Back in November 2012, we started a series of blog posts evaluating broadband across a variety of providers: Orange, O2 Mobile, PlusNet and Virgin.
We today, we evaluated PlusNet. We feel we have been with them long enough to arrive at a firm conclusion on the quality of their broadband provision, so here it is.
We’ve been with PlusNet now since 13th November 2012 – and so far – we have to say we are quite satisfied with their Internet connection. It is:
- Quite fast – averaging around 11mbps for download speed, PlusNet, so far, have proven themselves to provide a faster connection speed than Orange.
- Reliable – connection is on first time, every time. The days of having to boot up the router twice or three times are over!
And at £6.49 per month, we would say it represents excellent value for money!
Only thing is that the PlusNet do insist upon a usage allowance for their cheapest package of 10GB. Which – if you are a heavy user of the Internet, may be far from the right choice for you, however they do have unlimited packages, if you are willing to pay a little bit more, or, if you can limit your heavy use to overnight, it does not, currently, come out of your data allowance!
So – if you are looking for a landline based broadband connection, we would highly recommend PlusNet.
Coming Soon: Virgin Broadband.