Lit Fibre Discount Broadband for Western and South Western UK Towns

Alternative network provider and broadband ISP Lit Fibre, which is currently in the process of being acquired by CityFibre for an undisclosed sum (here), has informed ISPreview that customers on their FTTP network in several Western and South Western towns will be able to benefit from a special price discount.

The provider, which has rolled out their gigabit broadband network to cover numerous towns across several of England’s counties (e.g. Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Hertfordshire, Worcestershire, Essex, Suffolk and across the Midlands), has so far covered 200,000 premises and will ultimately reach 300,000 as part of the CityFibre deal.

However, people covered by Lit Fibre’s network in Cirencester, Chippenham, Evesham, Westbury, Melksham, Redditch, Stratford Upon Avon, Sutton Coldfield, Warminster, Midsomer Norton, Erdington and Streetly, may like to know that they’ve being given a special price discount – available until 20th June 2024 (presumably to encourage more take-up).

Consumers in these specific areas will be able to take Lit Fibre’s 100Mbps package for just £18 per month on a 24-month term (usually £30), which rises to £22 for 500Mbps (usually £45) and £32 for 1000Mbps (usually £65).

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