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PC Pro Award Zen and Tesco Best for UK Broadband and Mobile

Saturday, October 10th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 2,160
golden cup broadband and telecoms award

PC Pro has released the results of their annual 2020 Excellence Awards, which saw Tesco Mobile being named as the “Best Mobile Data Provider” and fixed line provider Zen Internet once again picking up a 17th consecutive win for the “Best Broadband ISP” category. Zen also scooped the “Best Web Host” category.

The outcome was based on a survey of 4,500 participants, which quizzed each respondent for their impressions of customer support, reliability, value for money, speed and whether or not they’d buy the service again, among other things. The scores were then combined to produce an overall satisfaction rating. On this point Zen scored a broadband satisfaction rating of 94% (down slightly from 95% last year).

Meanwhile some of the other awards are based on the knowledge of the editorial team and their bank of testers, including those from sister brands ‘Expert Reviews’ and ‘IT Pro’. The full list of categories and winners are as follows.

2020 Winners – Based on Reliability & Service Survey

Best Broadband ISP
Zen Internet

Best Mobile Data Provider
Tesco Mobile

Best Cloud Storage Supplier

Best Web Host
Zen Internet

Best Router Manufacturer

Best NAS Manufacturer

Best PC Manufacturer
Chillblast, PC Specialist & Scan

Best Laptop Manufacturer

Best Tablet Manufacturer

Best Phone Manufacturer

Best Smartwatch Manufacturer

Best Printer Manufacturer

Best Monitor Manufacturer
AOC & iiyama

Best Online Retailer

2020 Winners – Editorial Voted Awards

Business Hardware of the Year
Broadberry CyberServe R272-Z31

Business Software of the Year
3CX Phone System

Business Laptop of the Year
HP Elite Dragonfly

Security Product of the Year
WatchGuard Firebox T70

Workstation of the Year
Scan 3XS GWP-ME Q132R

Desktop PC of the Year
Chillblast Captain Flight Sim PC

Laptop of the Year
Apple MacBook Pro 16in

Tablet of the Year
Apple iPad Pro 12.9in

Phone of the Year
Samsung Galaxy M31

Software of the Year

Technology Innovation of the Year
AMD Ryzen 3000 Series

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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. Pezza says:

    Interesting awards, it’s a shame the O2 signal isn’t the best in my area and Tesco Mobile offer the best deals on contracts, not pay monthly SIM.

  2. idnetftw says:

    Idnet are a bloody good isp too i think they need to win some awards they out perform Zen everyday!

  3. confussed.com says:

    How can zen be best isp when on this site it shows aaisp as best ?

  4. utyity says:

    It’s a very helpful blog for us.thank’s to share .

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