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PostOffice Unlimited Fibre Broadband 38Mbps £22.90 / 12m £274.80 +£30 TCB +£60 Voucher-Amzn Argos M&S JL(Potentially £15.40pm with TCB+Vchr)
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PostOffice Unlimited Fibre Broadband 38Mbps £22.90 / 12m £274.80 +£30 TCB +£60 Voucher-Amzn Argos M&S JL(Potentially £15.40pm with TCB+Vchr)

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Posted 8th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

38 Mbps UNLIMITED FIBRE BROADBAND for £15.40 per month effective monthly cost for 12 months contract after factoring (£60 voucher + £30 TCB)

You may also get the £ 2.50 bonus cashback from TCB if you order today 08-Oct-2019


STEPS (Since I couldnt find a way to get this deal's URL - especially one that would let you get all the cashback benefits):
1. Clear cookies (just a reminder), Login to Topcashback
2. Activate the £2.50 bonus cashback offer (only valid today 08-Oct-2019) - ignore this step if offer is not longer valid . hotukdeals.com/dea…944
3. Search / Open Broadbandchoices.co.uk page in your TCB account, then click get cashback to go to Broadbandchoices site
4. On Broadbandchoices.co.uk : Search deals for your post code, Then uncheck Standard broadband in filters and Sort by: Avg. Monthly Cost
5. If you skip the first row (Vodafone 18m deal - with higher effective monthly cost when you factor TCB) you should get this Post Office deal

FURTHER INFO:

38Mb/sec average peak-time speed.
12-month contract. £0 upfront.
Monthly price after 12 months: £37 a month.

  • 3306220.jpgNo download limits
  • 3306220.jpgNo mid-contract broadband price rises
  • 3306220.jpgIncludes broadband and line rental
  • 3306220.jpgFree Wi-Fi Router
  • 3306220.jpgFree calls to other Post Office Home Phone numbers at any time
  • 3306220.jpgIncludes 6 months Weekend call plan (opt-in required)



Broadband Choices Voucher Terms and Conditions

Get Post Office Unlimited Fibre Broadband and receive a £60 eGift, via this link only, between 02.10.19 - 15.10.19.This offer is not available for purchases made via telephone or in-store.This offer is for products specified.The Post Office holds the right to withdraw this offer if we believe that the terms of the offer are being abused in any way.The Post Office holds the right to ask for the order reference that is sent via email after purchase to verify the sale.This offer may be withdrawn or amended at any time.This Promotion cannot be combined with any other voucher, offer, and discount or promotion code and may not be redeemed for cash. If this is used alongside another offer or discount you will not be eligible for the offer.You will be sent instructions on how to choose your Reward 90 days from the date of your purchase. You will then have 90 days to claim your Reward by sending it to your email or mobile phone.Only one Reward will be delivered per person.Please check the redemption instructions and terms and conditions of your chosen reward.Rewards should be treated like cash and kept securely. They cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.Please see Amazon.co.uk terms here - amazon.co.uk/gc-…gal.If you have any questions or have not received your voucher 90 days after your purchase date, please contact customerservice@broadbandchoices.co.uk
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MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


Virgin Media connection is not available to about half of UK's population and not everyone needs such high speeds anyways. Many users of this site are more concerned about savings pounds than flashing their broadband speed test results. BTW Virgin media router sucks and many other providers are preferred by people simply because they care about customer service.... a foreign concept for Virgin media
MrWang08/10/2019 20:23

£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be …£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be like dial up.


Have they tried going out playing?

Also in one of the other posts I caught you trolling on, you had 2 kids. Looks like they’re multiplying
Edited by: "donny1266" 8th Oct
MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


I'm pretty sure that's not £22 month
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Not a bad deal. My Father in Law had PO broadband and had no real issues with them.
Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬
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Resold TT, best avoided.
MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


I'm pretty sure that's not £22 month
MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


Virgin Media connection is not available to about half of UK's population and not everyone needs such high speeds anyways. Many users of this site are more concerned about savings pounds than flashing their broadband speed test results. BTW Virgin media router sucks and many other providers are preferred by people simply because they care about customer service.... a foreign concept for Virgin media
OBH6UK08/10/2019 17:58

Resold TT, best avoided.



I have been their customer in the past, and did not have any issues. Do you know whether the customer service is provided by TT or PO ? if its TT I agree with your comment as TT is not really known for customer services.. however PO customer service is not that bad from my personal experience.
hi0parag08/10/2019 18:31

I have been their customer in the past, and did not have any issues. Do …I have been their customer in the past, and did not have any issues. Do you know whether the customer service is provided by TT or PO ? if its TT I agree with your comment as TT is not really known for customer services.. however PO customer service is not that bad from my personal experience.



Irrespective of who does the CS, TT have had not one but two major data breeches. If that is acceptable to you? Fine. It's not for me hence why I excited ASAP. They are cheap for a reason.
Edited by: "OBH6UK" 8th Oct
MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


And you pay how much? And how often do you even use 50Mbps let alone 350?
OBH6UK08/10/2019 19:09

Irrespective of who does the CS, TT have had not one but two major data …Irrespective of who does the CS, TT have had not one but two major data breeches. If that is acceptable to you? Fine. It's not for me hence why I excited ASAP. They are cheap for a reason.


The personal data is held by the provider of Customer service.. hence I asked.

BT openreach also provision services but they don't hold customer data
Myriad08/10/2019 20:13

And you pay how much? And how often do you even use 50Mbps let alone 350?


£68 per month with TV.

5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be like dial up.
MrWang08/10/2019 20:23

£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be …£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be like dial up.


Have they tried going out playing?

Also in one of the other posts I caught you trolling on, you had 2 kids. Looks like they’re multiplying
Edited by: "donny1266" 8th Oct
MrWang08/10/2019 20:23

£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be …£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be like dial up.


So? Maybe if they're all downloading at the same it'll be like dial up. Tivo doesn't use your broadband. You can run multiple streams/games easy on 38Mbps lol

Not hard to schedule updates/downloads over night
Edited by: "Myriad" 8th Oct
donny126608/10/2019 20:39

Have they tried going out playing?Also in one of the other posts I caught …Have they tried going out playing?Also in one of the other posts I caught you trolling on, you had 2 kids. Looks like they’re multiplying


Here they are ‘out playing’ a few weeks ago.
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MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


£15 a month for virgin fibre ?
MrWang08/10/2019 20:23

£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be …£68 per month with TV.5 kids, all with Netflix, iPads etc. 38Mbps would be like dial up.


Have you tried it? think you'd be surprised. Either way someone at virgin caught themselves a big fish ££ easy sell.
Edited by: "red23" 8th Oct
I currently have PO broadband - collapses several times each and every day. It is supplied by talktalk and the customer service is what you'd get from them, non-existent. Used to be with plusnet and hardly ever lost the connection but suddently the faults are said to be because of the internal set-up. The internal set-up hasnt changed.

If you dont mind losing your connection for at least 5 minutes 3 or 4 times a day this is for you.
buzzard08/10/2019 22:25

I currently have PO broadband - collapses several times each and every …I currently have PO broadband - collapses several times each and every day. It is supplied by talktalk and the customer service is what you'd get from them, non-existent. Used to be with plusnet and hardly ever lost the connection but suddently the faults are said to be because of the internal set-up. The internal set-up hasnt changed. If you dont mind losing your connection for at least 5 minutes 3 or 4 times a day this is for you.


Complete opposite... Good service rarely drops. Just as good as BT who ultimately provide the service via their lines
hi0parag08/10/2019 18:28

Virgin Media connection is not available to about half of UK's population …Virgin Media connection is not available to about half of UK's population and not everyone needs such high speeds anyways. Many users of this site are more concerned about savings pounds than flashing their broadband speed test results. BTW Virgin media router sucks and many other providers are preferred by people simply because they care about customer service.... a foreign concept for Virgin media


Couldn't agree more. We do have VM and the only good thing about them is the high dl. But u do pay for it. And every 12 months u have to face the dreaded phone call to try and get a new deal. Only to go thru the same boring convo that goes on for ages. To end up with a worst discount than last year's deal. In the last 12 months we've had 2 price increases total of £7 per mth. Then they took away the line rental saver option. So effectively another 2.67 per mth. On what I was paying this time last year its 28% increase. At the end of my call today the best they could offer was a discount 4 quid less than my current deal. So I'll be having to do the whole cancel and wait for the call back. Its the same old crap every year! VM defo the worst to deal with when it comes to renewing. And all they ever bang on about is how their broadband is so much better than the rest. The superhub is far from super. Awful range. We have 3 storeys and not an old house full of think stone walls. The superhub signal barely leaves the room it's in. Ours is in modem mode and we have a tp link archer router. So much better. But again that's another cost outlay at the start.
I am tempted to cancel and try another option. But it is hassle getting a new installation etc.
Its a pity broadband etc isn't a bit more like switching utilities.
Edited by: "FMCHAOS" 9th Oct
I have had PO since Feb, it's not great but it also depends on your area doesn't matter who the company are it's all BT who look after the connection.

I live near Central London and I barely get 7 Mbps!!!
rijusbaby109/10/2019 02:51

I have had PO since Feb, it's not great but it also depends on your area …I have had PO since Feb, it's not great but it also depends on your area doesn't matter who the company are it's all BT who look after the connection. I live near Central London and I barely get 7 Mbps!!!


It's probably due to your distance from the exchange for your ADSL2 connection
Had top virgin broadband 1st 6months superb no issues but from when they brought in smart WiFi Omg everyday losing connection, router kept rebooting, there customer service is shocking, had boosters sent out to me as they thought that was the issue....had new router sent out but still no joy then a engineer came out within a couple of hrs of him going wifi went down again, so terminated contract early no penalty to pay, now with sky broadband, slower speeds I know but constant WiFi connection!
fluff4509/10/2019 08:33

Had top virgin broadband 1st 6months superb no issues but from when they …Had top virgin broadband 1st 6months superb no issues but from when they brought in smart WiFi Omg everyday losing connection, router kept rebooting, there customer service is shocking, had boosters sent out to me as they thought that was the issue....had new router sent out but still no joy then a engineer came out within a couple of hrs of him going wifi went down again, so terminated contract early no penalty to pay, now with sky broadband, slower speeds I know but constant WiFi connection!


If you have VM u just have to switch the 'super/crap' hub to modem mode and use ya own decent router. Another initial outlay but a must. That stops them doing crap like this smart WiFi. Another marketing gimic to rope in unsuspecting new customers.
Edited by: "FMCHAOS" 9th Oct
I did hear this was a way but I'd wasted enough of my life trying to get through to them what was happening, also got a better overall deal with tv as well, yes not as fast broadband but getting a constant connection & a better service goes a long way in my book! Something vm is lacking! I was even told "well you do have a good deal with us" as you can imagine that was it with me, I'd rather pay for a better service! Never say never but I doubt I'll ever go back to vm!
snooper7508/10/2019 23:09

Complete opposite... Good service rarely drops. Just as good as BT who …Complete opposite... Good service rarely drops. Just as good as BT who ultimately provide the service via their lines


Strange that when service was provided by plusnet it worked, provided by the Post Office and it doesn't. Also forgot to mention that when we switched to plusnet we were up and running with no issues on the date given, Post Office changed the date and then we were without broadband completely when they took over, they did provide a few pounds credit for the mess they made of that. Voted cold.
MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]


And my 5G is fdaster than your 4G
fluff4509/10/2019 08:33

...now with sky broadband, slower speeds I know but constant WiFi …...now with sky broadband, slower speeds I know but constant WiFi connection!


fluff4509/10/2019 09:07

I'd rather pay for a better service! Never say never but I doubt I'll ever …I'd rather pay for a better service! Never say never but I doubt I'll ever go back to vm!


Been with Sky since 2013 & before that with O2 broadband (who Sky took over) since 2008 - hardly ever had an issue with either. As you say, better to pay more for something that's reliable & has good, UK-based customer support than all the superfast &/or gimmicky stuff that's flaky.
MrWang08/10/2019 17:33

Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps …Fibre at 38Mbps :/ My 4G is faster than that. Currently rocking 350Mbps with Virgin, now that’s what you call fibre 🚬[Image]



Not quite quick enough for me

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