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    What is Internet Safety?

    Using the Internet can sometimes be risky. From malware and viruses to phishing and data leaks, Internet safety is more important than ever. But what do we mean when we say 'Internet safety', anyway?

    What does Internet safety mean?

    Essentially, it is ensuring you behave in a way that protects your online activity from malicious software, would-be hackers, and data leaks. These methods can vary from the things you can do yourself to the role antivirus software plays in keeping you protected from online threats.

    Here are some common Internet safety measures and why they matter:

    Why use antivirus software?

    It's important to use antivirus software, especially if you are using a Windows computer, as it can protect you from numerous online threats, including spyware, malicious software, and viruses.

    Most antivirus software will also keep you safe from phishing – a method of fraudulently gaining access to important personal information, such as email passwords, online banking logins, and bank account details, by using fake websites or emails.

    Phishing is often conducted using an official-looking website or email that mimics a well-known brand. Most antivirus software will keep you protected from this tactic by identifying and flagging up worrying features, including if the website doesn't have a padlock in the URL bar or if the email sender has been identified as dangerous by other users.

    What is malware?

    Malware is malicious software that's specifically designed to worm its way onto your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Once inside, malware can often access your personal information, banking details, the files on your computer, and do all manner of nasty stuff.

    Viruses are a common type of malware attached to files you download from the Internet. They can be difficult to detect, as they are often disguised as video clips, image files, and ordinary word processing or spreadsheet documents. If a stranger sends you what they assure you is a funny video – while tempting to click – it's better to ignore it. This will help avoid exposing your computer to infection, so always act cautiously when it comes to strangers bearing cat videos.

    Malware is an umbrella term that includes a wide range of online threats, including spyware (a virus that can track what you type) and the websites you access to extract personal information.

    What is a Trojan horse?

    A Trojan horse is a common type of Internet virus that can affect your computer in a variety of different ways. Named after the famous Greek legend, Trojan horse viruses enter your computer under the guise of an ordinary download. The virus is unleashed after the file has finished downloading, often causing significant damage.

    Some Trojans can give external users the ability to control your computer remotely – accessing, deleting, and transferring files. Other Trojans are specially geared to source account details for online banking or spy on your online activity to gain access to your personal information.

    Ransomware is another common type of Trojan horse virus. Once the virus has taken hold and an external user has control of your computer, it holds important functions 'to ransom' until a fee has been paid.

    How does antivirus software work?

    Antivirus software protects your computer from online attacks using a variety of methods. One key way is on-access scanning. This feature will give files a once-over to see if there's any malware hidden inside before you attempt to open an executable file (a file that can make changes to your computer). If the file is safe, it will open automatically. If not, the file won't open and you'll be alerted that a risk has been prevented.

    This typically uses one of two methods to protect your computer – sandbox testing or heuristics – though some programs will use a combination of both.

    Sandbox testing emulates the instructions within a file in a controlled environment that cannot impact your computer, to see how it reacts. If the file has instructions that could be potentially harmful, it will be flagged and prevented from opening. This method usually takes longer, as the file must be tested before it's determined to be acceptable or not.

    A heuristic approach to virus detection involves conducting rigorous checks to determine the likelihood that a file could be dangerous to your computer, such as investigating the sender, the destination, and the intent of the file.

    Antivirus software updates frequently to add to a pre-existing list of known viruses and their behaviours. By logging the way new viruses behave as they encounter them, antivirus software can avoid flagging many 'false positives' – safe programs and applications that are mistaken for malicious ones.

    Why are complex passwords important?

    Passwords are the last line of defence against hackers and malicious software. Complex passwords that don't use real words, instead use a random selection of letters and numbers, for example, and are significantly stronger than common phrases. Hackers can try and crack a password using a method called an online dictionary attack. These attacks will automatically try to guess a password using millions of different dictionary words or a combination of words.

    Weak passwords can leave your confidential information open to a data leak. Data leaks can be particularly damaging, as hackers can use your personal data to commit identity fraud – like using your name, address, and banking information to take out loans or make big purchases.

    For more information on how to create secure passwords read our guide.

    Here’s the legal bit

    You can see our full residential terms and conditions here.

    * The price for broadband, line rental, call plans and call charges will be increased each March from 2022 by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published by the Office for National Statistics in January of that year plus 3.9%. Other prices, content and terms may also change during your contract. See our CPI Plus 3.9% Guide for details.

    Line rental is included in all our broadband packages. The standard line rental price is £21.22 a month, except where you sign up to Unlimited Broadband on an 18 month contract, the standard line rental price is £19.99 a month for the first 18 months, then £21.22 a month (line only, no calls included). The standard line rental price, or where applicable the discounted line rental price, is included in the package price.

    Unlimited Fibre Extra (12 and 18 month contracts)

    Prices and terms are subject to change during your contract.

    For new Plusnet customers that sign up for 12 or 18 months (as appropriate). Line rental is included in the price (line only, no calls included). Price from month 13 or 19 (as appropriate) currently £43.50 a month (incl. line rental). Compatible line required otherwise a £49.99 installation charge may apply (excluding any external construction charges). We'll include a wireless router worth £99.99. Outside of your 14 day cancellation period, if you choose to end your service within the minimum period, you will have to pay an early termination charge.

    The date your broadband and line rental activates, or where your services do not activate at the same time, the service that activates first, will be used as your monthly billing date. If your broadband or line rental service are not activated at the same time, for the service that is activated at a later date, charges will be pro rated for the first month and any applicable discounts for that service will apply once the service starts.

    Subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. No cash alternative. Exclusions and terms apply.

    Unlimited Fibre (12 and 18 month contracts)

    Prices and terms are subject to change during your contract.

    For new Plusnet customers that sign up for 12 or 18 months (as appropriate). Line rental is included in the price (line only, no calls included). Price from month 13 or 19 (as appropriate) currently £38.20 a month (incl. line rental). Compatible line required otherwise a £49.99 installation charge may apply (excluding any external construction charges). We'll include a wireless router worth £99.99. Outside of your 14 day cancellation period, if you choose to end your service within the minimum period, you will have to pay an early termination charge.

    The date your broadband and line rental activates, or where your services do not activate at the same time, the service that activates first, will be used as your monthly billing date. If your broadband or line rental service are not activated at the same time, for the service that is activated at a later date, charges will be pro rated for the first month and any applicable discounts for that service will apply once the service starts.

    Subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. No cash alternative. Exclusions and terms apply.

    Unlimited Broadband (12 and 18 month contracts)

    Prices and terms are subject to change during your contract.

    For new Plusnet customers that sign up for 12 or 18 months (as appropriate). Line rental is included in the price (line only, no calls included). Price from month 13 or 19 (as appropriate) currently £32.88 a month (incl. line rental). Compatible line required otherwise a £49.99 installation charge may apply (excluding any external construction charges). We'll include a wireless router worth £99.99. Outside of your 14 day cancellation period, if you choose to end your service within the minimum period, you will have to pay an early termination charge.

    The date your broadband and line rental activates, or where your services do not activate at the same time, the service that activates first, will be used as your monthly billing date. If your broadband or line rental service are not activated at the same time, for the service that is activated at a later date, charges will be pro rated for the first month and any applicable discounts for that service will apply once the service starts.

    Subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. No cash alternative. Exclusions and terms apply.

    Unlimited Broadband (no contract)

    Prices and terms are subject to change during your contract.

    For new Plusnet customers that sign up for a 30-day rolling contract. Line rental is included in the price (line only, no calls included). Price from month 13 currently £34.48 a month (incl. line rental). Compatible line required otherwise a £49.99 installation charge may apply (excluding any external construction charges). We'll include a wireless router worth £99.99. You may terminate your services at any time without having to pay an early termination charge.  Outside your 14 day cancellation period, you'll have to give at least 14 days' notice.

    The date your broadband and line rental activates, or where your services do not activate at the same time, the service that activates first, will be used as your monthly billing date. If your broadband or line rental service are not activated at the same time, for the service that is activated at a later date, charges will be pro rated for the first month and any applicable discounts for that service will apply once the service starts.

    Subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. No cash alternative. Exclusions and terms apply.

    Existing customers

    Please see our price guide, log into your account in the Member Centre or call us on 0800 073 1120 to discuss your contract.

    Speeds

    Φ Broadband speed is described as 'average download speed of 10Mb', as it is based on speed available to at least 50% of customers at peak time (8-10pm). Your actual speed will be dependent on your location, phone line, home wiring, Wi-Fi connection and time of day. Find out why speeds vary. Check your speed and products available at your location via 'check availability' on our home page.

    † Fibre broadband speed is described as 'average download speed of 66Mb' and 'average upload speed of 18Mb' on Unlimited Fibre Extra and 'average download speed of 36Mb' and 'average upload speed of 9Mb' on Unlimited Fibre as it is based on speed available to at least 50% of customers at peak time (8-10pm). Your actual speed will be dependent on your location, phone line, home wiring, Wi-Fi connection and time of day. Find out why speeds vary. Check your speed and products available at your location via 'check availability' on our home page.

    Ө Up to 6x faster: based on a comparison between the average Unlimited Fibre Extra download speeds with the average Unlimited Broadband speeds. The actual speed you'll get depends on your location, phone line, home wiring, Wi-Fi connection and time of day. Find out why speeds vary. Check your speed and products available at your location via 'check availability' on our home page.

    ** Plusnet Reward Card

    Once your broadband and line rental are activated you will be issued claim information via email. Follow the instructions in this email to be issued with your Plusnet Reward Card. You must submit your claim within two months of the email being issued. The card must be activated within three months of it being issued.

    Your Plusnet Reward Card is issued by GVS Prepaid Ltd, an Electronic Money Institution authorised in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority with Firm Reference number 900230; pursuant to license from Mastercard International. Mastercard ® is a registered trademark of Mastercard International Inc. GVS Prepaid Ltd's company registration number is 09193070 and its registered office is at Westside, London Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 9TD.  See Plusnet Reward Card terms.

    £60 Plusnet Reward Card with Unlimited Broadband

    £60 Plusnet Reward Card offer ends 22 September 2021, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Broadband on an 12 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    £65 Plusnet Reward Card with Unlimited Broadband

    £65 Plusnet Reward Card offer ends 22 September 2021, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Broadband on an 12 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    £65 Plusnet Reward Card with Unlimited Fibre

    £65 Plusnet Reward Card offer ends 22 September 2021, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Fibre on an 18 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    £70 Plusnet Reward Card with Unlimited Fibre

    £70 Plusnet Reward Card offer ends 22 September 2021, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Fibre on an 18 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    £70 Plusnet Reward Card with Unlimited Fibre Extra

    £70 Plusnet Reward Card offer ends 22 September 2021, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Fibre Extra on an 18 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    Amazon.co.uk Gift Card

    Once your broadband and line rental are activated you will be issued claim information via email. Follow the instructions in this email to be issued with your Amazon.co.uk Gift Card. You must submit your claim within two months of the email being issued. The card must be activated within three months of it being issued.

    Amazon.co.uk is not a sponsor of Plusnet, line rental vouchers promotion or otherwise affiliated with Plusnet. The logos and other identifying marks attached are trademarks of and owned by each represented company and/or its affiliates. Please visit the Amazon.co.uk website for additional terms and conditions.

    Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards may be redeemed on the Amazon.co.uk website towards the purchase of eligible products available on Amazon.co.uk. Gift Cards cannot be reloaded, resold, transferred for value, redeemed for cash or applied to any other account. Amazon.co.uk is not responsible if a gift card is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission. See Amazon's website for complete terms and conditions. Gift Cards are issued by Amazon EU S. à r.l. All Amazon ®, and © are IP of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.

    Cashback Cheque

    Once your broadband and line rental are activated you will be issued claim information via email. Follow the instructions in this email to be issued with your cashback cheque. You must submit your claim within two months of the email being issued.

    Please note that your cashback cheque may be automatically sent to you without having to claim for it as set out above.  If this applies, this will be confirmed to you in the order journey.

    £25 Plusnet Cashback Cheque with Unlimited Fibre

    £25 Plusnet Cashback Cheque offer ends 15 January 2025, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Fibre on a 18 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    £25 Plusnet Cashback Cheque with Unlimited Fibre Extra

    £25 Plusnet Cashback Cheque offer ends 15 January 2025, and is available to new Plusnet customers ordering Unlimited Fibre Extra on a 18 month contract online at www.plus.net or by calling Plusnet. Subject to availability.

    Broadband Extras

    Plusnet Safeguard

    Included with all of our broadband packages, Plusnet Safeguard filters inappropriate web content for your household. Further information can be found here.

    Plusnet Protect powered by McAfee

    Our security package protects you from online threats. Charges apply for Unlimited Fibre broadband customers. Further information can be found here.

    Evening & Weekend UK & Mobile calls:

    Evening & Weekend calls: Calls of up to an hour to UK landlines beginning with 01, 02, 03, 0845 and 0870 numbers made Monday-Friday 7pm to 7am and any time Saturday or Sunday (except calls to indirect access numbers (which include calling cards) and dial-up internet access). Calls must be started and finished within these times to be inclusive (non-chargeable). A fair usage limit of 150 calls or 1000 minutes a month (whichever is reached first) applies to calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers (if you exceed this limit, we have the right to charge you for further calls made, suspend and/or terminate your service in accordance with our terms and conditions).

    Mobile calls: Calls to UK mobiles and 070 personal numbering services made Monday-Friday 7pm to 7am and any time Saturday or Sunday. Calls must be started and finished within these times to be inclusive (non-chargeable). A fair usage limit of 1000 minutes a month applies (if you exceed this limit, we have the right to charge you for further calls made, suspend and/or terminate your service in accordance with our terms and conditions). Hang up and re-dial before 60 minutes and you won't be charged. Some 07 numbers do not constitute mobile numbers and may not be included as part of an inclusive mobile package.

    Unlimited UK & Mobile calls:

    Anytime calls: Calls of up to an hour to UK landlines beginning with 01, 02, 03, 0845 and 0870 numbers at any time (except calls to indirect access numbers (which include calling cards) and dial-up internet access). Calls must be started and finished within these times to be inclusive (non-chargeable). A fair usage limit of 150 calls or 1000 minutes a month (whichever is reached first) applies to calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers (if you exceed this limit, we have the right to charge you for further calls made, suspend and/or terminate your service in accordance with our terms and conditions).

    Mobile calls: Calls to UK mobiles and 070 personal numbering services made at any time. Calls must be started and finished within these times to be inclusive (non-chargeable). A fair usage limit of 2000 minutes a month applies (if you exceed this limit, we have the right to charge you for further calls made, suspend and/or terminate your service in accordance with our terms and conditions). Hang up and re-dial before 60 minutes and you won't be charged. Some 07 numbers do not constitute mobile numbers and may not be included as part of an inclusive mobile package.

    Anytime International 300:

    Anytime calls: Calls of up to an hour to UK landlines beginning with 01, 02, 03, 0845 and 0870 numbers at any time (except calls to indirect access numbers (which include calling cards) and dial-up internet access). Calls must be started and finished within these times to be inclusive (non-chargeable). A fair usage limit of 150 calls or 1000 minutes a month (whichever is reached first) applies to calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers (if you exceed this limit, we have the right to charge you for further calls made, suspend and/or terminate your service in accordance with our terms and conditions).

    25% discount to top 35 international destinations: (Anytime International 300) Get a 25% discount on chargeable calls to all countries listed in our top 35 international destinations. For more information see our tariffs guide.

    300 Anytime minutes: (Anytime International 300) Means 300 inclusive minutes to USA mobiles, Canada mobiles and all landlines listed in our top 35 international destinations. Hang up and re-dial before 60 minutes and you won't be charged.

    Other call information:

    Mobile minutes: Are available to Line Only and the Anytime International 300 call plan and adds 100 inclusive minutes to UK mobile numbers and 070 personal numbering services at any time. Hang up and re-dial before 60 minutes and you won't be charged. Some 07 numbers do not constitute mobile numbers and may not be included as part of an inclusive mobile package.

    Service calls outside of your inclusive minutes: The charge for calls to service numbers beginning 084, 087, 09 and 118 consists of a 9.58p per minute access charge from Plusnet, plus a service charge set by the company you called. For more information visit www.plus.net/ukcalling.

    Calls to Plusnet Support and other Plusnet line rental customers are included in all line rental packages. Calls to other Plusnet phone customers are included for the first hour. Hang up and re-dial before 60 minutes and you won't be charged.

    For more information on our landline tariffs, see our guide here.

    For more information on call rates for service numbers, see our guide here.

    Phone Line Extras

    Voicemail

    1571 Voicemail: Included as standard, our answer phone-style feature takes messages when you can't get to the phone.

    Voicemail Extra: This advanced voicemail service lets you record your own greeting, store up to 30 messages and listen to them when you're not at home. Voicemail Extra costs £3 a month. Further information about Voicemail Extra can be found here.

    Caller Display

    See the number of the person who is calling you (you'll need a phone that supports this service). Further information about Caller Display can be found here. Subject to availability.

    Plusnet Call Protect

    Included in all line rental packages, this blocks nuisance calls on your landline and sends them straight into your junk voicemail. Further information about Plusnet Call Protect can be found here. Subject to availability.

    BT Sport from Plusnet on the Sky Digital Satellite Platform

    BT Sport is available to existing UK Plusnet residential broadband customers with a Sky satellite receiver box, a satellite dish installed and an active viewing card. No access to any online content is made available by BT via www.btsport.com or via the BT Sport App. Excludes Multi-room. BoxNation available in SD only. There is a minimum term of one month starting from your next billing date following sign up.

    † BT Sport HD requires a Sky HD satellite receiver box, HD cabling and an HD-ready television to view the HD channels.

    You don't need a Sky viewing card to order, but if you already have one you'll need to give us the viewing card number.

    BT Sport App from Plusnet

    BT Sport App from Plusnet is available to existing UK Plusnet residential broadband customers. There is a minimum one month term starting from your next billing date following sign-up. Monthly rolling contract.

    You can access BT Sport online or via the BT Sport App in the UK and in over 25 European destinations. Requires minimum 400Kbps line speed or good Wi-Fi/3G/4G signal and a compatible device. Maximum of two devices may be used simultaneously. Must be aged 17 or over. TV licence required. Terms apply.

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