Doncaster’s city status celebrated with £70 fibre broadband saving

Tony Jopling

Residents in one of the UK’s newest cities can save up to £70 on their full fibre broadband deal to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, thanks to Pure Broadband.

Doncaster is one of eight towns across the UK, Isle of Man and the Falkland Islands to be bestowed city status as part of a Platinum Jubilee civic honours competition to recognise local identity and cultural heritage.

As a town famous for being where the Flying Scotsman and Mallard were built, as well as being the home of the world’s oldest classic horse race – the St Leger – Doncaster’s place in history is already assured. But now residents have a new reason to celebrate.

To mark being granted city status, Pure Broadband is offering new customers a reduction of up to £70 on their annual bill.

Tony Jopling, Pure Broadband’s managing director, said: “We have been welcoming new customers in Doncaster to our really good value full fibre packages since we launched there last summer on the CityFibre network. And now is the time to give something back.

“Doncaster is thoroughly deserving of its new status and we want to do our bit to help the city celebrate. If you know anyone who is looking to switch broadband provider, take advantage of our Platinum Jubilee offer to mark Doncaster’s landmark achievement.”

The offer, which runs throughout June, will also apply to existing customers who have come to the end of their existing contract.

Pure Broadband was the brainchild of two Hull-based IT professionals, born of a desire to provide an alternative broadband supplier in the Hull area, where KCOM had long been the dominant provider.

The company already has several thousand full fibre broadband customers across Yorkshire and beyond, as its impressive reputation continues to grow. More than 5,000 new customers signed up in the last 12 months alone.

 

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