LightSpeed offer 1Gb broadband for 99p

11 July 2024 12:47   By Lyndsey Burton

LightSpeed are offering their 1Gb broadband plan for just 99p for six months, then £34.99 per month.

New customers signing up to independent full fibre broadband LightSpeed before 16th July 2024 can get their 1Gb plan for just .

While pricing is reduced for six months, the remaining 18 months of the 24-month minimum term will revert to the standard introductory price of £34.99 per month.

LightSpeed offer full fibre broadband in select locations focused in the East and West Midlands, including Norfolk, Suffolk, Peterborough and Lincolnshire.

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99p broadband

LightSpeed's latest offer for new customers is available on their 1Gb per second broadband deal, with prices reduced to just 99 pence per month for the first six months, and then £34.99 per month.

'The Millennium' broadband plan, offers symmetrical 1Gbps download and upload speeds, free activation, a WiFi 6 enabled Nokia Beacon router, and comes with a 24-month minimum term.

LightSpeed also promise no mid-contract price hikes, so the price you see will remain for the entire length of the 24-month contract.

Ultimately, this offer can save customers a huge £324 over the length of the contract, compared to the previous price of £39.99 per month for 24 months.

Prospective customers should hurry though, as this offer is until midnight on 16th July 2024.

LightSpeed broadband

While LightSpeed currently have limited availability in select towns and villages in the East and West Midlands, they're already at the forefront of broadband speeds, recently launching their 2Gbps 'The Ultimate' plan across the network.

It's possible to check availability using our free broadband tool, but coverage currently includes towns and villages in Norfolk, Suffolk, Peterborough and Lincolnshire such as Thetford, Downham Market, Dereham, Stowmarket, Haverhill, Halstead, Braintree, Witham, Maldon, Clacton-on-Sea, Harwich, Walton-on-the-Naze, Wivenhoe, Boston, Spalding, Long Sutton, Stamford, Bourne, King's Lynn, Fakenham, Sleaford, Skegness, and Chapel St Leonards.

The network also plans to connect 150,000 new premises in these regions, with a target of 400,000 homes and businesses connected by 2027.

In addition to full fibre broadband, LightSpeed also aim to offer customers services including VoIP, home security, and home entertainment packages.


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