PlusNet has launched a consumer telecoms package that includes landline phone services and a broadband connection of up to 8Mbps.
PlusNet hopes to win customers by using its existing deals with broadband providers to offer internet services to 99.6 per cent of the UK without the delay of local-loop unbundling (LLU).
"The company has a choice of where to buy from so we can provide broadband to customers regardless of their exchange being LLU. It is all the same price and is set up in around 10 days."
However, the £20.99 service includes a 50MB limit on internet downloads, with a 0.224p charge for every megabyte after that.
Trevaskiss said that customers will get an email alert if they use up the 50MB and can view their usage and buy more online.
PlusNet also offers a £29.99 service, which has no overall download restrictions but limits users to 3GB during peak times.
Both deals include four hours of free UK calls, with the £29.99 package extending those calls to the top 20 international destinations. Calls to other PlusNet customers and VoIP users are free.
"It is quickly becoming standard for broadband and telephone services to be bundled together, but a major barrier to take up has been poor nationwide coverage and off-putting long-term contracts," said Neil Armstrong, product development director at PlusNet.
"The UK consumer can now get access to a great service with the comfort of a one-month term."
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