Worried about rising costs? Lothian Broadband are here to help…

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As energy bills and the ever-rising cost of living continues to be a source of stress for most of us, it’s only natural that we’re all looking for ways to save money wherever we can. But did you know that you might be eligible to save money on your broadband costs? With our Social Tariff, you can access ultrafast broadband without breaking the bank.

What is our ‘social tariff’ and who is it for?

Many of us feel that our broadband service is essential for day-to-day living, and rightly so; there have even been suggestions that it is officially classed as such by Government. And it’s no surprise given that according to an Ofcom Media Nations (2022) report, over half of Scottish households have TVs that are connected to the internet.

And if that internet is unreliable or is disconnected for any reason, the household loses all connectivity across computing and entertainment devices.

As costs increase, it’s understandable that you might be looking closer at your outgoings and making cuts where you can. But your broadband service doesn’t have to be on the chopping block.

The Lothian Broadband Social Tariff is for anyone who needs it – we don’t means test or ask you to send us evidence that you’re on certain government benefits. If you’re worried about the cost of your broadband, just let us know. We want you to be able to keep your household connected.

Our Social Tariff gives you PureFibre 100 at a reduced rate…

…you get ultrafast download and upload speeds of up to 100 Mbps for as little as £14.99* per month.

These speeds are enough to keep the household happily browsing for work, education or entertainment without dealing with lagging or buffering.

How can I get access to the Social Tariff?

We’ve made it super simple to get set up. All you have to do is check for availability in your area, input your details and we’ll be in touch to get you connected with us. Just mention to our friendly sales team that you’re interested in the Social Tariff and they’ll take it from there.

*when you take out a 24 month contract