Introduction to John Lewis
John Lewis might be Britain's favourite electricals retailer
2012 according to Consumer Satisfaction Index, or your go-to place
for shopping sprees when you uncontrollably buy your favourite high
quality clothing or kitchenware. It also is a fresh new broadband
The giant has been branching out into various spheres such as
Insurance, and Internet services was another sector the company has
been eager to hit.
As with all of its products, John Lewis is concentrating on
quality when it comes to broadband. This is why customers should
not expect a price range that would be cheap as chips. Having said
that, it is also worth underlining that activating the services is
free and the price stays the same regardless of the customer's
John Lewis offers three broadband packages. They are different
because of the prices, the broadband speeds and usage
The first option is Standard Broadband, the most cost effective
package. This also includes calls and broadband speeds of roughly
16Mbps and a 20GB monthly cap. This option is perfect for light to
medium internet users.
The next option is Unlimited Broadband. This package is similar
to the previous one with mainly one difference - there is no data
cap. This means that users can browse away without any
restrictions. Similar to the previous product, Unlimited Broadband
also comes with calls.
The final package is Fibre Broadband, which is the priciest of
the lot. It comes with speeds of up to 38Mbps and a 100GB monthly
All options are available with a 12 month contract.
Why it may not be right for you
If you are on the hunt for uber cheap internet services, you
might want to look at Primus Saver or Direct Save Telecom among
others. If you prefer bundling the services and get a triple play
package (phone, broadband and digital TV) it may be worth looking
at suppliers such as BT, Sky or Virgin Media as John Lewis
currently does not provide digital TV services.