AOL Broadband offers a range of packages with a free wireless router, no connection charge and customer service that’s available 24 hours a day.
BroadbandChoices 2012 Customer Satisfaction Awards
Read on for more information about AOL Broadband, and call the provider free on 0800 049 4404 to switch today.
About AOL broadband
AOL Broadband (www.AOLBroadband.co.uk) has been offering broadband for more than 10 years and has over 1.7 million customers across the UK. It specialises in no frills home broadband packages that are really for people who want to keep things simple. AOL Broadband currently offers three broadband packages - broadband only, broadband and calls, and broadband, calls and line rental.
Find out what AOL Broadband customers think of their provider on the broadbandchoice AOL Broadband review page.
The AOL Broadband service
AOL Broadband lets you choose between three broadband packages: Broadband + Calls + Line Rental, Broadband + Calls, and Broadband Only.
Download speeds of up to 14Mb are available to customers who take AOL Broadband's Broadband + Calls + Line Rental package. For the Broadband + Calls and Broadband Only packages customers will receive up to 8Mb. All packages offer a 10GB usage allowance.
Broadband and phone
Monthly cost: £10.20 1st year cost: £122.40
|speed up to 8 Mb|
|Eve & wknd calls inc.|
Call AOL Broadband
Call AOL Broadband on 0800 049 4404.
AOL Broadband regional pricing
AOL Broadband applies "regional pricing" to packages outside of its local loop unbundled LLU areas. Although AOL Broadband is working to expand its LLU network, customers currently living outside of these areas will have to pay an extra £5 a month for their broadband.
AOL Broadband benefits
All AOL Broadband packages come with a free wireless router.
AOL Broadband also offers telephone customer support seven days a week - which is free if you are calling from an AOL Talk line - and has a range of help articles available on its website.
Our expert's verdict
Michael Phillips, broadbandchoices managing director, said: "AOL Broadband (www.AOLBroadband.co.uk) is best suited to low-level users. However, providers such as Plusnet (www.Plus.net) and O2 (www.O2.co.uk) offer cheaper packages and both have won a range of awards in recent years for their reliable service and customer satisfaction."