Tesco has reduced the price of its unlimited broadband at just £2 per month, which, according to the supermarket chain is the cheapest unlimited broadband that does not involve paying for additional service.
Tesco Clubcard members who take a Tesco landline at £14.90 per month will get their broadband at just £2 extra for the first 12 months. The service includes for unlimited downloads and internet access, with inclusive evening and weekend calls to other UK landlines and 0845 and 0870 numbers.
The customers will also receive a Tesco Clubcard point for every £1 spent and will benefit from a call center in the UK offering free technical support.
The agreement is available in the areas covered by the network, which represents 70% of UK households.
The unlimited supply comes with a fair use policy, which the company said it would not affect anyone but the heaviest downloaders.
Those who are switching the service could leave in the first three months without penalty under the terms of the “promise of happiness.” Tesco Mobile customers are eligible for free Tesco broadband for 12 months.
The move is the latest in what is becoming a broadband market increasingly frantic.
A spokesman for Tesco Broadband said: “Slashing prices at broadband again this year means that for £2 only a month British families can download music, play online games and movies continuous inside their hearts.”
Before you sign up, check the speed you get using the availability checker on its website. The offer is open until June 30.
You can find out more on the dedicated website at tescobroadband.com