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The official contact number for PlusNet can be found free from plus.net.
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Contact Plusnet using the phone number above. The Plusnet customer service team is dedicated to offering good, honest support with no compromise, their award winning customer team, based in the UK, are the recipients of many industry awards. The telephone number for Plusnet helpline provides help and support in plain English and when they mess up; they are honest about their mistakes and will keep you informed about what they are doing to fix things. The residential sales team can be contacted using the Plusnet contact telephone number provided, from 8am to 9pm Mon to Fri, 9am to 9pm Sat and Sun, whereas the support lines for both residential and business customers are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please note that calls to Plusnet may be recorded for training purposes.
Review of PlusNet
Plusnet offers UK customers broadband and phone packages, featuring super fast speeds of up to 76Mb using fibre optic broadband. Their packages offer a fantastic balance of unbeatable prices, industry leading features and uncompromising support. With over 15 years of experience in the UK broadband market, Plusnet know how to provide award-winning service and have lots of satisfied customers, happy to recommend friends and family to the Plusnet service (in fact in a recent independent survey it was found that Plusnet customers are more satisfied than those of Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin).
UK-based support is available for all Plusnet customers 24/7 and they are a Which? Recommended Provider. Plusnet now offer completely a unlimited broadband package, with no monthly usage limit. You can stream TV, music and movies, plus play multi-user games online using their super fast, super affordable fibre optic broadband.
Based in Sheffield, in 2007 Plusnet was acquired by BT, but continues to operate a number of "Virtual ISP" brands such as Metronet, Madasafish, John Lewis Partnership and the Vodafone@Home service. Plusnet's growth was driven primarily on customer recommendations, where they were able to demonstrate year on year growth at a time when many ISP's were struggling to survive.