High Speed Broadband now available in Newton and the Village Hall

March 4th, 2016 | Posted by Mick Shaw in Uncategorized

Vispa have now installed their transmitter in Mottram St Andrew and can offer the services listed below. A village Hot Spot is now established in the Village Hall where we can demonstrate the service available. Next time you are down at the Hall, why not try it out. A date will be arranged in the near future for interested parties to come and see the capability of this system….watch this space for details.

Here are the packages Vispa offer:

Superfast Lite
Upto 10 Mbps download and 2 Mbps upload speeds
100GB Peak Usage Allowance*
Unlimited off peak usage
£19.95 per month

Superfast Premium
Upto 60 Mbps download and 2 Mbps upload speeds
200GB Peak Usage Allowance*
Unlimited off peak usage
£29.95 per month

Superfast SoHo
Upto 60 / 10 Mbps
500GB Peak Usage Allowance*
Unlimited off peak usage
£39.95 per month

Installation costs £99 with an 18 month contract or £149 with a 12 month contract.

*Peak time is defined as 8am – 11.59pm 7 days a week.

As this service does not use conventional telephone cables to transmit the signal, you don’t need a phone line to use this service, however, should you wish, you can transfer your phone line to Vispa, on the same line, and pay £15.99 per month line rental. Alternatively, you can transfer your phone number onto our VOIP platform, at a cost of £2.00 per month line rental, meaning calls will be made/received over your internet service, instead of your analogue copper line, meaning less costs for line rental.

Vispa will tell you what speeds you can expect to receive upon installation, and should you not be happy with the expected speeds, you can cancel the installation without charge.

Remember if you have registered an interest you still need to sign up to a service in order to be connected.

For further information you can contact Vispa on the numbers below or contact myself through the Contact page.

 

t: 0330 088 5800
e: sales@vispa.net
w: www.vispa.net

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