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Superfast Broadband (including line rental, genuinely fixed price TalkTalk 18 month contract) £27.00 pm. £5 pm anytime landline and mobile calls. £85 TCB. Free data/calls SIM, Caller Display, Call Divert, Call Waiting, 3-Way calls etc

£27.00 @ TalkTalk
TalkTalk are keen to boost their customer base, and they're the only company actually offering a genuinely fixed price for the whole of the contract - guaranteed no price increases on the broadband/li… Read More
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TalkTalk are keen to boost their customer base, and they're the only company actually offering a genuinely fixed price for the whole of the contract - guaranteed no price increases on the broadband/line rental.

£27 pm for unlimited fibre broadband and that includes the line rental. Another £5 pm will get you anytime calls to landlines and mobiles. And with TalkTalk you also get the following included free (pretty hefty monthly charges everywhere else):

Caller Display
Call Divert
Call Waiting
Reminder Call
Ringback
Three Way Call

There's also the option of a free SIM with free data and minutes every month:

FREE SIM with 500MB data a month

The Essential SIM can be taken with any of our packages and comes with 500MB data, unlimited texts, and 200 UK minutes for free each month. You can use this SIM in any phone and can transfer your old number over if you want to. The SIM is on a flexible 30 day contract so you can easily cancel if you want to.

£85 Topcashback to be had on top - there's no other deal on the market to touch this, or come anywhere near it.

Don't believe all the stuff you read about TalkTalk from people who haven't used it lately - it actually outperforms BT on most counts (though that isn't difficult!).

Faster Fibre Broadband (via Topcashback)

Exclusive Offer

£27 a month including line rental - no setup fee
Free Powerful Super Router
No usage caps and speeds up to 38Mb
Up to 4.5x faster than standard broadband
Price fixed for 18 month contract, other contract lengths available

Just £5 a month extra for unlimited calls to UK mobiles and landlines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call anytime of the day to UK mobiles and landlines.
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Go through Topcashback for the £85 cashback and the 18 month fixed price contract - it's a 24 month contract otherwise. And don't believe everything you read about TalkTalk - it's a lot better than you might think. Certainly better than BT and Plusnet.

This really is a fixed-price deal for 18 months - no other company will guarantee its prices, and I went for this because I'm fed up having to switch every couple of months just to avoid yet another price increase.

The switch from BT was simple, painless, and quick. Changing over took just a couple of minutes (just changing the router) and the internet/phone can't have been down for more than a minute or two. The speed I'm getting now from TalkTalk is no different from what BT provided, and TalkTalk are proving a whole heap easier to deal with than BT ever were!

Free Caller Display, Call Divert, Call Waiting, Reminder Call, Ringback, Three Way Call too - and a free SIM with 500mb free data and 200 free minutes every month.

That little lot would cost a small fortune every month from BT! :)

Edited By: Newbold on Mar 01, 2017 15:02: Updated
2 Likes #2
Shame talk talk throttle back to 38mb to try and get people to pay a premium for the up to max 76mb speed that FTTC is capable of. Ok if ur line is under 38mb speed maximum, but BT go to 52mb
1 Like #3
jase.2
Shame talk talk throttle back to 38mb to try and get people to pay a premium for the up to max 76mb speed that FTTC is capable of. Ok if ur line is under 38mb speed maximum, but BT go to 52mb
They do indeed - but that 52mb is theoretical in many cases because of the distance from the exchange/cabinet. Most people won't see any difference between BT and TalkTalk - except that TalkTalk a lot cheaper and includes a lot of services for free that BT charge for.
1 Like #4
'Talktalk' and 'Superfast' should not be used in the same sentence!
#5
Newbold
jase.2
Shame talk talk throttle back to 38mb to try and get people to pay a premium for the up to max 76mb speed that FTTC is capable of. Ok if ur line is under 38mb speed maximum, but BT go to 52mb
They do indeed - but that 52mb is theoretical in many cases because of the distance from the exchange/cabinet. Most people won't see any difference between BT and TalkTalk - except that TalkTalk a lot cheaper and includes a lot of services for free that BT charge for.

Yep and i reckon most people can get more than 52mb = talk talk might be cheaper but its also slower :-) at a time when lots of people just want the fastest speed possible
1 Like #6
AstalaVista
'Talktalk' and 'Superfast' should not be used in the same sentence!
For most people it's much the same speed as BT - it's fashionable to knock TalkTalk but most of its customers are entirely happy with it. It actually gets much better customer service reviews than BT!
1 Like #7
Cold due to being TalkTalk :)

I am sure some people maybe get on ok, but two members of family recently had real issues with TalkTalk - one with dreadful internet speeds, dropping out etc even though they had fibre. The other were elderly relatives who were basically missold a product and then threatened to stick with that product or be cut off and lose the phone number they have had for 30 years. They are now talking to Ofcom about their options. Top customer service!
3 Likes #8
I am currently a talk talk customer, I have fast fibre, but the router is slightly up and down, but for me the customer service is a disgrace, avoid like the plague, I shall be moving once my contract is up
3 Likes #9
I hate talk talk. Worse company ever to have used. Avoid like the plague!
#10
if they really wanted to "expand their customer base" they would have installed equipment in more exchanges rather than kick thousands of customers over to fleur telecom.
1 Like #11
Newbold
And don't believe everything you read about TalkTalk

Including this post? ;)
1 Like #12
Reads to me like newbold is an employee of Talk Talk
#13
Wouldn't trust them to keep my details private from hackers so no thanks talktalk.
#14
It's Talk Talk! Cold!
1 Like #15
busterpug
Reads to me like newbold is an employee of Talk Talk
Yeah - that's why I've posted so many deals for other ISPs. :D
TalkTalk has a reputational problem - and as a result it's now offering deals like this which are an absolute no brainer for a lot of people. No skin off my nose whether you take it or leave it but this deal beats any other deal on the market - find me a better one. That's a challenge. ;)
#16
There’s a TV package with 80 Freeview channels for the same price (£25. For the box) But it doesn’t say you get the same calling features, i.e. Caller Display, Call Divert, Call Waiting, Reminder Call, Ringback, Three Way Call?
Regardless of past TalkTalk rep this seems like a GOOD deal. Heat added.


Also:
TV Plus with Fast Broadband
Exclusive Offer
£30.95 a month
For 12 months, includes line rental, £25 TV box cost applies
TalkTalk TV Plus box – Pause, rewind & record up to 180 hours of TV
Add & remove channels, including Sky Sports & Sky Cinema, on a flexible 1 month contract
Fixed price for your 12 month broadband plan, other contract lengths available
30+ entertainment channels including Sky 1, Fox & History
#17
I am with talk talk already and like other comments about confidentiality I wouldn't trust them. I have this werid situation where the broadband plays up and minutes later get a scam call, they know my name I'm with talk talk and I'm having problems, makes me think it's an inside job.
1 Like #18
Have been a talk talk customer for 10 months,
Nothing but problems internet constantly cuts out phone line is awful. Love spending my weekend talking to customer service in Malaysia. Will never use again once my contract is up.
#19
Anyone know why it shows £28.50 when in your cart? I can't find an explanation for the extra £1.50 anywhere (and even TopCashback and the TalkTalk website itself says it should be £27).

EDIT: Looks like a glitch with Chrome, worked fine with Firefox.

Edited By: Enverex on Mar 02, 2017 16:19: Update.
#20
Qwerty123765
Have been a talk talk customer for 10 months,
Nothing but problems internet constantly cuts out phone line is awful. Love spending my weekend talking to customer service in Malaysia. Will never use again once my contract is up.

jesus that sounds like a massive **** on, i was **** when my mother switched to talk tlk without consulting me, it never even worked from the get go, so we had to cancel that then go back to sky which meant we got locked into a 12/18 month contract or however long it was
#21
Enverex
Anyone know why it shows £28.50 when in your cart? I can't find an explanation for the extra £1.50 anywhere (and even TopCashback and the TalkTalk website itself says it should be £27).
That's odd - just checked it and it's still showing £27 in my cart. Maybe use a different browser, clear of all cookies?
#22
TT have been excellent so far. Took a few days for the line to sync to max speed, but I'm now getting 76Mbps (with the £5 boost).

This is a good deal. When you factor in the line rental, and the features you get with it for free like caller ID display, this is a great saving. Especially if the cash back lands. Mine was £110 with quidco.
#23
BT prices for Calling Features:

Single Feature £4.25
2 – 4 Features £8.50
5+ Features £11.50


Call Waiting: Someone else calling when you're already on a call? Now you can manage both calls easily
Call Diversion: Divert your incoming calls to another landline or mobile number
Three-way Calling: Have a phone call with two other people. Works with international calls too
Ring Back: Just dialled an engaged number? Dial '5' and Ring Back will call you when the number's free
Reminder Call: Turn your phone into an alarm clock
Call Barring: Take control of what types of calls people can make from your phone

The whole lot for free with TalkTalk. Mine's always proved faultless, likewise for thousands of other happy customers, but the TalkTalk knockers always like to rubbish it because it's what they do.

Give it a try. If it doesn't deliver what it promises you can always get out of the contract.
#24
The main difference is no line rental on TalkTalk. That's taken my bill from £47.50p/m with BT to to £27 with TalkTalk (especially as I don't even use the landline for phone).
#25
Enverex
The main difference is no line rental on TalkTalk. That's taken my bill from £47.50p/m with BT to to £27 with TalkTalk (especially as I don't even use the landline for phone).
Likewise - and BT charge £8.50pm for anytime calls (which don't even include mobiles), whereas it's just £5 with TalkTalk including mobiles. BT customers have no idea how much they're being ripped off by comparison.
#26
With the extras offered with this deal, £5. Call package including calls to mobiles, call divert, three way calling. A mobile sim with 200 free mins, Saving £4 a month not including the cashback on my current Plusnet deal, I’ve taken a chance on this. And
a neighbour is with Talk Talk and has had no problems in over a year of use.


Thanks OP
#27
You're more than welcome, Geemac - and you're one of a select few to spot what good value this actually represents with all the extras thrown in.

It was always going to go cold (TalkTalk always does) but who cares - a deal's a deal. :D

A few people have picked up on this, which is good, and I'm chuffed to have got all those expensive extras, which I was never prepared to pay for, for nothing. And not having to waste time every few weeks looking for a new ISP after a price increase is good too.

Hope you're happy with TalkTalk - I've used them before and never had any issues with them. An awful lot easier to deal with than BT too, and I like the dashboard that allows you to play around with services too.
#28
TalkTalk get stick, but I was with them before I switched to BT and also never had any issues.

The main thing is that lots of problems people have are due to the line, not the provider, so switching to someone else won't help in the slightest (I used to work for an ISP and remember the futile line-issue "I'll move to someone else!" calls).

The only issue with this deal is the 40Mb package is only 2Mb upstream, which is really bad. Hopefully it won't be too much of a problem, but is far from ideal. Taking the 76Mb package just for the upstream boost isn't good value for those of us who can't get more than 40Mb down in the first place (e.g. I'd be paying extra just to gain 4Mb upstream and nothing else).
#29
Enverex
TalkTalk get stick, but I was with them before I switched to BT and also never had any issues.
The main thing is that lots of problems people have are due to the line, not the provider, so switching to someone else won't help in the slightest (I used to work for an ISP and remember the futile line-issue "I'll move to someone else!" calls).
The only issue with this deal is the 40Mb package is only 2Mb upstream, which is really bad. Hopefully it won't be too much of a problem, but is far from ideal. Taking the 76Mb package just for the upstream boost isn't good value for those of us who can't get more than 40Mb down in the first place (e.g. I'd be paying extra just to gain 4Mb upstream and nothing else).
Good point about the line - could well account for a lot of the complaints. TalkTalk's only as good as the line it uses - like any other ISP.

The 2mb upstream is slow - the same as the lower of the two Plusnet fibre packages. Can't say I've noticed any difference in day to day use but it would impact if you needed to upload very large amounts of data for some reason. I was getting 9.5 with BT, though it dropped of late to 6.5, and 9.5 even with SSE. SSE had problems with the DL speed, so ditched that contract penalty-free, and BT shoved the prices up so ditched that one as well, penalty-free.
#30
Update:

Just had a call from Talk Talk Indian call centre lady? Saying there is a problem with my order, and they need to cancel it. She said she would then redo the order over the phone. I think not. Just tried to log in to my Talk Talk account and this:

We are currently experiencing technical issues with My Account.
We are working hard to fix the problem and the service will be available again soon.
Looks like I won’t be taking this deal after all.

Just had a look at reordering and now they want to ADD a £60. Setup fee (_;)


Edited By: Geemac on Mar 03, 2017 11:18: more info
#31
Well after BT annoying me an lying to me for th epast 12 months, I stupidly went for an attempt at talk talk again. (the last time i'd cancelled the order before they had even connected me) Now i have slow speeds, their website speedtest claims i have 36mbps, yet an independent one shows 8mbps taken immediately after.

They have a 20 day "cooling off period" but that starts from the day they accept your order, and your connection date is (id guess) normally 12-15 days later, giving you 5-8 days to cancel the contract.

I am phoning them tomorrow, as live chat was really busy tonight and had no joy getting through to someone in over an hour. I'm sure i'll be told to give it a few days for the speed to settle down and the usual crap, taking me past the end of the cooling off period. As it stands the phone call will be to cancel the contract.

Bloody annoying only having three choices. Not going back to BT, as i still have a case open with the ombudsman, so that leaves Plusnet. (who i know i should have went with again)
#32
mac9091
Well after BT annoying me an lying to me for th epast 12 months, I stupidly went for an attempt at talk talk again. (the last time i'd cancelled the order before they had even connected me) Now i have slow speeds, their website speedtest claims i have 36mbps, yet an independent one shows 8mbps taken immediately after.
They have a 20 day "cooling off period" but that starts from the day they accept your order, and your connection date is (id guess) normally 12-15 days later, giving you 5-8 days to cancel the contract.
I am phoning them tomorrow, as live chat was really busy tonight and had no joy getting through to someone in over an hour. I'm sure i'll be told to give it a few days for the speed to settle down and the usual crap, taking me past the end of the cooling off period. As it stands the phone call will be to cancel the contract.
Bloody annoying only having three choices. Not going back to BT, as i still have a case open with the ombudsman, so that leaves Plusnet. (who i know i should have went with again)
Are you sure it's not you line that's the problem? I've used BT, Plusnet and TalkTalk - all without problem. All much the same speed (BT slightly faster), all equally reliable, poorer customer service with BT and Plusnet than TalkTalk, but TalkTalk much the cheapest of the three at the moment.
#33
Not the line. Was getting 52mbps D/L and 9.5mb U/L 2 days ago. Now getting 8-15mb D/L and 0.3 U/L.

The issue is the upload speed, as i've had a slower D/L speed at my last house but the U/L was better, the kids been doing my nut in as he keeps getting kicked from online games, so hes complaing :(
#34
That sounds like you've gone from Fibre to normal ADSL again, I'd make sure you're on the right package (although technically a VDSL modem shouldn't work on an ADSL line).
#35
Enverex
The main difference is no line rental on TalkTalk. That's taken my bill from £47.50p/m with BT to to £27 with TalkTalk (especially as I don't even use the landline for phone).
Nonsense line rental is just in the whole price! My BT is £31.50 for fibre and that includes line rental and BT Sport! Wouldn't use talk talk for a long time! Not that i had problems wit them but they don't use uk call centres they just don't know whats going on! At least with BT the service just works! And never had any problems so everyone has different experiences

Edited By: Anon32 on Mar 06, 2017 15:56
#36
Then you're not on Fibre. BT Line Rental is £18.99p/m and their fibre broadband is quite a bit. I've just checked their website and, excluding the introductory offer, it states "Price after 12 months: £47.49".
#37
Another update: Received a call Saturday evening, again to help me setup my account. Told them again I will NOT give bank details over the phone. Asked me to try online again, told them about the £60 setup fee. Was told to try a different email, this cleared the £60 fee, and the new order went though. Had a phone call yesterday morning confirming all was fine. Said they would call me today to confirm all was still OK. Received a text giving my go live date 20th March and the promised phone call confirming this.

So fingers crossed everything will work out OK.
#38
As an existing Sky customer I took the plunge and ordered, couldn't find a cheaper package including phone calls and unlimited fibre broadband. Sky wouldn't match.
#39
Is £5 a month anytime and mobile a special deal I am paying £7.50 and that is what the price is in my boosts page
#40
marktq1
Is £5 a month anytime and mobile a special deal I am paying £7.50 and that is what the price is in my boosts page
Probably - though you might be able to negotiate something with them. The £5 is part of this deal (along with all the free add-ons) and the normal rate is £7.50.

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