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Now TV fibre broadband with anytime calls: 36mb total cost is £300 & for 63mb super fibre it is £360
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Now TV fibre broadband with anytime calls: 36mb total cost is £300 & for 63mb super fibre it is £360

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Posted 4th Mar
Now tv broadband packages with anytime phone calls Are basically Sky so good service should be expected.
No connection or any upfront fee.
Choice of fab fibre 32mb at £25 a month.
Or 63 mb super fibre 63mb at £30 a month.
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I like how they are conservative with the speeds now.
37189817-bdHSl.jpgNot Super in my area, in fact, Super is slower than Fab for the extra fiver.
Edited by: "kencol" 5th Mar
Is this the fibre broadband which comes down our copper telephone wire?
marty-40142 m ago

Is this the fibre broadband which comes down our copper telephone wire?


They can send it down a piece of string, if it gets the speed they say then job done!
Does the fibre come with calls? I can only see it mentioned against the standard broadband.
kencol3 h, 58 m ago

[Image] Not Super in my area, in fact, Super is slower than Fab for the …[Image] Not Super in my area, in fact, Super is slower than Fab for the extra fiver.


Lol thats nuts, got to wonder if anyone is paying for the super without knowing
KFC18691 h, 7 m ago

Does the fibre come with calls? I can only see it mentioned against the …Does the fibre come with calls? I can only see it mentioned against the standard broadband.


Click on the fibre broadband option.
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KFC186910 h, 34 m ago

Does the fibre come with calls? I can only see it mentioned against the …Does the fibre come with calls? I can only see it mentioned against the standard broadband.



Yes.
When you add the anytime calls to the basket, it adds the £8 on and then takes it off.........
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More expensive that fibre max which is faster...
Great deal especially with Quidco or TCB. For those that would find anytime calls useful this is particularly good as that's usually an expensive extra these days.
Virgin media is cheaper 27 x 12 months, plus 120.quidco and 50 bill credit. Granted 50mbs but mine is 100meg even in the evening I get that
rash8 m ago

Virgin media is cheaper 27 x 12 months, plus 120.quidco and 50 bill …Virgin media is cheaper 27 x 12 months, plus 120.quidco and 50 bill credit. Granted 50mbs but mine is 100meg even in the evening I get that


Is this the online price? Just moved in a new place and look around at the moment

Edit: Ahh bugger, nevermind VM not available on my area. Might go for TalkTalk or see if EE will come down a little as you get an extra 10gb on your phone contract with them too.
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 5th Mar
Cold. You can have 63mb/s from TalkTalk for £22,45 p/m with £60 voucher if take it through uSwitch (which brings it down to £19,1 p/m)
or
36mb/s from TalkTalk for 19 p/m
Don't think the OP's assumption that you should expect Sky's level of service is based on anything other than guesswork. Lots of customers here say quite the opposite.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 5th Mar
Isn't this the usual price?
Nobull5 h, 15 m ago

Isn't this the usual price?



You usually have to pay some installation fee & P&P for the router - plus this includes 12 months' free calls.
gazdoubleu19 h, 56 m ago

Don't think the OP's assumption that you should expect Sky's level of …Don't think the OP's assumption that you should expect Sky's level of service is based on anything other than guesswork. Lots of customers here say quite the opposite.


The reviews on that site for most broadband providers are negative
Anyone switch to nowTv from Virgin media? I'm looking to jump over since Virgin not prepared to give me a good deal so would appreciate any review of nowTv after coming from Virgin
rash05/03/2019 19:36

Virgin media is cheaper 27 x 12 months, plus 120.quidco and 50 bill …Virgin media is cheaper 27 x 12 months, plus 120.quidco and 50 bill credit. Granted 50mbs but mine is 100meg even in the evening I get that


Problem is the upload is absolute rubbish. At least if you reside near the box with FTTC then you get a decent upload of 20Mbps. Virgin barely go into low double digits if you are extremely lucky, usually around 7-8, and on the 50 you are dreaming of getting more than 3.

There are so many factors to consider, remember not everyone includes 0870 or 0845 numbers without charging you an access charge. Sky have recently written to customers advising that they will no longer be included without the access charge.
yellowplum07/03/2019 08:17

Problem is the upload is absolute rubbish. At least if you reside near the …Problem is the upload is absolute rubbish. At least if you reside near the box with FTTC then you get a decent upload of 20Mbps. Virgin barely go into low double digits if you are extremely lucky, usually around 7-8, and on the 50 you are dreaming of getting more than 3.There are so many factors to consider, remember not everyone includes 0870 or 0845 numbers without charging you an access charge. Sky have recently written to customers advising that they will no longer be included without the access charge.


depends on your usage profile. And if you get quidco and £50 bill credit it's an absolute steal. Obviously not for everyone. I get 100meg download even in the evenings (not many people got virgin where I am), but upload is close to 5-7meg, which is perfectly fine for me. But you're saving the £££, so still good deal me thinks, especially for those on ADSL before like me.
How many months before your old deal ends would you buy a package from a new provider?
rash19 h, 48 m ago

depends on your usage profile. And if you get quidco and £50 bill credit …depends on your usage profile. And if you get quidco and £50 bill credit it's an absolute steal. Obviously not for everyone. I get 100meg download even in the evenings (not many people got virgin where I am), but upload is close to 5-7meg, which is perfectly fine for me. But you're saving the £££, so still good deal me thinks, especially for those on ADSL before like me.


Completely agree it's down to usage and personal choice, merely highlighting that's my issue personally with Virgin. It's irritating otherwise I would pick them too, but uploading a 5gb file I would rather have lower down and better upload in my circumstance.

Also like free 0870 numbers because then you can call access numbers to call abroad for free.
Will Topcashback pay up if you have had a Now tv cinema pass before.
Niz4th Mar

I like how they are conservative with the speeds now.


They used to be conservative with the truth.I suppose it's what you would call spin in the political world !!. And in the REAL world we know it as bull
fuzzyg9th Mar

Will Topcashback pay up if you have had a Now tv cinema pass before.


Hope so. Mine has tracked at £60 but won't know for a while.

I've just gone for the standard broadband. With the anytime calls included this is the cheapest I can find.
Also I got an offer of a Now TV 12 month cinema pass for £4.99 a month for 12 months.
How is now tv broadband guys.. How the router.. My post office broadband ends in 3 months and thinking of changing to now tv broadband
Switchy8715th Mar

How is now tv broadband guys.. How the router.. My post office broadband …How is now tv broadband guys.. How the router.. My post office broadband ends in 3 months and thinking of changing to now tv broadband


I wanted to know as well.. Any reviews regarding broadband speed and efficiency would be appreciated
Looks like £90 on topcashback and 6 months free now tv
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