Vodafone, already offering full-fibre “Gigafast Broadband” via Cityfibre’ network, has reached a deal with Openreach to use their FTTP infrastructure in the rollout as well.
John Lewis are offering a handy £40 eGift card when you sign up to their Unlimited Broadband and Evening and Weekend Calls package.
New customers signing up to BT’s broadband-only package will get a handy gift of £60 in the form of a BT Reward Card.
Virgin Media are offering a massive £75 bill credit on their M50 Fibre Broabdand + Phone package for new customers.
Sky has launched its G.fast-powered ultrafast broadband, with prices starting from £39 a month and a minimum speed guarantee of 100Mbps.
Only one in five broadband customers always make changes at the end of their contract, meaning the vast majority are being rolled over onto more expensive standard tariffs.
Vodafone are offering a £75 voucher to new customers who sign up to their Superfast 1 broadband option.
Connecting every British premise to a full-fibre broadband network by 2025 would deliver a £59 billion boost to the UK economy, Openreach has said.