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Why pay for broadband if you don’t have any customers to use it? With our new service, you don’t have to. The 30-day rolling contract means there’s no need to commit to a long-term broadband contract or get penalised to get out of one.
Flexible broadband is a brand new and innovative service that’s designed to allow you to only use your broadband when you need it. It will help our customers who need temporary broadband to save money, and we are delighted to be the first Irish company to bring this service to the Irish market. It’s only a 30-day rolling contract so there’s no more paying for what you don’t need!
The super-fast broadband is offered through the NBI network and has connections speeds of 500 Mbps and 1 Gbps. We can offer this service to anywhere in Ireland that’s serviced by NBI.
After paying the once off installation fee, the broadband service will be active for 30 days, and you can keep it turned on for as long as you want past the 30 days. You can pause the service at any time from your control panel and the broadband will only continue until the renewal date. Then when you’re ready to restart the service again, simply turn it back on at any time in the control panel, and your next 30-day rolling contract will begin.
Not only is this service ideal for holiday homes where people only need the broadband for the length of their stay, it’s also a great solution for many businesses that need broadband for only part of the year. Shops and that are only open in the summer months, hotels in holiday destinations that are closed in the winter, and student accommodation properties with temporary residents are just some of the businesses that can benefit from having flexible broadband.
|Price Inc. VAT
|Fibre to the home
|Up to 500 Mbps
|Up to 50 Mbps
|Fibre to the home
|Up to 1000 Mbps
|Up to 100 Mbps
Blacknight Flexi Broadband is the perfect option for when you need fast broadband, but don’t need it all the time.
Why pay for the entire year if you’re only there part of the time?
Blacknight Flexi Broadband is offered through the NBI network, is fast fibre with connections with speeds of 500 Mbps (€54.99 a month), or 1 Gbps (€69.99).
After 30 days of service, you can switch it off until you need it again in your service control panel and then reactivate it when you’re ready to turn it back on. Blacknight can offer this service to anywhere serviced in Ireland by NBI. Begin your eligibility search by checking your Eircode by contacting Blacknight Sales.
Blacknight Broadband comes backed by Blacknight’s award-winning, friendly Irish customer service. This new customer-centred service is just another innovation in changing the way business is done in Ireland.
Any questions? Call Blacknight at (059) 9183072 and get connected!
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* excludes VAT
Only for 30 days. Our flexible broadband means that you just pay the one-off installation fee, and the broadband service will be active for 30 days. You can turn off the service at any time and reactivate it for a minimum of thirty days, or several months.
You simply log in to your Blacknight account control panel and toggle the on/off button. You can turn it off after 30 days of service. You can resume it anytime, and a new 30-day billing period begins.
N.B. Please ensure that the ONT is switched on before resuming your broadband service. The ONT is a white box beside (or near) your router, it should have 3 green lights indicating that it is powered on. Service will NOT be activated if the ONT has no power.
Yes – the connection fee will be reduced to €150 inc VAT for customers who are active NBI customers.
Usually, about 1 hour if the router/modem is turned on. You might have to restart the router if the internet has been off for a prolonged period of time.
Yes, Blacknight Broadband customers get a static IPV4 and IPV6 IP address with their service at no extra charge.
We do not use Carrier-grade NAT (CGNAT).
Yes, all of our broadband plans include unlimited downloads. Please see our “Fair Usage” policy in our broadband terms and conditions for details.
Yes, of course you can.
We’ll need your UAN (Universal Account Number) if you know it, or your customer number with your current provider. This information can most easily be found on your bill.