You do realise that if the phone isn't with Plusnet there is a £2.50 per month surcharge...
Thanks OJ, quite understand about the extra fee when not taking a PN line, though the cost of a PN line (compared with £5.99 + £2.50) would still be higher than I'd be paying. The limited "pluses" would be some 0845+0870 calls which aren't included on my mobile or via 1899, and low cost Caller Display (unless it ever rises from £0.99)
from previous experience taking broadband only won't be on special offer
unless the £14.99 (June 10) price is only for new customers, I'd be able to get that
. No point me wanting the higher speed with speed estimate of 33.5 Mbps, the thing stopping me considering PN before is/was the 40 GB allowance, but anyway, as an existing customer, what are the odds of me getting the £9.99 rate.
Of course, being ineligible for discounts, as an existing customer,(for free setup if I took phone line),
then whether or not I went for the higher cost FTTC service, ineligibility would also mean that I'd have to pay the setup fee
, and a line installation fee, too...
My options seem to vary considerably every quarter. I want to retain my fixed IP on PN, but know that another connection of similar speed with a dynamic IP would be handy (as I do websites and network testing so pros and cons of both static and dynamic, and am considering a third line for IPv6, from yet another ISP
If you run a business, have a second ISP and backup web hosting...