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Fibre unlimited up to 38mb average speed £20.90 per month work out £13.40 a month read descriptions - £250.80 @ Post Office
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Fibre unlimited up to 38mb average speed £20.90 per month work out £13.40 a month read descriptions - £250.80 @ Post Office

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Posted 1st Feb

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Decent price for 12 months contract for fibre unlimited up to 38mb plus £90 topcashback work out £13.40 or broadband choice offering £60 amazon voucher so work out £15.72
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Wouldn't go anywhere near that shower, had it put in for my mum and it kept cutting out - routers were rubbish. When I rang on her behalf the clown I spoke to said there was nothing they could do and that's was it, they even wanted to charge mum for another router. Really rude idiot. Told him to collect his gear pronto as I was cancelling all payments. Frankly I got the impression they were happy stringing an elderly woman along instead of someone with my direct - but not rude - attitude.

Had EE Broadband put in after they had vacated and had zero problems. Avoid avoid avoid Post Office, bunch of shysters.
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how does upto 38mb = unlimited, am i missing something or is that the download speed?
Edited by: "Technoman2" 1st Feb
Technoman201/02/2020 16:08

how does upto 38mb = unlimited, am i missing something or is that the …how does upto 38mb = unlimited, am i missing something or is that the download speed?


So up to 38mb speed and you can download unlimited amounts of data. Hope that helps
Edited by: "brett95" 1st Feb
Technoman201/02/2020 16:08

how does upto 38mb = unlimited, am i missing something or is that the …how does upto 38mb = unlimited, am i missing something or is that the download speed?


It wouldn't be much of an adsl connection otherwise!
Wouldn't go anywhere near that shower, had it put in for my mum and it kept cutting out - routers were rubbish. When I rang on her behalf the clown I spoke to said there was nothing they could do and that's was it, they even wanted to charge mum for another router. Really rude idiot. Told him to collect his gear pronto as I was cancelling all payments. Frankly I got the impression they were happy stringing an elderly woman along instead of someone with my direct - but not rude - attitude.

Had EE Broadband put in after they had vacated and had zero problems. Avoid avoid avoid Post Office, bunch of shysters.
I believe that Post Office broadband is resold LieLie. Er, I mean TalkTalk. Run fast and run far.
So if BT offered Infinity 1 Fibre for £19.99 as a retention deal (no calls), but access to BT WIfi hotspots and 1TB cloud storage, would you stick with BT for a 2 year contract or switch to this Post Office deal?
TheHun601/02/2020 17:18

So if BT offered Infinity 1 Fibre for £19.99 as a retention deal (no …So if BT offered Infinity 1 Fibre for £19.99 as a retention deal (no calls), but access to BT WIfi hotspots and 1TB cloud storage, would you stick with BT for a 2 year contract or switch to this Post Office deal?


BT
koolishy6701/02/2020 17:19

BT


Thank you. Will stick as not yet ready to move away from Openreach to CityFibre until more ISP's other than Vodafone come on board.
Inch of cowboys..... waited one month and received no modem but harassed with txt messages and emails. Need to get their house in order as far as communication go before offering and kind of service.i binned them in the end as I was sick of their Emory promises.
Sky is no better. Can stream 1080p no problems for £20 a month unlimited...

But downloading...PFFFFF....forget that.. About 600KB/S
Was with Post Office standard broadband for a year (as I cannot get fibre at my house) and honestly would not recommend them. They use the TalkTalk network and had nothing but connection issues with dropouts nearing every day. Been with NowTV Broadband since October and cannot fault them
Bushes01/02/2020 16:25

Wouldn't go anywhere near that shower, had it put in for my mum and it …Wouldn't go anywhere near that shower, had it put in for my mum and it kept cutting out - routers were rubbish. When I rang on her behalf the clown I spoke to said there was nothing they could do and that's was it, they even wanted to charge mum for another router. Really rude idiot. Told him to collect his gear pronto as I was cancelling all payments. Frankly I got the impression they were happy stringing an elderly woman along instead of someone with my direct - but not rude - attitude. Had EE Broadband put in after they had vacated and had zero problems. Avoid avoid avoid Post Office, bunch of shysters.



I had huge problems with BT and swapped to PO about 3 or 4 years ago - NO PROBLEMS SO FAR (and I use it a lot!).
Also recommended to 2 friends one had some connection issues (but she had them with BT and AOL as well). She finally sorted them out by switching to PO fibre on the recommendation of the help desk The other friend has been with them for 3 years and has had his router replaced (for FREE) once, again no issues.

My only gripe with PO, and many other providers, is the "hidden" cost of using the phone but I just use my mobile to make all my calls. You can also cut the phone bills using a service like 1899.
£60 new line and installation for me. Doesn’t make it worth it over 12 month contract
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