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Our guide to price increases for Plusnet Mobile plans

Mobile price increase FAQs

All our mobile plans will go up in price every June, as described in this guide, unless you:

  • have a rolling monthly SIM only plan with us. A rolling monthly SIM only plan that you can end at any time on 30 days' notice, will be subject to an increase linked to CPI from June 2020. Before June 2020 we might also change our other charges or make other changes to your plan price. We'll tell you about important changes before they happen. And if a change is detrimental to you, you'll be able to end your contract without having to pay anything extra.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a figure released by the Office of National Statistics. The CPI is used for purposes such as uprating pensions, wages and benefits and can aid in the understanding of inflation on family budgets.

Every June, we'll take the CPI percentage figure from the previous January and raise your monthly plan price by the same percentage.

Here's an example. We've assumed:

  • you had a mobile plan that's £20 a month
  • the CPI index in January 2017 is 1.9%
  • the CPI index in January 2018 is 2.7%.
Monthly price up to March 2017 £20
Monthly price from March 2017 to February 2018 £20.38 (which is £20 plus the 1.9% CPI taken in January 2017)
Monthly price from March 2018 to February 2019 £20.93 (which is £20.38 plus the 2.7% CPI taken in January 2018)

We need to wait for the CPI Index rate to be published each January to work out the effect it'll have on your monthly plan price. But we'll always let you know before we increase our prices in June.

If we're only putting up prices in line with the CPI and you choose to cancel because of that, you'll still need to pay any in-contract cancellation charges if you're still within your minimum term. This is because the amount we can increase your price by is fixed to any increase in CPI, we'll have made the price increase clear when you signed up and you'll have agreed to it in our Mobile Terms.

If we put up our prices for any other reason though, you might be able to end your contract early without paying any charges.

European and International call charges are changing for certain countries. For more details on the changes that we’re making please see our Roaming and international calls page.