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Post Office completes acquisition of Fuel Broadband

01 August 2017

Post Office Telecoms has now completed the acquisition of Fuel Broadband and is today welcoming 60,000 new customers.

The seamless transition from Fuel Broadband - part of New Call Telecom - to the Post Office completed on 1st August, and our new customers will now be able to take advantage of a range of Post Office benefits, including: Highly competitive pricing; totally unlimited broadband; and a UK-based customer contact centre.

Customers will be able to access a variety of ‘compelling’ telecoms products which include unlimited ADSL broadband (up to 17Mbps), unlimited fibre broadband (up to 38Mbps or 76Mbps) and voice-only home phone.

A Post Office spokesperson added that the company would continue to invest in its customer service teams in Preston, Lancashire and Selkirk, Scotland to ‘enhance our customer experience’.

Meredith Sharples, Director of Telecoms at Post Office, said: “We are delighted to welcome more than 60,000 new customers to the Post Office, where they can now benefit from our great service at a highly competitive prices.The acquisition demonstrates our commitment to further growth in the telecoms business.

“With our unique insight and understanding of UK consumers, we have been able to build a strong and relevant telecoms offer; including high speed unlimited fibre products offering speeds of up to 76Mbps and voice only home phone all at great prices.”

“Using the trusted Post Office brand as a strong foundation, we look forward to fulfilling our growth strategy and seeing our telecoms business go from strength to strength in the years to come.”