Everything you need to know about POP Telecom
POP Telecom are a family-owned home and business broadband provider based in Chelmsford, Essex.
They have been offering broadband for over 20 years and are one of the UK’s fastest growing telecoms providers.
They offer landline calls and mobile minutes packages as well as broadband, but no TV options.
Promising UK-based technical support and customer service teams POP Telecom say they pride themselves on delivering market leading support.
What can you get with POP Telecom?
POP Home Broadband covers around 94% of the UK population. Calls packages are offered through EE and Vodafone and are available to around 98% of the UK.
POP Telecom offer ADSL broadband with download speeds up to 17Mbps. POP Telecom home broadband offers are 18 month contracts and start at £17.99 a month.
POP’s packages come with unlimited downloads and a free wireless router.
Anytime calls are available bundled with POP’s broadband offering. You get daytime, evening and weekend calls free to 01, 02 and 03 numbers. Charges to UK mobiles are 13.75p per minute. Fair usage applies to Anytime Calls from POP Telecom of 1200 minutes per month and 59 minutes per call. If you exceed this fair usage you may see your bills go up.
POP Telecom offer four types of mobile calls deals ranging from 100 minutes and 100 texts per month for light users to unlimited calls and texts for heavier users. These are offered bundled with a free Nokia 108 or LG K4 mobile phone.
POP Telecom’s fibre broadband comes in two varieties: up to 38Mbps and up to 76Mbps.
POP Telecom offer two types of business broadband, up to 17Mbps ADSL broadband with a 40GB per month download limit, and up to 38Mbps fibre broadband with a 100GB download limit.
Why choose POP Telecom?
POP Telecom are a less well-known brand than Virgin, Sky or TalkTalk so take care to read customer reviews of their service before signing up to a deal. POP tell BroadbandDeals.co.uk that unlike many other mainstream ISPs they do not undertake traffic management (also known as ‘traffic shaping’) on their network, so you’re more likely to get stable upload and download speeds.