Commitment free and student friendly – from only £23 a month + no activation fees+ £10 Just Eat Voucher!
Verify your student status to gain access to the Hyperoptic offers and get Hyperfast Broadband from £23. At least 90 days of active service is required to receive the £10 Just Eat Voucher during the promotion. Offer ends 3rd February 2020. Promotion is open to students whose status is verified via our exclusive student partner https://www.studentbeans.com/uk. Pricing shown is per month and applies to 50Mb, 150Mb and 1Gb Hyperoptic Fibre Broadband packages shown on a monthly rolling subscription or 12-month minimum period. At least 30 days’ notice is required to cancel the Monthly Rolling subscription service. Prices may change at any time during the contract, but we’ll give you at least 30 days’ notice. If you buy Hyperoptic’s 12-month minimum period product, the price from month 13 is currently: 50Mb £22 a month, 150Mb £35 a month, 1Gb £60 a month. If the account is in arrears, the offer will be withdrawn for the remaining period. If the account is terminated within 30 days of activation, no cancellation fees will be payable. After 30 days of active service, standard cancellation terms and fees apply. At least 30 days’ notice is required for termination. Same-day activation is available if a Hyperoptic Socket is installed. If a new Hyperoptic Socket installation is required, standard installation (worth £200) is included in price shown. An activation fee (£20) may apply All prices are inclusive of VAT. Hyperoptic reserves the right to withdraw the promotion at any time, with or without notice.
*Average speeds (achievable by 50% of users) are 900Mb on a 1Gb connection, 150Mb on a 150Mb connection and 50Mb on a 50Mb connection. 900Mb speed is not achievable by a single device over Wi-Fi. For a 900Mb connection to a single device, a wired connection is required. Acceptable Usage Policy applies. Please visit hyperoptic.com for full Terms of Service and standard Charges & Fees.
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There’s nothing worse than buffering when you’re in the middle of a good old TV binge. Or, maybe you’re trying to submit coursework with 2 minutes until the deadline (hey, we’re not judging) and your wifi just won’t conn...