year I plan on cycling to Paris from London).

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I enjoy watching comedy, learning about new digital marketing trends, helping people generally (including saving money) and completing sport challenges (This year I plan on cycling to Paris from London).

All stories by:William Pointing
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