New Call Telecom has now launched Fuel Broadband in place
of its previous value telecoms brand Primus Saver. According to the
company, the new network will "reflect what customers want from a
telecoms and broadband supplier in terms of honesty, simplicity and
Fuel offers one simple, unlimited broadband option for just
£4/month plus line rental that customers will be able to customise
at their will. Right now that just means adding anytime calls,
however fibre optic packages are advertised on networks website as
coming soon. Those who are already signed in to one of Primus
Saver's capped plans will also have the option of upgrading to free
unlimited broadband for a full 6 months.
Nigel Eastwood, New Call's founder and CEO,
Our customers and their needs are at the heart of what we do.
Fuel Broadband has been born out of our many conversations with
those customers and it is clear they value simplicity and
transparency in their choice of broadband supplier.
Fuel will power customers' digital lives and simplify their
Internet experience providing a service that works quickly and cost
effectively. We are very excited about Fuel as the latest
innovation by New Call and the next stage of our growth.
For more information about Fuel Broadband,
and the latest offers, head over to our band new provider