Switching broadband from Post Office Broadband

Leaving Post Office Broadband

How to switch from Post Office Broadband

If you are switching between broadband providers that don't use the same Openreach phone network (i.e. a broadband provider that is mobile, cable or fibre only), you will need to manually cancel your broadband service with Post Office Broadband.

Post Office Broadband will confirm with you the exact date that your contract will end, and the amount of the final bill. Note that if you are leaving before your minimum contract term is up then there is usually an early termination fee for ending your contract early.

To avoid being without any broadband service during the switch over period, ensure your new broadband starts on or before the date that your old service ends.

Which broadband are you switching to?

Select the broadband company to join from the list for further instructions on how to switch between broadband service providers.

About Post Office Broadband

Post Office has transferred its Broadband and Phone business to Shell Energy. With this transition, the Post Office is choosing to focus instead on its core business of delivering letters, parcels, banking services, bill payments and travel exchange money.