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POST OFFICE HomePhone £12.00 per month line rental - free to 0845, mobiles, International!

£12.00 @ Post Office
Was given a leaflet in the Post Office today for their HomePhone service - surprisingly, it looks really good! Highlights I can see: Free Evening and Weekend Local and National calls Free Weekend… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Was given a leaflet in the Post Office today for their HomePhone service - surprisingly, it looks really good!

Highlights I can see:
Free Evening and Weekend Local and National calls
Free Weekend calls to mobiles
Free Evening and Weekend calls to 0845/0870 numbers
Free Weekend International calls (to at least 40 countries)
10% off all calls to 10 phone numbers

This is for £12 line rental per month
No minimum contract
UK helpline (if you are with BT you will know why this is good!)
Keep your same phone number

Hope this helps someone, I will be seriously considering changing over
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#1
IM sure i have seen this deal before either way i have this and it is great. Cancel anytime and call te world and his mate on weekends and any mobile - good deal
#2
They charge me 4 or 5 quid a quarter to have caller ID though. I've been meaning to leave them because of this, but have not got round to it yet. Just a heads up, as most people will want caller ID these days.

John

Edit - It's £4.47 + vat per quarter, I've just checked the last bill.
#3
jonboy32
They charge me 4 or 5 quid a quarter to have caller ID though. I've been meaning to leave them because of this, but have not got round to it yet. Just a heads up, as most people will want caller ID these days.

John


Ok, can't see that on my leaflet but I don't use it anyway :thumbsup:

Do you know if they charge extra if you don't pay by direct debit? :)

EDIT: Nope, it's the same price (just found it on their site)
#4
jonboy32
They charge me 4 or 5 quid a quarter to have caller ID though. I've been meaning to leave them because of this, but have not got round to it yet. Just a heads up, as most people will want caller ID these days.

John


Well Virgin Media charge me £2 pm for caller ID so its a bit cheaper than them.
#5
Local and national 4.6p per min during the day
#6
hot hot hot:thumbsup:
#7
Can you still use 1899/18185 to opt out of PO call charges?
#8
jonboy32
They charge me 4 or 5 quid a quarter to have caller ID though. I've been meaning to leave them because of this, but have not got round to it yet. Just a heads up, as most people will want caller ID these days.

John


Dont use caller id nor use phone during the day, so its working out perfect for me at moment and their broadband is the most reliable i have used (been with about 9 suppliers over the years)
#9
I dont get a cable broadband so had to go to BT for landline to get broadband from O2 through BT line. If I move to PO for the landline would I still be getting my o2 Home broadband???
can anyone please suggest?
VERY VERY HOT DEAL FOR ME.
#10
Not a bad deal. I am done on here for this year.
Happy new year to all, may you all prosper.
#11
Been with them for two years now, this is what I've been enjoying for ages now. I got quidco when I did mine was about a tenner not sure if thats still available. Think you have to hang up before the hour or you get charged for the call thats what Ive always thought. I wouldnt know what to say for an hour so doesnt bother me.
#12
Caller id free with BT on caller privacy option.
#13
Voted hot but it's still frustrating that the calls to 0845/0870 etc numbers are free evenings & weekends only as you would normally call those numbers at peak times .
#14
zippy22
Caller id free with BT on caller privacy option.



how much you pay for that though ??... free caller ID with sky , free broadband , cheaper line rental , unlimited downloads ( only TRUE unlimited ) much btter than the rest imo
#15
darren9030
Voted hot but it's still frustrating that the calls to 0845/0870 etc numbers are free evenings & weekends only as you would normally call those numbers at peak times .


[url]www.saynoto0870.com[/url]
#16
duffa666
[url]www.saynoto0870.com[/url]

Yes i know but again they only have certain numbers listed on there & unfortunately they are often not the ones we want. Definately not knocking the deal though as it's still a very good find :)
#17
What about calls to 0871 and 0844?
#18
duffa666
how much you pay for that though ??... free caller ID with sky , free broadband , cheaper line rental , unlimited downloads ( only TRUE unlimited ) much btter than the rest imo


I was getting 2mb constant speed with sky which was good, untill i changed to o2 unlimted (£7.50 month) now i get a constant 3.5mb loads better!!
#19
how about this site... used it a couple times...quite clever >>http://gethuman.com/
#20
KINGMUZZZAUK
I was getting 2mb constant speed with sky which was good, untill i changed to o2 unlimted (£7.50 month) now i get a constant 3.5mb loads better!!


so your paying £7.50 a month for an extra 1.5 download speed.. .... i get 5mb average from sky for free
#21
ok deal
#22
duffa666
so your paying £7.50 a month for an extra 1.5 download speed.. .... i get 5mb average from sky for free


Well that's very nice Vivian :)
#23
duffa666
so your paying £7.50 a month for an extra 1.5 download speed.. .... i get 5mb average from sky for free


I get around 8mb from BT for free:)
#24
jayzy1
Well Virgin Media charge me £2 pm for caller ID so its a bit cheaper than them.


BT is free.
#25
baldude
I dont get a cable broadband so had to go to BT for landline to get broadband from O2 through BT line. If I move to PO for the landline would I still be getting my o2 Home broadband???
can anyone please suggest?
VERY VERY HOT DEAL FOR ME.


Yes, you can keep your o2 broadband on po line.
#26
siliconbits
What about calls to 0871 and 0844?


They are charged to schedule. You can download the price list from the po web site.
#27
duffa666
so your paying £7.50 a month for an extra 1.5 download speed.. .... i get 5mb average from sky for free


That's misleading. I bet you pay Sky for some services, so it's not free. Probably just included in your package.
#28
chattyuk
I get around 8mb from BT for free:)


?????? I don't believe you.
#29
pet2000
That's misleading. I bet you pay Sky for some services, so it's not free. Probably just included in your package.


of course i pay for services... sky tv... but i've always paid for that.. so broadband and free calls etc is a bonus
#30
duffa666
of course i pay for services... sky tv... but i've always paid for that.. so broadband and free calls etc is a bonus


Don't call it free then, if you pay for it. You paying for the telephone/broadband through your sky subscription. There is nothing free in this world, even if they say it is.
#31
I have been with these for a few months now I've got to say I pay £12.50 for line rental so this is even better and they are a good company technical services sorted out my problems with out a humph like you get from some companies BT and Sky come to mind as I have been with them too. So I would definitely recommend them I don't use over half the options available only needed a land line for my broadband so over all they're worth the extra just for the customer service alone.
#32
pet2000
They are charged to schedule. You can download the price list from the po web site.


What does "charged to schedule" mean....
#33
Hot from me. :thumbsup: I'm with them and like the free calls to mobiles at weekends.
#34
rizla01
Can you still use 1899/18185 to opt out of PO call charges?


Yes all bypass providers allowed :thumbsup:
#35
siliconbits
What does "charged to schedule" mean....


charged as per PO pricelist
#36
baldude
I dont get a cable broadband so had to go to BT for landline to get broadband from O2 through BT line. If I move to PO for the landline would I still be getting my o2 Home broadband???
can anyone please suggest?
VERY VERY HOT DEAL FOR ME.


I know this isn't a great help to many people but if you're thinking about changing your landline provider and want to use O2 broadband, O2 are rumored to be introducing a landine service in the new year, so it might be worth hanging fire a little before signing up! ;-)
#37
I think this deal is very hot. But I am biased as I work for Royal Mail.
I have their home phone and broadband extra package and despite a few teething problems, no bills for 18 months, but only charged me about £80 in the end anyway. They have been very good overall. I don't like their email system so now use googlemail which means if I change ISP again I don't have to contact everybody.
The only outage I have had in 3 years was when BT dug up a neighbours cable and in fixing it took out the house next door. Fixing that they took out their neighbour etc, etc until they got to us. I now get over 6.5 meg and I live in the middle of nowhere.
Remember when comparing prices they include line rental unlike everybody else, I had to explain this to this "Thisismoney" site after they accused them of ripping people off (they were actually the cheapest.) But I never thought the Daily Mail would ever support your Post Office so didn't expect anything different.
#38
just found out that the code to use has changed to 1524054. looked at getting BT in my new home but they wanna charge more, charge me for sending a bill to me, charge extra if I don't pay by direct debit and tie me to an 18 month contract. I said I'll go with the POST OFFICE any day. It was all hassle free. Quoted code 1524054 and it did the business for me.

Hope it works for you guys. Try it and let me know if still active. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
#39
taffy1719
just found out that the code to use has changed to 1524054. looked at getting BT in my new home but they wanna charge more, charge me for sending a bill to me, charge extra if I don't pay by direct debit and tie me to an 18 month contract. I said I'll go with the POST OFFICE any day. It was all hassle free. Quoted code 1524054 and it did the business for me.

Hope it works for you guys. Try it and let me know if still active. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!


what's that code for?
#40
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