Which package suit you best?
We're now rolling out our superfast network upgrade. That means up to 24Mbps, with unlimited downloads, for just £40 a month! Add VoIP (internet telephone), and you could replace your costly landline and call charges with an all-included plan for as little as £8 a month! In the parts of our network not yet upgraded to superfast speeds, you'll get up to 10Mbps, with a generous 60GB monthly download allowance.
Fair Use Allowance
If you have a subscription with a Download Allowance, you'll be automatically notified by email when your reach 50%, 75% and 100% of that allowance. If you exceed your allowance? Your connection speed will be reduced to 2Mbps for the following month. But don't worry. The very great majority of Village Networks subscribers never reach their monthly 60GB. And the even better news, is your use isn't measured between 2300hrs and 0600hrs.
|WHERE SUPERFAST IS AVAILABLE||Speed (Mbps)*||Monthly download||£/pm|
|WHERE SUPERFAST IS NOT AVAILABLE|
|APPLICABLE TO ALL CONNECTIONS|
|Installation - illustrative only. The amount may vary depending on your location||£220|
|Installation with VoIP||£100|
Prices include VAT*Maximum speeds, which may vary at busy times in parts of the shared network.
**Includes on-site attendance, where required, for internet connectivity issues, guaranteed within 24hrs Mon-Fri .
Speeds will vary!
The speeds we quote are average speeds. You may get a little more or a little less, depending on your exact location. Speeds available from any internet providers, regardless of the technology used to connect you, will fluctuate. Most speed variations are caused by the strength of your own wifi signal in your home or office, and the number of active devices connected to your home or office network. Traffic across the network outside your premises also causes variations in speeds. We keep a careful eye on bandwidth and contention, and make adjustments whenever necessary, to ensure your speeds are as close as possible to those specified in your subscription.
Often, when speeds vary, the cause can be traffic (or connectivity issues) out there in the wider internet, beyond our own network, and outside our control.