What are the disadvantages of short-term no contract broadband?

Disadvantages of short-term no contract broadband include:

  • Higher monthly rates compared to  longer contract deals
  • Higher set-up fees.  Most short term broadband services have a setup fee over £20.
  • You may also have to pay for the equipment
  • Limited new customer deals, offers or incentives

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