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Post Office broadband review

By Hamse Yusuf

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We've surveyed thousands of broadband users and can tell you everything you need to know about Post Office broadband – including whether to sign up for one of its deals

It might be more associated with bringing you letters than bringing you broadband, but Post Office deals with more hi-tech communications these days too. In the past, Which? members have rated Post Office broadband more highly than more established big names such as BT and TalkTalk, but is it now the best provider?

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Post Office broadband review

In this in-depth review of Post Office broadband, we'll:

  • give you a full breakdown of how customers rated it on key factors, including technical support
  • show you how the Post Office compares with all the other major internet service providers (ISPs), including BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin
  • tell you what real Post Office broadband customers say about their experiences
  • assess the equipment on offer from Post Office
  • explore Post Office's latest broadband deals and offers
  • reveal the level of complaints made to Ofcom by Post Office customers.

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Post Office broadband satisfaction survey results
Speed Reliability Ease of set up Value for money Ease of contacting Customer service Technical support Customer score (%)
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What makes a Which? Recommended Provider?

Which? Recommended Providers are the cream of the crop, and the accolade is only given to broadband companies that achieve a customer score of 75% or above.

That's not all. We know that price is important, so we only give the award to companies we feel charge a reasonable price for their services. If they charge too much they're not eligible to be Which? Recommended Providers, whatever score they receive in the survey.

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