Utility Warehouse unveils new broadband pricing to help combat the cost of living crisis

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17 February 2022 - Utility Warehouse, the UK’s only genuine multiservice provider, has today announced new broadband prices for new customers that will help them deal with the cost of the living crisis. While other broadband providers have announced price rises ahead of changes to RPI/CPI, Utility Warehouse is lowering its pricing for new customers and pledging that new customers who sign up to UW broadband from February 17th won’t see price rises mid-contract.

From today, new customers who sign up to UW will see significant savings over their 18 month contracts and a no mid-contract price rise guarantee. And new customers who sign up to all services with UW, taking out the Double Gold bundle, will see an even bigger saving on their new broadband package. The new pricing structure is as follows:

Ultra Broadband

  • £24 per month

  • £21.60 with Double Gold discount of 10%

Ultra Plus 

  • £31 per month 

  • £27.90 with Double Gold discount of 10% 

Full Fibre 100 

  • £31 per month

  • £27.90 with Double Gold discount of 10% 

Full Fibre 500 

  • £44 per month

  • £39.60 per month with Double Gold discount of 10%

This is new standard pricing for the first 18 months of contracts taken out by new customers and the prices could change after 18 months. New customers who sign up for an 18 month contract from 17th February can be sure that they won’t see mid-contract price rises.

UW customers who sign up for broadband with the multiservice supplier can also be sure that they are getting access to some of the latest and best broadband technology. UW is one of only two providers in the UK to offer its customers access to the eero system from Amazon.

These eero devices can be added to packages at a low cost. Two devices cost just £5 per month with a third costing an extra £2.50 on top. Each device usually costs £100 outright. So our customers are making a substantial saving on the RRP. These devices also come with eero Secure - usually £25 a year. This app gives customers features like advanced security and ad blockers, allowing easy management of the home Wi-Fi system.

Robyn Hyde, Head of Product at Utility Warehouse, said: ‘At a time when consumers are being clobbered with rising bills and a massive squeeze in the cost of living, we’re welcoming new customers with lower prices and a guarantee that we won’t raise their prices mid-contract. This is just another way that UW is giving customers peace of mind on yet another household bill. We already offer customers energy prices below the price cap and great value mobile deals, and now they can make further savings with their broadband.’

New UW customers can sign up for the new broadband bundles by speaking to a UW Partner or visiting the UW homepage. For more information on our broadband and the other services we offer, visit www.uw.co.uk.

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