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Talk talk up  to 38mb fibre broadband deal - £25 per month with £70 egift (essentially £19.17) @ talk talk with giftcloud
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Get a £70 amazon, pizza express, tesco or debenhams gift card from gift cloud when you sign up to this fibre deal. £25 per month essentially for £19.17 38mb fibre broadband, with … Read more
RuudBullit1 h, 24 m ago

This deal isn't for 'no other companies' though.


I realise that mate. I was quoting you. But if it makes you feel better.
RuudBullit40 m ago

This deal isn't for 'no other companies' though.


It's 'any other companies' mate. If we're speaking the Queens.
Ed.Winchester1 h, 38 m ago

It's a good job no other companies have been hacked and customer details …It's a good job no other companies have been hacked and customer details stolen.



This deal isn't for 'no other companies' though.
mtj1111 h, 41 m ago

If you ever decide to leave TalkTalk (and you will) you'll be hounded for …If you ever decide to leave TalkTalk (and you will) you'll be hounded for years with cold calls.



Thankfully I don't think i've ever received anything from them after leaving.
I remember when they used to refuse to deal with any internet complaint because it was a 'free' part of your phoneline deal, and under legislation if an item was given to you for free there was no expectation nor requirement of upkeep or maintenance of it; this was of course after they swindled you into a 18 month contract for both line and internet rental.

Nice little con they had going for a while, lovely people!
CHEAPEST ADSL AROUND! TalkTalk -  Total cost £154. Only £17 per month - NO SET UP. + £50 Amazon vch at Giftcloud
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Available until Thu 22 Feb , this ADSL unlimited broadband and line rent deal is open to new and existing customers signing up to a 12-month contract. The deal's available to 9… Read more
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RamoGaraf1219 h, 44 m ago

they both use the same Openreach infrastructure. So Sky isn't "better …they both use the same Openreach infrastructure. So Sky isn't "better quality"


Faster upload speed and no traffic shaping
jhw1 h, 2 m ago

After years of no trouble with TalkTalk I entered into a 2 year contract - …After years of no trouble with TalkTalk I entered into a 2 year contract - and for the past year I've been trying to sort out a line problem. Every time it rains heavily the speed drops to almost nil, sometimes unusable as it drops out over and over again. They say no problems at their end - BT Openreach say they can't find a fault on the line, even though there is continual noise on the line after rain. You just go round in circles - they bang on about master socket, filters, antivirus software - anything but actually solve the problem. It's as if nobody really wants to find the fault - one engineer told me there was a fault somewhere, but he couldn't say where from his tests - only recommendation was to pay for a new phone number, which hopefully would mean signal came on a different piece of wire - and may solve it!


Log a full complaint - of everything -against BT Openreach not finding the fault with BT Chief Exec Office - BT own the wires and Openreach run it on BT behalf.

gavin.e.patterson@bt.com
varunadas1 h, 10 m ago

Do you mind sharing the link for the £10 off current £20 Broadband deal f …Do you mind sharing the link for the £10 off current £20 Broadband deal for new customers? I need to find a good deal as my contract expires 20 March.


It’s £10 off - it doesn’t say it excludes current offersLOL give cancellation and they email it
After years of no trouble with TalkTalk I entered into a 2 year contract - and for the past year I've been trying to sort out a line problem. Every time it rains heavily the speed drops to almost nil, sometimes unusable as it drops out over and over again. They say no problems at their end - BT Openreach say they can't find a fault on the line, even though there is continual noise on the line after rain. You just go round in circles - they bang on about master socket, filters, antivirus software - anything but actually solve the problem. It's as if nobody really wants to find the fault - one engineer told me there was a fault somewhere, but he couldn't say where from his tests - only recommendation was to pay for a new phone number, which hopefully would mean signal came on a different piece of wire - and may solve it!
seaniboy1 h, 54 m ago

PS) Any Sky customers - I was on the previous Sky £9.50 deal, just renewed …PS) Any Sky customers - I was on the previous Sky £9.50 deal, just renewed £2.50 one off charge and £10 a month for 12 months. Wanted £18.99 or £28.99 for Fibre with £10 off each - I told them I would go to Vodafone Fibre for £20 so if they honoured the £10 off the current £20 Broadband deal for new customers I would stay as I didn’t need Fibre just that the price with Voda Fibre was £1.01 more than Sky Broadband. GRANTED PPS)The high level complaints team at TT are sociopathic liars by the way, based on actual experience. Stay clear.



Do you mind sharing the link for the £10 off current £20 Broadband deal for new customers? I need to find a good deal as my contract expires 20 March.
Voxi plans have free music and video passes normally £14 together. cheapest plan £10 but get free passes for streaming - for Under 25s. Also get free £10 amazon from Giftcloud
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Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Just choose how much data you need for everything else £10 2GB £15 5GB £20 15GB Endless social data + 2, 5, 10GBfor everything else Endless calls Endless texts End… Read more
Just need to use someone's referral code to get £10 Amazon voucher each. Cut out the middle man.
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Virtually FREE Voda PAYG SIM - 5GB £10 | free £10 Amazon vch  @ GiftCloud
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If you're new to Vodafone you can get a a £10 Big Value Bundle SIM through this link and receive a £10 Amazon voucher until 11.59pm on Wed 28 Feb. The £10 Big Value Bundle usuall… Read more
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lovetolaugh16th Feb

Hi there do you only get this data for one month?


Yep, but its PAYG, so no commitment to stay after the first month
Hi there do you only get this data for one month?
VodaFlob... I'd rather not
zirk18 m ago

So you have to spend 10 quid to get your free 10 quid.



You're obviously one of the more 'clued up' consumers around here
So you have to spend 10 quid to get your free 10 quid.
£35 gift card for Currys, M&S, PizzaExpress, HofF if you buy a SIM card from Carphone Warehouse via giftcloud
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Worth using this if you're going to pick up a SIM card from Carphone Warehouse - basically money for nothing. £35 gift card to Marks and Spencer, Currys/PC World, House of Fraser o… Read more
Result. Registered user with CPW but bought an O2 PAYE £10 SIM card and today offered my choice of Gift Cards....completely forgotten about this offer as my Sim wasn’t in the criteria but got my gift card
vassy19th Aug

Yeah seems fair but someone mentioned of having credit check and impact in …Yeah seems fair but someone mentioned of having credit check and impact in credit score ?

Yes there is for any SIM only contract you take out.
HankHandsome1 m ago

yes, there's that aspect i suppose - i guess that one comes down to …yes, there's that aspect i suppose - i guess that one comes down to whether or not that bothers you enough that you want to save £17 quid on a gift card


Yes exactly..
vassy19 m ago

Yeah seems fair but someone mentioned of having credit check and impact in …Yeah seems fair but someone mentioned of having credit check and impact in credit score ?


yes, there's that aspect i suppose - i guess that one comes down to whether or not that bothers you enough that you want to save £17 quid on a gift card
HankHandsome3 m ago

so considering you have to have it active for 2 months, you're paying £18 …so considering you have to have it active for 2 months, you're paying £18 to get a £35 quid gift card .. seems fair enough


Yeah seems fair but someone mentioned of having credit check and impact in credit score ?
3 months free on selected annual SSE boiler cover packages PLUS receive a £50 Gift Card @ SSE (e.g. £12.40pm for 9 months = £111.60 for the year before gift-card)
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Decent little offer this if you are looking for boiler cover. :3 You can get 3 months free on selected annual boiler cover packages, as well as receive a £50 giftcard! Examp… Read more
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I need an annual service, any good?
Banned
Nice one! Looking to switch supplier so might be using this
crap service as well
£50 call out charge, so you'll pay that giftcard back (_;)
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Receive a £5 Gift Card when you sign up to 1 month trial of Which? for £1.00
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Choose from M&S, Argos, Amazon or John Lewis. Terms and Conditions Receive a £5 eGift when you sign up to 1 month trial of Which? for £1. This offer is not available for pu… Read more
£10.75 a month!!

I always thought Which was £1 a year! And still never did it as I wasn't sure it was worth the effort of signing up etc. X)
Your local library - if you still have one!!! Will allow free access to current and historical issues of Which? magazine.

To cancel your membership before the first payment is taken at the end of … To cancel your membership before the first payment is taken at the end of the trial, just email support@which.co.uk, including your name, address, membership number and the subject line 'cancel'.

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15% off Zalando digital Gift Cards - £25 code for £21.25 / £50 code for £42.50 / £100 code for £85.00 @ Giftcloud
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Get 15% Off these Zalando digital gift cards with code: FASHION15 which will mean a £25 code will cost you £21.25, £50 code for £42.50 and a £100 code for £85.00
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Yes, it ended 28th Dec
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Chester Tay

Hi, can you point me in the direction of the £10 cashback? I cant see … Hi, can you point me in the direction of the £10 cashback? I cant see anything on their site?


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Zoe_B

Zeek are doing 8-13% off Zalando e-gift cards & you also get £10 cashback … Zeek are doing 8-13% off Zalando e-gift cards & you also get £10 cashback for every £100 you spend. I always use the Zalando ones from Zeek with discount codes


Hi, can you point me in the direction of the £10 cashback? I cant see anything on their site?
just to add, you don't have to purchase in increments of £25, £50 or £100. If you click "other" it gives you an option to scroll and choose a specific amount of your choice.

So if you spend exactly £60 and then use the £15 off code the total will come down to £45.

You then purchase a gift code of £45 for £38.25 so £60 worth of items for £38.25.
Always had perfect service from zalando. Just popped £ 200 credit onto my account via this deal and you can still use discount vouchers : )
free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan @ Vodafone via giftcloud
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free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan on Vodafone (direct) via giftcloud would be great to go with the £20 sim only Vodafone deal that's gone red hot recently
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It has been four months, anybody managed to get their voucher yet?
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Sounds like a good deal, to me. I have little choice of network as 3 is terrible so is o2. ee is patchy at best and I get no signal in the house. So Vodafone it is, like it or not!
therudders

I believe that clarification is what I gave.



No. Far from it. Apart from the funny sp mistake, and the erroneous belief that we exercise full freedom (e.g. I can't ask the mods for your personal details or play cricket in regent street or even allow my horse to foul himself wherever he pleases).

Clarification would've been a specific reason as to why the deal went cold such as 'Vodafone have a tendency to not honour these deals' or 'O2 have just released the same package for a fiver'.

I know people react differently to the 'why cold' or 'don't vote cold' requests from posters (but not the similar plea 'I'm new, don't bite' for some reason), but I very often see the HUKD phenomenon where a good deal does start life of with a few cold votes and inexplicably goes to ~-20º before getting some serious heat. This has been observed by a number of people and it's very annoying because there's never any explanation in the comments - and often when you've posted a really good deal (or spotted it as a user), you'd like to know why people consider it cold - because if there's a much better alternative, a catch or a issue with this deal, it makes sense to be informed before committing.
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"aloudəˈlaʊd/adverb1.audibly; not silently or in a whisper."he read the l … "aloudəˈlaʊd/adverb1.audibly; not silently or in a whisper."he read the letter aloud"synonyms: audibly, out loud, for all to hear, clearly, distinctly, plainly, intelligibly"he read the letter aloud"2.archaicloudly."he wept aloud"allowəˈlaʊ/verbpast tense: allowed; past participle: allowed1.let (someone) have or do something."the dissident was allowed to leave the country"synonyms: permit, let, authorize, give someone permission to, give authorization to, give leave to, sanction, grant, grant someone the right, license, empower, enable, entitle, qualify; More2.give the necessary time or opportunity for."they agreed to a ceasefire to allow talks with the government"



I genuinely feel embarrassed by how bad my spelling is! great comeback
Unlimited Mins, Texts & 4GB 4G Data + £60 Amazon Voucher & 6 Months of Spotify/Netflix £19.80 pm @ Giftcloud
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Until 1st Feb newbies to Vodafone* via the above link can pay £19.80/mth fixed for a year for this corking Sim deal. Factoring in all the freebies it's by far the best around. 6 … Read more
cracking.only good thing about Vodafone is their speed in my area .
its 6 months of one of them services so spotify probably offers the best deal here as that's the most expensive service

breaking it down
£60 spotify
£60 Amazon
£117 for the 12 months phone contract which for 4 gig and all them minutes is not bad at all.

Cheapest deal i could find that gives you 4 gig of data is ID mobile at £15 a month thats £180 for the year and dosent offer unlimited minutes an unlimited minutes deal takes it back up to £20 a month.
jetskixjust

Well said ^^^ Useless customer services. It took me a bunch of … Well said ^^^ Useless customer services. It took me a bunch of loooooonnngg phone calls, two visits to store and finally a complaint sent "sign for" to sort the problem of being charged for every call and text even though I'm on unlimited tariff! One customer rep told me it was because I'm on the Isle of Wight as he said its classed as abroad! Explains a lot really!



Exactly, and you don't have to search hard to find out just how bad they are.

I vote cold every time I see Vodafone being advertised, because I genuinely don't want anyone to have to put up with the way the company treats many many many of its customers.
I haven't had too much to complain about Vodafone except one bad instance of customer service where the foreign call centre guy could not understand what I was asking, moved about a bit with other phone providers and to be honest the customer services are all about the same
I'd rather have no network then avoidafone.Anyone still with them are mad.
iTunes Gift Cards - £25 code for £21.25 / £50 code for £42.50 / £100 code for £85.00 @ GIftcloud
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Great for last minute prezzies or if you're stuck on what to get a teenager! Get 15% Off these iTunes gift cards with code: ITUNES which will mean a £25 code will cost you £21.25,… Read more
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"We're sorry but we can't send your payment right now" Hmmmmm worked fine yesterday when I bought the Xbox credit
as per other comments....20% off via Paypal.
Save 20% on Currys / PC World eGift cards when you spend between £20-£100 (Starts 21st Dec) @ Giftcloud
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From 21st December Giftcloud will be offering 20% off all Currys / PC World evouchers - So some huge savings to be had and it'll run up until Christmas Eve, for example £100 worth … Read more
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gpb

Ok to answer some questions.... My work use a company where by I can … Ok to answer some questions.... My work use a company where by I can purchase discount vouchers for companies - like this offer for Currys. Yes you can use these vouchers Instore and online. With using these vouchers online you can only use 5 e-vouchers in one single transaction.... You can use as many physical gift vouchers as you like (vouchers bought in a shop where by you get a physical card). Should you buy more than 5 e-vouchers you can phone Lanka (that's the woman you want to speak to) on 01727 202594 and she can merge as many e-vouchers onto one card. Hope that helps someone



Hi,

May I know which company offers these vouchers to buy?? Thank you
SuperOwl86

No idea what to buy with my vouchers now Since I cant get hold of the … No idea what to buy with my vouchers now Since I cant get hold of the Nikon D3300 with ve II lens from currys now.


If you don't want the voucher now, I would happily buy it from you
No idea what to buy with my vouchers now Since I cant get hold of the Nikon D3300 with ve II lens from currys now.
grwill67

You are about 2 days too late!


4 days too late as it ended 21st on the day it came on as I tried at 11am and got nowt
pan1100

Tried and tried.No 20% off pc world.Used different e mail tried for … Tried and tried.No 20% off pc world.Used different e mail tried for myself and for friend but no discount when I enterXMAS20.What's my mistake ?



You are about 2 days too late!
£10 Amazon - M&S -  Argos - Debenhams - Starbucks - HoF e-voucher with any American Express Travel Insurance purchase @ Giftcloud
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Buy any American Express travel insurance policy via the Giftcloud deal link and you will receive a £10 e-voucher e.g. Amazon, Argos, M&S etc It applies to any travel insuranc… Read more
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bestthingsinceslicedbread

Just got quoted for £50 for USA, when on compare the market etc I have … Just got quoted for £50 for USA, when on compare the market etc I have got £8.50 for pretty much the same cover. Is there something I'm missing to get it cheaper?


Nope, I saw a similar crazy price for a 10-day trip to the US for one adult aged 30-39. Over £70 for family, incl 1 child.
themachman

I'm off!!!


"You will be sent instructions on how to choose your eGift within 25 days of your purchase."

Could be anything, couldn't it? "You can choose your eGift by calling in in person to our store in Lerwick, Shetland Islands at any time between 7am and 9am on 25th December 2015".
Just got quoted for £50 for USA, when on compare the market etc I have got £8.50 for pretty much the same cover. Is there something I'm missing to get it cheaper?
Thanks OP, discount available with an EHIC card too.
£15 Nintendo eGift Card for £12 using Voucher Code @ Giftcloud
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£15 Nintendo eGift Card for £12 when using voucher code SALES20. Great for anyone wanting to buy during the Nintendo Sale from 29th Jan onwards.
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wow finally payment was successful just now...not sure what the difference was...same card etc..

MK8 map pack here we come
Just cracked and bought one, no issues and have redeemed it. Now if only there was something at a decent price that I wanted
tried to purchase Nintendo eshop £15 card again now...still payment failure....

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Great deal. Thanks for posting.
Booking a Holiday with Virgin? get 20% off using the 20% off debenhams gift cards
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Firstly. Goto Virgin Holiday's Website and get a quote, Then phone up your local Debenhams store (Speak to the Virgin Desk Area to match the online price. Confirm that they will a… Read more
I did a similar thing with Virgin and HoF cards I bought from Morrisons - 85p off per litre of diesel isn't bad. I did feel bad for the poor Virgin person who had to put it all through the till though but with a HoF staff member and myself we set up up a good production line. No credit card fee doing it that way.

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spicy_gal

The 20% giftcloud voucher has expired!



LOL! I was just about to buy one, and the 20% was working! But then it just said the code is no longer working! Sorry guys! It is not working!

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spicy_gal

The 20% giftcloud voucher has expired!



It is still there!
Bargaingirl

Be careful if you cancelled due to illness most insurance companies won't … Be careful if you cancelled due to illness most insurance companies won't refund vouchers you have to check their small print. This is also true if Tesco vouchers. Also should you have them cancel your holiday you would be refunded in Debenham s vouchers...what would you do with them? Just saying.....



Might be worth getting a cashback credit card instead and you'd be covered.
Be careful if you cancelled due to illness most insurance companies won't refund vouchers you have to check their small print. This is also true if Tesco vouchers. Also should you have them cancel your holiday you would be refunded in Debenham s vouchers...what would you do with them? Just saying.....