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UK ISP TalkTalk Cuts Price of Unlimited “Faster Fibre Broadband” Bundles

Friday, August 18th, 2017 (8:35 am) - Score 1,336

Internet provider TalkTalk has cut the price of their up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps upload) “Faster Fibre Broadband” (FTTC) and phone line rental package back down to £25 per month for the first 18 months of service (£33.50 thereafter), which will be available to order until 14th September 2017.

New customers can expect to receive unlimited usage, free setup, included line rental, a wireless ‘Super Router’ and various other features (e.g. network-level Parental Controls and Internet Security). The ISP also claims that they can “guarantee your broadband price will remain the same for your whole contract,” although that doesn’t cover their post-contract price rise. A 76Mbps (19Mbps upload) option is also available for £30 a month.

Subscribers can also add a basic Pay TV (YouView based IPTV) box for an extra £25 (one-off) and TalkTalk’s Plus TV package, which includes various premium TV channels, can be added for an additional +£5 extra per month. Various other boosts (add-ons) are also available.

Call & Broadband Boosts
Unlimited UK Calls | £7.50 (full price)
Supersafe | £2 (full price)
International Extra | £5 £3.75 for 24 months
International Max | £10 £7.50 for 18 months
International Saver | £2.50 (full price)

TV Boots
Sky Cinema | £16 (full price)
TV Starter | £5 (full price)
Entertainment | £12 (full price)
Sky Sports | £34 (full price)
Kids Boost | £5 (full price) ; Add Kids Remote option for £5 (one off charge)
Picture Box | £5 (full price)
Boxnation Boost | £12 (full price)
Asian Boost | £7.50 (full price)

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7 Responses
  1. Avatar Jack

    Any news on IPv6? Cheers

    • Avatar baby_frogmella

      Genuinely curious to know why people have an infatuation with IPv6? On Fluidone (FTTP) I have a choice of either a static IPv4 or static IPv6. I’ve taken the option of the former and never had any sort of issue accessing ANY website or with any other internet protocol. Would love to know why using an IPv6 is considered the bees knees….

  2. Avatar bob

    I thought TT only offered 2mb upload on their 38mb fibre product?

    • Looks like they’ve increased it, which would make sense as the 40/10 tier is due to get a big price reduction from Ofcom (i.e. making it cheaper than the current 40/2 tier).

  3. Avatar Vic

    Good price if you want to endure multiple connection issues due to poor supplied router. Fine if you use a 3rd party modem/router and your service via previous provider has been good. Continually dropping the price DOES NOT improve the service. Be warned.

  4. Avatar Vic

    They started upgrading to 40/10 at least a month ago as Openreach dropped the price making it economically viable for talktalk to offer 10mbps upload on the lower tier fttc package as standard.
    Ipv6 not going to happen any time soon imo – not with the currently supplied routers which barely seem to connect let alone provide consistent service…

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