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17Mb BB £10.74/month/ 38Mb £16.74/ 76Mb £20.74/month @ Shell Energy via MSE inc £75 Bill Credit
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17Mb BB £10.74/month/ 38Mb £16.74/ 76Mb £20.74/month @ Shell Energy via MSE inc £75 Bill Credit

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Posted 29th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Fantastic Deal via MSE (even the pre bill credit prices are the lowest I could find!)

Shell Energy Broadband -

Prices below are after your £75 Bill Credit (Which is paid very quickly by end of Dec)

17Mb £10.74/month (£16.99 Pre - bill credit)
38Mb £16.74/month (£22.99 pre - bill credit)
76Mb £20.74/month (£26.99 pre - bill credit)

No activation fee. Just a 12m contract!!
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FYI, I signed Up yesterday and received confirmation that the £75 credit will be paid by the end of January, not December (doesn't bother me, but thought I'd let y'all know)
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I don’t like these “prices after cashback”
Thats the way HUKD displays it on all CBACK deals
Decent deal. I recently signed up for 76MB for £20/month with Vodafone, plus got a free Echo Plus (RRP £139.99) and £42 cashback from TCB.
KingCampo29/10/2019 08:05

Decent deal. I recently signed up for 76MB for £20/month with Vodafone, …Decent deal. I recently signed up for 76MB for £20/month with Vodafone, plus got a free Echo Plus (RRP £139.99) and £42 cashback from TCB.



Where did you find that deals, and how is Vodafone broadband?
Does the Vodafone BB deal require a BT phone line ?
How much do they collect by direct debit. i.e. what is the monthly cost?
Cuddl3s29/10/2019 08:11

Where did you find that deals, and how is Vodafone broadband?


I signed up in August, switched last month. Saw deal on here (of course!). I moved from 200MB service with VirginMedia, so was a bit nervous about it, but so far I've been impressed with Vodafone. There's 6 in my family and my daughters stream Netflix, YouTube etc all the time and it copes well.
buckfast67uk29/10/2019 08:18

How much do they collect by direct debit. i.e. what is the monthly cost?


In the description
I’ve been quoted £16.99 for 3mb via the link provided
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I have these guys for my energy as was moved to them when my last supplier was brought out by them. Its still a no penalty get out contract so as energy prices are still static will stay in,

They have been sending me this deal as well but I have Sky for £20 including line rental which is thier Superfast package and I get 60-64mb/s on average. I had to haggle to get the package as always.,
bravo2zero129/10/2019 09:12

I’ve been quoted £16.99 for 3mb via the link provided [Image]


That's the advertised "17Mb" deal (which they are allowed to do) but the 3Mb is what ure line can support.
Edited by: "samspud" 29th Oct
FYI, I signed Up yesterday and received confirmation that the £75 credit will be paid by the end of January, not December (doesn't bother me, but thought I'd let y'all know)
TCB
KingCampo29/10/2019 08:05

Decent deal. I recently signed up for 76MB for £20/month with Vodafone, …Decent deal. I recently signed up for 76MB for £20/month with Vodafone, plus got a free Echo Plus (RRP £139.99) and £42 cashback from TCB.



Vodafone are "clowns". I signed up they cancelled claiming OpenReach cannot provide Fibre. I already had Fibre and OpenReach confirmed Vodafone could provide Fibre to me. Their website consistently allowed me to order.
In the end CISAS awarded me £100 compensation.
anyone know what network shell uses? openreach, talktalk, vodaphone?
Just pulled up at my local Vodafone store and asked them to fill her .....blank looks???

Am i missing something??
Edited by: "mtcleaning83_." 29th Oct
Common.Sense29/10/2019 09:54

Vodafone are "clowns". I signed up they cancelled claiming OpenReach …Vodafone are "clowns". I signed up they cancelled claiming OpenReach cannot provide Fibre. I already had Fibre and OpenReach confirmed Vodafone could provide Fibre to me. Their website consistently allowed me to order.In the end CISAS awarded me £100 compensation.



I'm with Vodafone and the broadband service is attrocious. Speed is fine, but even just browsing the news, links will constantly not open - I switch wi-fi off and go to 4G and everything works perfectly.
Common.Sense29/10/2019 09:54

Vodafone are "clowns". I signed up they cancelled claiming OpenReach …Vodafone are "clowns". I signed up they cancelled claiming OpenReach cannot provide Fibre. I already had Fibre and OpenReach confirmed Vodafone could provide Fibre to me. Their website consistently allowed me to order.In the end CISAS awarded me £100 compensation.


Oops! Moving broadband providers can be tricky, I had a blip with my engineer visit for Vodafone (they cancelled twice before they came at 3rd booking). However, to be fair to Vodafone the issue was BT OpenReach who kept remotely deciding I didn't need an engineer visit and cancelling it despite the fact (as verified when they did turn up the 3rd time) that I did need an engineer as Vodafone had instructed them. Vodafone gave me compensation and I didn't have a lack of service as I'd planned an overlap between losing Virgin cable service and starting with Voda.
ws00729/10/2019 09:55

anyone know what network shell uses? openreach, talktalk, vodaphone?


Open reach
Seems good deal
I was tempted by this deal right up until I started to look into some reviews of Shell Broadband.

They don't seem to have the best reviews from a router (doesn't seem to offer 802.11ac) or a speed perspective.

Of course, there is always the issue of people writing reviews when things go wrong, but I'm not sure I'd want to commit 12 months to a company that isn't using wifi tech that's already been around for years.
Disco.Dave29/10/2019 10:30

Worth a try



Can't use TCB as you have to use the link provided by MSE they must be getting a referral fee,but at least the bill credit is guaranteed & it's not paid in amazon vouchers
batemansxxxb29/10/2019 11:29

Can't use TCB as you have to use the link provided by MSE they must be …Can't use TCB as you have to use the link provided by MSE they must be getting a referral fee,but at least the bill credit is guaranteed & it's not paid in amazon vouchers


Good shout
Lol at the giy with 3-5mb download hahahaha
Was with Vodafone, will move to this thanks for sharing
Was with Vodafone for 18 months, no issues with them all that time.

Had to switch and chose this deal, already some issues: cannot choose your switching date (2 weeks seems to be their SLA) they sent me calling back Vodafone as they could not take over the line, Vodafone told me to get back to them and then they decided to change my landline number for it to work... Merry round about already for 3 hours... Got to see where this is heading, the £75 credit is getting me nervous? Will they change my direct debit to reflect this or refund me at some point???
Edited by: "dealcatcherer" 29th Oct
dealcatcherer29/10/2019 18:36

Was with Vodafone for 18 months, no issues with them all that time.Had to …Was with Vodafone for 18 months, no issues with them all that time.Had to switch and chose this deal, already some issues: cannot choose your switching date (2 weeks seems to be their SLA) they sent me calling back Vodafone as they could not take over the line, Vodafone told me to get back to them and then they decided to change my landline number for it to work... Merry round about already for 3 hours... Got to see where this is heading, the £75 credit is getting me nervous? Will they change my direct debit to reflect this or refund me at some point???


I was offered a choice online and picked 2/12 due to hols. Are u saying u weren't offered the choice at all or were but then contacted to day couldn't have the date?

Tia
samspud29/10/2019 19:54

I was offered a choice online and picked 2/12 due to hols. Are u saying u …I was offered a choice online and picked 2/12 due to hols. Are u saying u weren't offered the choice at all or were but then contacted to day couldn't have the date?Tia


No choice at all...
Common.Sense29/10/2019 09:48

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Where do you get this from? I can only find £18 a month for basic broadband and no mention of free calls.

Edit: Oh, I see it, in the cashback web pages! Strange can't find mention of free calls on Now TV's website though.
Edited by: "Reebok.Ron" 30th Oct
Reebok.Ron30/10/2019 07:32

Where do you get this from? I can only find £18 a month for basic …Where do you get this from? I can only find £18 a month for basic broadband and no mention of free calls. Edit: Oh, I see it, in the cashback web pages! Strange can't find mention of free calls on Now TV's website though.


The page states:

  • Average 11Mbps download speed (joke - more like 3 Mbps)
  • Totally unlimited broadband
  • Includes Anytime Calls
  • £0 set up & £0 postal & package

£90 Quidco Cashback. Works our £10.50 a month.

No voice mail and no SMTP server for emails.
Price rise within contract.
Cuddl3s29/10/2019 08:11

Where did you find that deals, and how is Vodafone broadband?


They are fantastic 76 mg for 24 pound
most complicated deal I ever seen
I dont know how it is made hot!"
baker23431/10/2019 21:21

most complicated deal I ever seenI dont know how it is made hot!"


How's taking out broadband complicated?
What router does Shell Broadband offer with this deal?

I've noticed many of the these smaller cheaper companies offer pretty awful routers, like OneStream who give you an awful Technicolor router. Only live in a small house and never had issues with routers before, but this one just stepping outside of the room where the router is and you are down to half signal strength and going up stairs the signal drops off all together. Been sent another router with exactly same issue and tried many changes in the settings with the same problems.
I had problems from the start so contacted them within the 14 days to leave. After many attempts I still haven't heard anything back so I'm stuck with it not knowing if I can cancel and move or not without being penalised. I've also explained I am disabled stuck in bed and really could do without this.
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