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Posted 30th Jul 2019Edited by:"seaniboy"

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Mods now you reactivated two days later and it’s £1 cheaper - you might wanna crop the pic
seaniboy30/07/2019 23:53

Mods now you reactivated two days later and it’s £1 cheaper - you might wa …Mods now you reactivated two days later and it’s £1 cheaper - you might wanna crop the pic


Forget that, done it myself & changed it to the new price pic, a lot faster done myself might wanna check reactivation pics in future tho mods.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 30th Jul 2019
Vodi is cheaper
George20019131/07/2019 00:13

Vodi is cheaper


Yes but for some reason they want to charge for additional line install at £60, even though my current fiber+home phone package is active with NowTv !

P
Edited by: "pill" 31st Jul 2019
Why are all these new contracts 18 months now, is this the new norm? I get mobile phone 18/24 months contracts to pay off the phone but there’s hardly a big initial cost for EE.
rhysccfc3131/07/2019 01:02

Why are all these new contracts 18 months now, is this the new norm? I …Why are all these new contracts 18 months now, is this the new norm? I get mobile phone 18/24 months contracts to pay off the phone but there’s hardly a big initial cost for EE.


Fibre is generally 18m always has been
pill31/07/2019 00:53

Yes but for some reason they want to charge for additional line install at …Yes but for some reason they want to charge for additional line install at £60, even though my current fiber+home phone package is active with NowTv !P



Sky LLU then - EE being BTdon’t charge a handback to BT equipment in the exchange
Edited by: "seaniboy" 31st Jul 2019
seaniboy31/07/2019 02:38

Fibre is generally 18m always has been


My Sky fiber has always been 12.
seaniboy31/07/2019 02:38

Voda has a terrible router


Could always get a better router and use it. Can even use an old isp router by changing some of it's settings.
seaniboy31/07/2019 02:38

Voda has a terrible router


Yeah it's not the best, though they will let you use your own. I had some issues and they even gave me some bill credit towards buying my own. Can't complain too much
888eyeball31/07/2019 05:21

My Sky fiber has always been 12.


It's 18 months now when I moved house recently, even though I'd been with Sky for years.
Ok team, Vodafone v EE v NowTV offerings considering quality and customer service issues - which one ?
jillamyalice31/07/2019 09:50

Ok team, Vodafone v EE v NowTV offerings considering quality and customer …Ok team, Vodafone v EE v NowTV offerings considering quality and customer service issues - which one ?


My BT contract ends on Thursday, I'm unsure where to opt for, too. I've had no problems with BT, but they are more expensive than others out there.
Had EE was not working they sent bt engineer who checked line and exchange still not working then they sent another router and changed the socket still not working. EE gave up and agreed to cancel early without fees.
jillamyalice31/07/2019 09:50

Ok team, Vodafone v EE v NowTV offerings considering quality and customer …Ok team, Vodafone v EE v NowTV offerings considering quality and customer service issues - which one ?


EE, best of a bad bunch, Now TV os offshore hopeless help and Vodafone router is pants, this is based on observations of HUKD members.

My own EE broadband previously was excellent and this was just after EE came into being. My only problem was the offshore tech team, I believe it’s now U.K. based tech staff.

I don’t however recommend the expensive EE mobile network, absolute poor performance regionally for me.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 31st Jul 2019
ahenners31/07/2019 08:25

Yeah it's not the best, though they will let you use your own. I had some …Yeah it's not the best, though they will let you use your own. I had some issues and they even gave me some bill credit towards buying my own. Can't complain too much



And that’s great for those who have capacity or understanding of exchanging and setting up a router than plug & play switching providers. Almost people are clueless about setting up their own even when it’s easy to find out.
maze268031/07/2019 10:05

Had EE was not working they sent bt engineer who checked line and exchange …Had EE was not working they sent bt engineer who checked line and exchange still not working then they sent another router and changed the socket still not working. EE gave up and agreed to cancel early without fees.


Ahhh outsourcing of Openreach staff, fantastic isn’t it, well done BT, these enhancements really are working and weren’t about saving money at all.
Seagull31/07/2019 09:55

My BT contract ends on Thursday, I'm unsure where to opt for, too. I've …My BT contract ends on Thursday, I'm unsure where to opt for, too. I've had no problems with BT, but they are more expensive than others out there.


Easy switch to EE, it is BT lol you won’t even need to plug in the EE router it will all swap over and just work.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 31st Jul 2019
I just joined EE fibre goes live today actually, I got it for £23 on offer from an EE store, the assistant even gave me a Google home mini to sweeten the deal. Having the extra 5gb data on my data too is a nice added bonus
seaniboy31/07/2019 02:39

Sky LLU then - EE being BTdon’t charge a handback to BT equipment in the e …Sky LLU then - EE being BTdon’t charge a handback to BT equipment in the exchange


Does that mean that all (except maybe Sky) will charge £60, to move from NowTv?
And is Sky a different "supplier?" Or will they treat me like an existing customer as NowTv is their company?

P
pill31/07/2019 14:25

Does that mean that all (except maybe Sky) will charge £60, to move from …Does that mean that all (except maybe Sky) will charge £60, to move from NowTv? And is Sky a different "supplier?" Or will they treat me like an existing customer as NowTv is their company? P


Pretty much most charge LLU handbacks unless you find a promo (which terms prob exclude LLU).


I’ve seen i here Now charge Sky customers to move even though it’s the same parent company.
seaniboy31/07/2019 12:49

EE, best of a bad bunch, Now TV os offshore hopeless help and Vodafone …EE, best of a bad bunch, Now TV os offshore hopeless help and Vodafone router is pants, this is based on observations of HUKD members. My own EE broadband previously was excellent and this was just after EE came into being. My only problem was the offshore tech team, I believe it’s now U.K. based tech staff.I don’t however recommend the expensive EE mobile network, absolute poor performance regionally for me.


Great response so thank you.I was concerned about the Now TV CS as you highlight as there are a lot of negative reports on broadband review sites but the limited 12 month contract was appealing as an option to exit. Would have happily taken a sky service but unfortunately they are currently not competitive at the minute pushing business to their Now TV offering.
jillamyalice31/07/2019 14:57

Great response so thank you.I was concerned about the Now TV CS as you …Great response so thank you.I was concerned about the Now TV CS as you highlight as there are a lot of negative reports on broadband review sites but the limited 12 month contract was appealing as an option to exit. Would have happily taken a sky service but unfortunately they are currently not competitive at the minute pushing business to their Now TV offering.


No worries

Let us know how you get on with your choice
Only 36 Mb/s for£26
vasya31/07/2019 17:10

Only 36 Mb/s …Only 36 Mb/s for£26


And £120 Amazon credit
Edited by: "seaniboy" 31st Jul 2019
seaniboy31/07/2019 17:10

And £120 Amazon credit



They can *forget* to pay it to you.
Is it possible to chose start date?
vasya31/07/2019 17:15

Is it possible to chose start date?


It used to be... after you place the order a date change should be fine over the phone
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They will do anything not to give you that £120 voucher.
vasya31/07/2019 20:36

[Image] They will do anything not to give you that £120 voucher.


Assume it’s weekend calls includedas you can’t buy weekend calls on Fibre 38194113-L7GS6.jpg
vasya31/07/2019 17:13

They can *forget* to pay it to you.




That doesn’t wash with HUKDers, simply chase it up, they VC confirm orders via email
Thanks OP. We decided to go with this offer and our switch date from BT is 16 August.
Seagull02/08/2019 10:58

Thanks OP. We decided to go with this offer and our switch date from BT …Thanks OP. We decided to go with this offer and our switch date from BT is 16 August.


No worries.
Anyone know if you can go for the offer but have it booked in like 2 months in advance for example when my current Virgin deal runs out?
Ergolite04/08/2019 08:04

Anyone know if you can go for the offer but have it booked in like 2 …Anyone know if you can go for the offer but have it booked in like 2 months in advance for example when my current Virgin deal runs out?


Yes you can hold the takeover date by calling after you order if EE have taken the date choice away online they had years ago.

Sky used to allow the same option at order but think they removed it also.

All this tech and they make things harder...
Are they charging £50 for a new line with this one?
ryanprice0304/08/2019 16:03

Are they charging £50 for a new line with this one?


Guess that depends on line status
seaniboy04/08/2019 16:04

Guess that depends on line status



Yeah after entering postcode I get:

  • Free set-up
  • New line engineer charge of £50 applies

Not really free is it.
ryanprice0304/08/2019 16:15

Yeah after entering postcode I get:Free set-up …Yeah after entering postcode I get:Free set-up New line engineer charge of £50 applies Not really free is it.


Ah that’s a new line charge, that’s a Fibre install charge that’s £10 I assume


Have you a active line ? Sounds confusing what’s it’s reporting if you do
Edited by: "seaniboy" 4th Aug 2019
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