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Onestream CHEAPEST UK broadband - 11mbps £13.99 + £9.99 postage - £177.87

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Posted 13th Oct 2018
Onestream Flow Unlimited Broadband Including Line Rental costs £13.99 for the first 12 months and then £24.99 a month after that. The minimum contract period is 12 months.

Your super dooper router is absolutely free but we need to charge £9.99 for secure delivery.

11 mbps down / 1 mbps up

Also 35 / 9 mbps for £26.99 and 63 / 20 mbps for £31.99 a month on 18 month comtract

All include line rental.

Also 12 month internet security included!

Bargain for £13.99 for those that don't need the faster speeds, the cheapest in the UK including line rental.

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nothingmuch13/10/2018 23:22

11mbps? So 1990


Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the 1990's, or the woeful broadband of the 2000's.

11Mbps is plenty fast enough for the most important things.
nothingmuch8 h, 45 m ago

11mbps? So 1990


With there being a market for retro products why doesn't some company offer a dialup service, £1 a month would be reasonable. I know younger hduk users won't have a clue about dialup but watching the screen fill one line at a time oh the fun we had and it taught us to be patient lol.
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Showing as £24.99 to me for the cheapest
Man these speeds are slow
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 13th Oct 2018
stevo610513/10/2018 23:12

Showing as £24.99 to me for the cheapestMan these speeds are slow


Just scrolling down from main page, showing £13.99 for me
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Onais_Khan13/10/2018 23:15

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How you get it to say that?
stevo61051 m ago

How you get it to say that?


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stevo61053 m ago

How you get it to say that?


I go on the website, nothing that special
stevo610513/10/2018 23:19

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mine says 24.99 no 17.99 in sight.what is happening
Try this link, then click on logo for home screen and to view other speeds prices. HERE
11mbps? So 1990
Sorry, I think the link from before is wrong, got from a techradar article
Onais_Khan33 s ago

Sorry, I think the link from before is wrong, got from a techradar article


This is the correct link
stevo610510 m ago


I guess it depends where you live and what is available in the area, for me, up to 2 years ago the best speed I was getting was 3mbps....
Hot! For those who do not need super fast internet, this is probably the cheapest service available. What is the point to pay £20+ if you don't need to?
Unfortunately speeds vary depending on exchange distance etc. Luckily I’ve been able to get maximum speeds from my ADSL/VDSL providers.
sheffield78813/10/2018 23:37

Hot! For those who do not need super fast internet, this is probably the …Hot! For those who do not need super fast internet, this is probably the cheapest service available. What is the point to pay £20+ if you don't need to?


I've had 8 to 9MB ADSL for years and its been fine for MMOs, Battlefield, Call of Duty, streaming, youtube etc - usually only notice a slowdown if Mrs Paddy is streaming something through Amazon video at the same time - even then its still mostly fine.

Out of interest what do people with a ton of bandwidth use it for?

Voted the deal hot, looks a good price and they seem upfront about your expected speeds.
nothingmuch57 m ago

11mbps? So 1990


They have faster speeds (up to 76 mbps) but they are not at such competitive prices.
nothingmuch13/10/2018 23:22

11mbps? So 1990


Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the 1990's, or the woeful broadband of the 2000's.

11Mbps is plenty fast enough for the most important things.
nothingmuch1 h, 12 m ago

11mbps? So 1990


Some streets can't get more than that
Plasticpaddy42 m ago

I've had 8 to 9MB ADSL for years and its been fine for MMOs, Battlefield, …I've had 8 to 9MB ADSL for years and its been fine for MMOs, Battlefield, Call of Duty, streaming, youtube etc - usually only notice a slowdown if Mrs Paddy is streaming something through Amazon video at the same time - even then its still mostly fine.Out of interest what do people with a ton of bandwidth use it for?Voted the deal hot, looks a good price and they seem upfront about your expected speeds.


Not only this, but the price can be attractive for older people with memory problems. Family can set Alexa devices to remind about medication or other tasks, can set cameras to keep an eye on vulnerable people, also can use Skype if they have relatives abroad...I can understand people need fast internet for TV streaming, smart technology becomes more and more available and wants more speed. However there are lots of people out there paying £20+ for a landline just to have internet for occasional use, so this could be a good alternative for them. I'm not saying is worth the price, but you can't find cheaper. i believe the price is good for 11mbps, for faster internet other providers have better prices.
"12 month contract" yet t&c specifically states "minimum term of either 18 or 24 months."
its only in england speeds 11mbps for 24pounds are Okey..hmm in rest of europe 111mbps standart for 24euros
11mb for £13.99 for 12 months then £24.99 for the same slow speeds?

I guess it depends upon your needs and I've voted hot as it includes line rental meaning you can get online for just a few quid on top, but after that then you need to switch as you can get much better deals for £24.99
nothingmuch8 h, 45 m ago

11mbps? So 1990


With there being a market for retro products why doesn't some company offer a dialup service, £1 a month would be reasonable. I know younger hduk users won't have a clue about dialup but watching the screen fill one line at a time oh the fun we had and it taught us to be patient lol.
yadiyada14/10/2018 00:33

Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the …Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the 1990's, or the woeful broadband of the 2000's.11Mbps is plenty fast enough for the most important things.


Lots of speed snobs around taken in by all the hype and upselling about why infinity 2 is essential and infinity 1, let alone 11M, just won't do.

I dropped back from fibre to copper this summer and have noticed no day to day difference other than in my bank balance.

In my experience the biggest slowdowns, on fibre or copper, are caused by wifi coverage or contention. But the standard sales patter is to up the broadband package.

That's not to say there aren't people or households who don't need fibre. I'd say a house with lots of teens and adults doing their own thing would. But I also see single users and low usage couples being herded like sheep into fibre too.
Edited by: "gwapenut" 14th Oct 2018
The speed is not great but it is more than reasonable, I had 3mbps until 2 years ago and survived. The price is good too if we compare with what is around here now. We are in the UK and these are the prices. Yes, almost anywhere in Europe this will be under £5, and for £10 you will get at least 5 times faster. But we are in the UK, where most of us have to pay for landline and where the market is well behind. Since people are complaining everything here is run by the EU, I wish the EU should have had imposed standards with regards to broadband speed. Good price in comparison with what is available.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Oct 2018
Kidmonkey1 h, 5 m ago

11mb for £13.99 for 12 months then £24.99 for the same slow speeds? I g …11mb for £13.99 for 12 months then £24.99 for the same slow speeds? I guess it depends upon your needs and I've voted hot as it includes line rental meaning you can get online for just a few quid on top, but after that then you need to switch as you can get much better deals for £24.99


I agree, there are much better deals for £25, not so much £13.99. You can nearly get VM for that price
AndyRoyd6 h, 29 m ago

"12 month contract" yet t&c specifically states "minimum term of either 18 …"12 month contract" yet t&c specifically states "minimum term of either 18 or 24 months."


The two faster connections have 18 month contracts, this one should be 12 months
gwapenut1 h, 19 m ago

Lots of speed snobs around taken in by all the hype and upselling. I …Lots of speed snobs around taken in by all the hype and upselling. I dropped back from fibre to copper this summer and have noticed no day to day difference . In my experience the biggest slowdowns, on fibre or copper, are caused by wifi coverage or contention.


Totally agree with 'gwapenut'. The sheeple are seduced into buying fibre packages in a 'keeping up with the Joneses' mindset. And, the irony, slow everything down by using wi-fi. 5Mbps is ample for the serious stuff. Seems to be a well kept secret.
yadiyada9 h, 19 m ago

Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the …Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the 1990's, or the woeful broadband of the 2000's.11Mbps is plenty fast enough for the most important things.


Indeed that's a comment from someone born in 1998 I reckon....we'd have given our grandma to the devil to have got T1 back in the mid to late 1990's - most were on 56k dial up modems until at least 2002 or later.

Anyhoo, as to the deal seems ok but when price increases you're back into regular pricing so might want to switch (if you can be arsed)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Oct 2018
do BT Openreach still operate the scam where they charge if you decide to disconnect the line instead of swithcing?
Edited by: "maddogb" 14th Oct 2018
Company, 'Onestream'. Launched in July 2018. Looks like a reseller for Vodaphone, but I could be wrong. The Onestream website is very scant, and contains errors (eg phone us 'free', 0333 xxxxx), various Onestream web pages are blank, redirects etc.
Signing to them would be for the brave (foolish?), a leap of faith. But their ADSL price might be useful as a bargaining tool when renegotiating a contract/price with one's current broadband supplier.
The advertising rules changed recently, so 11Mbps is ADSL2+ and can provide speeds between 0.5Mbps and 24Mbps depending on local infrastructure. It's the same service that was advertised previously as 17-20Mbps and as 24Mbps at it's introduction.

リチャード-グドコフ14/10/2018 06:47

its only in england speeds 11mbps for 24pounds are Okey..hmm in rest of …its only in england speeds 11mbps for 24pounds are Okey..hmm in rest of europe 111mbps standart for 24euros


I'm pretty sure that's a myth. How about providing an example? Make sure it's a service available to over 95% of the population. Niche services giving you 100Mbps+ for £25-30 a month are available in parts of the UK too (B4RN etc.).
yadiyada10 h, 59 m ago

Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the …Clearly someone who never lived through the dial up doldrums of the 1990's, or the woeful broadband of the 2000's.11Mbps is plenty fast enough for the most important things.



Brings back memories. In 1995, my first modem was a Motorola FasTalk II which had a picture of a cheetah on the side and connected at, I think, 28 kbps. 2 years later, I upgraded to a USRobotics Sportster which connected at 56kbps (with that distinct bong sound). Email worked fine then for me, as also access to bulletin boards.
You'll also only get those speeds if your line is capable of achieving it... . Advertise only what people can get please
aHHHH watching porn documentarys on 56k ... You had to have self control back in those days
sound of the suburbs
s sizzle sizzle bong bong
and dont forget no-one else could use the line while you were online
You only need faster speeds if you are a multi user household or downloading large files. I used to think I needed the fastest but dropped down to standard sky, saved loads and can still stream HD iptv.
Not a bad price . Best I can manage from Sky BB + LR was £15 after much haggling and mutterings about being such a loyal customer.
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