Quickline Reaffirms Two-Year Price Freeze Amidst BT’s 14.4% Price Hike

Quickline, the rural broadband provider, has once again emphasized its commitment to a two-year price freeze, providing customers with assurance in the face of increasing costs.

BT recently announced a significant annual price increase of 14.4%, and other major broadband providers in the UK are expected to follow suit with price hikes in the coming weeks.

In contrast, Quickline is standing by its promise to customers that the price they sign up for will remain unchanged for 24 months. This commitment comes at a crucial time when rising energy prices and the cost of living are putting considerable strain on household budgets.

Quickline’s CEO, Sean Royce, stated, “Our two-year price freeze reflects our commitment to providing affordable and high-quality broadband to rural communities that have suffered from poor speeds and connections for far too long. We want to reassure existing customers and let anyone considering joining us know that the price you sign up for will be the price you pay for the next two years. There are no hidden costs or extra charges, and we have deals to cover all budgets.”

Millions of broadband customers with major providers find themselves locked into contracts that include price increases linked to the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rate of inflation, leading to substantial price hikes starting from April 1. BT’s announcement of a 14.4% bill increase is just one example of these significant price rises.

Quickline, however, is ensuring that its prices remain stable. New customers have their prices fixed for the first two years of their contract, while existing customers benefit from loyalty discounts. Additionally, Quickline offers a rolling monthly contract for those who prefer not to commit to a long-term plan.

Quickline is known for providing fast and reliable broadband services to rural communities in North and West Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire, and Lincolnshire. Their broadband packages start at £29 per month for a 24-month contract, offering customers average download speeds of 100 Mbps and upload speeds of 50 Mbps. Higher-speed packages are also available, all without the worry of price increases during the contract period.

Jonny Rae

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