Post Office reduces prices of Unlimited broadband & phone package
Post Office's Broadband division has announced that they have cut the prices of their unlimited broadband & phone line packages. Their standard unlimited broadband at 11 Mbps average download speed is being offered at £15.90 for 12 months contract term and there are reduction in upfront (set up) cost also.
With an average speed of 11 Mbps at a price of £15.90 (actual price: £30) per month for a contract term of 12 months and thereafter at a price of £30 and no set up fee.
Unlimited Fibre Broadband
With an average speed of 36 Mbps at a price of £28 (actual price: £37) per month for a contract term of 18 months and thereafter at a price of £37 and with a discounted set up fee of £30 (actual fee: £60).
Unlimited Fibre Broadband Plus
With an average speed of 63 Mbps at a price of £32 (actual price: £42) per month for a contract term of 18 months and thereafter at a price of £42 and with a discounted set up fee of £30 (actual fee: £60).
The customers will expect to get unlimited usage, a wireless router, phone line rental inclusive, free UK based support, free weekend UK calls and parental controls. There will be various call add-ons which can be availed at extra cost. The ISP has agreed for no price rise for monthly rates during the minimum contract term.
The above offers are available to new customers which are expected to be valid till November 11, 2018 to order.
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