MS3 Networks launches customer referral scheme

Hull-based fibre network operator MS3 Networks has rolled out a refer-a-friend programme incentivising customers to switch to its full fibre broadband offering. The scheme will offer a £50 reward to MS3 customers who refer new customers across its network areas of Hull, Scunthorpe, Grimsby, Immingham and Mexborough.

The referral scheme provides existing customers with a personalised link to share with their friends, family and colleagues. When someone uses the link to sign up to one of MS3’s Internet Service Provider (ISP) partners, both the new customer and the person who referred them will receive a £50 voucher from their choice of Amazon, Asda or Just Eat.  

The programme has an online dashboard that allows existing customers to see how many times their link has been used, as well as any vouchers they are due to receive.

With some of MS3’s partners offering broadband packages starting at £18 a month, the scheme encourages people in East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire to save money by switching provider. MS3’s website acts as a broadband price comparison tool, allowing customers to find the most affordable internet in their area. According to MS3 research, around half of residents across its coverage area find this kind of tool useful to help them select a broadband package. 

In line with the UK Government’s objective to roll out gigabit-broadband to 99 per cent of premises by 2030, MS3 aims to make fast, affordable internet available to over 535,000 homes and businesses across the North of England by the end of 2025. The operator has seen substantial progress on its rollout in the last year, with its full fibre network growing by 54 per cent including a completed build covering 37,000 premises in Scunthorpe.

Adam Kelly, head of marketing at MS3 Networks, said: “As fast and reliable internet becomes increasingly important, we don’t want people in the Hull and Humber region to sacrifice speed for affordability, especially amid cost-of-living concerns. Our referral scheme not only allows local people to switch to a quick and affordable package, but also helps them save money on food and household essentials with Asda, Amazon and Just Eat vouchers.”

To generate your own referral link, visit MS3’s website.