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ISP TalkTalk UK Drop 63Mbps FTTC Broadband and Phone to £25

Monday, June 25th, 2018 (11:01 am) - Score 4,670

Budget ISP TalkTalk has slashed the monthly price of their 63Mbps ‘Faster Fibre Large‘ (FTTC / VDSL2) unlimited superfast broadband and phone line rental package to just £25 per month for the first 18 months of service, which for the first time means they can match Vodafone. But it’s only available until 12th July 2018.

As usual all new subscribers will receive unlimited data usage, included phone line rental (standard call charges), a wireless router and various other features (e.g. network-level Parental Controls, nuisance call blocking and Internet Security). TalkTalk also pledges to “guarantee no mid-contract price rises on all our broadband packages“.

Take note that there is also a one-off £9.95 Equipment Delivery Charge on their “fibre” (FTTC) plans.

Fast Broadband (Average of 11Mbps down / 1Mbps up)
Price: £17 a month for 12 months

Faster Fibre (Average of 35Mbps down / 9Mbps up)
Price: £22.50 a month for 18 months

Faster Fibre Large (Average of 63Mbps down / 17Mbps up)
Price: £25 a month for 18 months

Extra UK calling plans and Pay TV add-ons are available at additional cost, if so desired.

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15 Responses
  1. Avatar Steve says:

    Instead of cutting the price buy some bandwidth! Try providing the service that customers pay for!

  2. Avatar Ricky Aziz says:

    Rubbish comp. Never get stated speeds. Outages every week. Scripted helpdesk usless.

  3. Avatar Darren says:

    I don’t see this on their website. Anyone else? I tried adding it and it was £27.50, a good deal still but different.

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Follow the link to ‘TalkTalk’ in the news article, it’s likely to be a promotional exclusive that might not show directly on their site but should if you follow our link. I tried it myself yesterday when checking and it did come up.

  4. Avatar John says:

    I’ve recently changed to talk talk and iam very happy with the service it does what it says on the tin no hidden extra charges. Iam saving a lot of money compared to my old isp for the sake of a few less tv channels. Satisfyed talktalk customer.

  5. Avatar Luan says:

    Rubish

  6. Avatar William George Dunbar says:

    I have experienced so many problems with TalkTalk mainly due to their server not coping and despite having 10+ Mbps broadband often am unable to access my emails. They should be investing in a greater server capability. Another complaint is not being able to read emails offline on my laptop computer.

    1. Avatar Meadmodj says:

      Talk Talk support IMAP and POP3 so use offline use should not be an issue

  7. Avatar John Crowther says:

    We have been with talk talk for 7 years and have had many problems. We are currently on our 6th Router with no improvement in the broadband outages this is the last time we will be with them. We have no kids and don’t normally stream music or films so there really is no benefit in being with them. We don’t regularly get our expected speed either.

    1. Avatar Web Dude says:

      If you’ve had many problems I am shocked you have stayed for 7 years. I assume they have offered the earth (well, low monthly fees) to keep you so long.

      While I’ve not tried them, I have previously used Freeserve ADSL (2001) and UKFSN (2002) but then switched to PN and have used others (Three, Post Office, etc) as backups.

  8. Avatar Julie Hourigan says:

    I’m lucky if I get 1.2 Mbps ,its either that or nothing.

  9. Avatar Phil says:

    I’m on TalkTalks backhaul via Uno, but there do seem to be issues in them being oversubscribed as my speeds over the last few months have been dropping (still syncing at the same speed), and I’m not paying a cheap price either, I’m paying more for a premium product, but TalkTalk aren’t supplying that.

    1. Avatar Benny says:

      Or maybe Uno haven’t bought sufficient bandwidth from Talktalk? Never had any slow downs on a talktalk based AAISP line.

  10. Avatar Richard says:

    Moved across to TalkTalk after being with AOL for ages.
    Customer Services look after me and the price is great.

  11. Avatar Mark says:

    I get the speeds but God the customer support is shocking!! My router failed and wouldn’t even turn on, their stupid script followers wanted me to try a different microfilter and try the test socket! They would NOT listen to the fact that the router itself was dead!

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