MoneySuperMarket’s Guide to Fuel Broadband
Thinking about taking Fuel broadband? Here’s what’s on offer and what you need to know.
Formerly known as Primus Saver, Fuel Broadband focuses on offering great value broadband packages without compromising on quality.
Fuel is also the only broadband provider to currently offer Amazon’s Fire TV service.
So what does Fuel Broadband offer?
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Fuel Broadband offers competitively priced ADSL broadband.
This type of broadband is delivered via the copper wires in the current telephone system and is currently the most widely available type of broadband in the UK and delivers speeds of up to 17Mbps.
Fibre Optic Broadband
Fuel broadband does not currently offer fibre optic broadband.
Whether you’re someone who makes a great deal of calls from your landline or whether your house phone is more on the ornamental side, Fuel has a calls package to suit you.
Fuel’s unlimited broadband package comes with free local and evening and weekend calls as standard but if you’re someone who needs to make calls during the week too then you can get unlimited anytime calls for an additional £3 a month.
Fuel is the only broadband provider in the UK to currently provide their customers with an Amazon Fire TV stick.
The Amazon Fire TV stick in essence turns a standard TV into a smart TV. Simply plug the Fire Stick into a HDMI port and you’ll get access to a host of apps including Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video, BBC iPlayer, YouTube and many more.
Currently Fuel does not offer mobile phones or SIM cards.
BT Sport cannot currently be viewed for those with Fuel broadband.
Sky Sports is also not currently offered by Fuel Broadband.
MoneySuperMarket’s expert view
Fuel provides great entry level broadband with clear pricing for customers. So, if you don’t need superfast speeds or want the prices that come along with them – then Fuel might just be the provider for you.