WightFibre Broadband Review

WightFibre is a cable broadband provider operating on the Isle of Wight. WightFibre is a full fibre broadband provider and owns its fibre network (fibre to the premises) which covers more than one-fourths of the island.

WightFibre is a triple-play operator offering broadband, phone and TV services to more than 60k homes on the island.

WightFibre full fibre broadband packages offer symmetrical speeds which range between 50Mbps and 900Mbps. The deals also come with one month contract.

WightFibre Broadband Deals

WightFibre offers five fibre broadband plans and the prices start from £22.95 a month.

Free setup and one month contract apply to all the packages.

WightFibre full fibre plans come with 50Mbps, 100Mbps, 300Mbps, 500Mbps or 900Mbps average download speeds. As the broadband is delivered via FTTP network you get the same upload speeds as the download speeds.

All packages include Plume Adaptive WiFi device which can connect more than 45 devices at the same time.

Features

Symmetrical speeds

WightFibre full fibre broadband plans allow you to get the same upload speeds as your lightning fast download speeds. You can make faster uploads or play online games without any hassle.

30 days contract

All WightFibre packages come with flexible, one month contract which means you need not be tied into long contracts and you can cancel the service at anytime you wish.

Home Phone

WightFibre deals does not include landline as standard. However, you can add phone line which will cost £6.25 a month. 

All the basic features like call forward, call waiting, caller ID, caller rejection and wake-up call are included. 

You can add phone packages like Evening & weekends, Anytime calls and Anytime calls International with prices starting from £5 a month. 

Netgem TV

WightFibre offers its own TV service which is known as Netgem TV. 

Netgem TV includes a pause, rewind &record set-top box, freeview channels and 20 extra HD channels. You get access to popular catchup TV apps and streaming apps like Prime Video, BritBox and YouTube  

Netgem app allows you to watch TV channels on mobile devices like smartphones, iPhone and tablets.