I'm currently on Zen Fibre office, £66 per month with a 400GB download cap. Line rental not included,which is £15.45 from BT.
Total per month at present is therefore £81.45
I could switch to the new unlimited Fibre 2 package at a total of £45.44 including line rental from Zen.
So I can save £36.01 a month by switching. What's the catch? Is the broadband service identical on both packages? If so, why not just cut the price of the Fibre Office products?
Why the big disparity in pricing from Zen? One explanation could be they are using the price differential to persuade lots of existing customers to switch their line rental.
Are we about (or in a couple of months or so if the above explanation is correct) to see a big drop in the Fibre Office pricing?
Why are Zen (and other ISPs of course) so keen for you to move your line rental to them?