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2nd August, 2017 (8 Comments)

The Post Office’s telecoms division has today announced that they’ve completed the acquisition of Fuel Broadband from previous owner New Call Telecom. Apparently the “seamless” migration progress concluded yesterday and 60,000 customers have now been moved.

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12th June, 2017 (28 Comments)

Reports are coming in that UK ISP Fuel Broadband (formerly Primus Saver), which is owned by New Call Telecom (NCT), could be in serious trouble after customers were informed that the service would be shut down at the end of July 2017 and accounts moved to the Post Office.

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26th March, 2016 (7 Comments)

It’s not easy to compare prices between the different unlimited superfast broadband ISPs, not least due to the huge variety of special offers, features, vouchers and discounts that pervade the market and change on an often weekly basis. In this article we examine how tricky it is to find the “cheapest“.

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10th February, 2016 (8 Comments)

The latest annual UK Home Broadband Genie 2015 survey has announced that Virgin Media came out top as the overall “Best Broadband Provider“, although Sky Broadband and PlusNet also managed to pick up a few awards in different categories. Sadly TalkTalk often found itself at the bottom of the pack.

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3rd January, 2016 (4 Comments)

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband, which is currently offering 12 months of free service on their ‘up to’ 17Mbps unlimited standard broadband package (includes an Amazon TV Fire Stick with a 30 day Prime trial), has quietly introduced a few New Year price rises into the on-going promotion.

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3rd November, 2015 (3 Comments)

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband has enhanced their current discount by offering 12 months of free service (£5 a month thereafter) on their ‘up to’ 17Mbps unlimited standard broadband package, which also includes free UK evening + weekend calls and an Amazon TV Fire Stick with a 30 day Prime trial.

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7th September, 2015 (0 Comments)

Telecoms provider New Call Telecom, which owns low cost ISP Fuel Broadband (formerly Primus Saver), has today claimed to be the “fastest growing residential broadband provider” in the United Kingdom after they were ranked 53rd in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list.

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2nd September, 2015 (2 Comments)

Internet provider Fuel Broadband will later today begin offering their ‘up to’ 17Mbps unlimited broadband + UK evening and weekend calls bundle, which also comes with an Amazon TV Fire Stick (plus a 30 day Amazon Prime trial) and wireless router, free for the first 9 months (£5 a month thereafter).

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26th June, 2015 (6 Comments)

Broadband and phone providers PlusNet, Virgin Media and the Post Office have come top of a new survey of customer service quality, which questioned some 14,000 respondents about their experiences. Sadly TalkTalk / AOL and EE could all be found at the lowest rated end of the scale.

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10th June, 2015 (0 Comments)

All new customers who take Fuel Broadband’s 6 months FREE unlimited broadband offer (£5 per month thereafter), which among other things comes with free UK evening and weekend calls, will now also receive a FREE Amazon Fire TV Stick (normally retails for £35) for WiFi video streaming to your televisions HDMI port.

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1st June, 2015 (0 Comments)

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband will today reduce their £5 per month standard unlimited broadband (up to 16Mbps) bundle to being free for the first 6 months of service (includes free UK evening and weekend calls), although customers still need to take Phone Line Rental for £16.40 per month on top. But the offer is also masking a price hike.

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8th April, 2015 (12 Comments)

Consumers are extremely sensitive to price and many base their choice of ISP on what they save in comparison to an existing package. But often the headline special offers won’t give you the full picture and as a result you could end up paying more than expected. We take a closer look at the price you pay for the “cheapest” packages.

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2nd February, 2015 (4 Comments)

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband will later today reintroduce their standard unlimited broadband (up to 16Mbps) bundle, which will be offered free for the first 12 months of service (normally £4 per month) when taken with their Phone Line Rental from £15 per month. The package will also come with Google’s Chromecast TV streamer and other extras.

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29th December, 2014 (12 Comments)

Mirror.. mirror on the wall, which broadband ISP will suffer the most upheld advertising complaints of them all. As another year passes by, ISPreview.co.uk takes a quick look back to see how many complaints fixed line broadband providers garnered from the United Kingdom’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and whether tougher action is needed to stop abuse.

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16th December, 2014 (1 Comment)

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband (formerly Primus Saver) has moved to make their existing offer, which is promoting 12 months of free unlimited broadband (up to 16Mbps) with included UK weekend and evening calls (normally £4 per month), even more attractive by throwing Google’s Chromecast video streaming device into the mix.

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26th November, 2014 (3 Comments)

Budget ISP Fuel Broadband (formerly Primus Saver) has announced the launch of a new promotion that offers one full year’s worth of free unlimited broadband (up to 16Mbps) to customers who also bundle in their phone line rental for £15 per month.

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28th October, 2014 (0 Comments)

Telecoms provider New Call Telecom, which also owns UK Internet and phone provider Fuel Broadband (formerly Primus Saver), has splashed out around £108 million ($175m) to acquire a 70% stake in India-based Nimbuzz, a free VoIP calls and instant messaging app for use on both desktop computers and mobile devices.

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  • Hyperoptic £20.00 (*22.00)
    Avg. Speed 50Mbps, Unlimited
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  • Vodafone £22.00
    Avg. Speed 35Mbps, Unlimited
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  • TalkTalk £22.45 (*36.00)
    Avg. Speed 38Mbps, Unlimited
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  • Post Office £22.90 (*37.00)
    Avg. Speed 38Mbps, Unlimited
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  • Direct Save Telecom £22.95 (*29.95)
    Avg. Speed 35Mbps, Unlimited
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