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UK Post Office Cuts Price of Unlimited Broadband and Phone Bundle

Monday, April 24th, 2017 (12:01 am) - Score 609

New subscribers to the Post Office’s “totally unlimited” broadband and phone package may be pleased to learn that the provider has shaved another 99p off their special offer price, which means that it will now cost £20 a month for the first 18 months of service (£26.99 thereafter).

Apparently the new price, which at the time of writing isn’t yet live on their website (it should show up later this morning), will run until 2nd July 2017. However we note that there has been a fairly inconsequential price rise in one area, with the one-off upfront router delivery cost rising by just 5p from £6.95 to £7. We won’t know if anything else has changed on the package until the new offer is fully live on their website.

PO Totally Unlimited Broadband
* Included WiFi Router
* Included Line Rental
* Free UK Weekend Calls
* Free Caller Display and 1571 Voicemail
* Free UK Support

As usual customers’ can also pay an extra £7 per month for free anytime UK landline calls, which also include free weekend calls to UK mobiles and landlines in various other countries. Sadly the Post Office do not offer a “fibre broadband” (FTTC) package, which puts them several years’ behind the wider market.

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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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4 Responses
  1. Mr Keith J Richardson says:

    The reason the prices are so low is that their broadband speeds are a disgrace. Almost every evening for months I was getting download speeds of between 0.4 & 0.6 mbs!!
    They stated I had ‘old’ equipment in my village,which effected the ability to provide me with a workable download speed, but did nothing about it.
    After getting the ombudsman involved they suggested I try another provider!!!

  2. Liz says:

    Worst provider I have ever been with and very unhelpful still waiting for my internet to work but happy enough to take my money. Yet again no call back off them as promised so for the 100th time will ring again tomorrow. Disgusting

  3. Rachell says:

    I joined post office in March, went 4 days with no broadband, when they finally sent out an engineer after many many phone calls, he got it working but it would cut off 10-20 times a day so I complained to them, they ran tests found nothing wrong in my line and asked me to do some home tests, I did as they asked and none of it made a difference, after weeks off this I told them I wanted out as the service was horrendous. They cut me off without warning. Would highly recommend avoiding!

  4. P,Lamb says:

    Apart from a small billing problem – sorted out by ringing their help-line which was – yes! – very helpful, I have had no problems with switching from Fuel to the Post Office, and with a £20 a month 18 month deal, is cheaper than Fuel with more free extras. What’s not to like? It seems that only replies of a negative flavour get sent in, and rarely does positive feedback such as mine sees the light of day.

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