Brighten up your lockdown with a NOW Broadband package

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Like many of us, you're probably still working from home, or you've got kids doing the online learning thing, and you're relying on a solid broadband connection to get things done. If your connection hasn't been up to the task, it might be time to consider an upgrade, and NOW Broadband could have the package for you.

If you're looking for a boost in speed, consider getting Super Fibre Broadband for just £24 a month, which comes with free Anytime calls, average speeds of 63Mb, unlimited downloads and is available on both 1 month and 12 month contracts.

Sadly, not everyone can get Super Fibre just yet, but don't worry, NOW have some other great offers on. You can get Fab Fibre with Anytime calls and average speeds of 36Mb for £23 a month, and Brilliant Broadband with Anytime calls and average speeds of 11Mb for just £18 a month. Again, you'll get unlimited downloads and both packages are available on 1 month and 12 month contracts.

Work isn't the only thing that matters during a lockdown. You've got to keep yourself entertained the rest of the time, and one of the easiest ways to do that is to settle down on the sofa and watch a movie or binge a good TV series. NOW have got you covered there, too. You've got a choice of different passes that you can mix and match with your broadband deal. The Fab Fibre broadband with Entertainment Pass bundle is £23.99 for the first 6 months, and then £27.99 a month for the remainder of the 12 month contract. Meanwhile, the Sky Cinema Pass is £9.99 extra a month or you can get the Sky Sports Pass for £25.99 extra a month.

 


All offers available to new customers only unless otherwise specified. Free activation on 12 month contracts, £60 activation fee applies to 1 month contracts. £5 post and packaging fee applies. Actual speeds offered subject to a line check and will be displayed on checkout. Only available in NOW Fibre areas. Offer ends midnight on 18/03/2021.

Posted by Fiona Conner on in OffersNOW Broadband

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