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BT Fibre Infinity 1 Unlimited - Up to 52mb - 12m Contract - TCB/Offer/Mastercard = 147.87 total

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£147.87 @ Topcashback
After recently missing out on the previous TCB cashback BT fibre deal, I discovered this next one lined up was even better. BT are currently running a "no activation fee" promo which takes 59.99 upfr… Read More
After recently missing out on the previous TCB cashback BT fibre deal, I discovered this next one lined up was even better. BT are currently running a "no activation fee" promo which takes 59.99 upfr…
Tonk3h Avatar8h, 14m agoFound 8 hours, 14 minutes ago14 Comments
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AVOID TCB

I got the last deal with BT and TCB refused to pay out saying they weren't the last referral- even though I went through their site and no other site.

seriously AVOID
happymanuk
Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.
I went for the referral 10.82 per month virgin deal, have to say i was shocked when the installer guy turned up and asked me where he should run the coax to for the tv box. I couldn't beleive that haven't moved to ip technology yet. So I now have a 6 tuner tivo box sitting next to the front door miles from any tv.
happymanuk
Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.

Be careful
randomandy
How did you get that?

A referral only deal (You can't post asking for referrals on the forum by the way).
happymanuk
Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.


How did you get that?
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Wilko Fibre Tip Pens 30 Pack £0.60 click & collect

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£0.60 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Pack of 30 Mixed assortment of colours Ideal for kids' activities Our 30 pack of fibre tip pens are ideal for kids' colouring, crafting and other activities. Each set comes with an assortment of co… Read More
Pack of 30 Mixed assortment of colours Ideal for kids' activities Our 30 pack of fibre tip pens are ideal for kids' colouring, crafting and other activities. Each set comes with an assortment of co…
daudiamd Avatar6d, 11h agoFound 6 days, 11 hours ago2 Comments
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guttediam
Nice find Op but OOS for me now guttediam
& wanted 4.2% Cash Back lol

https://www.topcashback.co.uk/wilkinson-plus/


Sorry, I ordered 5 packs for the students in my classes who don't have the money to buy their own
Nice find Op but OOS for me now guttediam
& wanted 4.2% Cash Back lol

https://www.topcashback.co.uk/wilkinson-plus/
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Unlimited fibre broadband with phone line £29.99pm (18 month minimum subscription) £539.82 @ First Utility

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£539.82 @ First Utility
Seems like a decent deal to me for 76mb with phone line and no setup fees or cost of router This is with First Utility, - taras Read More
Seems like a decent deal to me for 76mb with phone line and no setup fees or cost of router This is with First Utility, - taras
framewraps Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago7 Comments
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I have my gas/elec with these lot, good kwh prices, past four years. i'd go ahead with this deal but they dont seem to have anytimes mins to mobiles
gmdlogan
I get 45mb with talktalk fibre. 24pm. Only thing that's **** is their routers.

and their security....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34743185

Yeah people get hacked. But they had weak security

Edited By: daskapital on May 19, 2017 13:29
I get 45mb with talktalk fibre. 24pm. Only thing that's **** is their routers.
lol talk talk you could not pay me to use them
taras
This is with First Utility - the fibre/adsl is supplied by talk talk



oh dear. even talk talk fibre is slow so thanks for info
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Netgear R6250-100UKS Wireless Cable & Fibre Router £59.99 @ Currys

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£59.99 @ Currys
£59.99 looks good. Could be worth changing over to one if your cable company supplied mode is lacking somewhat. The range on my hubs ins't all that great, so having a scout around and spotted this one… Read More
£59.99 looks good. Could be worth changing over to one if your cable company supplied mode is lacking somewhat. The range on my hubs ins't all that great, so having a scout around and spotted this one…
NeoTrix Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago7 Comments
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Cheers :)
cbrown1979
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!
Should do. We have an old Belkin router connected to the Sky router (gives better coverage than the new one from Sky!) and there has never been an issue.
northbank1886
keep it and add BT WHOLE HOME wifi
reviews seem favourable :)

http://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/bt-whole-home-wi-fi/


better off with Google WiFi, true mesh network, plus add additional units if needed.
cbrown1979
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!


yes, I have another router attached to my sky hub for Kantar shopping panel.
keep it and add BT WHOLE HOME wifi
reviews seem favourable :)

http://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/bt-whole-home-wi-fi/
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sky rentention - 12 months. entertainment package, line rental and unlimited fibre - no set up fees. £30.74pm Total £368.88

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£368.88 @ Sky Digital
not sure if this is a particular good deal or not but just offered this. 12 months. entertainment package, line rental and unlimited fibre. not set up fees. £30.74pm. Read More
not sure if this is a particular good deal or not but just offered this. 12 months. entertainment package, line rental and unlimited fibre. not set up fees. £30.74pm.
craigsmethurst6 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago4 Comments
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adidas666
how were you offered it?? phonecall, online chat, letter or in your account??


phonecall
how were you offered it?? phonecall, online chat, letter or in your account??
As with all Sky deals, this s not for everyone, it depends how hard you are prepared to haggle, are you in your cancellation notice etc... Personally I pay £38.40 per month for everything apart from HD and BB ( Get 200MBS on Virgin for £25 per month inc line rental, again through haggling, and putting cancellation notice in) and on a rolling 30 day contract, so it mean that if say a 75% welcome back to Sky offer cam up for customers who have left in the last 12 months, i could cancel my current subscription, and within 24hrs have this offer under my account. my advise is haggle hard, don't be afraid to cancel, the welcome back to Sky offers are normally as good if not as better than what the retention team offer you. I am sure this thread will have people telling you what deals they have got, and they will all be different, that is the thing with Sky they will try and get as much out of customers as they can by say offering 25% off, to those customers are paying £80+ per month,they think it is a good deal so accept, it is those that haggle hard they have to give in and give you the best deals.
got the same for £26.20 about 2 months ago :-)
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BT Infinity 1 52mb speed upgraded to 76mb £34.99pm + £200 Mastercard £479.87

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£479.87 @ BT Broadband
BT are offering 76mb fibre speed upgrade to their 52mb Infinity 1 package. Limited time offer: £34.99pm plus £59.99 upfront cost on 12 months contract. You also receive £200 Mastercard which works ou… Read More
BT are offering 76mb fibre speed upgrade to their 52mb Infinity 1 package. Limited time offer: £34.99pm plus £59.99 upfront cost on 12 months contract. You also receive £200 Mastercard which works ou…
Undercuva Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago20 Comments
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OMG! I can't even begin to tell you how awful the customer service is and how dishonest the sales team is. Creating new orders without permission when you ask them to completely cancel your services. Wouldn't touch them every again for whatever deal they offered. Makes talktalk look like angels.

Edited By: chipsnbeanz on May 17, 2017 16:46
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mattclarkie
plus.net offering the same deal (on paper) for £30 pcm but without the cashback. I've jumped
Which way have you jumped? Plus.net or BT?
From BT to plus.net after being with BT over 6 years. For some reason the app chopped the bottom half of my comment off :(
nonooney
Do I need to pay extra for landline installation? I have no landline at the moment
Here's the info you need...

http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/8311/~/how-much-does-it-cost-to-install-a-new-bt-phone-line-or-reconnect-an-old-one%3F
Do I need to pay extra for landline installation? I have no landline at the moment
BT have the worst after sales support, I would never choose BT again.
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Fibre One Salted Caramel Bars (5 x 24g) Better Than Half Price was £2.89 now £1.39 @ Tesco

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£1.39 @ Tesco
These dwals end on Tuesday 23rd May Fibre One Salted Caramel Bars (5 x 24g) Better Than Half Price was £2.89 now £1.39 Fibre One Chocolate Fudge Brownie Bars (5 x 24g) Better Than Half Price was £2.… Read More
These dwals end on Tuesday 23rd May Fibre One Salted Caramel Bars (5 x 24g) Better Than Half Price was £2.89 now £1.39 Fibre One Chocolate Fudge Brownie Bars (5 x 24g) Better Than Half Price was £2.…
rubberbullets Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago14 Comments
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Ooooh will take a look thank u :)
Raggo_84
4 syns :) I am still yet to try them. Heard they so tiny!


I recommend the lemon drizzle ones. Well worth the syns even if they're a bit small...taste really naughty! :)
mackem1966
Heron had these a few days ago at 2 packs for a £1, about the right price for such tiny portions, £2.89 is a joke


I got some in Heron. Lemon drizzle flavour, we're really yummy but the small portion allows me a treat on my diet still :)
4 syns :) I am still yet to try them. Heard they so tiny!
confusedfashion19
kimhowgill
slimming world forums will be going nuts!!!!
Do you know How many syns they are?
They are 4 syns
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​BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls £10.65pm after c/back through Quidco- £28.99 pm (£59.99 activation) but £200 Mastercard and £80 quidco potentially £10.65 pm

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£28.99 @ BT Broadband
You have to go through Quidco to get this deal. £28.99 per month including line rental and weekend UK landline calls. Add £59.99 for activation and BT Smart Hub router. Total cost over the full year… Read More
You have to go through Quidco to get this deal. £28.99 per month including line rental and weekend UK landline calls. Add £59.99 for activation and BT Smart Hub router. Total cost over the full year…
adams2318 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago359 Comments
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frownbreaker
Quick pointer for folk who get this deal and are new to BT. Make sure you use the BT homehub for the first week or 2 if you are getting a new VDSL line provisioned or have problems on an existing line. Why? Well the tech support team use the diagnostics and data logging in the Home hub as the basis for calling out an engineer to fix the line. I had issues and they said "the line is fine" only after asking what they were doing did I realise their software assumes you are using the latest Homehub! I was using another VDSL modem so they saw no errors. I plugged in the HomeHub and they saw 50 thousand disconnections in a day and sent out an engineer! I've switched back to my other VDSL modem but its worth mentioning this.
I was just about to answer the question if I can flog my unopened BT smarthub (hopefully getting a higher price) to offset the mandatory cost of it as soon as my line is up as I want use my own router & not their crappy locked down one.
I don't have any problems on my line. Do you think i should I sell the hub or keep it?
Not sure these units are worth much second hand as they are shipped to new customers and if they go wrong they normally send you a new power brick or new unit etc as. Not sure what they sell for on ebay but its not much.
I was told to return mine after my 12 month contract completed. https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Return-BT-Home-Hub-when-cancelling-services-with-BT-after/td-p/1619838 However I think the unit belongs to you after 12m, I got conflicting info from BT. I'd get something in writing from them.
I got some old EE and Thomson ADSL2 modems from Freecycle I used the cases for home automation (ESP8266 with 433Mhz transmitter to control remote sockets) useful for lighting control, AV stuff and also automatically rebooting a router, access point, modem that is not responding. The PSU are normally good quality also so can be reused. Some units can be used as Access Points to improve WiFi range or WiFi Bridges to span spaces without wires (e.g. AP to AP no cables to provide wired internet to a room with no wired connection). Some units also take custom firmware for more options.
This person is far to clever.

Respect
BigYin99
Signed up for the £28.99 infinity 1 deal with £200 MasterCard and £70 cash back that's tracked through Quidco before the offer expired last week.

I'm currently a BT Broadband customer and current deal set to expire on 26th June, so signed up to the new deal taking a new phone line as we only use it for the broadband. The order has processed as normal so far. The retentions at BT showed no interest in offering me any kind of a deal for me to renew my contract hence going down this route
When my last contract came to an end and the deals ran out I went from £20 per month to £50 and they offered me a deal of £42 a month for a line (no inclusive calls) and VDSL. They forced me to jump to PlusNet, jumping back to BT now...
tan159
frownbreaker
Quick pointer for folk who get this deal and are new to BT. Make sure you use the BT homehub for the first week or 2 if you are getting a new VDSL line provisioned or have problems on an existing line. Why? Well the tech support team use the diagnostics and data logging in the Home hub as the basis for calling out an engineer to fix the line. I had issues and they said "the line is fine" only after asking what they were doing did I realise their software assumes you are using the latest Homehub! I was using another VDSL modem so they saw no errors. I plugged in the HomeHub and they saw 50 thousand disconnections in a day and sent out an engineer! I've switched back to my other VDSL modem but its worth mentioning this.
I was just about to answer the question if I can flog my unopened BT smarthub (hopefully getting a higher price) to offset the mandatory cost of it as soon as my line is up as I want use my own router & not their crappy locked down one.
I don't have any problems on my line. Do you think i should I sell the hub or keep it?
Not sure these units are worth much second hand as they are shipped to new customers and if they go wrong they normally send you a new power brick or new unit etc as. Not sure what they sell for on ebay but its not much.

I was told to return mine after my 12 month contract completed. https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Return-BT-Home-Hub-when-cancelling-services-with-BT-after/td-p/1619838 However I think the unit belongs to you after 12m, I got conflicting info from BT. I'd get something in writing from them.

I got some old EE and Thomson ADSL2 modems from Freecycle I used the cases for home automation (ESP8266 with 433Mhz transmitter to control remote sockets) useful for lighting control, AV stuff and also automatically rebooting a router, access point, modem that is not responding. The PSU are normally good quality also so can be reused. Some units can be used as Access Points to improve WiFi range or WiFi Bridges to span spaces without wires (e.g. AP to AP no cables to provide wired internet to a room with no wired connection). Some units also take custom firmware for more options.


Edited By: frownbreaker on May 26, 2017 14:17
Signed up for the £28.99 infinity 1 deal with £200 MasterCard and £70 cash back that's tracked through Quidco before the offer expired last week.

I'm currently a BT Broadband customer and current deal set to expire on 26th June, so signed up to the new deal taking a new phone line as we only use it for the broadband. The order has processed as normal so far. The retentions at BT showed no interest in offering me any kind of a deal for me to renew my contract hence going down this route
Not off to a great start, activation was scheduled for yesterday and surprise surprise it didn't happen.

Phoned them today and seems like the local cabinet is at max capacity, funnily enough this didn't stop them from taking my order over two weeks ago. And to cap it off they will update me in a week and not even guaranteed to be resolved, until then I'm without broadband and on a waiting list according to their ADSL checker.

Browsing around it seems I'm not the only one this has happened to with people waiting days, weeks and even months for it to be sorted out. Hope all of you don't encounter such BS!
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Fibre One 90 Calorie 5 Lemon Drizzle Squares 2 for £1.00 @ Heron Foods

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£1.00 @ Heron Foods
2 boxes of 5 Lemon drizzle squares for £1. Think they were 59p a box. Found in Oswestry branch. Read More
2 boxes of 5 Lemon drizzle squares for £1. Think they were 59p a box. Found in Oswestry branch.
LauraEve89 Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago10 Comments
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Also, the chocolate ones are nicer than the lemon imo.
Love these although only get them when on offer. Unfortunately no shops near me but hot all the same
Taste too kinda rubbery for cake
Great price - normally extremely expensive so only ever buy on offer!
Had these in the Northfield store last Friday too.
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Plusnet Fibre Broadband 38Mb Unlimited £25.00/month and £50 cashback

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£25.00 @ Plusnet
Unlimited Fibre broadband from plusnet is 25 per month if you pay monthly or around 22.50 if you pay line rental upfront, if you factor in the 50 quid cashback they are offering you'll get it for arou… Read More
Unlimited Fibre broadband from plusnet is 25 per month if you pay monthly or around 22.50 if you pay line rental upfront, if you factor in the 50 quid cashback they are offering you'll get it for arou…
tashwat Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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BT (owns Plusnet) now offers the 52MB VDSL profile as standard, cold.
huntingdeals1
why cold? doesn't sound too bad.

Like listening to Mozart in the Antarctic?
why cold? doesn't sound too bad.
Rubbish company, no customer service
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BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls all for £13.15pm after c/back - £28.99 pm (£59.99 fees cover activation + Smart Hub router) but £150 Mastercard and £100 TCB reduces potentially to £13.15 pm

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£28.99 @ BT Broadband
Another extremely well priced deal (new customers only) from BT for a 12 month contract - just £13.15 per month (after cashback) and that includes unlimited 'superfast' fibre broadband, line rental an… Read More
Another extremely well priced deal (new customers only) from BT for a 12 month contract - just £13.15 per month (after cashback) and that includes unlimited 'superfast' fibre broadband, line rental an…
Newbold Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago64 Comments
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The offer I took was £100 cash back via quidco which paid out on Sunday and a £200 voucher whic is due to arrive by the 30th may fingers crossed. I'm going to try the online chat today to double check it is definately coming
I went for a £150 card + £50 cashback - online said nothing eligible - eventually on querying promised the £150 card - still trying to get the cashback - they say I am ineligible. Lots of people seem to have this problem - BEWARE BT.
tricia31
Has anyone had the prepaid gift card yet ?


I've had to go through customer services to get them to send the card to me, as the option didn't appear in the account options online.

Anyway...after a discussion on live chat, I then get a text message saying that a card worth £125 would be sent immediately and received within 30 days.

Am I going crazy or was the offer definitely for £150?
Has anyone had the prepaid gift card yet ?
With the money from the card.. How can I use them? I can pay anithyng I what? Or only BT services etc.I can withdrawal the money from the card and close it?
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52mb BT Unlimited Infinity 1 Fibre Broadband + Weekend Calls + Line Rental (12 months) - £413.87 with £125 reward card + £120 Quidco = £168.87 (effectively £14.07/m)

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£413.87 @ BT Broadband
Resubmitted with correct cashback... I've just switched to BT and their switching and broadband services have been very good. With a reward card of £125 and £120 Quidco, it makes great sense to Read More
Resubmitted with correct cashback... I've just switched to BT and their switching and broadband services have been very good. With a reward card of £125 and £120 Quidco, it makes great sense to
BubaMan Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago63 Comments
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avid.fan
My experience has gone bad to worse...stilla cease order on my line according to Sky, no orders on there according to BT.

BT actually transferred me to Openreach so they could identify who placed the order, and was immediately told my Openreach that they are unable, under regulations, to provide ANY details to the actual account holders! Currently banging head against a wall.


Sounds awful, if you need to find an alternative provider check out my post http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/virgin-media-150mbps-internet-only-23-25-p-m-12-months-279-no-phone-line-required-2659138 . I started the post for internet only but if you read through the comments, some people have found some incredible deals at Virgin.
My experience has gone bad to worse...stilla cease order on my line according to Sky, no orders on there according to BT.

BT actually transferred me to Openreach so they could identify who placed the order, and was immediately told my Openreach that they are unable, under regulations, to provide ANY details to the actual account holders! Currently banging head against a wall.
Anyone knows how long after the service activation is the quidco cashback paid?
dush_yant
Weirdy
I got this yesterday.
12 Month BT Infinity 1 Fibre Unlimited, Was £29.50 minus £155 Quidco cashback (already tracking), £125 Reward card from BT = £6.16pm + £70 setup/install = £11.99
Im happy enough assuming everything goes to plan.
Got similar yesterday. And found out the reward got increased to £150 today..... not worth cancelling and reordering though for an extra £15 as it may cause a cease order to be put on the line like avid.fan commented?

avid.fan
dush_yant
Weirdy
I got this yesterday.
12 Month BT Infinity 1 Fibre Unlimited, Was £29.50 minus £155 Quidco cashback (already tracking), £125 Reward card from BT = £6.16pm + £70 setup/install = £11.99
Im happy enough assuming everything goes to plan.
Got similar yesterday. And found out the reward got increased to £150 today..... not worth cancelling and reordering though for an extra £15 as it may cause a cease order to be put on the line like avid.fan commented?
No, don't go there...annoying thing for me is that BT made the cock up, I didn't cancel. I spoke to both Sky and BT today...BT says order was cancelled last week...Sky says order is still there. I'm stuck in the middle and can do nothing to shift it :(


I think the monthly cost went up too so we got the better deal I think....
dush_yant
Weirdy
I got this yesterday.
12 Month BT Infinity 1 Fibre Unlimited, Was £29.50 minus £155 Quidco cashback (already tracking), £125 Reward card from BT = £6.16pm + £70 setup/install = £11.99
Im happy enough assuming everything goes to plan.
Got similar yesterday. And found out the reward got increased to £150 today..... not worth cancelling and reordering though for an extra £15 as it may cause a cease order to be put on the line like avid.fan commented?

No, don't go there...annoying thing for me is that BT made the cock up, I didn't cancel. I spoke to both Sky and BT today...BT says order was cancelled last week...Sky says order is still there. I'm stuck in the middle and can do nothing to shift it :(
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Atkins Chocolate Brownie and Chocolate Mint Bars £0.50 @ ASDA Instore

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£0.50 @ Asda
Really tasty low sugar and carbs Chocolate bars. High in protein and fibre. Chocolate Brownie 18g protein 9.4g fibre 1.1g sugars Chocolate Mint: 15g protein 8.8g fibre 2g sugars Read More
Really tasty low sugar and carbs Chocolate bars. High in protein and fibre. Chocolate Brownie 18g protein 9.4g fibre 1.1g sugars Chocolate Mint: 15g protein 8.8g fibre 2g sugars
551625 Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago3 Comments
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focusdriver
Which aisle will I find these in. ?

Where the supplements are. Or just ask a member of staff for them.
focusdriver
Which aisle will I find these in. ?


Good question. Atkins next to shower gel at mine. Other 'health' and diet foods also on the aisle so not quite as daft as it sounds but it did take a while for me to find it when it was being offered free on a cashback site!
Which aisle will I find these in. ?
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vodafone fibre connection fee only a pound in-store and online EXTENDED till 2/5/201.007!

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£1.00 @ Vodafone
vodafone are currently running a promotion till the 11th April 2017 for their fibre broadband the fibre connection fee is only a pound instead of 49 pound! very good price since a lot of providers cha… Read More
vodafone are currently running a promotion till the 11th April 2017 for their fibre broadband the fibre connection fee is only a pound instead of 49 pound! very good price since a lot of providers cha…
DSB690 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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are they offer changable ip after each restart of modem?
matth5182
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.
What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.
On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.
As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.
These seem to be the main problems and the reason I cancelled the order:
1. A Laptop connected on the Wifi 5Ghz channel cannot see a Server connected by LAN Cable, if you disable the 5ghz band you can see the server fine but it reduces the functionality of the router.
2. You cannot connect to a device via port forwarding using the external router IP from within the network. however you can access the device from outside the network.
As for you being able to screen mirror I think that uses WiFi direct and you may have your phone connected to the router but not on the 5ghz network so it is successful albeit at a slower speed than the router is capable of.
I'd heard that the connection is not particularly stable as you confirm and the forums are full of horror stories about the lack of customer service and over billing so I cancelled.
http://www.broadband.co.uk/help/broadband-consumer-advice/
nublets2k
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.
What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.
On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.
As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.


Looks like it's been an issue for over a year. https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Pay-monthly-products-services/Vodafone-Home-Broadband-Vodafone-Connect/td-p/2434899


yeah, I would have expected a firmware update to resolve by now considering they point blank refuse to give you your log on so you can use your own router
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.
What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.
On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.
As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.


Looks like it's been an issue for over a year. https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Pay-monthly-products-services/Vodafone-Home-Broadband-Vodafone-Connect/td-p/2434899
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.

What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.

On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.

As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.


These problems put me off:
1. A Laptop connected on the Wifi 5Ghz channel cannot see a Server connected by LAN Cable, if you disable the 5ghz band you can see the server fine but it reduces the functionality of the router.

2. you cannot connect to a device via port forwarding using the external router IP from within the network. however you can access the device from outside the network.
poor speeds and dropouts
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sky fibre + sky q 1tb + boxsets bundle, £23.35 - instore currys pc world

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Currently at currys you can get large fibre (38mbs) sky q and its boxest bundle, 300+ channels, for £23.35 a month (including line rental) rather than the usual £46 Discounted price, £75 usual price, Read More
Currently at currys you can get large fibre (38mbs) sky q and its boxest bundle, 300+ channels, for £23.35 a month (including line rental) rather than the usual £46 Discounted price, £75 usual price,
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still available ?
Currys system only offered adsl and said no fibre is available... while I'm currently on BT fibre and sky's website also says they provide fibre to my property
kathwhitt
Rich069
good price if unlimited fibre, cold if not.

BROADBAND
CONTRACT LENGTH
18 months
ADVERTISED DOWNLOAD / UPLOAD SPEED
up to 76 Mbps / up to 19 Mbps
MONTHLY USAGE
Unlimited
HARDWARE
Sky Q 1TB Box
PRICE SHOWN IS MINUS VAT BUT OFFER IS FOR THE FULL 18 MONTH


why are you repeating everything already said except that the price does not include vat?
kathwhitt
Rich069
good price if unlimited fibre, cold if not.
BROADBAND
CONTRACT LENGTH
18 months
ADVERTISED DOWNLOAD / UPLOAD SPEED
up to 76 Mbps / up to 19 Mbps
MONTHLY USAGE
Unlimited
HARDWARE
Sky Q 1TB Box
PRICE SHOWN IS MINUS VAT BUT OFFER IS FOR THE FULL 18 MONTH

How much and are both fibre and Tv discounted for full contract on that deal?
Rich069
good price if unlimited fibre, cold if not.

BROADBAND
CONTRACT LENGTH
18 months
ADVERTISED DOWNLOAD / UPLOAD SPEED
up to 76 Mbps / up to 19 Mbps
MONTHLY USAGE
Unlimited
HARDWARE
Sky Q 1TB Box
PRICE SHOWN IS MINUS VAT BUT OFFER IS FOR THE FULL 18 MONTH
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(currys) Sky Q Box Sets and fibre broadband (25gig cap) £25 upfront £13.35 p/m 18 months Total £265.30

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Just ordered today from CurrysPCWorld after seeing all the other deals I popped into my local branch. They then gave me this deal Sky Q Box Sets 25gig capped fibre broadband for £13.35 per month!!!… Read More
Just ordered today from CurrysPCWorld after seeing all the other deals I popped into my local branch. They then gave me this deal Sky Q Box Sets 25gig capped fibre broadband for £13.35 per month!!!…
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£199 up front on my offers page.

Phone them, just say bluntly if it's £60 up front cost for 2TB & 1 Mini I will order it now. Worked for me, my online offer was same as yours.

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just now
#14
thanks for that, just got 2TB box and mini box for £60
thanks for that, just got 2TB box and mini box for £60 :):)
666bandit666
gr1340
I contacted BT the other week to find out my average usage per month (even though I am on unlimited, I just wanted to know).
467gb per month.
I'll pass on this.

That's a lot of tissues!!


Tell me about it. I shed tears at toy story 3 when they are all about to be incinerated.
gr1340
I contacted BT the other week to find out my average usage per month (even though I am on unlimited, I just wanted to know).
467gb per month.
I'll pass on this.

That's a lot of tissues!!
I contacted BT the other week to find out my average usage per month (even though I am on unlimited, I just wanted to know).
467gb per month.
I'll pass on this.
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Amazing Sky Deals - Boxsets with unlimited Fibre £23.35 - £34.95 upfront - 18 months contract @ Carphone Warehouse in Currys £315.03

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Great New customer deals on Sky. Carphone Warehouse 01942 680499 for Telephone enquiries & Orders Exclusively in store only deal. Read More
Great New customer deals on Sky. Carphone Warehouse 01942 680499 for Telephone enquiries & Orders Exclusively in store only deal.
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Any additional information on this?
Bump
Or Fibre for an extra £1 per month
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Sky Box Sets bundle + Unlimited Fibre only £23.35/month @ Carphone Warehouse - £420.30

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Don't really need to say anymore... Sky Box sets + Unlimited fibre. Usually £76.99/month through Sky but Carphone Warehouse currently have it for only £23.35/month - a total saving of £966.52 over Read More
Don't really need to say anymore... Sky Box sets + Unlimited fibre. Usually £76.99/month through Sky but Carphone Warehouse currently have it for only £23.35/month - a total saving of £966.52 over
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This deal finished Yesterday according to CPW sales rep I just spoke to :(
Welshfilly55
summer_scent
Welshfilly55
johnraggett
Is this instore only has anyone tried getting it over the phone from CPW?
Yes I phoned Carphone Warehouse and got a deal over the phone ,see my post #24 it's also available by phoning Curry's.
Welshfilly do you have an instore number please
Yes 08000496250 , it's the main number on their website and I just asked for the Sky deals. You could also try Currys , on another forum people are getting a £50 Currys voucher too!


great thanks
summer_scent
Welshfilly55
johnraggett
Is this instore only has anyone tried getting it over the phone from CPW?
Yes I phoned Carphone Warehouse and got a deal over the phone ,see my post #24 it's also available by phoning Curry's.
Welshfilly do you have an instore number please
Yes 08000496250 , it's the main number on their website and I just asked for the Sky deals. You could also try Currys , on another forum people are getting a £50 Currys voucher too!
johnraggett
jackie_chan
This offer is valid until 30th march only.

When do you have to have it installed by, I'm with BT til end of April?


Go for it. 30th is only for currys. Sky will contact you for installation date etc. Try to delay by a week or so. Some overlap won't cost much. Or pay bt early termination charge.
jackie_chan
This offer is valid until 30th march only.

When do you have to have it installed by, I'm with BT til end of April?
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New nails inc collections found for £1.00 @ poundland - fibre optic £12 on amazon other collections in description

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Poundland have some new nails inc collections in. The fibre optic range is on amazon and lookfantastic.com for £12. Also the pop art range that is between £7.49-£14 on amazon also £14 at other stoc… Read More
Poundland have some new nails inc collections in. The fibre optic range is on amazon and lookfantastic.com for £12. Also the pop art range that is between £7.49-£14 on amazon also £14 at other stoc…
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This is still going, just found a bunch in my local Poundland. Was going to share it here, but was beaten to it.
bought a Nails Inc Leather look in pale pink/ white for £1 in Poundland Cardiff
I managed to get pop art in the wood green store too
Simon.Woodcock
[b]your text here[/b]


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ivandias
Which poundland please???


This was the Solihull store sorry will edit :D
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Sky box sets bundle, fibre broadband (25gb) & line rental instore @ Currys meteor center £13.35

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Sky box sets bundle Fibre capped at 25gb Pay as you talk Line rental all at £13.35 insane price! Read More
Sky box sets bundle Fibre capped at 25gb Pay as you talk Line rental all at £13.35 insane price!
danielwilko2 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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dommyboy2
This is a similar deal that currys had going this time last year,but had unlimited normal broadband not fibre. I've since upgraded to unlimited fibre and they extended the boxsets offer for another 18 months. I pay £23 a month,all in. The deal last year went balistic hot,i don't see any reason why this shouldn't either. You could get the deal and upgrade to unlimited for the extra £10 a month over the phone.
They ran it 6 months later as well with sky Q, was hoping to pick that up this time round seeing as they do it every six months, hope this isn't the best they offer though as 25Gb is useless is you stream

Looks like from other posts for £10 more you can upgrade to fibre unlimited.
Should add that the Box Set bundle is the old Family Bundle that includes 350+ channels, 50+ HD channels, and 350+ box sets. Just Google for full list.
Purchased tonight in Currys PC World.

Sky Box Sets Bundle
Sky Q 2TB UHD with Multiscreen so includes another mini box
Unlimited Fibre 17Mbps Broadband
Sky Pay as you Talk phone
18 months contract
£34.34 per month
£10 Activation Fee
£9.95 Equipment cost
£60 upfront deposit payment

They had the same deal with standard 1TB Q box, so no additional mini box or UHD, for around £10 a month less.

BT only offered me £25.99 for Infinity 1 without the new router upgrade so goodbye to them.
dommyboy2
This is a similar deal that currys had going this time last year,but had unlimited normal broadband not fibre. I've since upgraded to unlimited fibre and they extended the boxsets offer for another 18 months. I pay £23 a month,all in. The deal last year went balistic hot,i don't see any reason why this shouldn't either. You could get the deal and upgrade to unlimited for the extra £10 a month over the phone.


They ran it 6 months later as well with sky Q, was hoping to pick that up this time round seeing as they do it every six months, hope this isn't the best they offer though as 25Gb is useless is you stream
This is a similar deal that currys had going this time last year,but had unlimited normal broadband not fibre. I've since upgraded to unlimited fibre and they extended the boxsets offer for another 18 months. I pay £23 a month,all in. The deal last year went balistic hot,i don't see any reason why this shouldn't either. You could get the deal and upgrade to unlimited for the extra £10 a month over the phone.
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Sky fibre and sky Q for £23.35 per month for 18month (£420.30 total) at Carphone warehouse instore

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Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls Line rental included and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An abso… Read More
Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls Line rental included and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An abso…
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Sky Q full package and fibre unltd £56 a month including line rental which I should of took to be honest.
Any idea what other deals can be had instore ? Last time they ran this offer a few months ago you could upgrade to fibre max, unlimited calls for not much more than this
muckspreader1
Nex
muckspreader1

Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An absolute steal if you ask me.New customers only I'm afraid.
£24.95 SET UP FEE
Sorry im having a really hard time of seeing a bigger screenshot of your photo unless im missing something obvious and clicking on the wrong thing.
Can you tell me weather or not that included line rental in the price or was that extra?
Cheers
line rental included

Thanks for the quick response. Ill pop down a store tomorrow!
Nex
muckspreader1

Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An absolute steal if you ask me.New customers only I'm afraid.
£24.95 SET UP FEE

Sorry im having a really hard time of seeing a bigger screenshot of your photo unless im missing something obvious and clicking on the wrong thing.

Can you tell me weather or not that included line rental in the price or was that extra?

Cheers


line rental included
muckspreader1

Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An absolute steal if you ask me.New customers only I'm afraid.
£24.95 SET UP FEE

Sorry im having a really hard time of seeing a bigger screenshot of your photo unless im missing something obvious and clicking on the wrong thing.

Can you tell me weather or not that included line rental in the price or was that extra?

Cheers
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SKY FIBRE UNLIMITED £30 pm EXISTING CUSTOMERS (18 month). Total cost: £370.00

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EDIT. sorry missed out the line rental which was hidden. the top prices are correct i was about to take out the BT deal listed earlier and before i did i checked what sky can do. under the MY OFF… Read More
EDIT. sorry missed out the line rental which was hidden. the top prices are correct i was about to take out the BT deal listed earlier and before i did i checked what sky can do. under the MY OFF…
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almost as bad as my predictive text
spoke to sky the other day about this.
just so you know, this deal is Terri me for anyone on a discounted package.
When you take the deal, they extend your tv contract as well (+18 months).
it means that you lose any bargaining leverage if your discount end during the term.
Virgin(50 mb) is £25 with calls

Edited By: noor789 on Mar 16, 2017 16:37: mistakes
I take it this offer is if you are upgrading to a fibre product? As it shows none of the above offers on my account. I am on Sky fibre Pro, unlimited calls and line rental and my deal finishes this month then jumps up over £20 a month to £56.99. Been onto retentions a couple of times and say they cant offer any new deal.
markg800
ask for my mac number
Have you just awoken from a 10 year coma?
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Vodafone Fibre Broadband Ultd £23.00 pmth with half price connection and No Line Rental fees. Plus TCB available.

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Vodafone Home Fibre Unlimited Broadband 38. £23 pmth for existing customers or £26 for non customers. No line rental fees and it is currently half price connection at £24. Plus TCB are offerin… Read More
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We signed up a week ago and so far everything positive. Easy to set up, transferred on day they said it would and exceeding the speed predicted. More than happy.
This looks like a good deal. Given that land line telephony and broadband are pretty much utility supplies these days how much can go wrong? Duff router...without a solution..? First I have heard of it. But I have an open mind so if anybody has any links to prove there are real issues with Vodafone broadband please show me because I am thinking of going with this offer

Update
Strike that I have read about the issues. On the face of it if someone has the router creditials there maybe a way of getting 76mb fibre for the 38mb price which would be interesting :-) but the installation delays and other stuff is just a bit too worrying

Does anyone have a positive experience?

Edited By: RobRoy2 on Mar 25, 2017 11:23: Update
now connection fee is only 1 quid till 11th April
just to add, Vodafone will not provide you with your username or password to use your own router with their service. This is because their ADSL 17mb offer is actually a router throttled 38mb fibre connection.
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices from seeing each other.

Thankfully I read about all this before the 14 day cooling off period ended.
Dreadful company, cancelled before we went live. TCB didn't track. Just taken the BT deal
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Origin Fibre Broadband £31/m 12 M contract + £59.99 set-up costs (£200 voucher making it £20 a month £19.33

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From MSE Until Mon 20 March, new and existing customers (out of contract) can get this Origin Broadband* unlimited up-to-38Mb broadband and line rent deal on a 12-month contract. The deal's availab… Read More
From MSE Until Mon 20 March, new and existing customers (out of contract) can get this Origin Broadband* unlimited up-to-38Mb broadband and line rent deal on a 12-month contract. The deal's availab…
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hi, my situation has been linked to this deal thanks to AndyRoyd.
I am speechless and shocked after my almost 3mnts experience with OB.
Please, just avoid them.
I was on the phone with them more than 420min /over 7hrs/ and I am still waiting for the BB and apparently the installation day is 21st March. /I paid a full year on the 2nd of Jan/
To be fair I got 2mnts for free after my year contracts ends as compensation... "nice", isn't it?
tomlewis007
I've just moved to origin, moved without an issue. Currently syncing at 10mbps ... was 15mbps with BT. I hope it picks up!
I had a TT line that initially synced at 14 but rose to just above 20 over period of first 10 days.
I've just moved to origin, moved without an issue. Currently syncing at 10mbps ... was 15mbps with BT. I hope it picks up!
Anon32
Didn't realise it was so bad! Explains why its cold! Thought for the price it was a good deal!
Dataset of one is hardly representative of every account but always beneficial to be aware of previous issues.
Didn't realise it was so bad! Explains why its cold! Thought for the price it was a good deal!
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Vodafone 76mbps fibre £28.00pm + possible £80 TCB = £23.56pm

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This deal was posted a few months back, but I note that TCB are now offering £80 cashback for "broadband 76" orders. Get it while you still can. There's also 50% off a new line (£24) if you need it p… Read More
This deal was posted a few months back, but I note that TCB are now offering £80 cashback for "broadband 76" orders. Get it while you still can. There's also 50% off a new line (£24) if you need it p…
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dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.
@FamGuy - how did you avoid the £24 connection fee - when looking at this, it is automatically added to your basket. Did they contact you and tell you that it would be refunded?
At the point of entering your phone number and postcode.
FamGuy
ChambyR33
dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.
@FamGuy - how did you avoid the £24 connection fee - when looking at this, it is automatically added to your basket. Did they contact you and tell you that it would be refunded?
ChambyR33
FamGuy
ChambyR33
dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.
i was going to have to pay it thats why i mentioned it
in the end i rung sky ( who im with too ) and they othered me very close to this deal with credit on my account to make up the difference which was good for me
would have happily gone to Vodafone but they just wouldnt budge on the fee for me

I've been with Sky for TV, broadband and phone for 11 years, they wouldn't offer me anything lower than £34 for a 70+mbps service.
Now enjoy netflix and amazon prime so will be getting shot of the sky box and terrestrial tv all together by the end of the summer.
I think they are having serious problems with loss of customers to rival services with 4k content and exclusive shows.
moorjock
Am sick of the slow and dropping connections here since i rejoined BT, i have three kids half the week all use tablets phones etc and BT have continually fobbed me off saying that is the reason for my bad dropping connection and that i need to upgrade to infinity two (they cannot guarantee anymore than 15 meg extra speed even though the cabinet is 150 yards away and the exchange is onle half a mile away). The half a week when i dont have my kids here my line drops and disconnects, weird that.Virgin are not enabled in this area, a great shame, looks a better option as all the competition locally is capped at 38 meg.
I had major issues with BT and connection drops when I first joined them, especially at peak times. Took some time to do my own troubleshooting and the issue I found was their DNS servers. At peak times they just can't handle the requests and you end up getting loads of timeouts on DNS lookups. This was made worse by them not allowing you to change the DNS servers their DHCP server sends out.

Resolved the problem by getting my own router and using that instead, something I would recommend over ISP's routers anyway. Since going down this route I rarely get any issues and rarely even restart my router. Plus my Router has some more business class features which allow me to prioritise my work traffic over my children's use of youtube :). I would be seriously considering this Vodafone deal only they don't allow you to use your own router, so it's a no from me.
FamGuy
ChambyR33
dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.




i was going to have to pay it thats why i mentioned it

in the end i rung sky ( who im with too ) and they othered me very close to this deal with credit on my account to make up the difference which was good for me

would have happily gone to Vodafone but they just wouldnt budge on the fee for me
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TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless Cable & Fibre Router - AC 1900, Dual-band £69.97 @ PC World (in store) - John Lewis price matched

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I spotted this in PC world in Nottingham city centre. It seems PC World don't even sell this on their website. As John Lewis is over the road I went in and showed them the photo I've uploaded here and… Read More
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is this deal still valid ? can't seem to be able to find this on pc world or john lewis directly. Thanks


This was posted two months ago. Likely to be sold out now.
is this deal still valid ? can't seem to be able to find this on pc world or john lewis directly. Thanks
stoney73
is this vdsl? As in a straight swap for the bt smart hub?


No. You need a VDSL modem. Mine is working via the HH5 with wifi disabled ATM, but I plan to replace that piece of garbage with an Openreach modem only, even if it seems to be working so far..
Thanks to OP for spotting this deal.
Just bought what appeared to be the last one in Mew Malden store.
Set up was problematic with one tablet, but everything else has connected seamlessly, by using old wifi name and password.
Download speeds have doubled, and wifi reach is much stronger.
HH5 really is pants. Snap one up while you still can. Expert reviews should give you confidence, if you don't believe this thread.
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virgin media tvxl v6 box plus 200mbs fibre including line rental customer retention deal £39.99 - £479.88

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is this a good retention deal i was offered today, I was going to join BT but this seems to have better internet speed compare to BT. So here is the retention deal £39.99 12 month Contract 200MB Read More
is this a good retention deal i was offered today, I was going to join BT but this seems to have better internet speed compare to BT. So here is the retention deal £39.99 12 month Contract 200MB
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update I've just accepted the following deal.

TV XL
V6 box downstairs
TiVo upstairs
150mb broadband
weekend calls
line rental

£41.50 on a 12 month contract.
no install fees
no box fees

pretty happy with that.

Edited By: russellsmith on May 24, 2017 11:40: more info added
just been offered a retention price of 47 a month for XL TV (TiVo not V6) 200mb broadband and weekend calls and my current hd multiroom box.

or

39 for same package but 150mb instead.

or

19.50 for just 200mb broadband alone.

I've said no and I'll wait to see if I get offered anything else.
Just got 2 v6 boxes VIP package. Sky sports,movies. No fee £63.20 a month.
Thank you for the Breakdown
Filiii
stev67
as a new customer coming from sky, i got, the new v6 box, .full house TV, inc BT sports, sky cinema, 200 broadband, weekend phone calls,,,,£100 credit to account, £50 recommendation credit and £80 quidco..=£35pm approx not bad deal, same as i was paying at sky for cr*p broadband , no movies and a smaller tv bundle.
Can you let us know how do you contact them? was over phone, chat? I would like to get the same deal if possible, I'm on EE right now. How the recommendation works? Cheers
that looks to me like limited edition full house movies offer for £55p/m
http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/bundles/full-house-movies-bundle.html

(55*12)-100-50-80 = 430 p/a -> 35.83 p/m
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NOW TV Combo - Get Fibre Broadband, the latest TV shows, the NOW TV Smart Box and Pay as You Use calls for just £29.99 a month, inc line rental - plus poss £80 cashback

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Found this smashing little deal after BT Decided to put up my broadband and phone package by 50%. Managed to get this with NOW TV for same price I was paying BT, with the added bonus of free TV and… Read More
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Kexy Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago27 Comments
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This is a good deal. My BT contract expired in November but I didn't find out until January! They didn't notify me and I hardly ever checked my bills online so ended up paying around £44 for those months.

Signed up for this Now TV Combo on 28th January and just got paid £94.35 from TCB today.

Might jump on the current BT Infinity deal though as the wifi on the Now TV hub isn't great, and don't think you can use your own router either. The wifi appears to be a fairly common issue:

https://community.nowtv.com/t5/NOW-TV-Combo/bd-p/NOWTVCombo1

Plus there aren't any settings to control the times when a device is allowed on the internet which I found useful with the previous BT Homehub.

Edited By: weirdo on May 10, 2017 13:53
airdsuk
Are the boxes full HD?


Yes they are - they pick up my channels that my telly doesn't which is a nice bonus.
Are the boxes full HD?
pjplumb
Is this deal just for 1 month pass of tv, or is this included for the duration of the contract?
Contract duration, looks like a great deal.
Couldn't get the links to work, got there through http://www.nowtv.com/broadband-packages


Edited By: Steve353 on Mar 19, 2017 00:56
Is this deal just for 1 month pass of tv, or is this included for the duration of the contract?
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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

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That includes line rental, of course.
marktq1
Thanks so if I upgrade I should get it for £5 I'm paying £41 at the moment for standard with anytime and international so seems if I upgrade to fibre I should get it cheaper
That seems a lot. I'm currently paying £32pm for fibre, anytime (not international), Caller Display, Call Divert, Call Waiting, Reminder Call, Ringback, and Three Way Call. The Call Divert works particularly well with the anytime calls - no forwarding costs at all.

Whether you can negotiate effectively will depend on whether or not you're out of contract. If you are, you should be in a very good position.
Thanks so if I upgrade I should get it for £5 I'm paying £41 at the moment for standard with anytime and international so seems if I upgrade to fibre I should get it cheaper
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.
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
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BT Unlimted fibre 50Mb £29.99 (£33.49) £461.37 less £150 mastercard - avoid TCB and try quidco for more reductions £25.94/£12.61 £311.37

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happymanuk
If you are in a Virgin Media area the £15 deal for tv/broadband/phone is still cheaper with the £50 bill credit (£10.83 per month equiv).

Please share, thanks
nougat
nougat
I use both quidco and tcb and I find the opposite and have only had problems with quidco. I've had over £3.5k from tcb
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nrc6negcfznppr4/tcb.PNG?dl=1
Same. I found Quidco to be hopeless, TCB alway helpful. I always tip when withdrawing, round it off to the nearest fiver.
frijjy2001
Don't even go with BT no mater how good the deal.

Some of us don't have much choice (only BT on the local exchange).
Don't even go with BT no mater how good the deal.
I've had almost 5k back through TCB although BE WARNED - I signed up to a similar deal posted on here back in September '16 , cashback would have been £215 with the TCB bonus being offered (I'm a paying member) and after 4 months of 'pending' , my claim has suddenly been 'rejected' with absolutely no explanation whatsoever.
I offered to provide proof of contract , proof of ongoing payments and as the original transaction had tracked successfully , I had proof of a successful click through too.
The proof and evidence I could readily supply doesn't make a blind bit of difference if they choose to reject my claim without reason , Topcashback and BT really need to be investigated as this amounts to obtaining contracts by deception and TCB seem to be complicit with this little scam.
I am looking into how to pursue this and question the legality of what has happened to me , if anyone could point me in the right direction it'd be appreciated.
I understand cashback is not guaranteed but I was of the understanding that a rejected claim would have been for genuine 'valid' reasons (ie cookies not cleared and another affiliate got the commission / not complying with the terms of the offer or for cancelled contracts etc) and not because they simply don't want to pay and would prefer to keep my money instead !
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BT Infinity 1 fibre broadband (FTTC) + phone line £28.99 /month (poss £12.32 /month after Quidco & Mastercard Cashback) @ BT.com £407.87

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Well, I always said I would never go back to BT fibre, after having had great service from Sky fibre, but money talks and this is a really good price. Yes, I am a hypocrite. £150 prepaid Mastercard… Read More
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qwerta369 Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago84 Comments
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Has anyone else taken up this offer only to have it sabotaged by BT?

They cancelled my order blaming Sky for having the wrong postcode on record even though Sky sent me a goodbye letter... assured me the Quidco cashback would be safe when the order was recreated but it was created wrong... this amounted to 3 weeks without internet and hours on the phone to try and resolve the matter and getting promised phone calls and actions that never happened. Quidco said that they would honour the cashback if BT contacted them, however the most recent person I am in contact with (manager of my third file handler) claims that she can do nothing more and if I am not happy it's 'deadlock' and I have to contact the Ombudsman.

Wondering if this is bad luck or tactics to avoid honouring the offer
I for one, Very happy with this deal 4 times faster than I was going to purchase and also saving a few Penny's ..a win win , pat on the back and a big thumbs up to op
hi, do I need to ring SKY to cancel before ordering?
What an oddball..
qwerta369
FamGuy
qwerta369
FamGuy
So, to be clear, you're saying you can't point to a better fibre deal, no?
To be clear - I'm saying this deal should not be marketed as "fibre" in the first place.
I see. Well, if you're unhappy with BT's description of their FTTC offering, please take it up with them. Contact details below:http://home.bt.com/pages/static/i/pansegment/contact_us/contactus.html
Meanwhile, welcome to HUKD and thanks for joining. I see you joined 3 days ago and have posted 3 times (all in this thread). If you find the time to post a high speed internet deal that beats this one (or, indeed, any deal at all), please do so - and preferably before my own BT order goes live on 09/03, so I can vote it hot, cancel my BT order and go with yours. :)
Be it you peddling faux "fibre" deals, or BT, peddling faux "fibre" deals, the result is the same - misleading people for brownie points.
Sleep well my friend, sleep well.


Edited By: FamGuy on Mar 04, 2017 05:40
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 up-to-52Mb Fibre Broadband 12 months contract £413.87 (£12.82 pm after cashback) @ BT

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halecrater
Sorry if I look silly. We are with BT but contract ended. Could we get this or is it brand new customers only?
It is for new customer only.
Sorry if I look silly. We are with BT but contract ended. Could we get this or is it brand new customers only?
When it directs you to BT site it's the 2nd deal down ..
unlimited fibre £28.99 =£12.25 ;)

Edited By: flaming.h on Feb 25, 2017 22:24: typo
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krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?

Quidco is redirecting to site where package price is £29.99 a month, so after all cashback it is £13.3 a month
qwerta369
flaming.h
krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?
If only there were a thread on that somewhere..

;)


That did make me laugh. Thanks ;)
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Fibre One 120g Salted Caramel, Lemon Drizzle and Chocolate Fudge Brownie Flavours. £1.00 in Morrisons were £2.80

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OOS in my local Morrisons but perhaps common sense will prevail and the price will drop.....especially if no one buys at full.Bit like the Special K bars....does any actually pay more than £1 a box.
I've yet to see the Salted Caramel anywhere, but the other two flavours are very moreish.
No. Why tell me?!

These things are deliciously addictive. 90 cals a pop isn't bad- until you start to eat multiples!

Salted caramel is the best, followed by chocolate.

May have to make a special trip out to morrisons just to pick some up..
I noticed when they were on offer in Asda, in the stores i went in there was plenty of boxes of the lemon but none anywhere of the chocolate. as nice as the lemon was i would not pay full price they look really nice and inviting on the box with it's chunky square, chunks of lemon and white icing, out of the packet it was a disappointing flat square with a drizzle of yellowy icing and no bits of lemon
Worth a £1 but £2.80 is a joke, when they were on offer in Asda we couldn't fill the shelves fast enough, now there full price nobody wants them lol
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Manfrotto 190 Carbon Fibre Tripod-Q90-4 Section £165.63 @ Amazon

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If you aren't strong enough to carry a standard tripod, you should not be allowed out in the real world. This is a nonsense product, particularly at this silly price.
I'm guessing you only take photos with a plastic body camera and kit lenses.
My standard kit bag is about 5kg and tripod is 2.5kg. Not heavy but not really practical to carry about all day.
Magister
If you aren't strong enough to carry a standard tripod, you should not be allowed out in the real world. This is a nonsense product, particularly at this silly price.
Though I wouldn't spend that much on a tripod your comment is idiotic tbh
Its about increased performance... You always pay for it
Tripod is just one thing also... If carrying more than one thing with weight savings the total can be significant
Especially if carrying a long distance cos I don't think many are going to have problems curling 2kg
If you aren't strong enough to carry a standard tripod, you should not be allowed out in the real world. This is a nonsense product, particularly at this silly price.
8 left and back to £236:58 oO
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Plusnet unlimited fibre £22.50 Month / 12 months - £295

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johnraggett
What am I doing wrong a 12 month Fibre contract saying £32.50?
The deal is expired, brainbox.
Is there any need to be so rude?

Now I remeber why I ignore this guy
CelticStar
qwerta369
johnraggett
What am I doing wrong a 12 month Fibre contract saying £32.50?
The deal is expired, brainbox.
Is there any need to be so rude?

Welcome to HUKD.
qwerta369
johnraggett
What am I doing wrong a 12 month Fibre contract saying £32.50?
The deal is expired, brainbox.

Is there any need to be so rude?
It hadn't when I posted or at least on here it hadn't, clever clogs
johnraggett
What am I doing wrong a 12 month Fibre contract saying £32.50?
The deal is expired, brainbox.