YouFibre, one of the UK’s fastest-growing broadband providers, has launched a new suite of standard pricing tariffs for all new customers, starting from only £1 a month.
The new tariff, which has been launched in response to the cost-of-living crisis, will see customers on YouFibre’s one gigabit package paying just £1 for the first three months and £29.99 for the remainder of their 24-month contract. Plus, to offer customers complete peace-of-mind, the full fibre broadband provider has committed to a price freeze for 2023, meaning no surprise price hikes mid-contract.
YouFibre already provides broadband to around 22,000 homes and offices in the UK, with ambitious growth plans for 2023. The new £1 tariff will be available across YouFibre’s whole UK network, offering customers the opportunity to access ultrafast and reliable broadband, supported by superb UK-based customer care.
Ryan Battle, Managing Director at YouFibre, comments: “The cost-of-living crisis has already taken a huge toll on households and businesses across the UK. With energy costs predicted to rise even further this year, we wanted to create tariffs that not only alleviate the financial pressure of utility bills in the short-term, but remains competitive throughout the entire contract, with no nasty surprises.”
“With full fibre broadband now available to 42% of all homes within the UK, consumers are beginning to see the significant benefits full fibre brings in an increasingly digital world. Our ambition for 2023 is to connect as many people as possible to our affordable, reliable, ultrafast network and help the UK transition to a completely full-fibre future.”
As well as reviewing pricing on its one Gigabit (1,000Mbps) product, YouFibre launched a social tariff in 2022 which aims to provide an accessible broadband price for vulnerable people and those living in social housing. Prices for the social tariff start from as little as £15 a month to further support the company’s vision to deliver affordable and accessible broadband to as many homes as possible.