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UK ISP TalkTalk Offers FTTC to New Lines and Half Price Broadband

Thursday, August 15th, 2013 (12:01 pm) - Score 1,020

Internet provider TalkTalk has advised that its “Superpowered Fibre Broadband” (FTTC) service can now be taken alongside a new phone line or migration via one engineer installation and one go live date, which follows the July 2013 trial. The ISP has also launched its new half-price offers, which slashes the cost of fibre and standard broadband.

TalkTalk originally stated that its new 6 and 12 month half price offers would go live from Monday 19th August 2013 but a spokesperson today advised us that they’ve since opted to do a “soft launch“, which has made them available a little sooner.

The move means that their entry-level Essentials (Unlimited Broadband) package, which includes a free router, free connection, unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and more, is now just £3.75 a month for the first 12 months (£7.50 thereafter). Elsewhere the premium Plus TV bundle has been dropped to £7.75 a month for 6 months (£15.50 thereafter).

The other good news is that their half price promotion also applies to the Fibre Medium (FTTC) upgrade, which normally adds download speeds of up to 38Mbps for an extra +£10 per month on top of your current package (now reduced to £5 a month for 6 months). Likewise their 76Mbps Fibre Large is also reduced from £15 to £10 (not quite half-price).

Customers will also need to take TalkTalk’s Line Rental from the equivalent of £9.50 a month or £15.40 if you choose NOT to pay 12 months in advance. There are so many different variations to these offers that it would be too tedious to list all the details here, thus we’d advise checking out their website instead.

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5 Responses
  1. Avatar Phil says:

    talktalk very poor customer service, not good!

  2. Avatar hmm says:

    Half price broadband 1/2 ass broadband service

  3. Avatar cyclope says:

    It’s not talk talk more like Stalk Stalk and there made in china firewall, If it were free i wouldn’t have Stalk Stalk as an ISP or telephone provder,

  4. Avatar FibreFred says:

    Talktalk make no margin but can offer half price broadband hmmm indeed

  5. Avatar DTMark says:

    To what extent do people think that the plethora of offers around at the moment is all about getting signups and people locked in for 18 or 24 months to give some cashflow reassurance, and later these sorts of “offers” will die away as the hit on profit margins begins to bite?

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