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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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£311.37 @ BT Broadband
BT fibre package, 12m for 25.94 per month after deducting £150 mastercard and adding in planned price rises. It could be just £12.61 a month with £160 topcashback however this is a scam. It will t…
BT fibre package, 12m for 25.94 per month after deducting £150 mastercard and adding in planned price rises. It could be just £12.61 a month with £160 topcashback however this is a scam. It will t…
m1chaels Avatar2d, 7h agoFound 2 days, 7 hours ago16 Comments
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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 !
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).
Same here, from the November Black Friday deal, cashback already paid.
DanB89
FWIW I got both TCB AND the MasterCard with my broadband/phone/tv package... and then both again with my BT mobile contract. No problems whatsoever.

Coming up for renewal end of March but obviously I'm not a new customer... don't think anything will beat what I got last year :(
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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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£407.87 @ BT Mobile
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…
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…
qwerta369 Avatar2d, 9h agoFound 2 days, 9 hours ago56 Comments
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qwerta369
whizzkidmucker
Sky offered £25 pm (line rental + fibre), then added in £50 credit to my account, and then finally £100 credit to my account, making it £16.66 pm. That was good enough for me to stay with them, thanks OP.
But isn't Sky's fibre an 18 month contract, rather than 12? In which case isn't it (25*18)-100=350/18=£19.44 /mo equiv?
​No, my current deal is 12 months and so is the new one.
Brilliant deal then! I may give them a call then, to renegotiate my dad's deal.
qwerta369
whizzkidmucker
Sky offered £25 pm (line rental + fibre), then added in £50 credit to my account, and then finally £100 credit to my account, making it £16.66 pm. That was good enough for me to stay with them, thanks OP.
But isn't Sky's fibre an 18 month contract, rather than 12? In which case isn't it (25*18)-100=350/18=£19.44 /mo equiv?


​No, my current deal is 12 months and so is the new one.
Ordered thanks.
whizzkidmucker
Sky offered £25 pm (line rental + fibre), then added in £50 credit to my account, and then finally £100 credit to my account, making it £16.66 pm. That was good enough for me to stay with them, thanks OP.
But isn't Sky's fibre an 18 month contract, rather than 12? In which case isn't it (25*18)-100=350/18=£19.44 /mo equiv?
Hot from me. Used this deal when negotiating with Sky yesterday. I'm coming to the end of my current deal which was free fibre for a year, with payments due to rise to approx £39 pm, Sky offered £25 pm (line rental + fibre), then added in £50 credit to my account, and then finally £100 credit to my account, making it £16.66 pm. That was good enough for me to stay with them, thanks OP.
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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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£413.87 @ BT Mobile
Unlimited fibre broadband's discounted to £29.49/mth for 12 months. After, it jumps to the usual £47.49/mth. You pay £59.99 set-up costs. Includes activation and p&p for the 'free' router. CLAIM a £…
Unlimited fibre broadband's discounted to £29.49/mth for 12 months. After, it jumps to the usual £47.49/mth. You pay £59.99 set-up costs. Includes activation and p&p for the 'free' router. CLAIM a £…
krasnal9 Avatar4d, 25m agoFound 4 days, 25 minutes ago28 Comments
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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
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 ?

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 ;)
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..

;)
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 ?
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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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90 calories each and some lovely sounding flavours. We all need a moment (or two) each day to revel in a little indulgence. Our irresistible sweet treats taste so amazing it's hard to believe each
90 calories each and some lovely sounding flavours. We all need a moment (or two) each day to revel in a little indulgence. Our irresistible sweet treats taste so amazing it's hard to believe each
HantsShopper Avatar4d, 9h agoFound 4 days, 9 hours ago5 Comments
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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
These are very nice. On Slimming World they count as 4 Syns each for every flavour. Always have one in the lunch box. Would never pay £2.89 but stock up for a £1.00 a box! Heat added.
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Manfrotto 190 Carbon Fibre Tripod-Q90-4 Section £165.63 @ Amazon

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Was £236.58 Now £165.63 Magnesium die castings and magnesium top plate with an integrated levelling bubble 3-faceted 100 percent carbon fibre centre column, which totally eliminates column ro…
Was £236.58 Now £165.63 Magnesium die castings and magnesium top plate with an integrated levelling bubble 3-faceted 100 percent carbon fibre centre column, which totally eliminates column ro…
sinxa Avatar6d, 19h agoFound 6 days, 19 hours ago4 Comments
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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.
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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Unlimited Fibre broadband from plusnet is 25 per month if you pay monthly or 22.50 if you pay line rental upfront, if you factor in the 70 quid quidco you'll get it for around £19 per month or £17 if
Unlimited Fibre broadband from plusnet is 25 per month if you pay monthly or 22.50 if you pay line rental upfront, if you factor in the 70 quid quidco you'll get it for around £19 per month or £17 if
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I moved from BT to Plusnet fibre at the beginning of the month. Worst mistake ever. Weekends before 10am it's Speedy Gonzales. Thereafter it's dreadful. Yesterday I disconnected mobs and laptops so I could get decent service on my laptop. Never thought I'd say this but BT normal is wayyyyyy better :(
vonlance
archer1204
vonlance
finally got through to someone that offered the£25.99 a month for 24 months to stay with BT. I'll do that. not worth the hassle of switching. took me 20 mins to get through to plusnet to cancel my order, think i dodged a bullet!
is that including line rental and evening phone calls
​includes line rental but weekend calls I think, I'll get the confirmation email soon and double check

It should include line rental, unlimited unfinity 1 52mb down/10mb up/ free weekend calls / free caller display / free bt wifi hot spots
Bookie
http://beta.speedtest.net/result/6057032100.png
That's on an unlimited fibre extra package through a vpn. We're fairly close to our local cabinet, 50 yards or so.
Which VPN, and how is it?
archer1204
vonlance
finally got through to someone that offered the£25.99 a month for 24 months to stay with BT. I'll do that. not worth the hassle of switching. took me 20 mins to get through to plusnet to cancel my order, think i dodged a bullet!
is that including line rental and evening phone calls


​includes line rental but weekend calls I think, I'll get the confirmation email soon and double check
vonlance
finally got through to someone that offered the£25.99 a month for 24 months to stay with BT. I'll do that. not worth the hassle of switching. took me 20 mins to get through to plusnet to cancel my order, think i dodged a bullet!
I was offered the same both times I had to call BT, but this is still 50%+ more than £17.08/m. Plus, if you're with Plusnet, you gain the ability to switch back to BT as a new customer next year. :)

tascheman
drspa44
Anyone here who switched from BT to Plusnet with this deal (or very recently)? I got the expected letter from BT saying they have received notice from Plusnet that my phone line is being moved over. However it says no such notice was given for the broadband, so I will continue to pay for that. Phoned BT and they say it's definitely Plusnet not requesting both line and broadband. Too late to phone Plusnet - just wondering whether anyone else experienced the same?
Initially got an e-mails saying the the same but got a follow up later the same day saying both phone and broadband to be transferred.
If you've not had correct notification, get onto PlusNet and chase it up. I find online chat better than phoning and you can get an e-mail transcript of the conversation.
Thanks. I chatted them and they said they did everything correctly and BT often misreport these things. They told me I don't need to call BT back - probably worried they'd try to win me back for a third time. Think I will give them a call the moment it is switched over to ensure they are not still billing me for broadband I am unable to receive.
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Kellogg's Fruit 'n Fibre 750g was £3.00 now £2.50 @ Morrisons & Iceland

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£2.50 @ Morrisons
This deal ends on Tuesday 11th April Kellogg's Fruit 'n Fibre 750g was £3.00 now £2.50
This deal ends on Tuesday 11th April Kellogg's Fruit 'n Fibre 750g was £3.00 now £2.50
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Always £1.99 @ farm foods. Brrrrrrrr
Wow, 10/- off, that is certainly something to crow about.
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A YEAR's BT fast fibre broadband & line '£264.00' after cashback (Term - £413.87)

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£264.00 @ BT Broadband
New. A YEAR's BT fast fibre broadband & line '£264' The key to slashing costs is pouncing on hot, short-lived deals & this is less than half non-promo prices You usually pay more for faster fibre
New. A YEAR's BT fast fibre broadband & line '£264' The key to slashing costs is pouncing on hot, short-lived deals & this is less than half non-promo prices You usually pay more for faster fibre
Anon32 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago20 Comments
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Edmundo07
happymanuk
qwerta369
That's because it's complete bullocks, I expect.
No, definitely genuine. It is a deal I received and I've been told I can refer friends for the same deal. Unfortunately I'm not allowed to post it on here as a deal as referrals are not allowed. Mine is due to be installed next week.
can you not PM us that are interested? I have sky, they upping price but still works out slightly cheaper than this BT deal. Would like some ammo to stick to them when I call them. Virgin just recently became available in my area.
Where is sky cheaper? Wanna call bt to get the price rice taken off and you can leave contract free! Don't really want to as service has been brilliant!
Cheaper for me as i currently have retention deal of unlimited fibre and line rental for £20 total. Sky line rental increase adding £1.59 to that. Quite cheap as it is but no harm ringing and haggling if you have a better deal to reference.


Edited By: Edmundo07 on Feb 16, 2017 12:11
Edmundo07
happymanuk
qwerta369
That's because it's complete bullocks, I expect.
No, definitely genuine. It is a deal I received and I've been told I can refer friends for the same deal. Unfortunately I'm not allowed to post it on here as a deal as referrals are not allowed. Mine is due to be installed next week.
can you not PM us that are interested? I have sky, they upping price but still works out slightly cheaper than this BT deal. Would like some ammo to stick to them when I call them. Virgin just recently became available in my area.
Where is sky cheaper? Wanna call bt to get the price rice taken off and you can leave contract free! Don't really want to as service has been brilliant!
I have had nothing but a good experience with BT ordering fiber, the only bad thing is my new address the cabinet is at capacity and they can't tell me when it might be upgraded.
This is potentially £203.87 at the moment via TopCashBack, rather than MSE, which I can't believe the original poster didn't have the decency to credit.
Rich44
It's called hotukdeals not hotukdeals except BT, if you don't like it don't open the thread.
The effort to open the thread read it then moan....
Honestly...
GazmoX
So this deal is going to get posted every time there is a change in the amount of cashback on offer, which seems to be every week.
Edit: Seems to be at least 3 times a week at the moment!
Nearly as much effort as you went to to "top post" I guess. ;)
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Switching from BT? Faster Fibre Broadband £27.00pm, unlimited & including line rental (Genuinely FIXED PRICE) with TalkTalk - unlimited (£110 cashback from Quidco as well) + free call divert, ringback etc + free SIM

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£27.00 @ TalkTalk
This will go really, really cold because it's TalkTalk, but who cares? Looks like a great deal for fibre+line rental with a price that won't increase throughout the whole contract. :D There are
This will go really, really cold because it's TalkTalk, but who cares? Looks like a great deal for fibre+line rental with a price that won't increase throughout the whole contract. :D There are
Newbold Avatar2w, 22h agoFound 2 weeks, 22 hours ago24 Comments
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MR+T
24 month contract err no thanks! also wouldnt trust them after losing everyonrs personals details lastly the customer service are mainly based in south africa they hardly cummunicate and listen to your problems
I can safely say this is the worst company in Britain and urge people to stay away they clearly not intetested in keeping people personal data safe not providing good customer service
Good Luck to Charles Dunstone for turning a failing business around
TalkTalk's much criticised by people who've never used it. Those of us who have know it to be somewhat better than BT, and much on a par with Plusnet. None of them can match Zen - but they don't match Zen prices, either. Check out the reviews - BT's reviews are rather worse than those of TalkTalk.
24 month contract err no thanks! also wouldnt trust them after losing everyonrs personals details lastly the customer service are mainly based in south africa they hardly cummunicate and listen to your problems

I can safely say this is the worst company in Britain and urge people to stay away they clearly not intetested in keeping people personal data safe not providing good customer service

Good Luck to Charles Dunstone for turning a failing business around
Just selected this deal been with talktalk for years couldnt find anything better fibre, line rental and free sim card for £27 was previously paying about £26.50 for same so no big increase and no disruption gonna get the free sim buy cheap handset and use as spare talktalk sending out new upgraded router. Also thinking of buying speed boost £5 one month to try the 78mb. Can still cancel if anyone knows a better deal
As far as I can see, you have the option of adding a TV box for £25 without any extra commitment. That seems like a decent deal for a new Youview box.
jumped on this anyway, the guy i spoke to at BT when i gave them notice, just said,

"that's it logged on the system, your end date is 15th March, if you don't leave before then you will have to pay the contract amount remaining"

I asked about the 14 days notice and when i could sign up to a new provider, he said

"what are you talking about? You have to leave before the 15th March, sign up to someone now"

I'm now worried that will be getting charged the full amount for leaving because he didn't seem to know much
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Vileda Style 100% Eco Fibre Broom (75% Tesco Instore) £1.25

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£1.25 @ Tesco
https://www.tesco.com/direct/vileda-style-broom/497-4337.prd?source=others Link to the item on their website, currently £1.25 instore, other Vileda products weren't reduced. White ticket and was sa…
https://www.tesco.com/direct/vileda-style-broom/497-4337.prd?source=others Link to the item on their website, currently £1.25 instore, other Vileda products weren't reduced. White ticket and was sa…
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BT Infinity Fibre Broadband up to 52mb £419.87 for 12m

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I'm looking for a fibre deal for a year and came across this. It's an online only deal, and looks pretty good,especially for BT! There's hours cashback via Quidco, so the £59.99 upfront fee is OK!
I'm looking for a fibre deal for a year and came across this. It's an online only deal, and looks pretty good,especially for BT! There's hours cashback via Quidco, so the £59.99 upfront fee is OK!
mum2oneplustwins Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago12 Comments
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I've signed up for this deal, including the cashback it works out to around £15 per month, that almost half what I was paying virgin
pothole
Is £34p/m for 76mbps + phone line a good deal? (18-month contract.)


Yes, but have a look on a comparison site.
For up to 38mb download speed, I'll be paying Sky about £38 including the line rental and this is an increase in speed, so it's worth trying out. I'm still waiting for Virgin to come to our village, and then I'll be happy!
Ours works perfectly with every device bar laptop (works when it wants) upstairs and no idea why. Have smart setup off. iPhone works next to laptop in question so don't understand why laptop would be intermittent. Laptop was working with it perfect till bout 3 weeks ago and now having this problem.
watergatebay
Just swapped over to BT Business broadband (8mbps) and I have to say the evening and week end speeds are better than my old provider. I would say the BT hubs wifi is stronger than my old router as well but what was beyond poor was the change over process. Signed the order forms on the 24/11/16 for 3 lines, 1 including broadband, and 3 call packages. Had to chase it up on the 29/12/16, then only the broadband line came over on the 13/1/17, with no call package attached. Many phone calls later, there is a possibility that the other two lines came over on Thursday, but nothing is yet showing on my account. Spoke to one department who told me the lines had definitely swapped over, but another got transferred to another department to make sure the call packages had been added, and they said there was no records showing the lines coming over??? Pi## up and brewery spring to mind


​Customer service departments are useless sometimes and they fail at the most basic things. As you've given customer helpline a chance I suggest you do what I do and up the anti: Send a detailed email to Mr Patterson and I'll guarantee you'll have a resolution with a few days. With some compensation if you ask.

email address here: http://www.ceoemail.com/

Edited By: jayman1986 on Feb 11, 2017 12:12: .
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (unlimited fibre broadband, line rental & free weekend calls) effectively just £15.83 per month with cashback over a 12 month contract £419.87 @ BT

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Posted this the other day, and they've just gone and dropped a fiver off a month, plus added £25 to the value of the cashcard. I've had to cancel and re-apply. Basically... Go through Topcashback
Posted this the other day, and they've just gone and dropped a fiver off a month, plus added £25 to the value of the cashcard. I've had to cancel and re-apply. Basically... Go through Topcashback
dwattsy21 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago71 Comments
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Mine too at just £80 even after a claim on my TCB they declined it. Very odd and FYI you cannot try to dmit another claim if you are not happy. I have now contacted their cust.services - if they do not respond i shall just cancel and go through quidco.
My tcb tracked at £80 how do you get them to up it?
for some reason my TCB tracked at £80 :(
ed1980
aphd163
lu408
Prepaid card reduce to 100?
Yes unfortunately
I assume that doesn't affect those that took the deal when it was £150?

Yes you should get whatever it was when you put the order through (hopefully!).
aphd163
lu408
Prepaid card reduce to 100?
Yes unfortunately

I assume that doesn't affect those that took the deal when it was £150?
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (unlimited fibre broadband, line rental & free weekend calls) effectively just £22.08 per month with cashback over a 12 month contract £479.89

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Set up cost of £59.99 Monthly cost o +(12 x £34.99) = £479.87 Topcashback - £90 Free BT cash card - £125
Set up cost of £59.99 Monthly cost o +(12 x £34.99) = £479.87 Topcashback - £90 Free BT cash card - £125
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LennyLeonard
qwertychris
LennyLeonard
qwertychris
LennyLeonard
Heads up, if you go through USwitch, it's £29.99 a month and BT are offering a £150 prepaid MasterCard for the next 5 days. See here
​Thanks. Think I will go for this. Save messing around with the cash back sites. Comes to 22.49 a month and is 12 month contract, everyone else seems to be 18 months and slower speeds.
You can still try for cashback with this deal, worth a shot!
​Ah right. Thanks I had thought it was just for uswitch, did not realise that the monthly price had dropped via quidco too.
I've just cancelled my sky cancellation so I can sign up to this deal tomorrow as an active line takeover. Although Sky are calling me back tonight with their best deal to make me stay.....
edit: Slys best offer; 18 month contract, £10 install then £31 a month for 12 months then £38 for final 6 months. BT here we come....

Ha, I got offered £30 a month for 12 months, so when I said the BT offer works out better the agent got pissy and told me he was removing the offer from my account. I hope BT manage to sort out my joining issue, I don't want to have to crawl back to Sky...


​Hope they get it sorted for you.

I've just put the order in via quidco and it's showing as tracked at £90 already.

Two weeks until activation/install. Can't wait to get back to faster broadband.
qwertychris
LennyLeonard
qwertychris
LennyLeonard
Heads up, if you go through USwitch, it's £29.99 a month and BT are offering a £150 prepaid MasterCard for the next 5 days. See here
​Thanks. Think I will go for this. Save messing around with the cash back sites. Comes to 22.49 a month and is 12 month contract, everyone else seems to be 18 months and slower speeds.
You can still try for cashback with this deal, worth a shot!
​Ah right. Thanks I had thought it was just for uswitch, did not realise that the monthly price had dropped via quidco too.
I've just cancelled my sky cancellation so I can sign up to this deal tomorrow as an active line takeover. Although Sky are calling me back tonight with their best deal to make me stay.....
edit: Slys best offer; 18 month contract, £10 install then £31 a month for 12 months then £38 for final 6 months. BT here we come....

Ha, I got offered £30 a month for 12 months, so when I said the BT offer works out better the agent got pissy and told me he was removing the offer from my account. I hope BT manage to sort out my joining issue, I don't want to have to crawl back to Sky...

Edited By: LennyLeonard on Feb 09, 2017 22:55
LennyLeonard
qwertychris
LennyLeonard
Heads up, if you go through USwitch, it's £29.99 a month and BT are offering a £150 prepaid MasterCard for the next 5 days.

See here

​Thanks. Think I will go for this. Save messing around with the cash back sites. Comes to 22.49 a month and is 12 month contract, everyone else seems to be 18 months and slower speeds.

You can still try for cashback with this deal, worth a shot!


​Ah right. Thanks I had thought it was just for uswitch, did not realise that the monthly price had dropped via quidco too.

I've just cancelled my sky cancellation so I can sign up to this deal tomorrow as an active line takeover. Although Sky are calling me back tonight with their best deal to make me stay.....

edit: Slys best offer; 18 month contract, £10 install then £31 a month for 12 months then £38 for final 6 months. BT here we come....

Edited By: qwertychris on Feb 09, 2017 18:33: .
qwertychris
LennyLeonard
Heads up, if you go through USwitch, it's £29.99 a month and BT are offering a £150 prepaid MasterCard for the next 5 days.

See here

​Thanks. Think I will go for this. Save messing around with the cash back sites. Comes to 22.49 a month and is 12 month contract, everyone else seems to be 18 months and slower speeds.

You can still try for cashback with this deal, worth a shot!
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LennyLeonard
Heads up, if you go through USwitch, it's £29.99 a month and BT are offering a £150 prepaid MasterCard for the next 5 days. See here
Just this second looking at the USwitch deal. Can you still put through TCB or Quidco though? Also reading mixed views here, which one have I best chance with please TCB or Quidco? Thanks.

I've clicked through from Quidco and it takes me to the deal without going through USwitch so it should be OK. Not sure about TCB though.

The website isn't letting me progress the order though as it's telling me I can't get fibre in my area, despite me having had fibre for years! I've called them and they said they'll look into it, so fingers crossed it gets sorted before the deal ends.
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TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless Cable & Fibre Router - AC 1900, Dual-band £84.98 @ Currys

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Bought and sorted at the weekend My superouter is now just a modem and the C9 has taken on full router duties 5Ghz is beinbg used by all my Streaming devices (TV, NowTVs, firestick & Madkatz) 2.4Gh…
Bought and sorted at the weekend My superouter is now just a modem and the C9 has taken on full router duties 5Ghz is beinbg used by all my Streaming devices (TV, NowTVs, firestick & Madkatz) 2.4Gh…
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Looking to replace my **** awful Talk Talk Stupidhub
The TalkTalk router contains a modem and router as well. Is the TP-LINK Archer C9 a modem router?
Or are you going to connect the TalkTalk router to the TP-Link Archer C9?
No, the C9 is just a router, I'll keep the Talktalk router and just use it as a modem
So not actually 'replace'. That way if I move to another ISP I can just swap modems and not have to reconfigure/reconnect all my wifi devices
So how do i set it up? Do i disable wifi in the TalkTalk router and then connect the TalkTalk router to this new router and set it up?
Secondly I have ports open for my PS4 games in the TalkTalk Super Router, would i have to remove them from there and add them to the TP-Link Archer Router?
Look up setting up an additional access point on google. Basically you switch wifi off from your ISP's router, then run an Ethernet from that to this (into LAN, not WAN). Then on this configure it to have wifi enabled and DHCP disabled. Keep all your forwarding rules on your isp router as now. This just acts as an entry point on to your existing network via wifi. Your main isp's router still does all the ip assignments and traffic management (port forwarding etc).
There are other configurations you can go for, but the above is easiest to get set up, there are many examples walking you though it on google if any of what I've just said needs padding out (like what static ip to assign to the AP etc).
I didn't do this :)
I have plugged my C9 WAN socket into on of the ports on the super router
The Huawei has a default IP of 192.168.1.1 - the C9 is 192.168.0.1 and everything points at that. I've since disabled the WiFi on the Huawei
To each their own
As I said, more than one way to skin a cat. Having a multi subnet setup like yours can complicate port forwarding and upnp discovery for media servers etc. But straight internet access will be fine.
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Looking to replace my **** awful Talk Talk Stupidhub
The TalkTalk router contains a modem and router as well. Is the TP-LINK Archer C9 a modem router?
Or are you going to connect the TalkTalk router to the TP-Link Archer C9?
No, the C9 is just a router, I'll keep the Talktalk router and just use it as a modem
So not actually 'replace'. That way if I move to another ISP I can just swap modems and not have to reconfigure/reconnect all my wifi devices
So how do i set it up? Do i disable wifi in the TalkTalk router and then connect the TalkTalk router to this new router and set it up?
Secondly I have ports open for my PS4 games in the TalkTalk Super Router, would i have to remove them from there and add them to the TP-Link Archer Router?
Look up setting up an additional access point on google. Basically you switch wifi off from your ISP's router, then run an Ethernet from that to this (into LAN, not WAN). Then on this configure it to have wifi enabled and DHCP disabled. Keep all your forwarding rules on your isp router as now. This just acts as an entry point on to your existing network via wifi. Your main isp's router still does all the ip assignments and traffic management (port forwarding etc).
There are other configurations you can go for, but the above is easiest to get set up, there are many examples walking you though it on google if any of what I've just said needs padding out (like what static ip to assign to the AP etc).
I didn't do this :)
I have plugged my C9 WAN socket into on of the ports on the super router
The Huawei has a default IP of 192.168.1.1 - the C9 is 192.168.0.1 and everything points at that. I've since disabled the WiFi on the Huawei
To each their own
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Looking to replace my **** awful Talk Talk Stupidhub
The TalkTalk router contains a modem and router as well. Is the TP-LINK Archer C9 a modem router?
Or are you going to connect the TalkTalk router to the TP-Link Archer C9?
No, the C9 is just a router, I'll keep the Talktalk router and just use it as a modem
So not actually 'replace'. That way if I move to another ISP I can just swap modems and not have to reconfigure/reconnect all my wifi devices
So how do i set it up? Do i disable wifi in the TalkTalk router and then connect the TalkTalk router to this new router and set it up?
Secondly I have ports open for my PS4 games in the TalkTalk Super Router, would i have to remove them from there and add them to the TP-Link Archer Router?
Look up setting up an additional access point on google. Basically you switch wifi off from your ISP's router, then run an Ethernet from that to this (into LAN, not WAN). Then on this configure it to have wifi enabled and DHCP disabled. Keep all your forwarding rules on your isp router as now. This just acts as an entry point on to your existing network via wifi. Your main isp's router still does all the ip assignments and traffic management (port forwarding etc).
There are other configurations you can go for, but the above is easiest to get set up, there are many examples walking you though it on google if any of what I've just said needs padding out (like what static ip to assign to the AP etc).
mrew42
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Looking to replace my **** awful Talk Talk Stupidhub
The TalkTalk router contains a modem and router as well. Is the TP-LINK Archer C9 a modem router?
Or are you going to connect the TalkTalk router to the TP-Link Archer C9?
No, the C9 is just a router, I'll keep the Talktalk router and just use it as a modem
So not actually 'replace'. That way if I move to another ISP I can just swap modems and not have to reconfigure/reconnect all my wifi devices
So how do i set it up? Do i disable wifi in the TalkTalk router and then connect the TalkTalk router to this new router and set it up?

Secondly I have ports open for my PS4 games in the TalkTalk Super Router, would i have to remove them from there and add them to the TP-Link Archer Router?
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So, what kind of wireless ac card would you recommend to go with this?
I need to put one in the back of my PC.
I am unsure of all the different speed standards - ac1300, ac1900 etc
My broadband is 100mbps (soon to be 200mbps) via Virgin Media.
Any recommendations appreciated.
I'd go for something like thishttp://www.ebuyer.com/291714-tp-link-tl-wdn4800-n900-wireless-dual-band-pci-express-adapter-tl-wdn4800
or this for lower costhttp://www.ebuyer.com/343318-tp-link-tl-wn881nd-300mbps-wireless-n-pci-express-adapter-tl-wn881nd
The ACxxxx -
the AC - refers to the wireless standard
the xxxx (in the router above, 1900) refers to the maximum speed that the router can throughput ON BOTH CHANNELS
2.4Ghz is often a lower speed (600Mbps) than 5Ghz (1300Mbps), but has greater reach.
600 + 1300 = 1900
AC1300 will have lower speeds (e.g. 300 & 900)
AD7200 Multi-Band—Runs three separate Wi-Fi bands, 60GHz (4600Mbps), 5GHz (1733Mbps), and 2.4GHz (800Mbps)
Hope that helps
Thanks.
But why would you not go for something like this:http://www.ebuyer.com/728214-tp-link-ac1300-wireless-dual-band-pci-express-adapter-archer-t6e
The two you linked aren't wireless ac I don't think?
No, but they'd still work fine. Yes the one you listed is certainly an option, but you're already WAY over your Broadband speed. You pays your money etc..
If you had you own local network for streaming at super high speeds then of course go for it.
It all depends on your use. I've gone AC1900 due to the sheer number of devices i'm putting through it. They'll be sharing the bandwidth available on the router.
Thanks for your help.
No problem
and i've just seen this
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wifi-dongle-ac-dual-band-5-99-sold-anewish-fulfilled-amazon-lightning-deal-2610045
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Fibre One chocolate Fudge Brownie Bars £1.00 were £2.89 @ Asda

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Low calorie Fibre One chocolate Fudge Brownie Bars reduced from £2.89 to £1. Detils on MySupermarket but not yet on Asda website so should be there any time soon. Removed as didn't realise posted 2…
Low calorie Fibre One chocolate Fudge Brownie Bars reduced from £2.89 to £1. Detils on MySupermarket but not yet on Asda website so should be there any time soon. Removed as didn't realise posted 2…
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To me they taste dry, the wife puts the brownie one in the microwave for 10 secs and it tastes nicer according to her :{
shoomoo
Are these any good? I Bought the lemon ones wasn't impressed as found to be very chewy and not like cake , though the lemon flavour was there . Just wondered what the brownies r like oO


I bought the lemon ones and the brownie ones a few weeks ago, to me they taste very artificial, with all the sweeteners in them, and the texture is off. They weren't disgusting, but they weren't great either, I wouldn't personally buy them again.
Are these any good? I Bought the lemon ones wasn't impressed as found to be very chewy and not like cake , though the lemon flavour was there . Just wondered what the brownies r like oO

Edited By: shoomoo on Jan 23, 2017 11:16
These are selling out very quickly in store too. They have been oos all last week in my local Asda. They obviously had a delivery as I managed to get the last couple of boxes on Friday. I bought them because I am trying to lose weight and 90 calories is very low for a brownie. I haven't tried them yet but I have to say, big box - tiny brownie. Seriously, these are way smaller than a cereal bar. That's how come they are only 90 calories. I don't know how they sold any at £3 a box.
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AmazonBasics 52-Inch Carbon Fiber Travel Tripod with Bag @ £56.99 from Amazon

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Carbon fiber tripod with adjustable-height legs, rotating leg locks, and rubber feet Built in level, quick release mounting plate; Ball-head design for 360 degree rotation and 90-degree tilt Recomme…
Carbon fiber tripod with adjustable-height legs, rotating leg locks, and rubber feet Built in level, quick release mounting plate; Ball-head design for 360 degree rotation and 90-degree tilt Recomme…
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Bit of an oxymoron, carbon fibre and basic.
Nice price but wouldn't stick an expensive DSLR on it.
DevilzGtr
Im seeing it as the cheapest carbon fibre tripod on the market :)
That's not the spirit of this site tho :)

That being said, I am always a fan of the AmazonBasics line. They are normally great value for money and of very good quality.

Need to watch out tho, that the max load and max height are both on the low side compared to more expensive options from other brands.

It also seems to lack the hook to load a bag to stabilize the tripod and the quick release plate seems to be of proprietary shape.
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It's a great price for a carbon fiber tripod. Why people voting code?


​Rejecting the American spelling of fibre? :{
Im seeing it as the cheapest carbon fibre tripod on the market :)
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Plusnet fibre broadband offers £28pm for 78mb (18 months x £28 = £504.00)

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Superfast broadband on offer from plusnet. 76mb for £28pm or 38mb for £23pm including line rental .18 month contract though. I think this is a good deal. What do you guys think? £20 quidco too.
Superfast broadband on offer from plusnet. 76mb for £28pm or 38mb for £23pm including line rental .18 month contract though. I think this is a good deal. What do you guys think? £20 quidco too.
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I am with BT. I have a youview box but I dont pay anything for any TV. If I cancel BT and move to another provider does this mean the youview box will no longer work? If so, what happens then - just back to freeview?
Tnx, LL
Has anyone manage to get bb fibre only from plusnet without line rental. I have just spoken to a plusnet staff and she tells me that in order to have bb fibre only I would need to sign up for a landlines rental with BT. However, when I ran a check (without my current landlines number) on my address. The result with that I can have all plusnet package in my area and no mention of bt.
Theres no 78mb for £28 anywhere on tje site. This deal is 1 week old only.
F9T
Just signed up from BT, was paying £48 a month for Fibre Infinity 2 and line rental, BT are effing crooks the prices they charge, same deal but plusnet will be £28 a month for 18 months at least.
Good deal heat

The irony of course is that Plusnet is owned by BT!
Just signed up from BT, was paying £48 a month for Fibre Infinity 2 and line rental, BT are effing crooks the prices they charge, same deal but plusnet will be £28 a month for 18 months at least.

Good deal heat
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virgin media tvxl v6 box plus 200mbs fibre including line rental. customer retention deal £20.50

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so I was going to join BT, mainly for the better wifi connection plus the bonus of getting BT sport in the package. after £110 topcashback and £150 reward card it was going to average out about £23 a
so I was going to join BT, mainly for the better wifi connection plus the bonus of getting BT sport in the package. after £110 topcashback and £150 reward card it was going to average out about £23 a
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Sorry to keep this going, but after a couple of weeks of having my Full House deal, I received a phone call from VM asking me to upgrade to their VIP package (Full House, 200mb, Talk More Anytime, Sky Sports, Sky Movies) for £52 p/m including line rental, no contract... I can cancel whenever I want.

Obviously I bit their hand off at the chance and went for it. Pretty happy now! :)
We had a few missed calls from them yet they never seemed to call when we were at home. Never mind. We now have Sky Q installed. Amazing WiFi reception around the house/garden compared to Virgin Media. Must admit I was concerned about the broadband speed but we seem to be hitting the 30megs every time I do a speed test (which is pretty regularly just now ;) ) and to be honest, we stream everything we used to and notice no difference to when we were with VM despite dropping 120megs. Makes you wonder the kind of broadband speed you actually need compared to what you think you need !
Anyway, so far we are really happy with Sky Q and paying half of what we were before but my days of being a loyal customer are well and truly over. It doesn't pay to be loyal.
My missus gets fed up with me moving between Sky, Virgin and BT but it definitely saves some cash.

Just cancelled BT, ending contract early due to price hike, and going back to Virgin. Got a nice referral deal courtesy of a kind HDUK member. Got to watch Virgin billing though as they usually mess it up.

I'm definitely finding new customers get the best deals so I'm kind of forced to play the annual bartering game.
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Anon
I have put in my notice and will hopefully get offered a decent deal - I followed the advice on one of the threads to go through the Moving Home link as that has chat and they will process your cancellation (though I didn't say I was moving overseas as he suggested which apparently shortens the conversation). Has anyone managed to get the Full House Cinema with 2 xV6 free replacements as a retention deal? If yes, how much per month please?
​I wouldn't get your hopes up. Been with VM for 10+ years and only offered to reduce my phone package. Sky Q gets installed tomorrow morning. Best of luck though

Yep also been with Virgin 10+ years. Offered me absolutely **** all. Pointed out it was cheaper to join as a new customer. Pointed out various "deals" that have been posted on here. Didn't care. Had ONE aggressive and fey phone call 2 days after I cancelled - best he offered me was more than a new sign up.

10+ years loyalty completely irrelevant. That's why Branson has his own island, employs Usain Bolt and the ex president of USA for free.

Whilst these companies are holding up traffic and making pi55 poor "repairs" to the potholes that they create just spare a thought for Obama and Branson living it up on Necker Island.
I wonder as au have put in my notice if putting in an order with BT or others to request a number transfer would help focus their minds to get in touch? I assume it would be easy to cancel.

Edited By: Anon on Feb 18, 2017 17:12: Edit
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EE Home 38 Meg Unlimited Fibre Broadband from £28.50 (£21.95 pm after cashback etc) + 5GB mobile data per month using £125 from TCB 18 month deal £513.00 term

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Various deals on Fibre starting from £28.50 per month - Free connection + 5GB mobile data per month (worth £10) and free weekend calls. £7 Delivery charge for Router 15 working days till live a…
Various deals on Fibre starting from £28.50 per month - Free connection + 5GB mobile data per month (worth £10) and free weekend calls. £7 Delivery charge for Router 15 working days till live a…
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Think this is a good deal, is it not??
I thought so, was offered £30 for same with SKY (No 5GB Mobile Data or cashback) - Offered same price with Talktalk £28.50 but also no 5GB mobile data or cashback)
I was paying £17.50 to Sky for "Line Rental" and FREE 20GB Broadband (For having Sky Sports)
So for £4.45 a month more I'm getting double speed and 5GB Mobile data.. (Data worth £10 per Month according to EE)


Edited By: Dawsy on Jan 16, 2017 18:52
Think this is a good deal, is it not??
Always cracks me up when they put fibre and then a **** few MB/s speed in the same advert.
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (Fibre up to 52MB) and free weekend calls, including line rental £29.99 / £16.65 p/m (after £70 Topcashback, and £150 BT prepaid mastercard) (£419.87 term)

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Just subscribed to BT (I change providers every year depending on the best deals out there). If done through topcashback, Unlimited Infinity shows up as £29.99 p/m as opposed to £34.99 p/m on the n…
Just subscribed to BT (I change providers every year depending on the best deals out there). If done through topcashback, Unlimited Infinity shows up as £29.99 p/m as opposed to £34.99 p/m on the n…
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Yep mine came today £150, can you use it at any shop .?
Yes, I read the T and Cs on the purecard website. Any shop that accepts visa or mastercard, which is practically everywhere.
Yep mine came today £150, can you use it at any shop .?
Same here, received today contains £150 balance, a nice relief.
Received card today, activated, and it does indeed contain £150 balance.
Received email from BT -
Thanks for claiming your reward
Hello Mr XXX,

Thanks for claiming your £150 BT Reward Card

We'll send it in the post shortly. It could take up to 30 days for it to arrive.
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Unlimited Home Broadband | Fibre & ADSL | Vodafone £444.00 18m contract

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Vodafone doing excellent deal. I believe Vodafone now working hard to be good standard again. worth taking advantage. excellent prices with NO line rental fees!!!
Vodafone doing excellent deal. I believe Vodafone now working hard to be good standard again. worth taking advantage. excellent prices with NO line rental fees!!!
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I have been with Vodafone for 16 months and can't wait to leave when my 18 months are up. I and many others initially had a problem whereby wired networked devices couldn't "See" each other. For instance my Networked AV Receiver could not "see" my Networked Hard Drive. Worse than that wired devices couldn't "see" wireless devices and Vice Versa. Initially Vodafone blamed the other devices manufacturers of non compliance despite the fact that previously my BT Router worked faultlessly
The easiest partial workaround was to buy a switch and plug all your wired devices into a switch which was then connected to the Router.
However, to use my two wired networked printers I had to resort to temporarily using a wired connection for my wireless PC's.
Vodafone then rolled out a firmware update last September'ish which partially cured the problem - Devices on the 2.4Ghz wireless were fine but devices on 5Ghz still had the initial problem.
Vodafones solution was to only use the slower 2.4Ghz network!
A few disgruntled Vodafone Forum users, including myself, managed to get their own Username & Password allowing us to buy our own Router/Modem.
Vodafone management quickly changed this policy and to this day the supplied Router still has the 5Ghz issue and they continue to refuse to give out Login details enabling people to use their own equipment.
IMHO This deal is best avoided if you have any sort of wired/wireless network.Further ReadingFurther Reading 1
​I have used chat to speak to two different sales advisors both of whom are adament that you can use an altenative router,however after read many forums this does not seem to hold true. I am looking to move from plusnet as my ruoter has started (again) to kick off random devices when new device is conected. I explained to vodaphone who seem keen to promise the earth to get you to sign up, however in this respect they are no better or worse tnan other ISPs who all do the same. trying to find the least worse seems to be the trick.
I'm with talktalk, I know the stories, but i use my own Asus DSL-AC68U and i can do whatever i like: vpn back to home and telly from abroad, server, back-up; all in all, without including free calls abroad to ladlines, it works just the same.
I also have vodafone mobile contract, so I could get this deal 1/2 price for modem and modem delivery (exactly the most important object, and already lucky owner of an Asus): not worth it, reading forums; and I wouldn't save sweet fa.
sorry, cold for me!
And just to add the only reason you have to use their router is they connect everyone to 76mb fibre regardless of package and the router limits the speed according to package as the router serial is tied to a specific account at a time
HaraldBB
Totally unprofessional company, customers service is a joke, online system not ready for landline/broadband. If you want to wait for your new router a week after installation date (3rd party routers not allowed), spend 1.5 to 2 hours waiting every time you want to speak to customer service, wait 30 minutes for online account logon authorisation text valid only 20 minutes - Vodafone broadband is for you.
If you don't like it - RUN!!!!

I was tempted by low price and fibre service through BT Openreach. Wast stupidly thinking "what possibly could go wrong?" and signed a contract. Then learned in hard way. Luckily used cooling off perion and ran away. With big relief.



I've just left them as their routers kept packing in but their customer services team were really helpful. Answered instantly every time. Just not great for a student house with 20+ devices trying to connect.
how do I end or stop this deal... not worth sharing
sorry guys... did not do enough research... :(
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Kellogg's Fruit 'n Fibre Cereal (750g) was £2.50 now £2.00 Ingredients Wholewheat (68%), Dried Fruit (28%) {Raisins, Coconut, Banana (Banana, Vegetable Oil {Coconut}, Sugar, Flavouring), Apple,
Kellogg's Fruit 'n Fibre Cereal (750g) was £2.50 now £2.00 Ingredients Wholewheat (68%), Dried Fruit (28%) {Raisins, Coconut, Banana (Banana, Vegetable Oil {Coconut}, Sugar, Flavouring), Apple,
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BT NEW BROADBAND SALE INCREASED £150 ! REWARD CARD + QUIDCO TCB CASHBACK UNLIMITED 52MB FIBRE BROADBAND AND LINE RENTAL = £29.99 PM WAS £39.99 £419.87

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New BT January Sale Offer Upto a third off broadband prices for new customers + £150 BT reward card. If you go through topcashback, there's a possible £60 cashback Unlimited Infinity 1 for £29.…
New BT January Sale Offer Upto a third off broadband prices for new customers + £150 BT reward card. If you go through topcashback, there's a possible £60 cashback Unlimited Infinity 1 for £29.…
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I got TV minimum, broadband they reckon is 50, anytime telephone calls package, plus a phone SIM (half price at £5 a month). All for £34.99 a month, £130 topcashback, £150 reward card.
However the adverts on the TV are now promoting £80 reward card :(
Hope I get the £150 promised on here !
Promised on here? If you went via TCB, it will be what was being paid in bonus at the specific time of ordering and signing up my friend.
Topcashback is tracking the £130 on my account..
BT order details advised me to apply for the. £150 reward card after installation.
Fingers crossed :)
Got your £150 card yet ?
Anyone seen the latest bt price rises?
billyboyjones
bigdaveplym
I got TV minimum, broadband they reckon is 50, anytime telephone calls package, plus a phone SIM (half price at £5 a month). All for £34.99 a month, £130 topcashback, £150 reward card.
However the adverts on the TV are now promoting £80 reward card :(
Hope I get the £150 promised on here !
Promised on here? If you went via TCB, it will be what was being paid in bonus at the specific time of ordering and signing up my friend.
Topcashback is tracking the £130 on my account..
BT order details advised me to apply for the. £150 reward card after installation.
Fingers crossed :)

Edited By: bigdaveplym on Jan 16, 2017 13:27
bigdaveplym
I got TV minimum, broadband they reckon is 50, anytime telephone calls package, plus a phone SIM (half price at £5 a month). All for £34.99 a month, £130 topcashback, £150 reward card.
However the adverts on the TV are now promoting £80 reward card :(
Hope I get the £150 promised on here !

Promised on here? If you went via TCB, it will be what was being paid in bonus at the specific time of ordering and signing up my friend.
I got TV minimum, broadband they reckon is 50, anytime telephone calls package, plus a phone SIM (half price at £5 a month). All for £34.99 a month, £130 topcashback, £150 reward card.
However the adverts on the TV are now promoting £80 reward card :(
Hope I get the £150 promised on here !
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Northwave Nirvana MTB Shoes 2016 £69.99 @ CRC chain reaction cycles with code JAN17 (£164.99 RRP with Carbon fibre sole)

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Decent reduction on RRP Have a pair of Northwave and they fit true to size
Decent reduction on RRP Have a pair of Northwave and they fit true to size
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Vodafone Fibre Broadband - 38Mbps £26/month (£26 x 18 month contract = £468.00)

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This sounds ok, but I'll be happy to be proven wrong. I'm currently with Virgin and they've said the cheapest they could do would be £32/month. This is for a 18 month contract and there is a £2…
This sounds ok, but I'll be happy to be proven wrong. I'm currently with Virgin and they've said the cheapest they could do would be £32/month. This is for a 18 month contract and there is a £2…
bresslaw73 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago52 Comments
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urgurinder
BT called back to offer landline + bt infinity 1 for 26 quid/month for a 12 month contract .... thst the best i could get out of them after negotiating for over a month... wondering if they can be pushed more so if anyone got a better retention deal with BT please let me know..
The standard offer for new customers is 26.99 for Infinity 1 + line but they get £125 card as well. I'd say that unless they can do a lot better you should go elsewhere. I'd be looking for free evening and weekends, TV or some money off as well. After all they probably won't send you a new router and don't have to give you a £125 mastercard.
They won't enter into negotiations about MasterCard or credit on account.. I had the Virgin £18/mth deal but it turns out the existing fibre to my property doesn't work. Virgin wants to pull my drive, relay new fibre and put back the drive... The engineer asked me to think about it because his words 'we'll do our best to put the drive back but we are no drive specialists'. Plus net will be cheaper but not significantly as 1 months worth of standard broadband charges (£26) and £7 delivery charges will halve it from £70... So sticking with them for another year with a little bit of air of resignation... At least their connection speed and service is good

Edited By: urgurinder on Jan 06, 2017 12:32
urgurinder
BT called back to offer landline + bt infinity 1 for 26 quid/month for a 12 month contract .... thst the best i could get out of them after negotiating for over a month... wondering if they can be pushed more so if anyone got a better retention deal with BT please let me know..

The standard offer for new customers is 26.99 for Infinity 1 + line but they get £125 card as well. I'd say that unless they can do a lot better you should go elsewhere. I'd be looking for free evening and weekends, TV or some money off as well. After all they probably won't send you a new router and don't have to give you a £125 mastercard.
ok thx. I can always use it in series with my wireless router
neas1983
Does anyone know if you can easily use your own router? SSE supply me with a usernme and password for the asus router i use.
Can you let me know how good the service is? I've been with SSE and its pretty shocking, 15 months in and only 3 months left on contract, so will be looking to switch away as soon as possible.
Unless you have evidence of someone from vodafone saying you can use your own router and will provide the username and password, no you will be forced to use their equipment. And you can't extract the password either, its encrypted.

Terms and conditions:
4.5 Regardless of whether we need to access your home to install a new line or if we’re taking over an existing line, we’ll send you the necessary Broadband Equipment which you’ll need to connect in order to access your Vodafone Broadband and Home Phone Services. You agree to follow any instructions provided to you by us in order to set up and connect the Broadband Equipment.

link to terms and conditions

Your connection is fine as long your line to the cabinet is not too long or not faulty. The problem is the router is pretty poor and locked down.
http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php/topic,18911.0.html
https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Pay-monthly-products-services/Vodafone-connect-router-DHCP-settings/td-p/2429735
BT called back to offer landline + bt infinity 1 for 26 quid/month for a 12 month contract .... thst the best i could get out of them after negotiating for over a month... wondering if they can be pushed more so if anyone got a better retention deal with BT please let me know..
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Fibre One 90 Calorie Lemon Drizzle Squares / Chocolate Fudge Brownies 5 x 24g was £2.89 now £1.00 (Rollback Deals) @ Asda

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Fibre One 90 Calorie Lemon Drizzle Squares Contains: Wheat, Eggs, Milk, Soya. May Contain: Nuts. Ingredients Chicory Root Extract , Wheat Flour , Sugar , Lemon Flavour Pieces (Sugar, Veget…
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sakthiash Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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I think they may have higher fibre than a slice of cheesecake! I've enjoyed these when I bought them previously. Individually wrapped - so handy to throw in your bag for a snack at work. A good price. Thanks
Looks tasty, but as usual the only reason they're "low calorie" is because of a small portion size. Fewer calories per 100g in Asda Lemon Cheesecake.
Love these! Thank you
:p yummy when it is on offer
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Staedtler 326WP20 Noris Club Fibre-Tip Pen with Wallet - Assorted Colours, Pack of 20 - £5.31 delivered @ sold by K Direct Amazon

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dvdvicar Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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5.03£ now
Thank you needed new pens for the colouring :p

Edited By: isamaramendonca1994 on Jan 03, 2017 01:19
repouk
Someone has undercut them by one pence, so £5.30 now :)
I posted it as 5.30 but a mod changed it for some reason :|
IWOOTN
think this was posted yesterday
Would you care to show where?
Someone has undercut them by one pence, so £5.30 now :)
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SPONTEX MOP MICRO FIBRE 50p DELIVERED AMAZON PRIME

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BARGAIN JUST APPLY THE £5 VOUCHER AT CHECKOUT WILL THEN BE 50p CAN ORDER 4 MAX SEPARATELY PER ACCOUNT SHOWING OOS BUT CAN STILL ORDER FOR NEXT STOCK £5 voucher shows under price just clic…
BARGAIN JUST APPLY THE £5 VOUCHER AT CHECKOUT WILL THEN BE 50p CAN ORDER 4 MAX SEPARATELY PER ACCOUNT SHOWING OOS BUT CAN STILL ORDER FOR NEXT STOCK £5 voucher shows under price just clic…
philkeable Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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no voucher for me either. anyone else have this on their account?
No voucher for me either!
No voucher
No voucher on mine either
vouchers arent account specific, they must be finished
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ASUS RT-AC51U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router for £20.69 Delivered at Currys/PCWorld

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USE CODE: NETWORKING10 for 10% off to make it £20.69 when you get through to checkout. Also possible to get FREE next day delivery when you select to specify delivery date. Pretty good deal if you
USE CODE: NETWORKING10 for 10% off to make it £20.69 when you get through to checkout. Also possible to get FREE next day delivery when you select to specify delivery date. Pretty good deal if you
Shakeyyy Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago53 Comments
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Shakeyyy
This deal is no longer available, but it's not a great router for those with internet faster than 25MB/s anyway. Can't expire this deal on my phone so if someone is willing to do it for me that would be brilliant

if the wan port is 100megabit / 12.5megabyte
it is good for internet up to 100megabit / 12.5megabyte

It is very simple


​Hey! Yeah I decided to take this back, bought a Netgear PL1000 powerline kit and works like a charm! Control panel says I'm on 1Gbps and download speed is my full download of 56MB/s. Very happy I bought powerline over a new router.
Shakeyyy
This deal is no longer available, but it's not a great router for those with internet faster than 25MB/s anyway. Can't expire this deal on my phone so if someone is willing to do it for me that would be brilliant

if the wan port is 100megabit / 12.5megabyte
it is good for internet up to 100megabit / 12.5megabyte

It is very simple

Edited By: Krizzo3 on Jan 02, 2017 13:12
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callum84
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sjr1974uk
https://www.asus.com/Networking/RTAC51U/specifications/
Not really for people wanting the best performance, it's severely limited by a 100mbit WAN interface port https://www.asus.com/Networking/RTAC51U/specifications/ why would Asus do this?! If it supports speeds up to 300mbs etc the wan port is under specification ???
Older Rt-n66u and the newer ac 66 posted earlier better for people who want the fastest throughout on their router but this is fine for casual users, no idea why Asus would cripple the WAN RJ45 port on this model though... Crazy
Would this then limit my internet speeds if I connected this to my virgin Superhub? I only want to use WiFi and no wired connections. My current speed is 50Mb, would this limit my speed to 10?
No you would get the full 50. In theory anyway. Closer to 100 and you would be pushing it.
Right gotcha. I'm currently on 325mbps and a download speed of 50MB. Hoping this router doesn't limit my speed. Also the RJ45 port says 10/100, not sure what that means? I take it this is the port where you would connect it to the Superhub?
10/100. Means 10Mbps or 100Mbps, whichever the device supports.
If you are on 325Mbps you really need a router with gigabit wan, 10/100/1000 otherwise your superhub will be connecting to your router with a severly limiting 100Mbps throughput.
So I won't get the full 325Mbps or 50MB download speed with this router? I'm so confused with all the numbers, sorry for being a pain. I just don't want to limit my download speed or bandwidth
No mate you definately wont.
Damn, looks like I'll be taking this back then. I'll try it and see what speeds I get, if I get capped at 12.5MB/s this is going straight back.
Hopefully Asus just got the specs wrong on their site, because there's no way you can advertise something as giving you up to 433Mbps speeds when it is actually impossible

Theoretically it can give you 433Mbps between WLAN devices, if it meets what the box says, which is most likley full of marketing **** and "up to" type of data.

Anyway give it a go and report back ;)
RT-AC51U: This model does not use Broadcom chipset and therefore cannot run Tomato firmware
Not tomato - no buy ;)
This deal is no longer available, but it's not a great router for those with internet faster than 25MB/s anyway. Can't expire this deal on my phone so if someone is willing to do it for me that would be brilliant
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ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router £80.99 at Amazon (awaiting stock but orderable)

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I saw the Currys deal appears to have ran out of stock for home delivery. If you don't mind waiting Amazon have price matched. Best get in quick before they realise Curry's don't have stock
I saw the Currys deal appears to have ran out of stock for home delivery. If you don't mind waiting Amazon have price matched. Best get in quick before they realise Curry's don't have stock
bowdown2thegame Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago32 Comments
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I now have the open reach modem and asus router, i am having trouble setting it up, i wondered if you followed an instruction video please?


Scorpion
themarrons
does this work with fibre? looking to extend the range in my house as my current one doesn't reach the house extension. thanks
It's a router, but doesn't include a fibre modem like the all in one boxes that Sky/BT/Virgin offer. That leaves you with a few options:
1.) Buy a fibre modem from Ebay or similar
2.) Connect this to your Sky/BT/Virgin hub and use the modem in that
3.) Buy the DSL version of this router which has a fibre modem built in
I used option 1.) when I got my one of these about three years ago. I then got a BT fibre modem from ebay for a tenner and hooked it up together. I've used it with Sky Fibre and BT Infinity, setup is pretty simple if you follow some of the online guides.

soton26
I strongly advise anyone against the DSL version, instead buy an Openreach HG612 from eBay and use in conjunction with this deal.
gwapenut
Not particularly impressed with amazon. Orderered in December, still not dispatched and won't be for a few days, and yet they're offering it today for next day delivery to new customers.
Very poor.
Mine arrived yesterday
Not particularly impressed with amazon. Orderered in December, still not dispatched and won't be for a few days, and yet they're offering it today for next day delivery to new customers.


Very poor.
Ordered 2 weeks ago but delivered today! Couldn't be happier with this, bargain of a price
They've just dispatched mine
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Plusnet Unlimited Fibre Broadband £22.50/Month (includes line rental) + Possible £75 cashback

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Plusnet are (until 10th Jan) currently offering Unlimited Fibre Broadband for £25/Month on an 18 month contract (price includes line rental). However if you pay the line rental up-front for a year (Li…
Plusnet are (until 10th Jan) currently offering Unlimited Fibre Broadband for £25/Month on an 18 month contract (price includes line rental). However if you pay the line rental up-front for a year (Li…
hgthompson Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago24 Comments
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I'm thinking about this but I've heard they cap the line at times. Is this correct?
apparently its £60
quidco showing as £10 though surely that can't be right!
Showing as £23 per month now...5 days 13 hrs left, tempted to go for this currently with BT.
hgthompson
Back up to £27.50 per month now :(
Still not charging a set up fee though ( just the £6.99 router delivery charge )
I am surprised seeing that all the major players have gone down the set up charge route to claw back extra money ( £59 at Sky or BT , £50 at Talk Talk)

The £18.40 per month deal from Sky ( through money saving expert ) is now the best current offer - even factoring in no-cashback and the £59 set up fee.
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ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router was £99.99 now £80.99 delivered with code @ Currys **Cheapest**

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- For cable and fibre optic broadband - AC 1900 - Dual-band (2.4 GHz & 5 GHz) - Ideal for connecting more than 20 devices Use code "NETWORKING10" to bring down the price.
- For cable and fibre optic broadband - AC 1900 - Dual-band (2.4 GHz & 5 GHz) - Ideal for connecting more than 20 devices Use code "NETWORKING10" to bring down the price.
vassy4u Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago145 Comments
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doesn't seem to be available anymore.

Is it just the BT openreach fibre modem I need if I was to use this(echolife or eci).
lump
Currys customer service being as shocking as ever. I ordered mine Thursday evening for next day delivery to store, and it still hasn't arrived yet.
I dread to think how long the Yoga I ordered will take to come. The delivery reference they've provided for that shows the item as being delivered to an address 200 miles away last April :/

Still don't have my money back! Currys CS is absolutely shocking
What's the best firmware for best WiFi range? There was 1 that removed 80% restriction forgot which now
Can third party firmware be installed on the E1 version?
easymoney
FatherTed
Got mine today and noticed it is the newer E1 hardware revision which runs at 1000Mhz whereas the one I paid £100 for from Amazon last week was an older A1 revision from 2015 which runs at 800Mhz.
I don't expect to notice a difference but still nice to have a newer one :p
​How do you find out this information, I bought one as well in this deal thanks

If you have a look at the white sticker on the back it will tell you the hardware version.

https://i2.wp.com/www.eteknix.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Asus_RT-AC68U_WAN.jpg?w=800

In the picture it shows A1.. mine from Amazon is also the newer E1 version
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BT January Sale upto 1/3 off for New customers + £125 BT reward card + possible £60 cashback. Unlimited 52mb fibre broadband + line rental = £29.99 per month was £39.99

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BT January Sale is on despite it being December Upto a third off broadband prices for new customers + £125 BT reward card. If you go through topcashback, there's a possible £60 cashback I've go…
dougrobbins78 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago121 Comments
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Bizarrely, BT is only allowing me to select a 'Faster Broadband' package after submitting my details and doing a number/post code check - it wont let me order an Infinity package. This is despite me currently having Sky Fibre! The offers will be gone by the time I'm able to contact them tomorrow, which is a shame.

Sky aren't being helpful with any offers either - any other recommendations or should I just wait to see what else comes up? I've spent the past few years with Sky (O2 before that) usually paying around £20 a month for Fibre and Line Rental, but they didn't offer me anything better than BT this year. I'm currently paying full price for the first time in a while!
draeburn78
shug119
Got a BT deal broadband and TV, £150 reward card, broadband up and running, not sett up tv ,as I have sky tv for another few weeks.
Claimed my rewards card , but only showing as £100.
Does the tv have to be up and running to get the full amount ?
​did u get this online or by calling
Online , January sale, through TCB
shug119
Got a BT deal broadband and TV, £150 reward card, broadband up and running, not sett up tv ,as I have sky tv for another few weeks.
Claimed my rewards card , but only showing as £100.
Does the tv have to be up and running to get the full amount ?


​did u get this online or by calling
Got a BT deal broadband and TV, £150 reward card, broadband up and running, not sett up tv ,as I have sky tv for another few weeks.
Claimed my rewards card , but only showing as £100.
Does the tv have to be up and running to get the full amount ?
shug119
dougrobbins78
Anyone who took up this deal; please remember to manually redeem your bt reward card after broadband had been installed
Has it got to be up and running before you claim ?

Yes :)
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j0sentina Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago1 Comment
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alright if you need them all but may be better off buying individually just what you need.
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ASUS RT-AC5300 Wireless Cable & Fibre Router @ Currys for £279.99

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Was: £349.99 Now: £279.99 Was £399.99 (from 28/10/16 to 24/11/16)
Was: £349.99 Now: £279.99 Was £399.99 (from 28/10/16 to 24/11/16)
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When I turn mine upside down in my hand to mount it to the ceiling, it gives me the creeps......

http://www.geek.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/arachnophobia-head.jpg
It looks like my hand after that unfortunate 'barbecue incident'.
gold3n_dragon
I find Asus router always good. only the problem is the wi-fi range is quite bad. I have Asus rtac88u and never lose connection even streaming 4k youtube videos and play game at the same time. so hot for this deal
Merry Christmas borat mate.
Same price on Amazon although not sure what could possibly justify a £300 router...
I find Asus router always good. only the problem is the wi-fi range is quite bad. I have Asus rtac88u and never lose connection even streaming 4k youtube videos and play game at the same time. so hot for this deal