Postoffice Broadband Reviews
About Post Office Broadband
Post Office broadband claims that its packages offer reliable speeds and better money value to their customers. If you are on budget, the best way to save your money is just taking Post office telephone service and their broadband package together.
Post Office broadband offers two packages. The standard package will cost £15.95 per month and offers 8MB broadband with 5GB download limit. Post Office Broadband Extra offers unlimited usage allowance and costs £20.95 per month.
Where do Post Office Broadband stand in our rating?
Our assessment of a provider/packages is based on various criteria like speed, reliability, customer support etc. The over-all rating of a provider or a package often helps you to pick the right package for you even if you are unsure of your priorities.
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Comparison of Post Office Broadband Packages
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Post Office Broadband - Consumer Reviews
Reviewed by Donald on 2014-01-17
Until recently, a useable service but it has become vitually unuseable and their tech support are clueless and useless. Frequently I get less than 1Mbps and during evenings and weekends, the connection repeatedly fails. Absolutely hopeless. I have just requested MAC code to leave. AVOID like the plague.
Reviewed by Annie on 2012-04-12
Although customer service rendered by Post Office broadband provider was quite appealing in the beginning, their performance came down slower and slower. I hope their service doesnâ€™t get even worse. I recommend all new customers to read through the article before actually going in for any broadband provider.
Reviewed by Jones on 2012-04-12
I have been a Post Office broadband customer for the past one year and have found their service to be satisfactory only at times and this ultimately makes my broadband activity inconsistent. Also, customer service provided is not that satisfactory although they respond quickly at times. Post Office broadband needs to improve their services at the earliest.
Reviewed by mark on 2009-04-28
actual service is great ,good speeds and coupled with the phone option great value, but as for customer service and support this is where its got bad, well for me any way. I have been cut off with out notice, been billed for 2 months calls/service in one go due to technical problems their end, again with no contact or explanation, no paper bill sent out, unable to access my bill online .....if they could sort out the poor customer service it would be a good deal
Reviewed by David Turner on 2009-04-13
Excellent value for the Broadband and Homephone package. Free calls evening and weekends plus at the weekend free calls to 20 international destinations and mobiles. BT supply the service but Post Office bill you (considerably less!) Never had any speed trouble.Set up is with a software-free modem..Dead easy! This package is excellent value.I urge you to take a look
Reviewed by Lee on 2008-04-11
I have been with Post Office for about 1 year. Except a few problems I had in the first two months, the service has been good so far. Nice speeds!
Reviewed by Rachel on 2008-04-04
I am disappointed with their service. Connection failures and dwindling speeds have become customary with Post Office. I would move to another provider and I would not recommend it to anyone.
Reviewed by Larry on 2008-04-05
Broadband & phone packages from PostOffice helped me to check my bill which always soared when I was with my previous ISP. Great service!
Reviewed by Orwell on 2008-03-27
First I thought, PostOffice is an expensive ISP. Indeed, I signed up with PostOffice when my friend suggested. My decision was in fact not wrong. Excellent service. High reliability. I don't mind spending a bit more for such great packages.
Reviewed by Ian Saunders on 2008-03-18
Communication right from the start has been good. The service was transferred as scheduled and download speed is where it should be for my location. I had a slight problem with accessing e-mail in Mozzila Thunderbird due to a configuration glitch but that was resolved. The supplied Netgear router/firewall installed itself satisfactorily but it would have been helpful if the Postoffice had advised of the need to wait for several hours after the initial changed were made by BT. Overall not a bad transfer and a happy customer is the result.
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