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Black Friday – TalkTalk Cuts 67Mbps FTTC Broadband to £21.95

Friday, Nov 15th, 2019 (10:51 am) - Score 1,638
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Last week saw UK ISP TalkTalk discount the price of their 38Mbps (average peak time speed) “Faster FibreFTTC broadband and phone bundle to £21.95 and this week they’ve decided to do exactly the same with their “Superfast Fibre” 67Mbps package, which oddly makes them both the same price for the first 18 months of service.

The new promotion is still set to run until 5th December 2019. As usual customers can expect to receive unlimited data usage, included phone line rental (standard call charges with optional free calling add-ons), a wireless router (Wi-Fi Hub), an 18 month minimum contract term 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” (excluding add-ons like calls, TV boosts etc.) and promises a 30 day guarantee, which means you can leave penalty free within the first 30 days if you’re “not fully satisfied.”

On top of that the ISP has recently made a number of commitments to pricing fairness, which from early next year should make it easier to re-contract in order to access the same deals as new customers (here).

Fast Broadband (Average of 11Mbps down / 1Mbps up)
Price: £17.95 a month for 12 months (standard cost £30)

Faster Fibre (Average of 38Mbps down / 9Mbps up)
Price: £21.95 a month for 18 months (standard cost £36)

Supefast Fibre (Average of 67Mbps down / 19Mbps up)
Price: £24.45 £21.95 a month for 18 months (standard cost £41)

We should point out that TalkTalk aren’t the first ISP to try pricing two different FTTC tiers at the same discount price, indeed it’s something that Vodafone have recently done on a few different occasions.

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By Mark Jackson
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11 Responses
  1. Avatar photo adslmax says:

    My PN 80/20 inc line only are £22.50 for 12 months (but reduced to £17.50 after my referral scheme discount)

    1. Avatar photo David says:

      But last time you posted you said you had not been billed for 12 months and long may it continue… so which line off fiction is it today?

      This deal looks good none the less – although I have never used TalkTalk but haven’t always heard good things about them on here

    2. Avatar photo dave says:

      He probably means that he would be paying £17.50 per month if Plusnet were to actually bill him and what he would be paying if they were to retroactively bill him (which OfCom regs allow them to do for up to 4 months).

      I have no idea why you think that either not being billed by Plusnet (a well known and publicised issue) or having a good deal from them (possible with most ISP’s, even the BT owned ones!) are fiction.

      It’s also just occurred to me that ‘adslmax’ might be the same ‘Max’ that some others have claimed is actually me. I think there was even a hint that ‘David’ is also me. My my, aren’t we all having fun talking to our alter-egos!

    3. Avatar photo AnotherTim says:

      Well I can confirm that Plusnet haven’t billed some people for a year – I have just received my first bill after 13 months, so I have had a >75% discount as they only charge for the last 3 months + one month in advance.
      Now I’m paying the out of contract price (it was a 12 month contract), my ADSL2+ line costs around 50% more than the TT FTTC deal. Unfortunately, TT, Vodafone, VM, Sky et al. don’t offer any broadband at all in my area, so PN is still one of the cheapest available.

    4. Avatar photo Ken Doyle says:

      Re: real adslmax – just look at the grammar 🙂

    5. Avatar photo David says:

      Dave no I’m not you. I’m a woman for starters I just use my husbands name. But I am aware of the history of ADSLMax aka Phil from Telford and a lot of what he says is fiction.

      What he said and what he implyed are always light years apart. Also he has a certain way of coming across no matter what name can always tell its the same person

      Anyway this deal is still good in my view

  2. Avatar photo dave says:

    @Ken Doyle

    Are you trying to say that myself and adslmax have a similar approach to grammar?

    1. Avatar photo Ken Doyle says:

      No! I was simply pointing out that its a doddle to spot adslmax irrespective of his aliases, based on his grammar. He’s only posted once, the very first post 🙂

    2. Avatar photo dave says:

      I can’t figure out why some people think I’m Max.

      Several people in several different threads have accused me as such.

      Unless of course, those several people are actually all the same person. That would make a lot of sense!

  3. Avatar photo Mark says:

    I wouldn’t use TalkTalk again if their next cheapest rival was £40 a month dearer! Absolute shocking experience!

  4. Avatar photo ntscuser says:

    I clicked on the “Supefast Fibre” link above and it said it was £24.95

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