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Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015 (1:18 am) - Score 1,021
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Internet provider TalkTalk has today become the latest to launch a new batch of discounts for Christmas, which are being headlined by the offers of 18 months free unlimited broadband (up to 17Mbps) or 12 months free unlimited “Superfast Fibre Broadband” (up to 38Mbps FTTC).

The new offers will be available from later this morning and should remain available to order over the Christmas period, although as usual you’ll still need to take out TalkTalk’s Phone Line Rental for either £17.70 per month as standard or the equivalent of £15.93 per month when pre-paid for 12 months in advance.

New subscribers will receive a free wireless router (£6.75 delivery charge), a free ADSL connection (half-price £25 connection fee for Fibre), HomeSafe Internet security and Parental Controls, Talk2Go app, free calls to other TalkTalk customers and unlimited Internet usage. An 18 month contract term usually applies and tomorrow the ISP may also throw a £60 voucher into the mix (we will update once confirmed).

SimplyBroadband (up to 17Mbps)
PRICE: £0 per month for 18 months (£7.50 thereafter) + line rental

Superfast Fibre Broadband (up to 38Mbps)
PRICE: £0 per month for 12 months (£10 thereafter) + line rental

On top of that the ISP is also offering a third discount of 50% off their Essentials TV bundle, which means that homes will pay just £5 a month or £10 if you add TalkTalk’s Fibre Broadband service.

From tomorrow new TalkTalk Mobile customers are also set to make a saving as their SIM-only plans have 50% off for the full length of the 12 month contract. Packages start from £3.95 for the Small SIM plan and go up to the Large SIM plan, which offers 1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 2.1GB data for £7.75 a month for 12 months.

TalkTalk Mobile, which is exclusive to TalkTalk broadband customers, will also make six of its most popular handsets half price for 12 months including the Microsoft Lumia 550 and the Samsung GALAXY J1, which will be available from £5 a month.

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10 Responses
  1. liveinhope

    ‘Superpowered’

    How do Openreach do this? Fit a Quantum Wake Accelerator to the cabinet perhaps!

  2. Just goes to prove that TalkTalk have absolutely no need to a reduction in the FTTC wholesale rates in order to compete in the market. I just hope (for once) that Ofcom are actually paying some attention! 🙂

    • Alegeek

      It doesn’t prove that at all, it just means they will keep increasing the line rental to cater for these deals.

      We would all like to see line rental come down but that’s not going to happen whilst the product props up these offers.

    • Guess we will have to agree to differ on that one then! 🙂

      Apart from the line rental coming down bit anyway, since as you rightly point out that is how they get the money they need these days.

      My point was just that TalkTalk are kicking up a big fuss with Ofcom about how the FTTC wholesale pricing “must” come down etc etc when they clearly do not need it to come down. Even iff it did come down, TalkTalk would simply reduce their retail prices and so the only real impact would be that Openreach ended up with less money to invest in the network -and then TalkTalk would moan like crazy about that too! 🙂

  3. GNewton

    There is no such thing as a free lunch! As the article says: “you’ll still need to take out TalkTalk’s Phone Line Rental for either £17.70 per month”

  4. cyclope

    All the big ISP’s that push bundles all jack up the price of line rental & calls and other associated charges,
    This gotta have the cheapest mentality , i would sooner have quality which i have with my ISP, and i have now moved my line rental from BT because i’m sick of subsidising their TV and BB product prices

  5. Richard

    Superb offer. I’ve been with TT for two years and can’t grumble

  6. Captain.Cretin

    Another free offer.

    AH, the heady smell of desperation!

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