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The Post Office has advised broadband customers that its prices are to go up on May 1st.

Subscribers currently pay £25 a month for the Broadband Essential package, but this will go up to £27 a month.

Meanwhile, the monthly fee for the Unlimited Broadband package will go up from £28 to £29.

In addition, the Unlimited Fibre Broadband deal is being hiked from £36 a month to £37 a month, and the Unlimited Fibre Broadband Plus package will go up from £41 a month to £42 a month.

Customers have been advised that if they are signed up to a fixed broadband promotional offer, their package price will remain the same throughout the duration of their contract.

"As you can see on your bill already, the discount you receive for taking advantage of one of our promotional offers will still appear but that discount amount will be adjusted to reflect the change in prices," the Post Office said.

"You don't need to worry about this, you will continue to receive your offer at the current price you are paying."

The Post Office went on to insist that while it does not like putting up prices, it believes it still offers "great value for money" to customers.

This comes shortly after BT increased its broadband prices in January, while Sky is raising its prices on April 1st.

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