Yorkshire internet users can freeze their broadband bill until 2025 with this rural provider

Rural broadband provider Quickline Communications has taken a stand against rising broadband costs, offering its customers a resolute price freeze until March 2025.

While other major internet service providers squeeze their customers with price hikes, Quickline remains steadfast in its commitment to affordability.

Despite inflation-linked increases reaching a staggering 14% last year and another surge of up to 8% this April, Quickline refuses to succumb to escalating costs.

What’s more, along with a guaranteed price until 2025, when you sign up for broadband from Quickline, there are two unmissable offers to choose from which will save you even more money.

Epic deals

Embark on a journey with Quickline and seize one of two epic deals. Take your pick; enjoy Quickline broadband free for three months or free yourself from your current contract and choose free until you’re contract free, with Quickline installing their service to your home for the remainder of your existing contract at zero expense to you.

Now, they say, is the time to free yourself from unreliable providers and embrace Quickline's unwavering dedication to rural connectivity.

With fast speeds, reliable connection and a price guarantee that will stand the test of time, Quickline empowers communities with the digital lifelines they deserve.

Sean Royce, Quickline’s CEO, said: “We are laser focused on providing fast and reliable broadband to rural and hard-to-reach communities across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Everyone deserves to be able to get online and enjoy their best digital lives, no matter where they live. And importantly, we want to make sure the cost of connectivity is affordable.

“We have said for a long time that price hikes are not fair, they are not appropriate, and they are not right, more so than ever before with the cost-of-living crisis when every penny counts.

“Consumers need the reassurance that the price they sign up for is the price they will pay, in pounds and pence and for the full duration of their contract.

“Last year we reaffirmed our price freeze, removing the fear of cost hikes for our customers at a time when major broadband providers significantly increased their tariffs – many by far more than inflation.

“Our pledge to freeze prices until 2025 is a testament to our unwavering dedication to affordability and accessibility. We invite customers to break free from the price hikes imposed by other major broadband providers and switch to Quickline, where the price you see is the price you pay, unequivocally, for the duration of your contract.”

Quickline is one of the UK’s fastest growing broadband providers and is on a mission to bridge the digital divide between rural and urban areas across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

Broadband packages start at £29 per month for a 24-month contract. For details on all the deals and to find out if Quickline broadband is available in your community, visit quickline.co.uk/price-freeze

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