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ISP TalkTalk Discounts 67Mbps FTTC UK Broadband Price to £23.50

Friday, August 23rd, 2019 (8:40 am) - Score 1,477
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Budget ISP TalkTalk appears to have responded to Vodafone’s recent promotion by discounting the cost of their Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) based “Faster Fibre with Speed Boost” (67Mbps average) broadband and phone bundle to just £23.50 per month. Confusingly this makes it the same price as their slower 38Mbps plan.

As usual this price, which looks like it will remain available to order until 26th September 2019, is only for new customers and they can expect to receive the usual array of unlimited data usage, free setup, included phone line rental (standard call charges), a wireless router (Wi-Fi Hub) and various other features (e.g. network-level Parental Controls, nuisance call blocking and Internet Security).

We should add that it’s also possible to get the same 67Mbps package on a 12 or 24 month contract term but in both cases the discount on those terms is not as attractive at £36 per month. TalkTalk are claiming that they now offer the “UK’s lowest fixed price fibre broadband,” albeit only when compared against the “major” providers. We suspect that Vodafone and Hyperoptic, amongst others, might disagree with this.

As usual the ISP also pledges to “guarantee no mid-contract price rises on all our broadband packages” (excluding add-ons like calls, TV boosts etc.) and promises a Great Connection Guarantee, which claims you can leave penalty free within the first 30 days if you’re “not fully satisfied.”

Faster Fibre (Average of 38Mbps down / 9Mbps up)
Price: £23.50 a month for 18 months (standard cost £36)

Faster Fibre with Speed Boost (Average of 67Mbps down / 19Mbps up)
Price: £23.50 a month for 18 months (standard cost £41)

One oddity is TalkTalk’s ‘Faster Fibre’ package still claiming to offer an average peak time speed of 38Mbps, which is the same as the old top 10% of fastest lines figure for the same service. Ofcom’s own direct line testing (here) suggested that a figure of around 34Mbps may be more accurate but their sample size was small.

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Florian Ralf

    I think the advent of 5G and expanding Virgin has spurred them ob the get customers in now, locked into 12 month minimum contracts.

  2. Avatar Richard

    Thanks for the heads up on 3.
    Part way through my contract and TalkTalk have given me this offer.

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