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NOW TV Unlimited Fibre & Anytime calls £24 / 12 months at NowTV Store

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Posted 18th Aug

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Unlimited & Super-fast Fab Fibre

£24
a month for 12 months including line rental
Price may change during this period.
£0 activation fee and P&P

Once you have completed your broadband order, you can get a NOW TV Entertainment Pass for just £5.99 a month for 12 months.


Noticed if you also select Anytime calls at £8pm then this is currently free also.
Therefore, £24 for unlimited fibre including line rental and anytime UK calls.
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Incidentally, my Dad's on the normal broadband package. Absolutely no complaints from him or whenever I use it. Speed is maxed for his line. And after a year when they put the price up, he just rang and asked what they could do, they just dropped the price by £15 - less than what he was paying before the increase. I was there, it was the "softest" haggle I've ever seen...
Their fibre was good for me, but the web-only support got frustrating.

Also, set lots of reminders for when the promotional period ends. The last couple of providers I was with ( Talk Talk and Plusnet ) were decent enough to tell me I was at the end of my initial contract. The only way I knew my Now TV contract was up was when I had an extra £14 taken on this months direct debit
giridhart18/08/2019 13:20

Before purchasing find out what is minimum guaranteed speed, for fab fibre …Before purchasing find out what is minimum guaranteed speed, for fab fibre it is 17mbps


I was going to say, what is the minimum speed... 17MB? No, not for me
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rugman18/08/2019 13:05

£90 Topcashbackhttps://www.topcashback.co.uk/now-broadband/


£90 if for Super Fab which is £29/month

For this deal it would be £70 cashback.

Hot anyway! Too bad my contract is still have a few months left
No TV...not NOW TV! There's no TV with this deal!
LesD18/08/2019 13:11

No TV...not NOW TV! There's no TV with this deal!


It's Now broadband with the option to add TV packages, will be staying with them hopefully on this deal minus the cashback though.
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Before purchasing find out what is minimum guaranteed speed, for fab fibre it is 17mbps
giridhart18/08/2019 13:20

Before purchasing find out what is minimum guaranteed speed, for fab fibre …Before purchasing find out what is minimum guaranteed speed, for fab fibre it is 17mbps


I was going to say, what is the minimum speed... 17MB? No, not for me
Incidentally, my Dad's on the normal broadband package. Absolutely no complaints from him or whenever I use it. Speed is maxed for his line. And after a year when they put the price up, he just rang and asked what they could do, they just dropped the price by £15 - less than what he was paying before the increase. I was there, it was the "softest" haggle I've ever seen...
My plusnet deals runs out on the 20th so might have to go for this or the vodafone deal .... thanks
If only I could get through to them they don't seem to want to speak to their existing customers. Looks like I'll be going elsewhere soon.
Edited by: "budgio" 18th Aug
I took this out for mother recently. Still waiting install - couldn't get fibre on her line, she's in a cul-de-sac and everyone is on virgin. She's been paying £70+ a month for years to them and can't afford it on pension now she's stopped working.

This and the 12 month TV deal with a stick means she gets DSL BB (with guaranteed DL speeds better than BT were quoting) unlimited (upto 1 hour) calls and TV with catch up apps etc for £24pm. TCB tracked at £80 for DSL even though it isn't listed. Will see if it confirms after 60 days.
poor company to deal with, was going to transfer but messed up twice so sticking with Plusnet now. I guess if they transfer you okay and you have no problems during your contract then fine, otherwise their customer service isnt great imo. If you go on Live chat and they say your 1 or 2 in the queue it can still take 30+ mins to chat with someone!
I was going to go with them but at the time, plusnet was a better buy. They were supposed to switch me over to their fibre package on Tuesday but I'm still waiting - they're blaming openreach. It's supposed to be sorted tomorrow but I think I'm going to cancel and either go with Smarty and their monthly £18.75 unlimited data sim or 3's 24 month contract. The only drawback is having to buy the router.

Lots of people seem to be using them for their home broadband and are happy. I'm currently using a Smarty SIM and get 50-60 mbps around the house - tree 3 package would be cheaper than plusnet and their speed was quoted as 35-40. Hmm
woldranger18/08/2019 15:09

I was going to go with them but at the time, plusnet was a better buy. …I was going to go with them but at the time, plusnet was a better buy. They were supposed to switch me over to their fibre package on Tuesday but I'm still waiting - they're blaming openreach. It's supposed to be sorted tomorrow but I think I'm going to cancel and either go with Smarty and their monthly £18.75 unlimited data sim or 3's 24 month contract. The only drawback is having to buy the router. Lots of people seem to be using them for their home broadband and are happy. I'm currently using a Smarty SIM and get 50-60 mbps around the house - tree 3 package would be cheaper than plusnet and their speed was quoted as 35-40. Hmm


Indeed I use a Three AI Cube at home for myself as too far away from exchange to get anything other than BT guaranteed 0.8mbps download! Useless! With my Three device I can get upto 50mbps off peak.
Their fibre was good for me, but the web-only support got frustrating.

Also, set lots of reminders for when the promotional period ends. The last couple of providers I was with ( Talk Talk and Plusnet ) were decent enough to tell me I was at the end of my initial contract. The only way I knew my Now TV contract was up was when I had an extra £14 taken on this months direct debit
LesD18/08/2019 13:11

No TV...not NOW TV! There's no TV with this deal!


Exactly what I was thinking they're still stinging you to pay for the Now TV
Rebadged sky Broadband delivered over the opnreach network.
Cracking deal.
I have had unlimited fibre with nowtv for last 12 months, never again, the range from the router is v poor, around 20 feet away and you are struggling and only two plug in slots on the router, when everyone else gives you 4. I complained and was told ‘that is how it is’ - final left them this week hurray,
I was able to get the Fab Fibre package with anytime calls for £20/month last year.

Now TV retention is pretty good. My projected bill was £35 next month but I have managed to get it to £25 and then to £21.50 on another 12 month contract.

Overall, service is good during the day but I sometimes get cut off at around 2 in the morning. The Sky Hub is absolute trash with android phones which I resolved by plugging a BT HomeHub in. My internet/phone line only completely went down once because of an exchange fault but Now TV was prompt to give some of my money back.
I'm with sky the now but they are not prepared to offer any sort of deal which is unusual for them. As a result I have no choice but to go to another provider. Sky's service has been good though but the cost at full price is not for me. Therefore NOW tv looks like a good bet and with topcash back available even better. I was concerned with the service with Now tv but not much negativity which looks good from the posts thus far.
When I was mooting suppliers I tried to ask them a question via live chat, 2 attempts and 2 hours later got a response. That put me well off them
budgio18/08/2019 13:49

If only I could get through to them they don't seem to want to speak …If only I could get through to them they don't seem to want to speak to their existing customers. Looks like I'll be going elsewhere soon.


I waited for 45mins before I got through to customer services on the phone yesterday. She agreed to give me the same deal as last year but when the email confirmation came through anytime calls was omitted (previously included). I got through on chat more quickly but was told that I could only have the anytime calls for an additional £8pm. The customer services is dismal and extremely frustrating. I think I got it sorted but not holding my breath
I've just renewed my contract for another 12 months.

They were going to increase the price from £25 to £37 but Retentions put the price down again for another 12 months.

It is difficult to get through on the phone sometimes - I got through on the third attempt. First two calls I hung up after waiting for 45 mins in the queue.

Overall service has been good although the router does once in a while slow down for a short while.

I had to keep the router cool with a USB fan after it crashed on the hottest day of the year
Good deal, except for the bit about prices may go up
trades77718/08/2019 17:29

I'm with sky the now but they are not prepared to offer any sort of deal …I'm with sky the now but they are not prepared to offer any sort of deal which is unusual for them. As a result I have no choice but to go to another provider. Sky's service has been good though but the cost at full price is not for me. Therefore NOW tv looks like a good bet and with topcash back available even better. I was concerned with the service with Now tv but not much negativity which looks good from the posts thus far.


Mine's was out of contract today with SKY.Phoned yesterday got it down to 25 a month for fastest package.Never had a problem with retention deals.I'd try again.
360finder18/08/2019 15:34

Indeed I use a Three AI Cube at home for myself as too far away from …Indeed I use a Three AI Cube at home for myself as too far away from exchange to get anything other than BT guaranteed 0.8mbps download! Useless! With my Three device I can get upto 50mbps off peak.


Would you say the connection is stable? Do you have many dropouts? I'm just trying to weigh up the pros and cons of moving over the a mobile sim setup
trades77718/08/2019 17:29

I'm with sky the now but they are not prepared to offer any sort of deal …I'm with sky the now but they are not prepared to offer any sort of deal which is unusual for them. As a result I have no choice but to go to another provider. Sky's service has been good though but the cost at full price is not for me. Therefore NOW tv looks like a good bet and with topcash back available even better. I was concerned with the service with Now tv but not much negativity which looks good from the posts thus far.


Exactly what happened to me. I'm now looking at the mobile sim route - unlimited data sims for less than £20 a month. Where I am I get upwards of 50mbps on 3s network so it seems like a solid idea. Time will tell.
woldranger18/08/2019 19:36

Would you say the connection is stable? Do you have many dropouts? I'm …Would you say the connection is stable? Do you have many dropouts? I'm just trying to weigh up the pros and cons of moving over the a mobile sim setup


Speeds do drop between 8-10pm 'peak' times but solid all day and over night.

Customer service is great, I just drop a message to say speeds dropping and provide the test results, they give me my months credit....but I am a Three Broadband customer rather than a SIMO in a router so there is a difference.

They can't stop you using a SIM in your own device but they can offer a different kind of support if you use theirs.

If your in contract is hold off til the end of the week when they launch London 5G - see what they price the router at.
360finder18/08/2019 20:16

Speeds do drop between 8-10pm 'peak' times but solid all day and over …Speeds do drop between 8-10pm 'peak' times but solid all day and over night.Customer service is great, I just drop a message to say speeds dropping and provide the test results, they give me my months credit....but I am a Three Broadband customer rather than a SIMO in a router so there is a difference.They can't stop you using a SIM in your own device but they can offer a different kind of support if you use theirs.If your in contract is hold off til the end of the week when they launch London 5G - see what they price the router at.


Ah right, what does it drop to when it slows? How much is it with your broadband per month and did you get a free router?
I'm out of contract and now, out of broadband completely so I need to get something sorted fair quickly really. Cheers for the heads up, I'll look into the launch details m
woldranger18/08/2019 20:32

Ah right, what does it drop to when it slows? How much is it with your …Ah right, what does it drop to when it slows? How much is it with your broadband per month and did you get a free router?I'm out of contract and now, out of broadband completely so I need to get something sorted fair quickly really. Cheers for the heads up, I'll look into the launch details m


They're not saying too much about launch atm, but due this month and the half price deals finish Thursday so I expect a Friday launch.

I use the Cube with Alexa, it alright and deals with a family of five, various constant connected smart home devices, Xbox, fire TV, sky box connected etc.

Speed sometimes halves at peak but everywhere will be different, I'm semi rural and even with line of site to the mast notice the difference saturation has brought.

You could always take a deal now, buyi g online gives 14 day return (not when you buy in-store) and see what their 5G launch prices are in comparison. All their plans are '5G ready' but obviously if signing up for 24 month contract then future proofing would be beneficial, routers will run 4G until you get upgrade where you are.

I tied in as I only get 4G - not LTE where I am so no chance of 5G coming soon, but this close to the launch of the best 5G spectrum network is be various to jump into a 4G device. The Alexa router is £6pm more than the SIMO and has 2x2 mimo but no ariel option if you have the need, their B311 can have the bunny ears or separate directional ariel installed if needed. Best option is something like a Huawei B612 as they receive the widest range, including the high end spectrum that Relish use on 4G which will be rolled out where 5G won't be.
360finder18/08/2019 20:47

They're not saying too much about launch atm, but due this month and the …They're not saying too much about launch atm, but due this month and the half price deals finish Thursday so I expect a Friday launch.I use the Cube with Alexa, it alright and deals with a family of five, various constant connected smart home devices, Xbox, fire TV, sky box connected etc. Speed sometimes halves at peak but everywhere will be different, I'm semi rural and even with line of site to the mast notice the difference saturation has brought. You could always take a deal now, buyi g online gives 14 day return (not when you buy in-store) and see what their 5G launch prices are in comparison. All their plans are '5G ready' but obviously if signing up for 24 month contract then future proofing would be beneficial, routers will run 4G until you get upgrade where you are.I tied in as I only get 4G - not LTE where I am so no chance of 5G coming soon, but this close to the launch of the best 5G spectrum network is be various to jump into a 4G device. The Alexa router is £6pm more than the SIMO and has 2x2 mimo but no ariel option if you have the need, their B311 can have the bunny ears or separate directional ariel installed if needed. Best option is something like a Huawei B612 as they receive the widest range, including the high end spectrum that Relish use on 4G which will be rolled out where 5G won't be.


Cheers for the info, especially that the current deals end on Thursday! I'll look into those routers.
Just a word on cashback, they declined mine when I signed up for the super fibre deal last year so don't count on it too much.
I got the Nowtv anytime calls, broadband, six months entertainment pass , free installation and connection, for £18 a month deal, guaranteed for 12 months with £120 Topcashback (which paid out) some months ago, totally delighted.
4D1L18/08/2019 17:24

I was able to get the Fab Fibre package with anytime calls for £20/month …I was able to get the Fab Fibre package with anytime calls for £20/month last year.Now TV retention is pretty good. My projected bill was £35 next month but I have managed to get it to £25 and then to £21.50 on another 12 month contract. Overall, service is good during the day but I sometimes get cut off at around 2 in the morning. The Sky Hub is absolute trash with android phones which I resolved by plugging a BT HomeHub in. My internet/phone line only completely went down once because of an exchange fault but Now TV was prompt to give some of my money back.


How did you manage to configure homehub in nowtv line? Thanks
slipd18/08/2019 13:38

Incidentally, my Dad's on the normal broadband package. Absolutely no …Incidentally, my Dad's on the normal broadband package. Absolutely no complaints from him or whenever I use it. Speed is maxed for his line. And after a year when they put the price up, he just rang and asked what they could do, they just dropped the price by £15 - less than what he was paying before the increase. I was there, it was the "softest" haggle I've ever seen...


Got my business then, Virgin refused to do anything whatsoever except upsell.
COLD.

Paid £22 per month for a 150mbps line with hyperoptic. They got 1 gbps line for a few quids more. 11MBPS ?! People deserve better for what they pay.
I don't mind Now for the price and generally, they are mostly problem free. But if you *do* have a problem..

HORRENDOUS customer service. Will happily leave you on hold for two hours and the technical support team cannot/will not/do not offer a callback service. The webform you fill in doesn't give you any kind of receipt of acknowledgement by email, so you have no idea if they've received it or not (and they will use this to say they haven't).

With the amount of adverts I see for Now TV, I'd expect Sky to give them more than 5% of their resources.
flowerking19/08/2019 10:01

COLD. Paid £22 per month for a 150mbps line with hyperoptic. They got 1 …COLD. Paid £22 per month for a 150mbps line with hyperoptic. They got 1 gbps line for a few quids more. 11MBPS ?! People deserve better for what they pay.


Only in a very limited amount of areas, most people in the know have looked into this already
flowerking19/08/2019 10:01

COLD. Paid £22 per month for a 150mbps line with hyperoptic. They got 1 …COLD. Paid £22 per month for a 150mbps line with hyperoptic. They got 1 gbps line for a few quids more. 11MBPS ?! People deserve better for what they pay.


If only they had better coverage. Not in Brighton yet. And site says not anytime soon.
I signed up with NowTV a few months ago when it was £30pm with £90 cb (which tracked instantly). I thought it was a good deal then.

This one is even better.
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