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15% discounts in First Utility fibre broadband flash sale

15% discounts in First Utility fibre broadband flash sale

Thursday, 18 January, 2018

Energy company and budget broadband specialist First Utility is offering 15% discounts on its fibre broadband until 21 January 2018.

First Utility remains a popular choice for those looking to switch and save, offering straightforward pricing and one of the cheapest broadband deals on the market at £18.99 a month.

Each comes on an 18 month contract and promises a stress-free switch, with no set-up costs or hidden charges. First Utility is also one of the only broadband providers who promise that your monthly bills will not spike when you end your first 18 month contract with them.

SuperFirst 38Mbps broadband

The deals where you’ll get your 15% savings are on the company’s SuperFirst 38Mbps fibre broadband, which is coming down in price from £31.99 a month to £27.99 a month.

If you still use your landline phone rather than a mobile for your main household calls, for £3 a month you can add inclusive evening and weekend calls, while anytime calls to UK landlines and mobiles will add another £7 a month to your bill.

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UltraFirst 76Mbps broadband

If you need 76Mbps fibre broadband then UltraFirst will be more up your street. This deal has dropped from the standard £34.99 a month to bring it in at £29.99 a month.

If you want to add inclusive calls to your package again these come in at £3 a month for evening and weekends, or £7 a month for anytime calls to UK landlines and mobiles.

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These deals close at midnight on 21 January 2018.

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