Unlimited Broadband (12 month contract)
Which? members have been fans of Zen Internet's broadband services in the past, but is this the case in the latest survey?
Below you’ll find a range of information about Zen broadband. Which? Members can also read our full review, including:
Ease of set up
Value for money
Ease of contacting
Customer score (%)
We'll tell you exactly what you need to know about all the UK's biggest broadband providers, and help you avoid signing up for a deal you'll come to regret.
Which? Recommended Providers are the cream of the crop, and the accolade is only given to broadband companies that achieve a customer score of 70% or above.
That's not all. We know that price is important, so companies can only be Recommended Providers if they charge a reasonable price for their services. If they charge too much they're not eligible, whatever score they receive in the survey.
Zen Internet supplies the FRITZ!Box 7530 router to all new broadband customers (existing customers can upgrade for £75). The router is free with no delivery charge.
Zen offers a range of packages, including standard, superfast and ultrafast options.
Zen doesn't offer as many promotional deals or incentives as some of its rivals, and there's no option for those who wish to save money by paying the line rental in one go.
However, its prices tend to remain fairly static and it's recently introduced its 'price for life' promise - an assurance that the price of your broadband deal won't increase as long as you remain a Zen Internet customer.
Zen Internet's standard ADSL broadband service is available to more than 99% of the country, offering average speeds of 10Mbps. Meanwhile, fibre services offer average download speeds of either 35Mbps or 66Mbps, and average upload speeds of 6Mbps or 17Mbps.
Zen is one of a few providers to also offer a ‘fibre to the premises' service, giving faster download and upload speeds – packages with average speeds of 100Mbps, 300Mbps, 500Mbps and 900Mbps are available in certain locations.