Post Office Reviews

Sometimes the best way to get a feel for a broadband provider is to read what those who are already customers think of the service they're receiving. Below are all the reviews we've received for Post Office.

Recent Customer Ratings for Post Office

  • Satisfaction
    2 stars
  • Speed
    1.7 stars
  • Reliability
    1.9 stars
  • Customer Service
    2.3 stars

Based on 2193 customer ratings since 2016-09-26 (Show all time ratings)

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458 Customer Reviews for Post Office

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This is an appalling service. Log in using password given does not work, so no access to any bills. Broadband speed under 1 mb per Sec! Also unreliable and not working at all at times. Customer service non existent. Telephone number given, through different filters gets you back to square one.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Devon Post Office  
Don't bother taking out broadband by post office in a word it is shocking. Changed to Po from plusnet last November from beginning my speed dropped to dial up equivalent and has never improved after many complaints etc jumping through hoops for po sending them speed checks there response was fault laid with my house! Bearing in mind with plusnet the internet worked fine I've not moved and not even brought any new devices this is the biggest load of Rubbish p ever heard. What the po long term goals are is beyond me as I and every other customer will leave at the end of my contract (they won't let u leave early even when they are not delivering what they promised! And will never use this firm again and of course I advise anyone never to use them. How this is good business sense is beyond me and I truely hope they end this part of there business soon as they do not have any ability to offer a broadband service
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Gloucestershire Post Office  
Have had service at 2 different houses now, with 2 different routers and multiple filters etc. Constantly resetting the routers because the connection has dropped. It can't be the line.
Customer service is the worst I have ever experienced and probably ever will. They can only go through one step of a procedure every 24hrs and are utterly disinterested and unconcerned. Generally they mess you around on the phone for hours and finally say. Oh yes we see the problem, lots of faults on the line etc and it all works for a little while. Thats after blaming your hardware such as the filter to give themselves more time. It feels like they switch it to fibre or something for a bit to get you off the line? Anyway the service is a complete Joke and has been for years.
I'd be ashamed if I was the post office but I'm not - and they obviously couldn't care less. Hence I am taking the time to warn everybody else.
They even offered us the chance to get out of the contract and then changed their mind lol. And they also told my wife that we "HAD" to take out another 18 month contract when we changed houses. Thats the level of credibility we are talking about here.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Devon Post Office  
Since moving over from Fuel Broadband, who always gave a good service. My broadband has slowed to a snails pace. I am struggling to get anywhere with the customer service department. Very poor alround, I am deeply unhappy with this company.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
Derbyshire Post Office  
Switch over from fuel with no warning and didn't find out until internet stopped working.
When they couldn't fix it after hours on the phone I was left with no internet for a week while they sent a new router.
Internet works but cuts out frequently, after a week of this I rang them again and was transferred to a number of departments until it was decided an upgrade would solve this and a new router would be sent in 3-5 working days.
I waited 10 days and made yet another call to be told that my new internet wouldn't be going live until another week and had to wait for my router until then...
Over a month of this, it would of been easier and faster to cancel and find a new internet provider.
  • Satisfaction
    2 stars
  • Speed
    2 stars
  • Reliability
    4 stars
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Post Office  
I was switched to PO Broadband when Fuel gave up, costing me an extra £8 per month. When I asked another supplier if I could keep my number they could not find out. So I tried PO Customer Services and after waiting 30 mins was told that for email confirmation I would have to email the PO and wait a week, as they did not have access to email themselves! I was offered a cheaper deal if I would sign up for 18 months, but with service like that I do not want to.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    4 stars
  • Customer Service
    4 stars
Surrey Post Office  
So disappointed with post office broadband, changed from fule & was told nothing would change. I was misled, the speed of my broadband is now so slow, can't do the things I use to do before change. Takes so long to download things like Pay Pal before transaction is completed, time is up & it cuts out. Can't watch video clips, keeps on stopping & have to wait for it to restart, so just give up. Everything is running so slow, had many different broadband from various suppliers but never had one this bad. Was told when I complained at start of service it would pick up after few days, two months on still at snails pace.
I am stuck with this rubbish service for 18 months even though its been miss sold & not as promised. It in no way matches the broadband I received from fule, I would never advise anybody to have Post Office Broadband.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Haverfordwest Post Office  
I was also a fuel broadband customer, When I was informed that I would be transferred to POBroadband at almost 2X the cost of fuel I arranged talk talk as a new supplier. I told fuel that I did not want to go toPObroadband. My TalkTalk service was activated on July 11th. Imagine my shock to discover that PO had direct debited £32+ on1st September. I have spent ££'s on phone calls, I can't use the free number. I have written to them. PO insist that thhey are providing me with the service, but Talk Talk is definitely connected on the only lline into my home. No they say I can't cancel except by calling, what??? and spend £££'s in a queue to cancel something I never asked for.
bahhhhh, useless company ..
Shropshire Post Office  
The broadband speed is slow. You need to make it better and faster
  • Satisfaction
    4 stars
  • Speed
    3 stars
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    2 stars
Chesterfield Post Office  
Totally Useless if you want to access bills etc having a Kindle Fire or basic windows mobile that does not support Adobe flash player. It is impossible to view your account, I have complained repeatedly but I am stuck with pobroadband for 18 months - I was with Fuel Broadband and was switched knowing none of PO's short comings. I am not prepared to pay extra for paper bills. It is their failure and I believe all customers should have equal access to their accounts, I am awaiting a response to my latest complaint.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    2 stars
  • Reliability
    4 stars
  • Customer Service
    4 stars
Devon Post Office  
Absolutely disgraceful.Appauling customer service.I was with the brilliant fuel band and never had a problem.since post office took them over my internet connection is off everyday,i have been passed to every department and spoke to everyone except the cleaner.I was told by one team member that they refuse to send out an engineer as its not that much of a problem.Its been going on for well over a month now and i still have not had the issue resolved.If i pay £142 they said they would send an engineer.DISGRACEFUL.sick and tired of being fobbed of by this company.Avoid at all costs.
Newcastle Post Office  
I have written to the CEO Tim Parker re my appalling service. Waiting for a reply. How do I find the names of senior shareholders as I plan to inform them of the really, really awful service. Have contacted POBroadband 45 times in 12 months. Their apologies are absolutely worthless. Indeed they are insulting. Must have had over 100 apologies! One single kept promise would be welcome
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    2 stars
  • Customer Service
    1 star
GL5 2HP Post Office  
My 92 year old aunt only uses her house phone unfortunately while I was away on holiday her phone bill for £60 came in. I tried desperately to sort it and spent two hours on the phone to the Post Office. I couldn't get through to speak to anyone and as soon as I keyed my aunts in the phone cut off. I paid the outstanding bill and expected the phone to be put back on. She has never defaulted before. Not only did the post office cut her phone but also disconnected her from the service totally. Apart from leaving one of society's many st vulnerable people without communication she now cannot use the same phone number that she has had for 50 years. All of her friends will not be able to contact her and I cannot find her address book for me to contact them. Today I spoke to two very unhelpful and bordering on rude 'customer service' employees. My aunt might be able to be accepted back to the Post Office - I was informed. A company that does this is cruel and heartless and I will find another provider. I know it was my error to not pay the bill in time but a bit of leeway would have saved my aunt immeasurable trauma.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
West Midlands Post Office  
Engineer turned up to install 6th Sep 2017, could not find the external fault on BT line, so simply left, not a word.
Had to chase him down the road to ask, what was happening?
Told me, he only gets paid for work he can do.
I asked what happens next, he said to call the post office in a few days.
Then walked off, FAILED.

I am disgusted that the post office pays people on ZERO hour contracts.
No wonder he left, BT don't help third party engineers on the BT kit.

This is BT kit the post office plays on you all know.

BT is stopping third party companies from using the network 100%.

BT is a scamming corporation that scams the post office with this poor access to the system and lines.

Remember BT was paid MILLIONS to make the UK ADSL compatible.
Yes, it is here in Forres, but ZERO capacity for new lines!

So MPS this is a SCAM saying covering 95% of the population.
Yes, its in TOWN but not available!

SCAMMING BRITTAN what else do you expect from FACELESS corporations.
Forres Post Office  
The so called premium broadband speed and connectivity was badly affected by the router (a low quality budget unit) it never connected to some of our devices (I pad and Samsung phone) the speed was below 2.5mbs by wireless where we were receiving 10mbs through the wire. The staff on the help line were good, but they could not overcome the product deficiencies, this is a very low performance broadband router anyone with a number of wireless devices stear clear,also the PO are ruthlessly hard nosed about the whole contract buyer beware (they are not the old GPO)
  • Speed
    3 stars
Beckenham Post Office  
I should have taken notice of the awful Post Office broadband reviews before switching from the(excellent) Fuel Broadband, who ceased trading unfortunately. I am now a week with no WIFI and incoming landline calls due to a faulty line, the Post Office says this is due to Openreach being 'busy' and 'understaffed'. Have had to call numerous times to get an update, each time I am fobbed off. Made a big mistake here and am going to do all I can to cancel the 18 month contract. My sanity will not last that long dealing with their extremely poor customer service
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
London Post Office  
On 3rd July I received an email from them informing me that I now had a post office broadband contract, with no further explanation. This made me think I had been the target of ID fraud, and I rang them in a state of concern.


It was explained to me that POBroadband had bought Fuel Broadband, and I was informed that my monthly bill with you would be £30 a month. I objected to this, as my bill with Fuel had been £17 a month and felt it was unreasonable that they had bought Fuel and instantly added £13 on to their customers bills, and the only notice given was an email informing me that I had a new contract with them. At the end of the day I had an existing contract with a company they have purchased that they are now unwilling to fulfill.


After some debate it was agreed my bill would now be £20 a month. On 5th August I was sent my bill, and it was £22.50, as a £2.50 call bundle had inexplicably been added on, despite the agent having been told that I had no landline.


I called today to get this amended, and the first person I spoke to fobbed me off and then put the phone down on me. I called back, and while being on hold again I logged into my account and looked at the terms on there, somewhat annoyed that I appear to not only to have been transferred onto a new contract where I pay more, but now also have a contract with a company with very poor customer service, where my every contact with you to date has been entirely unsatisfactory.


On the website in the account details section it shows a summary of my package. I noted that here it states that under the terms of this package I get a free wireless router.


On asking about this (after sorting out the initial charging issues) I was told that I am not a new customer, as I have transferred from Fuel Broadband. I pointed out that I was on a new contract, so therefore I am a new customer, and I am certainly a new customer of your company having had no dealings with you until a week ago. At the end of the day if Fuel Broadband customers were existing customers then surely we should have had the existing terms of our contract honoured. It seems we are new customers when it suits PO Broadband, but not treated as well as other new customers who you give the free router too!


Incidentally, I also noted that on Comparethemarket.com they show up at the £20 rate, so its a pretty cheeky company policy to make Fuels customers pay £30 and then have to call you to reduce it... and argue like hell to get it down to the £20 they offer other new customers.


I was placed on hold 4 times as I went though all manner of departments for an hour, each time having to explain all this again and again, but ultimately to be told their company policy is we are not new customers (just new contracts) and therefore we get no free router... despite it saying we do on the account details page of the website. I was then told that this would be passed on to someone who could make a decision on this matter, as to whether as a gesture of good will to a very dissatisfied new/switched customer a new router could be sent out.

I received a call from someone in technical support who had been told none of this , and when it was raised gave me the same drivel about Fuel customers not getting new routers as we're not new customers by whatever backwards logic the (cost-saving) company uses to make its policies.


He told me all I could do was email support, which is what I did.

I was then called back 4 days later and told that I would be sent a free router as gesture of goodwill.

However, I was then billed £29.16 for this 'free' router, which the company is refusing to to pay back, and every agent I speak too just tells me that they do not do free routers and that this is the charge for a router, and they cannot refund it. They also say I have noew accepted the contract and cannot cancel for 18 months.

I have therefore not only been charged for something that was promised for free, but also have been duped into entering an 18 month contract I do not wish to be in, with a company with the worst customer service I have ever experienced in my life. I am now considering legal action, and would advise everyone to steer clear of PO Broadband.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Huddersfield Post Office  
Customer service telephone number is a joke - always get wrong department. email is just as bad - so slow to get a response and then it does not address all the issues. Be warned and seek an alternative supplier!!
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
MIDDLESBROUGH Post Office  
We were switched over by Post Office broadband to high speed fibre-optic yesterday, which required a new router. We use four Apple computers in the house - and every one of them crashed as soon as they were connected to the new router. And by crashed I mean absolutely jammed up solid - we couldn't run diagnostic and repair tools, and the computers couldn't even be shut down or restarted. It took an entire day to work out how to get the Macs running again - and then as soon as you reconnect the router it does it all over again. We've never had problems as severe as this with the Apple's ever before. The two Smart TVs in the house work OK via the router, and iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches, and a Samsung phone work OK via the wifi - but we now cannot connect any of the Macs to the internet without them jamming up completely again every time we try. So we're having to rely on a couple of iPads for accessing the internet until the problem is resolved - if it can be resolved. We may have no other choice but to switch to another provider. There is obviously a major compatibility issue with the routers and Apple computers. One of the Apples won't even start up at all now and has the 'blue screen of death' even when disconnected from the router. Not only that but the broadband keeps cutting off constantly even when using the devices which still work. The reliability of the service up until this has been increasingly diabolical too - cutting off and slowing right down almost constantly. I wouldn't recommend this ISP to anyone - and especially not if you're an Apple user - and you don't want your Mac 'killed'. It took a lot of technical skill to get them functioning again which may be above the skill level of most people - and what use is broadband if you can't use it to connect to the internet at all. I recommend you use ANYONE ELSE except the Post Office if you have any sense. They also aren't answering their phones - and their service website has said 'the site is being updated' for sixteen hours - which does not instill confidence in their company service standards. I have NEVER encountered problems this severe with any service provider EVER before.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Dursley Post Office  
The broadband from this supplier is acceptable for my needs, although I agree that for its monthly low cost, it's good value. I would recommend it for a one device basic user not doing a lot of downloading.
Good entry level broadband giving uunlimited data if you want it at up to about 8 Mb/sec. in my location.
  • Satisfaction
    4 stars
  • Speed
    4 stars
  • Reliability
    3 stars
  • Customer Service
    4 stars
BROMLEY Post Office  
Currently watching an hours drama 30 seconds at a time with buffering of 30 seconds in between. I've complained
Numerous times. Apparently they are delivering service within stated paramaters - what a surprise - they are never in the wrong!!

Avoid - avoid - avoid!!! I'm going to have to pay a lot of £ to get out of the contract but it will be worth it - I've had enough!!
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    2 stars
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Lincoln Post Office  
not sure of download reliability, was transfered due to fuel broadband withdrawal of service.
  • Satisfaction
    3 stars
  • Speed
    2 stars
  • Reliability
    3 stars
  • Customer Service
    2 stars
le18 1ea Post Office  
Again I am one of the unlucky customers who had their phone service migrated when Fuel Broadband (absolutely fantastic company) pulled out of the telecoms market. The comments made by all the previous reviewers ring so true and the staff require serious retraining. Their telephone operatives are incapable of listening to and understanding the context of phone calls to them, and it appears they are only able to support queries from a standard set. I feel extremely sorry for the staff employed by this organisation as they are being seriously failed by their employers and no doubt receiving vented phone calls from mightily disgruntled customers. Unfortunately, they are now the cheapest provider - this is evident in their level of service. Thankfully, I do not need to retain their services and have cancelled my contract and would highlight to anyone considering using this company that the old adage you get what you pay for, certainly applies here.
Lancashire Post Office  
I was a Fuel Broadband customer, a happy one I hastily add. Post Office took over Fuel and its customers.

Post Office (Piss taker) charges former Fuel customers at £30.50 per month for a laughable bog standard broadband service at snail pace speed. Their Customer Service / Tech Support is last to none.

If you want to spend your all precious time on the phone to them, provide that it works, then sign up with them.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    2 stars
  • Customer Service
    2 stars
Hampshire Post Office  
I just ordered the post office broadband and was giving a date and when they came they told me because I live in a block of flats I need the electricity key but when I placed my order no body told me anything about a key and it's not my line of work so if u live in a flat make sure u get your housing association to get u access to the electricity key because this team do not tell u what is required and now I have been left with no wifi and no body bothered to call me and arrange to deal with it I was left basically woundering what to do I just called them and it's a day later already and asked for them to call me bk because why should I waste my time and credit but no body called me bk just shows what kind of of service I will receive.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Liverpool Post Office  
I have seen so many bad reviews of the postoffice broadband ,so I feel I must add my review for some balance.I have been with the postoffice since 2009 and I have no trouble at all. Two months ago I updated to their fibre broadband and I am still delighted with their service.The change over was 1st class, speed was stated to be unto 38mbs and I am getting 39mbs with no drop-outs.Price is competitive with the competition.
Whats not to like !
  • Satisfaction
    5 stars
  • Speed
    5 stars
  • Reliability
    5 stars
  • Customer Service
    5 stars
Chippenham Post Office  
Tried to change to this isp, wish I had seen these reviews before my move, same sort of problems as most others, I phoned customer help line several times as the broadband was not connecting, they quoted me 2 days to identify the delay, the bod on the line kept interrupting me on the phone, and would not accept their mistakes, contacted. My bank and cancelled the payment authority, luckily no money out of my account, po were in breach of contract as they had not provided the services they had advertised that they would, a very near, and lucky escape. Phew. !
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
Carlisle Post Office  
Cant wait till the contract ends. It spends more time off than on and when it is on its so slow. Old dial up was faster
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Glasgow Post Office  
We don't have any equipment with this company, post office broadband, they took over fuel broadband, and doubled the price, and they had attitude when we tried to sign up, then there was more rubbish from them so we cancelled and they wanted to charge us £200 for them not providing any service at all, the cancellation takes place on the 6th of September and we have to wait a month for open reach (as we all know that you can't contact this company) to switch a service back on, the post office, really needs dealing with by the communications services as there attitude is as poor as, I would not recommend anyone going to this company. They are awful.
Bourne, Lincolnshire Post Office  
Rubbish that disconnects for no reason at least once very day and creeps along at no speed when connected.
West London Post Office  
I have been with the Post Office for around seven years now. I have to say I've stayed with them because they are cheap. I've always found the customer service poor but I've eventually been able to sort out the various problems I've had over the years.
I've had numerous issues with the landline for making calls that have all been fixed with no extra cost and also was charged for transferring my number when I moved home without being told there was a cost (after weeks of complaints this was finally waived).
The broadband has always been quite slow and intermittent at times but I've always gotten by with it.
Recently they have stopped sending my quarterly bill to me and I am only finding out once I've had the overdue letter through the door. This time I received nothing at all until they have put a call bar on my landline.
This is the last straw and I would seriously reconsider if you are looking to start a contract with the post office.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    2 stars
  • Customer Service
    2 stars
Durham Post Office  
This company should be ashamed of them selves for deceiving people to join their broadband. It is absolute crap. Please please, do not make the mistake I made in joining them. I joined and it took one month to get it up and running, when it did, the speed is zero after I was lied to at the time of joining that it is a fast broadband. I gave one star because I could not leave it black. Post office broadband should be closed down. They are deceptive.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Edmonton Post Office  
Utter crap both upload and download speeds a fraction of what they advertised.phoned several times and no action by them.they need taking to court for obtaining money by false pretences.try cancelling and they try to charge £150 (extortion) all customers should band together and sue.anyone wanting to do this contact me.my speeds are less than 1mpbs.i am recording them daily for taking action against p/o pirates
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Manchester Post Office  
Ok, I have seen the reviews on here and thought I would write my own as people normally only write reviews when they are unhappy.. this isn't just broadband this is in general

this is a low cost low speed service we all know this from the get go, it is a DSL based provider and this is the left overs from talk talk's DSL as they now mainly run VIA high speed and fibre broadband..

with this being said we still expect a service that we pay for and often I see this is not the case

I think it all depends on where you live, I live in Crewe that's a very built up area with one of the best network coverage away from cities!

I changed to post office when I got rid of sky I also don't care about the lack in speed so wasn't fussed

I've had a good experience with them to be fair the speeds I get are around 6MB down and 0.50MB up via speed test . net I have had a few issues buy they got sorted fairly well ( the speeds do drop at peak times )

so if you are looking for broadband please make sure you know what you are getting into and if you do not live in a main city chances are you may run into trouble from time to time

but in the world as we all know we get what we pay for :)

I use iPlayer all out iPad etc. are linked and all seems well
:)
  • Satisfaction
    4 stars
  • Speed
    4 stars
  • Reliability
    5 stars
  • Customer Service
    4 stars
Crewe Post Office  
Absolute rubbish, don't even think about it. Rarely above 1.5 mbts download.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    3 stars
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
COALVILLE Post Office  
I have been migrated from Fuel Broadband to the Post Office and their customer service is rubbish.
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    2 stars
  • Customer Service
    2 stars
St. Asaph Post Office  
STAY AWAY A LOAD OF CRAP!!!
Router is in my livingroom cant pick up internet in anyother rooms tried ringing them and different occaisions and waiting hours for the to answers JOKES when they did the lady on the phone fixed the problem but days after tge same problem happened again started getting pissed off at this point where i said i wasnt goibg to pay the bill if they didnt sort the problem out so now they have switched the net off and have sent me to a debt collections for £20 yea thats right £20 had murder with them on the phone i would stay well away for them jokes and very rude people on the phone when u can get hold of someone .....
liverpool Post Office  
I'm absolutely disgusted with my post office service
2 weeks without internet dues to a fault on the outside of my property
9 phone calls
2 lots of waiting 72 hours for the engineer to fix the problem
Nobody has came
Every time I've called I've been fobbed off
Will they be expecting to bill to be paid in full of course they will
Costomer service is a joke!. Clear have no idea what they are doing
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    2 stars
  • Reliability
    1 star
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Darlaston, Walsall Post Office  
I joined the Post Office two months ago and realise now you get what you pay for. They gave me a 'live date' which got moved on two days without informing me therefore I was without any internet as old provider ended. Wifi drops out mostly evenings and morning (the busy times according to the P.O.) however no problems using several devices within the home re connection. The worse thing I find is getting hold of them by phone. Several times recently I've rung and no one to take my call. Will leave at the end of my 18 mth contract.
  • Satisfaction
    3 stars
  • Speed
    2 stars
  • Reliability
    3 stars
  • Customer Service
    2 stars
Salisbury Post Office  
Do not waist your money on them !!!. Terrable company to deal with. And lie to you constantly. The staff are totally us. And broadband is super slow and drops connection all the time. Save your money. Stay away
  • Satisfaction
    1 star
  • Speed
    1 star
  • Reliability
    2 stars
  • Customer Service
    1 star
Leeds Post Office  

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