Post Office

Why choose Post Office?

  • Great value broadband and calls deals
  • Totally Unlimited broadband usage
  • Unlimited weekend calls included - upgrade to anytime UK calls!
  • Router Included

Post Office:Unlimited Broadband

£17.00 p/m for 12 months
Free setup costs, 12 month contract

Unlimited Broadband
  • No broadband monthly price rises during your contract
  • Includes weekends calls
  • Offer ends soon

Post Office broadband - what can I get?

The Post Office is no longer just somewhere to mail your letters. Times have changed since the Penny Black was around, and the organisation now offers broadband and home phone packages at great value.

Its deals are simple and straightforward, with just a couple to choose from. Read on for a closer look at what our favourite delivery service has to offer.

What can I get from Post Office?

Broadband and home phone

There are only a few Post Office packages available, but they cover everything you'd want them to:

  • HomePhone - Post Office’s imaginatively named line rental, which includes weekend calls to UK landlines.
  • Unlimited Broadband - Home phone and broadband with 11Mb average broadband speed and unlimited downloads. You can browse and download as much as you want, but if lots of people are connected at once - or if you’re doing a heavy task, like online gaming or streaming HD video - you may struggle to get reliable speeds.
  • Unlimited Fibre Broadband - Home phone and much speedier fibre optic broadband, with 35Mb average broadband speed and unlimited downloads. This is more ideal for a slightly larger household, or for anyone who likes to watch TV on demand.
  • Unlimited Fibre Broadband Plus - Home phone and even faster fibre broadband, this time with 63Mb average broadband speed and unlimited downloads. Choose this one if you need to connect loads of devices at once, are an avid gamer, or want to stream video in HD or 4K.

Read more about Post Office fibre

Line rental on each package comes with inclusive weekend calls - though you can upgrade it to include anytime calls. There are also options to add mobile minutes, anytime international calls to 40 top countries, and calling features. Call barring, caller display, withhold number, and voicemail are included free of charge anyway, but others, such as call divert and voicemail plus, carry an extra monthly fee. You can also nominate 10 UK numbers as your ‘Loved Ones’ and get discounted calls whenever you phone them.

Read more about Post Office home phone

Post Office broadband comes with up to five free email addresses, and even includes Post Office SafeGuard. This includes firewall, anti-virus protection, and parental controls, to help keep your connection safe.

To find out what broadband and home phone packages you can get in your area, use our postcode checker and take a look at your options.

What’s good about Post Office?

  • Very affordable packages - among the cheapest available in the UK
  • Packages are simple and easy to understand
  • Comes with Post Office SafeGuard, so your computer will be protected from malware
  • Options for cheaper calls to favourite numbers, mobiles, and international destinations
  • Fairly wide availability - but always use our postcode checker to see if it’s available where you are

What’s bad about Post Office?

  • No broadband-only packages, only one that includes line rental too
  • Not as many calling features on home phone as some providers
  • Not really any extras, like the cloud storage or mobile apps offered by other providers such as Sky and TalkTalk
  • No TV

More broadband providers

Want to see what else is out there? Read more in our guides to other broadband and landline services as well:

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I switch broadband provider?

    The process of changing your broadband provider is actually pretty straightforward. First, you put your postcode into our impartial comparison tool. We’ll display the broadband, phone and TV deals available where you live, and then you can use our search filters to narrow down the options and find the perfect package for your household. Finally, you sign up with your new provider online. They’ll contact your existing provider and take care of everything else for you (unless you're switching to or from Virgin Media).

    The actual switch should be virtually seamless, and in the vast majority of cases it is. Your new broadband provider will send you all the stuff you need to get set up, like a new wireless router and/or TV set-top box.

    For more info, see our guide: How to switch broadband

  2. How long does it take to switch broadband?
    When you sign up to a new provider, they’ll contact your existing one and request a transfer of your service. The only exception is when you're switching to or from Virgin Media, in which case you'll have to call and cancel. While switching times vary depending on the type of package, it shouldn’t usually take more than 10 working days. It can take longer if you don’t currently have a phone line, as an engineer will need to come out and install one for you.
  3. Can I keep my phone number if I switch provider?

    Yes, you can normally keep your existing number if you switch from one provider to another. However if you're a cable customer or need a new line, you may need to get a new one.

    For everything you need to know, see our guide: Can I keep my phone number?

  4. Can I keep my email address if I change provider?
    This depends entirely on who your current provider is. If your email address is from BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, or Plusnet, you'll still have access to your emails at least temporarily - but we'd suggest changing over to a free service like Gmail or Outlook so you don't need to worry about losing all your emails just for switching broadband. See our guide for more info.