Pure Telecom launches new €24 dual-play deal
Robyn Hamilton
Staff Writer

Pure Telecom is now offering broadband and home phone to new customers for €24 a month for the first 6 months of an 18-month contract.

What are the details?

From today, new customers signing up to Pure Telecom can get unlimited broadband and free anytime unlimited calls to local and national landlines for €24 a month for the first 6 months of their contract.

Once the first 6 months have passed, the monthly price will rise to €50. Since it’s an 18-month contract, the average price works out at around €41 a month over the full contact.

Pure Telecom broadband can reach speeds of up to 100 Mbps and customers can choose to get unlimited calls to the UK, US, Australian or Canadian landlines for €5 extra (per country) per month should they wish.  

Who are Pure Telecom?

A small player in the broadband market, Pure Telecom have been quietly building up their customer base over the last number of years. They grew by 25% last year and aim to hit 100,000 customers by 2019.

We caught up with the company’s CEO Paul Connell a couple of weeks ago and he told us that Pure Telecom has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. With big plans for rural Ireland, and plans for increased speed and availability, Pure Telecom are going from strength to strength.

How can I get the €24 offer?

The offer is available for sign up right now on bonkers.ie.

Simply enter your name, contact details and address and place your order. Pure Telecom will then be in touch to confirm your details and you’ll be up and running within 7-10 days.

You also have a two-week cooling-off period, in case you change your mind and want to cancel your order.

Summer broadband wars

Pure Telecom is just one of many providers that have already launched compelling deals this summer. Virgin Media, Sky and Vodafone have all already announced different deals and it can be hard to know which provider to go with, as at the end of the day, the best deal for you comes down to your individual needs.

To find the best plan for you, we recommend using our Compare Broadband, Phone & TV Deal page.