Ignore Virgin Media and BT! That unmissable broadband deal ends this week

We all want faster broadband, but increasing your download speeds doesn’t come cheap. A simple 70Mbps broadband package (the average speed across the UK this year) from BT, Sky or Virgin Media will usually cost you at least £ 30 a month.

Start asking for faster speeds and your bank balance will take some serious damage. Sky Broadband’s best speed at 500Mbps costs £ 45, while Virgin Media and BT both charge around £ 60 a month for the incredibly fast 1Gbps technology. Ouch!

Fortunately, there is now a way to get both ultra-fast broadband and cheaper prices, as Hyperotic is bringing one of the best deals in a long time. The Internet Service Provider (ISP) has just celebrated its 10th anniversary of providing the Internet to UK households and is offering its fast 1 Gbps connection for just £ 20 per month to mark the occasion.

That is a saving of 40 € compared to the usual price.

If you didn’t already know, gigabit broadband lets you download a full-length movie in high definition in just 40 seconds. For comparison, the same movie lasts over 10 minutes over a 70Mbps connection.

It gets even better if you own a PS5 or Xbox Series X. A 50 GB game only takes 7 minutes to whiz onto the console – the same title would take almost two hours at that speed of 70 Mbps.

The Hyperoptic deal is for a full 24 months, so you get that low price for two years before you have to switch contracts.

Of course, as with most things in life, there is a catch as Hyperoptic cables are not found on every street in the UK. The company has now expanded its business to over 50 cities, but unfortunately not everyone will have access to this business.

You can check your zip code here

With Hyperoptic close by you need to be quick to take full advantage – the deal ends October 20th.

Even if you’re already using Hyperoptic, there is good news: The company says its existing customers can win a 1Gb broadband package – free for ten years – through a contest running on Twitter and Facebook.

Dana Tobak, CEO of Hyperoptic, said of the enormous price reduction: “Today marks a major milestone in the history of Hyperoptic. In 2011 the term “gigabit broadband” sounded very futuristic. The market was ripe for disruption, but as a start-up we were competing with some industry giants whose existing technology was incompatible with next-generation broadband delivery and who didn’t want to cannibalize their customer base.

“Hyperoptic’s success is thanks to the support of our incredible customers and customers who have always been our greatest advocates. We are very much looking forward to the next ten years and the implementation of our ambitious growth plans, in which we will continue to scale our network and set the best practice example for our industry. “

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