Switch to Your Co-op broadband and get 10% off when you use MEMBERS10 at the checkout. All our broadband products include:
*Relates to Ultrafast 900, all speeds are subject to location and service availability
This offer is available to The Midcounties Co-operative members switching their services to Co-op Broadband from another supplier or current Your Co-op Broadband customers not in a fixed term contract.
For a limited time, you can support the fight against climate change for less. Simply add code MEMBERS15 to your basket.
All our plans come with unlimited minutes & unlimited texts.
Each month we off-set 25kg of carbon for every new customer through our partner Ecologi.
Offer valid from 1st May 2022 to 30th September 2022.
It’s easy to sign up and members get more with Your Co-op. All you need to do is:
• Sign up to become a Your Co-op member
• You’ll receive your membership number by email
• Once you are a Your Co-op member you can access member offers through our members app
• To start saving on broadband and mobile see our member offers or download the app and use your membership number at checkout
If you’re already a customer you can enter your membership number in the My Account section of our website.
Each month Your Co-op will fund projects to offset up to 50Kg of our broadband and mobile customers' carbon footprint (that's about 5% of the footprint of an average person in the UK). This continues for as long as you use our services, so a typical 24 broadband month contract will see us offset 1.2 tonnes of CO2.
We'll also plant a tree each month for every customer which will contribute to future decarbonisation when the trees mature in 10-20 years time.
See some of the climate projects we have supported through Ecologi below.
of carbon reduction
The Rimba Raya REDD+ project protects 64,500 hectares of lowland peat swamp forest from conversion to oil palm plantations. The project area is in Central Kalimantan province, on the Southern coast of Borneo.
The new NIHT Topaiyo REDD+ project in Papua New Guinea aims to protect the rainforest, conserve local biodiversity, and enhance the traditional landowners and stewards of these rainforests through carbon credit production.
This project involves the production of electricity through the collection and processing of waste biomass from the Viñales sawmill in central Chile. The waste biomass is directly combusted in a boiler to generate steam, which is expanded through a turbine to generate electricity.
The objective of this Brazilian Amazon REDD project is to avoid emissions from planned deforestation on a property in Para State, in the Eastern Amazon of Brazil.
This wind power project bundles the West Huaybong 2 and West Huaybong 3 wind farms, which together will generate over 500,000 MWh of electricity every year and feed it into Thailand’s national grid.
This small hydropower project is located in the lesser Himalayas, in the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Water in the form of snow-melt and rain, as well as water from nearby springs, feed the catchment area.
This project, consisting of 51 2MW wind turbines, generating 345,970MWh of energy every year, which will be put into the National Interconnected System of Honduras.
The Saint Nikola Wind Farm project is located in the Municipality of Kavarna, Bulgaria and is designed to generate electricity through wind energy to displace fossil fuel-generated electricity.