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Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 (1:16 pm) - Score 2,061
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Tesco has launched a new promotion that gives customers 12 months of free unlimited broadband connectivity when they buy “any device that connects to the Internet” through the supermarket chain, such as laptops, tablets (e.g. Tescos new Hudl tablet), smartphones, Smart TV’s and games consoles etc.

But of course it’s not completely free as Tesco will still require you to pay for their Phone Line Rental from £14.90 per month and there’s a £5 router deliver charge, although the router itself is still free. Otherwise all you need to do is pick one of their two packages and then add the promocode “DEVICE01” (without speech marks) during sign-up.

Tescos Broadband with Inclusive Evening and Weekend Calls
* Up to 14Mbps “Typical” download speeds (20Mbps max)
* Unlimited downloads (FUP)
* Earn Clubcard points on every bill
* Friendly UK call centre
* Inclusive Technicolor 582N Pro Wireless Router
* Inclusive UK landline evening & weekend calls (includes calls to 0845/0870)
* FREE setup (£40 if you take the 1 month contract option)
* Optional Tesco Internet Security for £2 a month
* 12 Month contract

NORMAL PRICE: £2 a month for 12 months (£6 thereafter)

An Anytime Calls option is also available but that costs an extra £4.50 per month. The above service is only available to those covered by Tesco’s unbundled (LLU) network, which is run over Vodafone’s platform (formerly C&W).

In addition, Tesco states that they will honour this promotion for valid purchases from up to 3 months prior to the date the customer signs-up. Customers must naturally have proof of purchase from Tesco of an internet-enabled device.

Existing Tesco Broadband customers who might qualify for this offer should contact 0345 30 400 30.

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8 Responses
  1. Avatar DanielM

    How can they get away with calling 100gb unlimited still? thought asa/ofcom banned it

    • Avatar Phil

      I thought that as well.

    • Avatar Wayne

      Not sure where you are picking up a FUP, as far as I can see on the Tesco Broadband website there is no FUP contained within the terms and conditions. Can’t even see the 100GB limit you are talking about.
      They perform Traffic management but that seems to be it in terms of services being limited. Maybe you are looking at a defunct page that links to this policy?

  2. Avatar wirelesspacman

    Knowing the ASA they will have concluded that it is ok as most of it is unlimited! 🙂

    • Avatar Roberto

      NO they will not the ASA ruled against BE at the beginning of the year when they threatened to cut of a couple of people downloading hundreds of gigs of data but still calling their product unlimited. So services that have a 100gig limit (if this does) will be in hot water should anyone complain.

  3. Avatar hmm

    useless service tesco mobile dns server are crap had to replace a friends dns with google dns to get the internet working

  4. Avatar Anon

    Hmm,
    we are on Market 1 exchange and have already prepaid the line rental to another ISP.
    Can we still have ‘free’ BB ?
    Regards,
    M

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