Existing AOL Customers - AOL Silver Broadband For £6.99, Speed Upto 8mb, Unlimited Download Limit + Free Wireless Router + Free Aol Talk Unlimited Calls to 01,02,03 Numbers - HotUKDeals
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Call Aol on 0800 2006254, tell them your an existing customer and you know of people being offered Aol Silver that's currently £9.99 for only £6.99 per month and you'd like the same deal, you have to sign upto a contract with them again and you also get another free Wireless Router to add to your collection or sell it!

Joining the AOL Talk Unlimited gives you free calls to the AOL Helpline should you need it and also free calls 24hrs a day, 7 Days a week to 01, 02 and 03 numbers and use Say No To 0870 for everything else!

Been with Aol for around 6 years now, had a few minor ups and downs but nothing that's enough to make me leave.

Hope this deal helps someone.

Only available to some customers dependant on their exchange.
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#1
12 month contract or 18???
#2
18 me thinks, been with Aol here for about 9 years just like OP Ups and Downs but good over all
#3
Just to point out, a good deal, but it is not unlimited. Their FUP is 20gb and some people at the moment may still be on the 60gb FUP but if you change contract they change the usage allowance.
#4
asharon
Just to point out, a good deal, but it is not unlimited. Their FUP is 20gb and some people at the moment may still be on the 60gb FUP but if you change contract they change the usage allowance.


We rang AOL about this before taking the deal, the current AOL Silver that you can sign upto online has a 20GB Usage Limit, and I think the free Laptop Deal has 40GB, the Silver Package that AOL are offering to Existing Customers at £6.99 has no Download Limit and we have this in writing as it was something that bothered me, I wonder if they've stopped the capping for Existing Customers to stop them leaving?
#5
the badger
12 month contract or 18???


Evilbones
18 me thinks, been with Aol here for about 9 years just like OP Ups and Downs but good over all


Yeah, pretty sure it's 18mth.
#6
Does this apply to TalkTalk customers?
#7
Snugster
Does this apply to TalkTalk customers?

Talk Talk is not AOL so I doubt if it would apply even if they are both owned by the carphone warehouse.
#8
I enquired about this as also had AOL about 6 years and although I can have this deal they wont let me have it until I transfer my calls back to BT from talk talk so that AOL can transfer them away again! and beside this being a royal pain in the backside surely BT will make me sign a contract with them so I cant transfer them away again :(
#9
i have this
its a 12 month contract
#10
sorry ..apology for 4 posts edit :
plz delete 3 extras
#11
i just phoned up and she said im on the best deal already by paying 9.99 a month and she didnt know what i was talking about when i was saying about the 6.99 a month
#12
Just spoke to AOL about this via live chat on the web.


Just to give you an idea - we have been with AOL for 6 years & pay £14.99p for Silver Broadband + £25 per month to BT & get free evening & weekend UK landline calls


Total = £39.99p (we are a little in credit with BT so it's probbaly about ( £37.00p per month)


I asked AOL when my current contract expires (7mths ago i was told) My goodness how time flys!


Anyway if i was to renew my current contract they said it would be £9.99p for the 1st six months & then £14.99p for the remaining six months


I then quoated this deal


The chap told me YES it's £6.99p for life (12month contract) but you have to sign up for the phone deal to get it


So for £6.99p you get another wireless router (to sell on fleebay) AOL broadband silver with unlimited downloads + free Uk landine calls to any 01, 02 or 03 numbers 24hrs a day


I also went for the 25% discount for all calls i make to mobile phones from my land line for only 0.45p extra per month


So in summery - i will be paying £7.44p per month to AOL from October + BT line rental which i think is around £13 per month + a few Quid for the calls i make to mobiles (''say a fiver per month'')


Works out at about £25.44p per month rather than the £37.00p we are currently paying


£11.56p per month or £138.22p per year better off:thumbsup:


[SIZE="4"]FOR ME, THIS DEAL IS - [/SIZE][SIZE="5"][COLOR="Red"]HOTTER THAT A GLASS BLOWERS BACKSIDE[/COLOR][/SIZE]
banned#13
I'd re-subscribe to AOL's ADSL in a heartbeat if I thought Unlimited meant... well you know but it's very unlikely.

I've got two ISPs at the moment both on 1 month rolling contracts so if this deal turns out to be genuine I'll happily take them up on it (providing they haven't installed their equipment into my exchange by that point).
#14
bellows
i just phoned up and she said im on the best deal already by paying 9.99 a month and she didnt know what i was talking about when i was saying about the 6.99 a month


Ring Them Back and don't take no for an answer!
#15
mriceman1974
Ring Them Back and don't take no for an answer!


[SIZE="3"]Yes i 2nd the above[/SIZE]



£6.99p per month for Broadband inc free calls 24/7 to any uk 01, 02 or 03 landline number


Dont forget to ask them to add on the 25% discount to all mobiles called for 0.45p extra per month.




[COLOR="Blue"]P.S - just had my confirmation email - switch over date to this deal for me is 26/09/08[/COLOR]:thumbsup:
#16
The Cannie Buyer
[U][B][I]Just to give you an idea - we have been with AOL for 6 years & pay £14.99p for Silver Broadband + £25 per month to BT & get free evening & weekend UK landline calls



Think you are getting your figures muddles up, BT line rental is £10.50 and weelend and evening calls cost £2.70 extra or £5.95 extra for unlimited.


http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/displayCategory.do;JSESSIONID_ecommerce=LHFYBFfLM6jnwRj9PYcbjVxQhJJMRhPLj21xDCCnh47HYJnQqhp1!437915540?categoryId=CON-TOG-OPT-R1
#17
Just phoned and the best i can get is £9.99 for 6 months then £17.99 for the remaining 12 month (18 month contract) my speed will be upgraded to 7mb(ish) from my current 2mb and i will get free landline calls.

I was told i couldnt get the £6.99 as my telephone exchange isnt in an LLU area!! :x
#18
deanos
Think you are getting your figures muddles up, BT line rental is £10.50 and weelend and evening calls cost £2.70 extra or £5.95 extra for unlimited.


http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/displayCategory.do;JSESSIONID_ecommerce=LHFYBFfLM6jnwRj9PYcbjVxQhJJMRhPLj21xDCCnh47HYJnQqhp1!437915540?categoryId=CON-TOG-OPT-R1






I don't think so - i pay BT a direct Debit of £25 out of my bank account each & every month - this covers the line rental, evening & weekend calls package + extra calls i make to mobiles etc


Unless you have access to my bank account & can see my payments - how on earth do you know my figures are wrong


But thanks for pointing out the BT line rental cost is £10.50p - i will be even better off now:thumbsup:


AOL Broadband & free 24/7 uk landline calls = £6.99p
25% mobile calls discount £0.45p
BT line rental £10.50p
Approx extra calls i make to mobile etc £5.00p

= £22.94p

Saving me £14.66p per month & not the £11.56p i thought i was going to save:-D
#19
Thank you for letting us know about this deal.
Just got a similar attitude from AOL of 'Nothing better around than the £9.99 Silver package' but quoted hutukdeals and was then told ok but that it is [COLOR=magenta][COLOR=magenta]not[/COLOR][/COLOR]with a wireless router and that someone is making that up!
Have others managed to get the router or not please as I'll get back onto them if they are misinforming me...................? Surely AOL wouldn't fib - would they??:roll:
#20
Ah right your £25 includes calls.

Its not really that much of a saving for me at least,in fact it would work out more when you factor in 1471 & caller display charges, im paying

£9.99 for AOL silver
£15.45 for BT Line Rental,inc. Free 24/7 calls, 200 texts, free 1471, free caller display, 33% off mobile calls, automatic best friend saving, also got a free printer as a special offer
#21
yes see where you comming from on that
#22
I think you can only get the £6.99 deal if AOL have LLU equipment in your local exchange, thats why some peeps are getting refused, no LLU in my exchange.
#23
Just to clear this up

AOL BROARDBAND SILVER & AOL TALK PACKAGE = £6.99p PER MONTH
I have this in black & white via email confirming my new contract


YOU ALSO GET A FREE WIRELESS ROUTER & IT'S A ONLY A 12MONTH CONTRACT
I also have this this in black & white via the same email which confirms my new contract



I belive you already have to be a customer with LLU installed at your local exchange



Anyone want to buy a netgear wireless router :-D:-D i am still happy with the one they sent me 18mths ago





P.S. ................. if you can get this deal - DON'T FORGET TO GO FOR THE 25% DISCOUNT TO ALL MOBILES FOR ONLY 0.45P PER MONTH DEAL
#24
LLU ...........................Local Loop Unbundling - is the process where the incumbent operators (BT) makes its local network (the copper cables that run from customers premises to the telephone exchange) available to other companies. Operators are then able to upgrade individual lines using DSL technology to offer services such as always on high speed Internet access, direct to the customer.
#25
sounds a good deal,
been paying £9.99 for upto 8mb myself for the last year or so and been pleased with the service. usually get around 6.5mb which is fine for me

was capped a while back but that seems to have stopped for the last few months:)
#26
I currently pay £17.99 (AOL Silver) + £5.49 (AOL Talk Unlimited) + £10.50 BT line rental.

Called AOL and was told there was no such offer of £6.99 and was offered £12.99 for 12 months (saving me £10.49 per month) and free router

Thought about it, decided to go ahead with £12.99 and called back - asked again about £6.99 and was told no such offer exists; also told £9.99 is for new customers only

But after reading more recent replies on this thread I called them again - this time they were quite abrupt and insisted there was no £6.99 offer even after I quoted hotukdeals :?

Oh well - £10.49 a month is a nice saving, thanks :-D
#27
is your exchange aol llu enabled ?
#28
no idea :whistling: - how do i find out?
#29
just checked on samknows.com and yes, aol llu is enabled...
#30
Keep Trying Then M8
#31
Shame i'm a Light User, good deal though
#32
mxp
just checked on samknows.com and yes, aol llu is enabled...


i got offered the £9.99 inc free calls when i told them i was leaving for sky about a year ago.

ive been with aol for 9 years so not a new customer,maybe they have been told to offer only £12.99 now.

they did charge me £15 for my router though:whistling:
#33
The Cannie Buyer

Anyone want to buy a netgear wireless router :-D:-D i am still happy with the one they sent me 18mths ago


Unfortunately I think the routers are now Thompsons as I go one of these last year when I changed from £14.99 Silver to £9.99!!:whistling:

Anyone want to buy 2 Thompson Routers!!:whistling:

I'm Still using my Netgear DG834G from about 4 years ago free from AOL!!
#34
IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE A COPY OF THE EMAIL I RECEIVED FROM aol CONFIRMING I GOT THE BROADBAND & CALLS DEAL FOR £6.99p A MONTH - I WILL BE MORE THAN WILLING TO SCAN & FORWARD IT ONTO THEM AS PROOF & TO HELP OTHERS GET THE SMAE DEAL.


[COLOR="Red"]JUST SEND ME A PM & SAY AOL INFO (O & YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WOULD BE EXTREMLY USEFUL)[/COLOR]


Like everyone else - i saw this deal posted on here & acted on it - if 2 of us have managed to get the deal then i cant understand why others cant
#35
Just rang and was told can't have it in my area,but i can have wireless for £17.99 :x
#36
This may aslo be of interest (found on money saving expert) - it confirms others are getting the £6.99p deal as well

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=990059
#37
Just called them up and said my friend had been offered £6.99 a month, they said I couldn't get that because of the area I lived in. But they still switched me from 'pay as you go' calls to unlimited calls at no extra cost/contract! Cracking!

Voted hot - i would suggest checking on samknows.com first to see if aol is unbundled in your area, it isn't for me
#38
Not worth it if you have to sign up to AOL Talk.
#39
Abvance
Not worth it if you have to sign up to AOL Talk.


Why?...
#40
Attempt #1 - I called and the guy said "anyone can update this site so it is not valid"...

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