Save up to €660 on broadband, TV and phone packages with UPC
UPC are offering new customers double discounts with its best ever introductory offers
New customers can save up to €660 on TV, broadband and home phone packages thanks to UPC’s best ever discounts, which offer double savings when compared with the provider’s previous offers.
With the 240Mb Mobile World and Horizon TV bundle, new customers will receive free TV for 12 months including 14 HD channels as standard, and €20 off broadband and phone for 12 months.
Customers can enjoy unlimited broadband with speeds of up to 240Mb and unlimited calls to Irish mobiles, landlines and international calls to mobiles and landlines in 22 countries.
The cost is €35 per month for the first year and €85 thereafter.
For an extra €5 per month, customers can choose the 240Mb Mobile World and Horizon Max TV bundle, which has all the benefits of the 240Mb Mobile World and Horizon TV bundle plus an extra 60 TV channels, and 22 HD at no extra cost.
The cost is €35 per month for the first year and €90 thereafter.
My Prime is also included with both packages, allowing viewers to watch top TV box sets, movies and kids channels on a range of devices both in and out of your home.
For customers interested in broadband and phone only, UPC are offering €20 off the 1 20Mb and Anytime Mobile package for 12 months, with minimum speeds of 100Mb guaranteed.
The main features of this plan include unlimited broadband up to 120Mbps and unlimited calls to Irish mobiles and local and national landlines.
The cost is €25 per month for the first year and €48.50 thereafter. This represents a saving of €240 on the standard monthly cost of the package.
All packages are subject to an 18 month contract and come with a free Horizon modem with wireless capabilities and free connection.
Subscribers can also access UPC’s Horizon Wi-Free and the Horizon phone app for free when signing up to its 120Mb or 240Mb broadband bundles.
These latest special offers are only avialbale for a limited period and are due to end on the 5th of July.