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Post Office ISP Discounts UK Home Broadband and Phone Prices

Monday, April 1st, 2019 (9:00 am) - Score 1,754
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The Post Office’s UK ISP division has today announced that they’re discounting their ADSL2+ and FTTC based broadband and phone bundles to lower, more competitive pricing across all of their products for new customers. For example, their top 63Mbps package will now become £30 per month instead of £32 (previous discount price).

At the time of writing we haven’t yet seen all of the changes (we may need to update again later this morning), although subscribers can still expect to receive an included wireless router, phone line rental, unlimited data usage, free calls to other Post Office Home Phone users at any time, free UK support and a free online tool (Parental Controls) that blocks harmful or inappropriate content online.

The Post Office also pledges not to increase the monthly price you pay during the minimum contract term (excludes calling costs).

Unlimited Broadband (11Mbps)
12 Month Discount
£0 Upfront Charge

PRICE: £15.90 a month for 12 months (£30 thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Broadband (36Mbps)
12 Month Discount
£10 Upfront Charge

PRICE: £24 a month for 12 months (£37 thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Broadband Plus (63Mbps)
12 Month Discount
£10 Upfront Charge

PRICE: £30 a month for 12 months (£42 thereafter)

Subscribers can also add free UK Weekend calls for +£2 extra per month, as well as Evening and Weekend Calls for +£4, Anytime calls for +£6 or Anytime Plus (adds 1000 mins of mobile calls and 1000 mins to 15 international destinations) for +£10.

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2 Responses
  1. Avatar Paul

    Do you know how long this will last

  2. Avatar Amos

    This is still not even competitive against Vodafone…

    What would be a selling point for PO?

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