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NOW Broadband: 63 Mbps - Super Fibre plus free anytime calls! £28pm x 12 Months - Total Cost: £336
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NOW Broadband: 63 Mbps - Super Fibre plus free anytime calls! £28pm x 12 Months - Total Cost: £336

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Posted 28th FebEdited by:"keithykoo"

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NOW Broadband: Super Fibre plus free anytime calls!

Unlimited broadband- no download limits

  • Average 63 Mbps download speed
  • Totally unlimited fibre broadband
  • Includes Anytime Calls
  • £0 set up & delivery fee
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Cold, already got this and got 3 months Entertainment package and £90 TCB
Disco.Dave28/02/2020 19:49

Cold, already got this and got 3 months Entertainment package and £90 TCB


This is a great price for 63mbps not cold at all
Is this fixed price?

40009069-DRvix.jpgAnswered my own question. Would have considered this as it would have been ideal, especially being 12 months too.
Edited by: "JohnIIIrd" 28th Feb
A good deal but Vodafone have the Apple TV+ for an extra £.
Hope this is good advice - read the reviews for broadband suppliers before you switch, I had a real nightmare with EE a few years ago. I’ve been with Sky now for three years and my contract with them is coming to an end, service has been excellent and I really can’t fault them. I can upgrade with Sky to similar speeds to this deal for £27 or for more than 100mbps also at £27 per month (plus cost of new router £19.99) both 18 month. I nearly went down the route of switching to Plusnet at £22.99 + £75 cash back, but keep thinking of those days when the connection speed was little over 1mbps, hours on the telephone to a very poor customer service team and family complaining about having no internet. Just think about the amount you use it and how much it has become a part of your lives before saving a couple of quid moving to a different supplier. No I don’t work for Sky and the prices I mentioned are not fixed, just wanted to share my advise to everyone thinking of moving away from their current supplier to a different one.
I'm currently on virgin until start of April, can I purchase package now so I'm ready to go once current subscription goes or would it be better to wait until I see if virgin contact me to offer a deal to stay with them as currently 108mbs with them.
Lot's of streaming currently happens with not much inteference with the buffering, is this an issue with Now?
Thanks for any advice
Thinking about upgrading to this speed and getting skysports with them for £48...

My mother's current bill is £57 but going up to £59... This is for entertainment and skysports...

Doesn't include broadband...

But how good is Sky Sports through Now Broadband
I've had Now TV broadband fibre since October and its been absolutely flawless, no drop outs or restrictions. Would recommend at this price for broadband and calls, especially if the cashback tracks.
TCB £100 now! I have joined BB and tried to add the 40% sport pass at check out. It didn't work :/ Go back to my account now the offer is gone. Does anyone have this problem too?40060293-5HQmK.jpg
Took the plunge on this package after unsuccessfully trying to get Sky to do a good Fibre deal, with TCB £100 cashback. Did anyone else who got this through TCB got it tracking at £80 with this message?: This merchant initially tracks at a lower rate. When the merchant has checked the purchase they will uplift the cashback value to the amount offered.
Go through uSwitch and you can get Vodafones for £24 with a £100 Amazon voucher.
Im with BT now..got 2 months left on contract. Will NOW Broadband buy you out of contract?
I think SKY and BT does..anyone else does?
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