At present I tend to use around 50GB (sometimes running out on the last day of the month) so paying an extra £60 per annum after a year wouldn't make sense but, if it's actually cheaper to go unlimited on a rolling 12 month contract then I'd jump on it. I'm sure I'd use a bit more on unlimited but it would be nice not having to worry about the cap.
I also have a Zen landline on a no-longer-available tariff which complicates things further although I think I'm best to stick with this until the rates are no longer frozen.
I just had a look at their site, and don't know what you are paying at the moment, but assume your phone contract and existing broadband contract are separate.
The figures you give here come from the "With line rental" option, where I expect your existing line contract would be terminated. What exactly happens and if there is a cost to that might be in their detailed T & Cs but that's going a bit deep not knowing your current costs.
There is a "Broadband" (only) tab on the page I'm referring to
to the right of the "With line rental" one you quote from. Two identical products except the 12-month term is cheaper for that period.
Is there any mileage in taking one of those with your current line rental contract?
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Edited by RobertoS (Tue 21-Aug-18 15:34:11)