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HomePhone & Broadband At PostOffice.co.uk/Broadband
New customers buying HomePhone and Broadband together for £19.53 a month at the postoffice.co.uk/broadband will now also benefit from free calls to mobiles all weekend long.
That’s in addition to up to 8Mb broadband, evening & weekend UK phone calls, telephone line rental and weekend calls to 20 international destinations.
Known as the Post Office HomePhone with Broadband Standard package, it also includes a 5Gb monthly download usage allowance for the broadband, plus a self-configuring modem. There’s also no set-up or connection fees to pay.
Please go to the official postoffice.co.uk/broadband website for more information.
You can also read our full review of Post Office Broadband here.
Post Office Broadband & Home Phone For £21.95 p/m
As you may have seen today in the press and on TV, you can now get Post Office Broadband, their telephone line rental, plus free evening and weekend home phone calls to UK landlines for just £21.95 a month.
Post Office Broadband has download speeds up to 8Mb and comes with a 5Gb monthly download usage allowance. You’ll also receive a free modem whilst there’s no set up or connection fees to worry about.
Known as ‘the People’s HomePhone and Broadband’ and marketed as ‘the blower and broadband for just £21.95 per month’ this deal provides a saving of up to £5.95 a month and represents good value for money with the telephone line rental being included.
Please read more on this great new deal and all the Post Office Broadband packages in our Post Office Broadband review here.
Post Office Broadband
Have you seen the new Post Office Broadband TV advert starring West Life yet? It gave us a laugh especially when one of the band members (Nicky I think) asks where he has to sign up for Post Office Broadband. Take a look at the TV ad here:
Post Office Broadband, marketed as the ‘People’s Broadband’ starts from £15.95 a month for up to 8Mb download speeds.
We’re still waiting on some more information from the Post Office before we complete our full Post Office Broadband review, so in the meantime why not compare broadband providers for your postcode here.