One Big Switch – A Review of their Latest Broadband Offer.

One Big Switch Ireland have a good broadband offer this month (July 2020).

They have negotiated a deal with Pure Telecom. The cost comes to €300 in the first 12 months. It is unlimited broadband with free anytime calls to landlines in Ireland.

The contract with Pure Telecom is for 18 months – with the price starting at just €20 a month and increasing to €45 after 12 months. Reviews of Pure Telecom are favourable . Pure Telecom are based in Dublin and have been running since 2002.

More details on how to sign up here at One Big Switch

This is currently the cheapest bundle of broadband and home phone in Ireland over the 1st 12 months.

You can compare this offer to other broadband prices on our page about the Best Broadband Deals Here

You can see the full terms and conditions with no obligation to buy anything – on the One Big switch website.

All you need to do is register your email address and county to enable you to see the full details of this broadband offer and apply for it if you want to.

One Big Switch launched in Ireland in 2014. They work by getting large numbers of people ‘onboard’ and use the “power of numbers” to try and get good deals from suppliers. (They make a commission for each customer they get.)

They started in Australia where they have around 1 million “members”. Here in Ireland, almost 240,000 people are registered with One Big Switch.

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3 thoughts on “One Big Switch – A Review of their Latest Broadband Offer.

  1. Existing loyal eir customers are being thrown to the wolfs New customers broadband and landline is 2999 existing eir customers are double that Why are loyal customers not being rewarded .but instead are encouraged to change providers every year .You should be opting to quote price for new and existing customers A very confused existing loyal eir customer

    • Couldn’t agree more Mary! The rate for new customers here for BB and Phone is 39.98e yet I’m paying 71E for the same deal….There isn’t much difference between them all to be honest: it seems to be quite a cartel rather than healthy competition which would result in lowering prices.

  2. Can’t believe the value and service. Was not looking forward to Eir. But very surprised. Love Apple TV too.

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