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Post Office Cuts UK Unlimited Broadband and Phone to £15.90

Monday, October 1st, 2018 (12:01 am) - Score 1,771
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The Post Office has today said that they will launch a new promotion, which should reduce the monthly price of their standard unlimited broadband (11Mbps average download speed) and phone line bundle to just £15.90 for the first 12 months of service (£29 per month thereafter). The setup fee will also become free.

At the time of writing the ISP has yet to update their website with the change (expected around 8-9am) and so we don’t yet know if this is the only change being introduced. Otherwise the new promotion, which is only available to new subscribers, is expected to run until 11th November 2018.

Subscribers can also expect to receive an included wireless router, phone line rental, free weekend calls to UK landlines, unlimited data usage, free UK support and a free online tool (Parental Controls) that helps block harmful or inappropriate content online. Various calling add-ons are also available at extra cost and the Post Office has promised not to increase the monthly price you pay during the minimum contract term (excludes calling costs).

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Anurag Bhatia

    As an outsider, I am curious to ask what kind of infrastructure do they have and how do they reach last mile?

    • I believe they are still a managed network client of TalkTalk Wholesale.

    • Avatar AnotherTim

      They certainly used to be TalkTalk only as they couldn’t provide anything at my address. However, I’ve just checked again, and they are now offering me a “Broadband Connect” connection using BT Openreach network for only £29 per month + setup with a max download of 8Mb/s. I assume their database is out of date as I get a 15Mbp/s sync speed on ADSL2+

  2. Avatar Lyndon Woods

    They use TalkTalk (including voice only MPF for phone only) but provide certain off net services using WLR and WBC/IPStream. The WBC/Ipstream product can only support up to 8mbps. The investment in offnet bandwidth isn’t very high either (compared to others such as plusnet and BT) so performance on those offnet lines isn’t great especially as peak times.

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