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Saturday, October 6th, 2018 (12:01 am) - Score 2,398

Internet and UK web hosting provider Freeola has launched a new limited time offer, which will give new customers three months of “totally free” broadband but only if they pay for a full year in advance. The deal appears to be available across all of their internet access services (ADSL, FTTC, FTTP and G.fast).

The T&C’s clarify that the free service promotion only applies to new connections (migrations or activations) and does not apply to line rental (phone) or to existing Freeola Broadband connections that are changing tariffs (regrading). Customers just need to choose the 12 month option during the order process (after performing an availability check).

After the first 12 months are up then you will return to being billed monthly at the normal tariff rate.

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8 Responses
  1. Avatar Kyle says:

    Trustpilot reviews look good. Any folks here, with a review or recommendation?

  2. Avatar Simon says:

    Used them for ADSL back in the day – No issues – no idea on FTTC or above – sorry

  3. Avatar Tom says:

    I’ve used them in the past for FTTC. Had no issues. Believe they use the Enta.net network

    1. Avatar Kits says:

      @ Tom I think you will find Freeola use Daisy or Talktalk they haven’t used Enta for a while.

  4. Avatar William says:

    Daisy is a isp geared around business, runs on the talk talk network.

    1. Avatar Kits says:

      Trouble with TalkTalk network is if you want to change ISP and you have phone and broadband from the same supplier it will cost you to have the phone line returned to BT. Many ISPs do not tell you they are placing you on TalkTalk so like with sky you are trapped to only TalkTalk network so if having problems nowhere else to go.

    2. Avatar Freeola says:

      Lines aren’t with TalkTalk, they are standard WLR.

  5. Avatar Kits says:

    @Freeola, That is good news recently had to explain to neighbour why they had to pay for a new line in after moving phone and broadband to an ISP that placed both with TalkTalk.

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