NOW TV Broadband 63MB & Unlimited UK Calls - £30pm x 12 Months = £360 (Potentially £22.50pm After Cashback)
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NOW TV Broadband 63MB & Unlimited UK Calls - £30pm x 12 Months = £360 (Potentially £22.50pm After Cashback)

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Posted 3rd Oct
Now tv fibre broadband 63mb & unlimited calls - £30
potential £90 cash back at top cash back
Total monthly price after cash back £22.50
12 month contract
unlimited download on fibre

packages available:
Super fibre - 63mb
Fab Fibre - 36mb
Brilliant broadband - 11mb
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NOW Broadband: Super Fibre, Anytime Calls & Entertainment

Unlimited broadband- no download limits

  • Average 63 Mb download speed
  • Add the NOW TV Entertainment Pass for just £5.99 a month for 12 months
  • Includes Anytime Calls
  • £0 set up & £0 P&P

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Sorry to be 'that guy', but it's 63Mb not 63MB.
Best move and deal that I made going to now tv, broadband always 65+, free now tv and all calls to landlines and mobile free any time of day all for £22.50 a month after cash back.
Topcash paid £90.00 a month after contract started, super fast.
My problem will be how to replace this when it comes to the end of the 12 mth contract, theres no one out there who comes near to this offer.
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What’s the speeds?
Is it fibre?
Must say, worst move I made going from Now to Vodafone. Would jump at this.
Best move and deal that I made going to now tv, broadband always 65+, free now tv and all calls to landlines and mobile free any time of day all for £22.50 a month after cash back.
Topcash paid £90.00 a month after contract started, super fast.
My problem will be how to replace this when it comes to the end of the 12 mth contract, theres no one out there who comes near to this offer.
Sorry to be 'that guy', but it's 63Mb not 63MB.
Can anyone else recommend this, currently with bt and thinking of changing
hugh198803/10/2019 21:49

Sorry to be 'that guy', but it's 63Mb not 63MB.


And here's me thinking I would be getting over 500Mb Now Broadband for £30 pm (or is that PM?).
kismith103/10/2019 21:48

Best move and deal that I made going to now tv, broadband always 65+, free …Best move and deal that I made going to now tv, broadband always 65+, free now tv and all calls to landlines and mobile free any time of day all for £22.50 a month after cash back.Topcash paid £90.00 a month after contract started, super fast.My problem will be how to replace this when it comes to the end of the 12 mth contract, theres no one out there who comes near to this offer.


How do you get free Now TV?
I tried this last time it was posted. The sign up process forces me to give my current Tel number (when you choose existing broadband customer).
I'm with Vodafone fibre BroadBand currently. Happy with it, but out of contract.
I don't have a Tel number?
Is it ok to add a random number?
Don't want the order process to screw up, which will prevent cashback
Only a pound more than I’m paying for 36mb, re contracted last month and this package was £8 upgrade.
slkluv03/10/2019 22:12

How do you get free Now TV?


They were giving 6 mths free now tv at the time I changed over
kismith103/10/2019 22:29

They were giving 6 mths free now tv at the time I changed over


Ah ok. Thanks for the info....
Predikuesi03/10/2019 21:58

And here's me thinking I would be getting over 500Mb Now Broadband for £30 …And here's me thinking I would be getting over 500Mb Now Broadband for £30 pm (or is that PM?).


Well considering some providers have offered 1Gb for £40ish, it's not that unreasonable.
As someone who as never had fibre before and am now in a building that can get it, is the jump from fab (36) to super (63) worth the extra cost?
Edited by: "berkishberk" 4th Oct
I'm with Virgin and paying £57 for brodband, tv and calls and thinking of changing provider. Is Now any good?
Does this include line rental?
Buy an unlimited 4g instead...cheaper, mobil, reliable, unl calls&txt too...
Thank you rickygawera for posting: I’ve just signed up.

This is an excellent deal for 63 Mb/anytime landline/hub 2/line rental for £30 a month for a year. The TCB of £90 brings the monthly cost down to £22.50 and tracked immediately.

I’ve used NowTV in the past; the service was good and the tech staff were friendly and helpful, so I’m happy to return to them. I only left when that year’s deal ran out.
berkishberk03/10/2019 22:42

As someone who as never had fibre before and am now in a building that can …As someone who as never had fibre before and am now in a building that can get it, is the jump from fab (36) to super (63) worth the extra cost?


If you live alone and don't do much other than browsing and 1080p video streaming then no. If you do 4k video streamimg (think premium Netflix) and have another person on the network then yes
playdumb03/10/2019 22:14

I tried this last time it was posted. The sign up process forces me to …I tried this last time it was posted. The sign up process forces me to give my current Tel number (when you choose existing broadband customer).I'm with Vodafone fibre BroadBand currently. Happy with it, but out of contract. I don't have a Tel number?Is it ok to add a random number? Don't want the order process to screw up, which will prevent cashback


Use your mobile number or a neighbours.
sixgoldstars03/10/2019 21:34

Must say, worst move I made going from Now to Vodafone. Would jump at this.


Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my monthly cost from £20 to £35.99. What problems have you had with Vodafone?

I have seen some negative feedback about Vodafone on this site, but I figured they couldn’t be any worse than Now TV - their support is almost none existent.
I think biggest problem is router with any broadband. If you can use your own router that should give you trouble free time with any provider. Of course that doesn't fix line issues and some providers don't let you use you own routers
I moved from BT to NowTV Fab Fibre rolling month for £30. Its good, but the router is woeful when it comes to range compared to the BT homehub. Might need to get a mesh extender at some point.
Just decided to stay with TT for another 18m. Looked everywhere for decent deal. Got my own router so we agreed on £23.5 without hassle at least
roehampton04/10/2019 00:02

I'm with Virgin and paying £57 for brodband, tv and calls and thinking of …I'm with Virgin and paying £57 for brodband, tv and calls and thinking of changing provider. Is Now any good?


I was with Virgin 350 speed, basic tv and unlimited telephone for £63 a month. I switched to this 2 months ago and have had no problems.
Remember you need an open reach ( BT) connection instead is the cable one as they post the equipment not install it. Also the router has only two outputs lan ports but I used a switch port to add an additional five.
I’ve just switched from virgin media, the connection and service were woeful. Had several “engineers” out, new cable put in, new box and modem, they still couldn’t work out why the connection would work intermittently. I was paying £32 for 500 broadband, basic tv and phone line.

NowBroadband getting installed on the 17’th.
PaulT8204/10/2019 06:31

Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my m …Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my monthly cost from £20 to £35.99. What problems have you had with Vodafone?I have seen some negative feedback about Vodafone on this site, but I figured they couldn’t be any worse than Now TV - their support is almost none existent.


umar8804/10/2019 07:23

I think biggest problem is router with any broadband. If you can use your …I think biggest problem is router with any broadband. If you can use your own router that should give you trouble free time with any provider. Of course that doesn't fix line issues and some providers don't let you use you own routers



Splashmo04/10/2019 07:42

I moved from BT to NowTV Fab Fibre rolling month for £30. Its good, but …I moved from BT to NowTV Fab Fibre rolling month for £30. Its good, but the router is woeful when it comes to range compared to the BT homehub. Might need to get a mesh extender at some point.



I moved to Now Broadband over a year ago.

If you contact them when you are coming to the end of your contract they will offer you a new contract on the same terms. That’s not as good as this deal as you won’t get any cashback, but I still found that they were cheaper than moving to BT, EE, Plusnet or Sky as a new customer. I asked for, and received, the choice of a 6 month Entertainment of Movies pass, which partially compensates for the lack of cashback.

I had problems with wi-fi reception on some devices, which I assumed was due to the range of the router. I relocated it to a more central position in the house but the problem still persisted.

Further investigation led me to look at the settings of the router. It uses synchronised 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi networks. There’s no option to disable the 5GHz network so I unticked the box synchronising the networks, renamed the 5GHz network and connected to the 2.4GHz network. That solved the issue. It’s worth trying if you are having problems.

The following article confirms what I thought was happening -
'Different brands of devices may behave differently between 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz frequencies. Apple products are known to favor 5Ghz, so even when the 5Ghz signal is weaker than 2.4Ghz, Apple products may connect to the worse signal.'
blog.luxul.com/201…me/
Edited by: "AJB1971" 4th Oct
PaulT8204/10/2019 06:31

Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my m …Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my monthly cost from £20 to £35.99. What problems have you had with Vodafone?I have seen some negative feedback about Vodafone on this site, but I figured they couldn’t be any worse than Now TV - their support is almost none existent.


Vodafone have a much smaller infrastructure than Talktalk, Sky/Now and BT. As such, they have widespread contention issues - you can find plenty of disgruntled customers on their forums/Facebook etc. Effectively, they oversubscribe their lines and run out of capacity at peak times - there are many, many customers who are achieving 5mb and under at peak times.
I'm currently about 4 weeks in, and it's taken all this time to get past first tier (change DNS/change SSID nonsense), and get someone to actually admit it's the backhaul. For anyone in a similar boat, insist they check the 'cable link status'. This is Vodafone's backhaul terminology. If they admit it's 'red', your line is oversubscribed and you need to get out because nothing is ever going to change.
PaulT8204/10/2019 06:31

Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my m …Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my monthly cost from £20 to £35.99. What problems have you had with Vodafone?I have seen some negative feedback about Vodafone on this site, but I figured they couldn’t be any worse than Now TV - their support is almost none existent.


I was about to move to Vodafone.
Had everything confirmed (including installation date).
When they've missed the delivery and installation date I was told it's probably because the router was OOS.

Week later I've rang to ask what is causing the delay I've been told they no nothing about my order.
They have basically lost my(system generated) valid and confirmed order.

Vodafone Rep:
Sorry about that. Would you like me to connect you to sales?
Mindf***.
Edited by: "mspychala" 4th Oct
Jacinto_Fernandes04/10/2019 02:02

If you live alone and don't do much other than browsing and 1080p video …If you live alone and don't do much other than browsing and 1080p video streaming then no. If you do 4k video streamimg (think premium Netflix) and have another person on the network then yes



Thanks, I'll do the Fab Fibre (36).

The Fab Fibre seems like a slightly better deal being that it's the same amount of cashback, am I missing something?

EDIT: I initially went with Fab Fibre, but am thinking up upgrading to Super. Would this void the cashback?
Edited by: "berkishberk" 6th Oct
Tread with caution with Vodafone BB. Generally speaking they've been pretty good apart from weekends where I can see at most 0.7 mps. Network congestion has been the usual excuse.. I'd say over-subscription is more accurate. Also wanted £60 when I called them to ask what the situation was with moving service when I moved (ma got that done for nowt with Sky) and the call charges are a bit nuts!
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jakbli04/10/2019 08:07

Just decided to stay with TT for another 18m. Looked everywhere for decent …Just decided to stay with TT for another 18m. Looked everywhere for decent deal. Got my own router so we agreed on £23.5 without hassle at least


Was that on the 37mb fibre package and did you get calls included?
I signed up to this a month ago when they were doing £100 cashback. I'm getting around 50mb but mostly below. They sent openreach around but nothing wrong from their side. Might try getting a better router.
PaulT8204/10/2019 06:31

Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my m …Oh dear - I’m making that move today. After Now TV wanted to increase my monthly cost from £20 to £35.99. What problems have you had with Vodafone?I have seen some negative feedback about Vodafone on this site, but I figured they couldn’t be any worse than Now TV - their support is almost none existent.


Did you try haggling with now bb? they were more than willing to knock mine down to unmatchable price month or so ago.
jakbli04/10/2019 08:07

Just decided to stay with TT for another 18m. Looked everywhere for decent …Just decided to stay with TT for another 18m. Looked everywhere for decent deal. Got my own router so we agreed on £23.5 without hassle at least


was that you trying to haggle with them or did they not budge?

TIA
chris_allen03/10/2019 21:53

Can anyone else recommend this, currently with bt and thinking of changing


I have a really bad experience with them so far... More than 2 weeks and a half after the installation and I still have no Internet. They promised several times to call me for an update and they haven't and they said they would send me an email as well but we found out that they had sent it to the wrong person... I'm really disappointed.
To be fair though, they have taking some money off my next bill. At least they said so.
h.s04/10/2019 13:07

was that you trying to haggle with them or did they not budge?TIA


I didn’t try haggling with Now TV, as I had a lot of problems with them. My original installation was delayed by 8 weeks and I had some drop outs with the service. To be fair, when it worked it was fine, but when I had problems, customer support were no-where to be seen.

I’m not sure if Vodafone will be any better, but it’s hard to see how they could be worse. My connection from Voda went live tonight and seems okay so far. Time will tell...
Thanks for posting @rickygawera we have added this to the Highlights page
Now TV use the Sky broadband service so you don’t even need to change your modem if you jumping between the two. I’m using a TP-Link though.

Worth mentioning you get close on 20Mb upstream on this too. Speed test.net is showing me 73MB / 19.7Mb

May be of use to someone.
2019 and they still advertise as Unlimited. People must stuck in the stone age for good
Edited by: "jakbli" 5th Oct
chris_allen03/10/2019 21:53

Can anyone else recommend this, currently with bt and thinking of changing


Yeah I switched from virgin. It's not quite as fast as the 100mB I was getting but for the saving its worth it, and the service is good
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