Direct Save Telecom announces it is launching a low-cost unlimited high-speed fibre to the home broadband service for new builds, with prices starting at just £4.95 a month.
This means new-build home owners will now have a choice for the first time over what broadband supplier they can have – and more importantly, save money.
Direct Save Telecom, who prides itself on being the lowest-costing broadband supplier in the UK, has specifically designed its fibre to the home tariffs to be competitive and genuinely save consumers money.
Direct Save will now be offering these new-build owners four different high-speed broadband options, with prices starting at just £4.95 for its unlimited 25Mb value option.
The other options available are 40Mb priced at £8.95, 100Mb at £25 and 300Mb at £48.50 a month.
As an introductory offer customers will receive the first three months free. All deals are 12 month contracts, with line rental of £14.45. They all include free weekend or evening and weekend UK calls, a free wireless router and UK based technical support and customer service.
“We have had excellent feedback about our new build fibre to the home launch, the product is excellent and the pricing is extremely competitive – it’s quite simple, if people go with Direct Save Telecom they will save money,” says Stavros Tsolakis, Direct Save Telecom’s CEO.
“Consumers living in these new build homes are in a very fortunate position as most of the UK does not have the option of high-speed fibre to the home broadband. The only drawback was they had no choice, until now, as seethelight was the only provider who serviced these new builds.
“We are delighted new-build owners now have a broadband choice. We are proud to say all our products are the lowest costing on the market, whether you are comparing them with the big 4 telcos or seethelight.
Tsolakis adds: “What’s more all our prices remain constant for the entirety of the contract with no hidden price jumps, and our UK-based technical support and customer services means set-up could not be more straight forward.”