UPC remove all set-up costs on all bundle packages

David Baker
by David Baker on 1st April, 2013

UPC have launched an exciting new promotional offer for the month of April which will see the removal of all set-up charges on all UPC bundles.

Irish households signing up to UPC will be able to benefit from significant savings to be made on all UPC dual and triple play bundles. This special offer will run from April 1st to April 30th and comes on the back of UPC introducing a series of reduced bundle offers at the end of February, in reaction to Sky’s launch in the Irish market. Customers signing up to UPC will be able to enjoy savings of €90 on all TV and broadband bundles and €45 on all broadband and phone bundles. This will also be the same for customers who choose to sign up for a TV and home phone package. With this new April special offer, subscribers can purchase 50Mb broadband with unlimited download allowance, home phone and digital TV with over 90 channels for as little as €59 per month, without incurring the additional €90 set-up fee. Similarly for those who are just interested in a broadband and home phone package, subscribers can now sign up to any of these bundles without the inclusion of an additional €45 set-up charge. The current UPC six months half price promotion will still apply to each bundle package for which the offers currently stand. This latest promotion from UPC is further evidence of the increased levels of competition in the broadband, home phone and digital TV market, which is good news for Irish consumers.

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