Why choose Pure Telecom broadband?

If you’re looking for a broadband provider that prides itself on its customer service and price transparency, Pure Telecom could be for you.

The company offers fibre-broadband with speeds of up to 1,000Mb in some areas across the country, and has over 45,000 customers so far.

Pure Telecom has competitive prices and its plans don’t have any hidden extras or restrictive terms - so there’s no fair usage policy to worry about.

What packages does Pure Telecom offer?

Pure Telecom has a variety of packages, so there’s something to suit every customer, whether you want a standalone broadband product, or would rather bundle it with a phone deal.

  • The Purely Broadband 100Mb plan offers fibre broadband with speeds up to 100Mb and unlimited broadband usage allowance. It costs €44 per month on an 18-month contract.
  • The Total Fibre Bundle comes with fibre broadband with speeds up to 100Mb and unlimited broadband usage allowance. It also has unlimited anytime calls to Irish landlines and Irish mobiles. This bundle costs €39 per month for the first three months, and €55 per month thereafter.

All of Pure Telecom’s plans come with a FREE modem and connection.

What is Pure Telecom’s best deal?

Pure Telecom currently have a great deal for new customers, called the Online Special Bundle. This comes with:

  • Superfast fibre broadband up to 100Mb
  • Unlimited broadband usage allowance
  • Unlimited anytime calls to Irish landlines
  • FREE connection & modem

It is available for just €24 per month for the first six months, going up to €50 thereafter, on an 18-month contract.

Pure Telecom features

  • Free modem, connection and delivery with all packages
  • Speeds of up to 1,000Mb available with Pure Telecom’s Fibre-to-the-Home
  • No hidden extras
  • No fair usage of traffic management
  • Line rental is included in the monthly cost

Disadvantages of going with Pure Telecom

As Pure Telecom progresses with its rollout across the country, the main disadvantage is that its plans are not available in all areas.

However, the company is committed to playing its part in bringing broadband to rural Ireland, and aims to more than double its customer numbers by 2019.