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UK PostOffice Tweaks its Broadband and Phone Prices

Monday, March 31st, 2014 (4:14 pm) - Score 776
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The Post Office has quietly tweaked their broadband and phone prices, which sees the standard cost of line rental increase from £12 to £13 inc. VAT per month, while the price of broadband access has fallen to compensate and you now get a £50 bill credit. Sadly free UK evening calls have been removed.

It’s important to note that the rise in line rental is somewhat mitigated by the fact that customers can still pay from the equivalent of £10 per month if they choose to pre-pay for the first 12 months in advance.

Likewise the cost of PO’s Broadband Premium product has reduced from £12.80 to £10 per month and the cost of Broadband Essential has fallen from £8.50 to just £7 per month. But both have also replaced free Evening + Weekend calls with only free Weekend calls.

Broadband Essential + HomePhone
* 10GB Usage Allowance
* Free Weekend Calls to UK landlines and 0845 and 0870 numbers
* Loved Ones Calling Discount
* 5 Email Addresses
* 12 Month Contract

PRICE: £7 per month + Line Rental

Broadband Premium + HomePhone
* Unlimited Usage Allowance (Fair Usage Policy)
* Free Weekend Calls to UK landlines and 0845 and 0870 numbers
* Loved Ones Calling Discount
* 5 Email Addresses
* 12 Month Contract

PRICE: £10 per month + Line Rental

Take note that the Loved Ones discount allows customers to pick ten numbers as ‘Loved Ones’ and save 10% on all calls to them. On top of that you can still get anytime calls to UK landlines, 0870 and 0845 numbers plus weekend calls to UK mobiles and landlines in 40 countries for an extra £5.75 a month. Thinkbroadband has also spotted that the standard cost of calls is increasing, with daytime UK calls up by a penny to 8.5p per minute.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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