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November 14, 2016

Plusnet Mobile launches as MVNO on EE network

Potential customers can pre-register for Plusnet Mobile before its launch on 29 November.

By Alexander Sword

Plusnet has announced its Plusnet Mobile offering built on the EE network, which customers can now pre-register for.

The plan will launch on the 29 November.

There are several tariffs, with prices ranging from £5 to £15 per month and between 500MB and 4GB of data. Those pre-registering will get a better deal of £10 per month.

Plusnet broadband customers will have access to an offer called Mates Rates which will provide double the data on all standard plans, not including the pre-registration one.

plusnet-2The MVNO is a SIM-only deal, meaning that customers will have to have their own handsets, and follows a deal between Plusnet and LIFE Mobile.

The latter was initially launched by Phones4u and is now owned and operated by EE.

Andy Baker, chief executive of Plusnet, said to Uswitch.com: “This is an incredibly exciting moment in our company’s history.

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“True to our Yorkshire roots, Plusnet has always prided itself on offering customers more for less, and extending our offering to include a mobile service is a natural next step as we move to become a full-service quad-play provider. “

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