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67 mbps FTTC Broadband - First 3 months £21.99 and Remaining 15 months £24.99 (18 month Contract) - Origin Broadband
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67 mbps FTTC Broadband - First 3 months £21.99 and Remaining 15 months £24.99 (18 month Contract) - Origin Broadband

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Posted 25th Jan

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Seems to be a good deal for fast 67 Mbps fibre to the cabinet broadband, on an 18 month contract.

£21.99 per month for the first three months and then £24.99 per month for the remaining fifteen months of the contract, totalling £440.82 over the eighteen month contract.

£40.50 cashback is available if you go via Quidco and then click on the price comparison site "Broadband Genie" and sign up through them.
(Origin do not offer direct cashback themselves.)
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Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) involves running fibre optic cables from the telephone exchange or distribution point to the street cabinets which then connect to a standard phone line to provide broadband.

This is combined with a copper cable from the cabinet to the home or business which uses VDSL or similar technology that can deliver much faster speeds over shorter distances.
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8 Comments
Seems a bad deal!

I have Vodafone, connected at 68.8 MBPS - £21 per month, (£3 less if had been a voda mobile customer), £80 cashback @ quidco 18 month contract.
Fttp is pretty expensive atm so this is a decent deal. I got 150mb from bt for 39.99 per month but fttp needs more competition to bring prices down. The openreach engineer said sky were going to offer fttp soon so fingers crossed.
groenleader25/01/2020 15:04

Seems a bad deal! I have Vodafone, connected at 68.8 MBPS - £21 per month, …Seems a bad deal! I have Vodafone, connected at 68.8 MBPS - £21 per month, (£3 less if had been a voda mobile customer), £80 cashback @ quidco 18 month contract.


Vodafone would have terrible latency since it’s over a mobile network. Absolutely horrible when playing games online
Bilal_Muhammed29/01/2020 22:30

Vodafone would have terrible latency since it’s over a mobile network. A …Vodafone would have terrible latency since it’s over a mobile network. Absolutely horrible when playing games online


Vodafone offers a broadband connection through your open reach line just like bt, sky or talktalk. It’s not a wireless 3G/4g/5g service
ecraigy31/01/2020 18:19

Vodafone offers a broadband connection through your open reach line just …Vodafone offers a broadband connection through your open reach line just like bt, sky or talktalk. It’s not a wireless 3G/4g/5g service


Ohhhh. I didn’t know that. Might have to try Vodafone
Bilal_Muhammed31/01/2020 18:39

Ohhhh. I didn’t know that. Might have to try Vodafone


Have been with them for just over 2 years and no complaints on speed.
If one criticism, We we had an outage in the whole area and their customer service was pretty dire. It was good when they actually were prepared to talk with me, but they couldn’t quite believe that I was their customer and couldn’t find me on their system. They eventually found me using the same details provided. That’s my only criticism.

i used to be an origin customer and would return to them in a heartbeat. Their service, speed, router, and honest approach was excellent.
Vodafone’s CustmrSrv is worst than TalkTalk.
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