PlusNet unveils pay as you go pricing model for services up to 8Mbps

PlusNet has announced a significant overhaul of its broadband services, offering speeds up to 8Mbps and a new usage-based payment system.

The ISPs Premier customers will be able to choose the speed of their connection but will be charged purely on the basis of the amount of downstream peak-time capacity they use; broadband usage between 1am and 8am will be entirely unrestricted.

Monthly charges are as follows: £21.99 up to 30GB; £29.99 up to 50GB;£39.99 up to 75GB; £49.99 up to 100GB; and £59.99 up to 125GB.

PlusNet Lite products will be renamed PAYG and will include 4Mbps and 8Mbps options from April. Prices will start at £14.99 plus £1.50 per GB.

A third, new product will also be introduced in April. Broadband Plus will be designed to ‘meet the needs of the average broadband user, looking for fast email and Web browsing’ but little more, and its pricing will reflect this. Details, however, have yet to be disclosed but PlusNet said that its fair usage system [traffic-based charging] will not apply, due to the way the service is designed.

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