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Friday, February 12th, 2016 (10:09 am) - Score 617
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Internet provider TalkTalk are continuing to try and win back the trust of subscribers and today’s effort involves offering both new and existing customers of their SimplyBroadband and Essentials TV bundles a free Mobile SIM worth £90 (100 minutes, 250 texts and 200MB of data).

The Mobile Tariff is the same one that TalkTalk currently bundles alongside their premium Plus TV package for no extra cost or ongoing commitment, although the difference is that it’s now being made available to their entry-level packages too.

TalkTalk are also offering 50% off for the entire length of the 12 month contract on their Small SIM-only plan. The Small plan will be £3.95 and include unlimited texts, 250 minutes and 300MB data. The Medium SIM-only plan is available for £5.50 from 16-25th February and it includes unlimited texts, 500 minutes and 1.05GB data.

The ISPs mobile division has also made seven of their most popular handsets free for the first six months including, the Motorola X Force and the Samsung GALAXY A5. On top of that customers can get £10 a month off the Samsung GALAXY S6 Edge for the life of their contract, starting from £27.50 a month.

All of the above deals are exclusive to anyone who takes TalkTalk’s broadband service. TalkTalk Mobile also gives customers free unlimited calls to TalkTalk landlines, which is a nice bonus.

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Captain.Cretin

    People were saying they wouldnt use TT even if you paid them to, now we will see if that is true.

  2. Avatar asylum_seeker

    Well nothing wrong with my TalkTalk FTTC connection, as shown here:
    http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/07b4d36b37d14c596f6e4b0b129ab724.html

    Both of my neighbours are with Zen broadband (so called ‘niche’ ISP) and get heavy packet loss & low speeds in evenings (from 75mb/s to 20mb/s) and Zen say there is diddly squat they can do to fix this, when there is clearly congestion. No prizes for guessing where they will be migrating their FTTC service to, & it ain’t with a BT based ISP!!

  3. Avatar Captain.Cretin

    [sigh]

    How many times??

    You need a good ISP when THINGS GO WRONG.

    Given a line fault, and a choice between Zen and TT, I know which I would choose.

    As for the congestion, Zen are probably correct, this is an OE problem (over subscribed cab); although having said that, something HAS been going on over at Zen for a while now; customer service is still very good, but I tried and failed to sign up with them a while back; not even the Zen ISPR rep could stir the sales team into action.

  4. Avatar asylum_seeker

    Nothing wrong with TalkTalk Business, i get 7 day top class phone support based in Warrington…oh and many of the TTB support are ex-Zen 🙂

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