Members will be aware of the deal we have agreed with Digital Home, providing 900Mbps broadband and Wi-Fi with specialist 'landlord support and billing' at prices considerably better than those available to retail customers.
Do remember, if you have properties currently with Virgin, that you are able to leave their contract early without penalties when they hit you with their annual price increase.
Great news: We have negotiated an exclusive deal with Digital Home which provides hyper fast broadband at exclusive rates and with premium customised support for all PDPLA members.
Sign up at digitalhomeuk.com. (A "PDPLA Order Interface" will be in place in the next few weeks – then you will be able to sign up on the PDPLA terms and will not need to use the retail interface that you see today, but don't wait until then if you are ready to switch now, just sign up and then notify us that you have done so).
Fuller details below, but in summary I would recommend you proactively look at the expiry dates on your current broadband contracts and take advantage of the exclusive deal with Digital Home as soon as possible.
I think this saves us all time, makes our tenants happier and is commercially attractive.
There is a big benefit here for every property you signup – better service than Virgin, better technology, better prices and a promise of support should it be needed far superior to the pain we experience when Virgin have problems.
Please note: As usual we have loaded this deal in favour of members. You get the benefit when you sign up a single property. We get no benefit until members have signed up 100 properties and even then, not until the 1 year anniversary of them being installed – so please help us get to 100 quickly.
Any questions – just ask.
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