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Free Google Home Hub with Unlimited broadband and phone £20 / 12 months at John Lewis Broadband

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Posted 8th Aug 2019

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Free Google Home Hub with cheap John Lewis Broadband

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Free Google Home Hub with Unlimited broadband and phone £20.00 a month 12 month contract

  • 10Mb average download speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Router and Evening and Weekend call plan included
  • 24/7 freephone UK customer support
  • No activation charges or usage caps
  • Free Google Home Hub
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Only 10mb sspeed? Can be better.
There's more options. Like fibre optic plan. Link johnlewisbroadband.com/
Edited by: "TomB4N4N" 8th Aug 2019
TCB £50
sheffield78808/08/2019 18:15

Only 10mb sspeed? Can be better.


There’s exchanges where that’s 20 times more than the maximum speed
seaniboy08/08/2019 21:30

There’s exchanges where that’s 20 times more than the maximum speed


Well, I can tell you, when I was paying for 38mb with Vodafone, this is what I received. When I paid for 56mb, again, this is what I received. So, do not know it matters if the exchange supports higher speed.
sheffield78808/08/2019 21:35

Well, I can tell you, when I was paying for 38mb with Vodafone, this is …Well, I can tell you, when I was paying for 38mb with Vodafone, this is what I received. When I paid for 56mb, again, this is what I received. So, do not know it matters if the exchange supports higher speed.



Im in a city where one exchange hasn’t full fibre rolled out, the rest have for 7 years. London there are still plenty exchanges where ADSL and no fibre exists. Sheffield maybe lucky but there are plenty cities not so, never mind the rural and dial up exchanges where Three unlimited & now Vodafone are the only fully viable options.

Fortunately it’s seems you are spoilt for choice on your exchange.

10Meg is actually the average it’s ADSL2+ capable IF your exchange/line supports upto 24 meg
Edited by: "seaniboy" 8th Aug 2019
TomB4N4N08/08/2019 18:22

There's more options. Like fibre optic plan. Link …There's more options. Like fibre optic plan. Link https://www.johnlewisbroadband.com/


Add free Google Home Hub to description
seaniboy08/08/2019 21:48

Im in a city where one exchange hasn’t full fibre rolled out, the rest h …Im in a city where one exchange hasn’t full fibre rolled out, the rest have for 7 years. London there are still plenty exchanges where ADSL and no fibre exists. Sheffield maybe lucky but there are plenty cities not so, never mind the rural and dial up exchanges where Three unlimited & now Vodafone are the only fully viable options. Fortunately it’s seems you are spoilt for choice on your exchange.10Meg is actually the average it’s ADSL2+ capable IF your exchange/line supports upto 24 meg


Well, I was getting about 1mb with Talk Talk before joining Vodafone. This was relatively recently. I was hoping for Virgin, sadly they do not cover my area. The English invented the world wide web, and unfortunately this is where the story ended. In Eastern Europe you can't get under 100 mb speed unless you really live in a remote location. I am sure in western Europe is the same story, can't believe there are so many places in the UK you can't get fibre. Never mind that the optic fibre in The UK is not really true optic fibre.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th Aug 2019
sheffield78808/08/2019 21:57

Well, I was getting about 1mb with Talk Talk before joining Vodafone. This …Well, I was getting about 1mb with Talk Talk before joining Vodafone. This was relatively recently. I was hoping for Virgin, sadly they do not cover my area. The English invented the world wide web, and unfortunately this is where the story ended. In Eastern Europe you can't get under 100 mb speed unless you really live in a remote location. I am sure in western Europe is the same story, can't believe there are so many places in the UK you can't get fibre. Never mind that the optic fibre in The UK is not really true optic fibre.


U.K. has the worst in all the charts EU, G8 blah blah... sold off BT and we taxpayers have been subsidising broadband roll out since - to a dismal 20 meg minimum by 2121


Oh yeah Tit Tit - slows data right down so you consume less
Edited by: "seaniboy" 8th Aug 2019
seaniboy08/08/2019 21:49

And downloading over streaming


...downlading ....................................................................................................................................................... still downlading
EzDeal1808/08/2019 22:21

...downlading …...downlading ....................................................................................................................................................... still downlading


10megs isn’t 3G 384kbps
EzDeal1808/08/2019 22:24

but £20?



Some people like Co-op or Partnerships over shareholders, with cash back £190 isn’t a vast amount and it benefits staff not corporate shareholders banking on dividends, that’s a major selling point of JL
This is real bad speed for the money!
mahmouddiaa08/08/2019 20:54

TCB £50


Be careful. I ended up with a google home mini but TCB didn't track.
acj774409/08/2019 08:28

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.comOuch.That website just …https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.comOuch.That website just hates everything.


I was going to post the same thing. I'm sure you'll find tonnes of people on this website that will be swear by JL, but Trustpilot paints a widely different picture.
seaniboy08/08/2019 22:00

U.K. has the worst in all the charts EU, G8 blah blah... sold off BT and …U.K. has the worst in all the charts EU, G8 blah blah... sold off BT and we taxpayers have been subsidising broadband roll out since - to a dismal 20 meg minimum by 2121 Oh yeah Tit Tit - slows data right down so you consume less


do not worry it will be much better after 31 Oct
EzDeal1809/08/2019 12:48

do not worry it will be much better after 31 Oct



Aye, Wales and Scotland can’t say that about the roads the EU pay for
greg66609/08/2019 02:19

This is real bad speed for the money!


Upto 24 megs for £20 isn’t bad at all
Im thinking of going for the Fibre option - anyone have any experience of their modem? Or can i use by BT Smart hub or Sky-Q modem?

P
seaniboy09/08/2019 12:50

Upto 24 megs for £20 isn’t bad at all


Totally disagree!

However, I know that not everyone has the chance to use fibre due to availability.
Coming up to switch season, my deal with now broadband ends in September. Looking for fibre deal
pill09/08/2019 14:13

Im thinking of going for the Fibre option - anyone have any experience of …Im thinking of going for the Fibre option - anyone have any experience of their modem? Or can i use by BT Smart hub or Sky-Q modem?P


I’ve just signed up to this as we had JL before and were pleased with it. The modem was good (don’t know if it’s still the same model).
It was always better than sky which is who were with now.
10mb?! What is this 2009? I get 88mb on my phone
seaniboy09/08/2019 12:50

Upto 24 megs for £20 isn’t bad at all


Nope. A guaranteed 24mbps for £20 ain't bad. I don't like the "upto" part very much though.

We had "upto" 36mbps with sky. BT engineer said we had a good solid line and could easily get 40mbps. We were lucky to get 16mbps on a good day. Come dinner time that would drop considerably. Despite all that their Sky Q system worked really well.

We have now moved back to VM for our heavily overpriced but guaranteed 100mbps BB but we are the lucky ones ?
GrumpyJo10/08/2019 08:00

Nope. A guaranteed 24mbps for £20 ain't bad. I don't like the "upto" part …Nope. A guaranteed 24mbps for £20 ain't bad. I don't like the "upto" part very much though.We had "upto" 36mbps with sky. BT engineer said we had a good solid line and could easily get 40mbps. We were lucky to get 16mbps on a good day. Come dinner time that would drop considerably. Despite all that their Sky Q system worked really well.We have now moved back to VM for our heavily overpriced but guaranteed 100mbps BB but we are the lucky ones ?


Location dependent, I got 16 on Sky BB, but steam 4K and got full 24 meg.

Lucky indeed, Virgin BB footprint is more limited than Three signal
sheffield78808/08/2019 21:35

Well, I can tell you, when I was paying for 38mb with Vodafone, this is …Well, I can tell you, when I was paying for 38mb with Vodafone, this is what I received. When I paid for 56mb, again, this is what I received. So, do not know it matters if the exchange supports higher speed.


If a line can achieve 80mbps for example but the customer is only paying for 40mbps the profile of the line is set to only give them 40mbps.

You can usually tell if your line can achieve quicker speed than what you’re currently paying for if the noise margins are high.
I have bought lots of stuff from John Lewis but broadband never.Horrendous reviews uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com so even with the freebies your going to be pulling your hair out in due course. Piggybacked to Plusnet well that says it all. They are all dreadful but BT/Virgin are probably the best of a bad lot. At least you will get decent speeds and relatively decent support especially with BT.
If you do go to BT you can negotiate some cheap packages. Ask for free add-ons such as BT sport etc. If you are a new customer you can really push them on price and extras. Make sure anything figure they quote includes line rental.
John Lewis are fine. Unlike the prehistoric speeds on offer here. Up to 500mb broadband here that usually sits around 440-460. Can’t imagine what 10mb would be like.

My mobile is 70-80mb. Meanwhile the U.K. are wasting money on an expensive, undeliverable Brexit. Shame really.
John Lewis Broadband ....81% customer dissatisfaction
Plusnet Broadband ..........83% customer dissatisfaction.

You have been warned. Also beware of self-promotion. Not allowed on HUKD but it happens.
sheffield78808/08/2019 21:57

Well, I was getting about 1mb with Talk Talk before joining Vodafone. This …Well, I was getting about 1mb with Talk Talk before joining Vodafone. This was relatively recently. I was hoping for Virgin, sadly they do not cover my area. The English invented the world wide web, and unfortunately this is where the story ended. In Eastern Europe you can't get under 100 mb speed unless you really live in a remote location. I am sure in western Europe is the same story, can't believe there are so many places in the UK you can't get fibre. Never mind that the optic fibre in The UK is not really true optic fibre.


Correction, The English did not invent the World Wide Web just saying ....
koalauk10/08/2019 10:29

Correction, The English did not invent the World Wide Web just saying …Correction, The English did not invent the World Wide Web just saying ....


Tim Berners-Lee?
sheffield78810/08/2019 11:13

Tim Berners-Lee?


He's English, but was working for CERN at the time, who built the first website, so I don't know if you'd say it's English or Swiss. The intellectual property would probably belong to the Swiss? Don't know.
What's up with all these companies pushing these spy devices?
eset1234510/08/2019 13:01

What's up with all these companies pushing these spy devices?


Is it fair to assume that you don't carry a mobile phone either then?
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