NOW TV Fibre Broadband for new customers £20.84 pm + £50 in M&S Vouchers unlimited fibre+line rental/12 month contract = Equivalent £16.67 pm
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NOW TV Fibre Broadband for new customers £20.84 pm + £50 in M&S Vouchers unlimited fibre+line rental/12 month contract = Equivalent £16.67 pm

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Found 27th Mar
Hi too good not to share:

Until 11.59pm on Sat 31 March, newbies to Sky-owned Now TV/Broadband can apply via this Now Broadband link* for this deal - it's a year's contract for up-to-38Mb unlimited fibre broadband and line rental

Anyone who's never had a Now b'band or TV account is eligible, although only 83% of the UK can get it. It depends on your postcode – you're told when applying (or use our new tool Broadband Unbundled which only shows deals available in your postcode).

Unlimited fibre and line rent's £20/mth for 12 months. It'll rise to £35.99/mth if you stay. No calls included – see Now call costs.£9.99 to pay upfront. This covers router delivery and activation. Make sure you select the "Saver" option or you'll be charged £50 upfront for the "No Contract" option.You're sent a £50 M&S voucherwithin 90 days. Fill in your email address before clicking through to the deal and your voucher will arrive within 90 days of signing up.

Cost analysis:

You'll pay £249.99 for the year before calls or new line costs, equiv to £20.84/mth.
But if you'd spend £50 in M&S anyway - then it's £199.99, equivalent to £16.67/mth.

Existing Now TV or former b'band custs won't get the voucher, but at £20.84/mth it's still a good deal.

£16.67 for fibre and line rental including voucher probably one of the cheapest fibre deals around. Only for new customers so this could be useful to some people.

Link: broadbandgenie.co.uk/bro…740
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Calls are not cheap, you might make all your calls by mobile I guess

Can I add a calls package? You can add Evenings and Weekends calls for £4/mth or Anytime calls for £8/mth – this gives you unlimited calls to UK mobiles and landlines, including 0870 and 0845 numbers.

What are Now Broadband's call charges on its basic line rental option? An additional 19p set-up fee applies to all chargeable calls.

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Topcashback got £75 cash back works out cheaper. Good find anyway
Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems better, especially if you wouldn't spend £50 in M&S.
kalico1 h, 38 m ago

Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems …Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems better, especially if you wouldn't spend £50 in M&S.


Where is this virgin deal?
I would avoid NOW TV, made the change from Sky a couple of months ago and I’ve got problems with both the connection and the WiFi signal. Their support is awful, had someone tell me that the 20 devices I had connected was too many and that the NOW router can’t support them. They have also overcharged me after I added sky sports to my package and said they can’t refund me until the next month, all seems very amateur. I’ve complained and got no response.
Not a bad deal I switch to nowtv last year from talk talk and my bet speeds nearly doubled and my upload speed increases by a factor of X10. Router is rubbish though and the range ain't great. Just make sure that you call them after the 12 months expires and threaten to leave and they will offer you another discounted deal.
robbieb12330 m ago

I would avoid NOW TV, made the change from Sky a couple of months ago and …I would avoid NOW TV, made the change from Sky a couple of months ago and I’ve got problems with both the connection and the WiFi signal. Their support is awful, had someone tell me that the 20 devices I had connected was too many and that the NOW router can’t support them. They have also overcharged me after I added sky sports to my package and said they can’t refund me until the next month, all seems very amateur. I’ve complained and got no response.


You tried the resolver service ?
DCFC7950 m ago

You tried the resolver service ?


Yeah that's what I've complained via most recently, still no response
robbieb1233 h, 6 m ago

I would avoid NOW TV, made the change from Sky a couple of months ago and …I would avoid NOW TV, made the change from Sky a couple of months ago and I’ve got problems with both the connection and the WiFi signal. Their support is awful, had someone tell me that the 20 devices I had connected was too many and that the NOW router can’t support them. They have also overcharged me after I added sky sports to my package and said they can’t refund me until the next month, all seems very amateur. I’ve complained and got no response.


Did they say how many devices they could support? They are now supplying a rebadged sky q router to new customers.
muhasib21 m ago

Did they say how many devices they could support? They are now supplying a …Did they say how many devices they could support? They are now supplying a rebadged sky q router to new customers.


That's exactly what I have, I had my sky router in a server rack in a utility cupboard at the side of the house and it was fine, signal was terrible when I replaced it with the NOW router so I moved it to a more central location, still awful.

They didn't say how many, just that 20 was too many. I would say I have less than most using the wifi as I have a lot of my devices cabled directly into a switch.

I don't think the person I spoke to had a huge amount of knowledge, they took my download speed and divided it by the number of devices and then said that was the speed they were each getting. My 3 year old knows this isn't how bandwidth works.
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kalico7 h, 29 m ago

Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems …Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems better, especially if you wouldn't spend £50 in M&S.


That's a pretty good deal with Virgin, although it could be a retention deal with existing customers only? Any link perhaps?
kalico7 h, 55 m ago

Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems …Seems fair, but not outstanding. Virgin doing £18.17 for 50MB seems better, especially if you wouldn't spend £50 in M&S.


where ???
Andrew_Warne6 h, 28 m ago

Not a bad deal I switch to nowtv last year from talk talk and my bet …Not a bad deal I switch to nowtv last year from talk talk and my bet speeds nearly doubled and my upload speed increases by a factor of X10. Router is rubbish though and the range ain't great. Just make sure that you call them after the 12 months expires and threaten to leave and they will offer you another discounted deal.


how many Ethernet ports in the router? got sky broadband (not fibre) last time was only TWO ports. need two ports for wd my clouds and one for pc, one for tv, so at least FOUR ports for me.
Edited by: "jasonyu" 28th Mar
jasonyu1 h, 41 m ago

how many Ethernet ports in the router? got sky broadband (not fibre) last …how many Ethernet ports in the router? got sky broadband (not fibre) last time was only TWO ports. need two ports for wd my clouds and one for pc, one for tv, so at least FOUR ports for me.


there are two just
anyone know if tcb doesn't track, can you cancel the order with nowtv and re-order, has anyone ever done this ?
jacko20jj28th Mar

Where is this virgin deal?



It was listed on here a few days back.
What is the customer number for now broadband band
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kalico2 h, 44 m ago

It was listed on here a few days back.


Well that Virgin deal would be useful for people who live in areas that can get Virgin, shame I don't. Otherwise this deal could be an alternative option. Theres a broadband war going on, so win win for consumers.
Virgin deals are for existing customers only.
Anyone taken out this deal or anyone had Now broadband. Is it reliable? Dont want slow connections and constant drops in connnection
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