Unlimited Broadband (12 month contract)
You might be surprised that a company famous for its high street shops also provides broadband and home phone services. Find out how its customers rated it in our latest survey.
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Ease of set up
Value for money
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Customer score (%)
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John Lewis standard broadband packages now come with a Netgear WNR100 router, while fibre customers receive the ZyXEL VMG8924 router. Routers are supplied free of charge.
John Lewis offers only combined broadband and phone packages. You can't take out a broadband-only deal and stick with your existing home phone provider.
While prices don't fluctuate as much as other providers', the company tends not to offer promotional deals or incentives. There are no extra charges on top – to cover your router or fibre connection, for example – and all packages include evening and weekend calls, although you can pay extra to add inclusive anytime, international or mobile calls.
The company offers three broadband deals with average speeds of either 10Mbps, 36Mbps or 66Mbps, depending on the package you choose. All include an unlimited data allowance, although John Lewis applies traffic management to its packages, prioritising certain content in busy periods.