Along with that premium option KCOM also offers 400Mbps, 200Mbps and 70Mbps with each varying in cost.
Once the six months is up you can then choose which plan suits your needs with the rest of the 18-month contract charged at the standard price.
It’s a nice idea from KCOM as, although 1Gbps speeds sound enticing, not everyone really needs to invest in that much power.
For an average home, 200Mbps should be perfectly adequate although those with families who are downloading endless PS5 games, blockbuster movies and making video calls at the same time might want to consider moving up to 1Gbps.
If you weren’t already aware, the web in your home is a bit like a motorway so the more traffic that runs along it, the slower it gets. That’s why it’s a good idea to make sure the speeds you sign up for can cope with the amount of information you’re going to pump through it.
Published at Mon, 17 May 2021 06:55:00 +0000