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SSE Fibre Unlimited Broadband with Line Rental (Up to 35Mbps / 18 Month) £22 per month with £50 Amazon Gift Card via Giftcloud
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SSE Fibre Unlimited Broadband with Line Rental (Up to 35Mbps / 18 Month) £22 per month with £50 Amazon Gift Card via Giftcloud

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Posted 28th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

£50 Amazon gift voucher when you sign up for SSE Unlimited Fibre, for £22pm on an 18 month contract.

Price includes line rental, and no price hikes during your 18 month contract. In order to get the reward, click the get deal link and provide your email address before continuing to sign up.

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Here's what SSE broadband deals mean for you

  • Zero price hikes during 18‑month contract
  • No exit fee with 60‑day Happiness Guarantee
  • No upfront broadband charges
  • Free wireless router
  • Unlimited downloads

Giftcloud T&Cs

1. £50 reward available when you purchase a fibre package from SSE. This includes the following products: Unlimited Fibre and Line Rental Only; Unlimited Fibre andAnytime Landline; Unlimited Fibre and Anytime Landline Plus.

2. £60 reward available when you purchase a fibre plus package from SSE. This includes the following products: Unlimited Fibre Plus and Line Rental Only; Unlimited Fibre Plus andAnytime Landline; Unlimited Fibre Plus and Anytime Landline Plus.

3. To be eligible for this offer, you need to click on the offer promoted above and provide your email address.

4. Terms and conditions apply for these offers. Please visit the offers page for more information.


5. Terms and conditions apply for all of the above products. Please visit SSE to know more.


6. Amazon.co.uk is not a sponsor of this promotion. Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards ("GCs") maybe redeemed on the Amazon.co.uk website towards the purchase of eligible products available on amazon.co.uk. GCs cannot be reloaded, resold, transferred for value, redeemed for cash or applied to any other account.Amazon.co.uk is not responsible if a GC is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission. See amazon.co.uk/gc-…gal for complete terms and conditions. GCs are issued by Amazon EU S.à r.l. All Amazon ®, ™ & ©are IP of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates
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Avoid SSE at all costs. Their system is provided by Daisy Internet, I had nothing but issues when I was with SSE. They limit some services and have speed caps for using too much data. We used to get slowed down after watching streaming.
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Avoid SSE at all costs. Their system is provided by Daisy Internet, I had nothing but issues when I was with SSE. They limit some services and have speed caps for using too much data. We used to get slowed down after watching streaming.
I used to be with these years ago and was getting 76mb speed and anytime calls for this price, not that fast
TCB by the way
Edited by: "Disco.Dave" 28th Feb
We get a very stable 37mb all week, but come Fri sat sun, it'll buffer on iPlayer...
Avoid like the plague. Terrible speeds, through "daisy". I had to go to the ombudsman in order to leave without penalty.
+1 that they are a terrible, terrible service.
I proved to them that they were traffic shaping but they were adamant they did not do that - despite charts showing the opposite they could not explain.

They let me go penalty free. Made >£200 in cash back that year though so was worth the grief!

I get 80mbps for this price with BT, retention deal however...
Just left sse. Broadband so slooowwww and phone line is complete . Same line previously with sky and had no probs. Signed up with now tv 9.66 per month for the non fibre broadband though.
Edited by: "bladfire" 28th Feb
tekhieboy28/02/2020 17:48

Avoid SSE at all costs. Their system is provided by Daisy Internet, I had …Avoid SSE at all costs. Their system is provided by Daisy Internet, I had nothing but issues when I was with SSE. They limit some services and have speed caps for using too much data. We used to get slowed down after watching streaming.



Used to be with Daisy, SSE now with Vodafone with no traffic management
pdm197128/02/2020 21:04

Used to be with Daisy, SSE now with Vodafone with no traffic management


And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. Vodafone admitted they do not have the capacity at the exchange for the number of customers they have and they are not prepared to upgrade the infrastructure.
lju28/02/2020 22:36

And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. …And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. Vodafone admitted they do not have the capacity at the exchange for the number of customers they have and they are not prepared to upgrade the infrastructure.


Surprisingly enough, Vodafone use Daisy as a backhaul too...
bladfire28/02/2020 20:22

Just left sse. Broadband so slooowwww and phone line is complete . …Just left sse. Broadband so slooowwww and phone line is complete . Same line previously with sky and had no probs. Signed up with now tv 9.66 per month for the non fibre broadband though.


I'm having the opposite problem. Was fine with SSE, switched to sky because of a deal and speeds have dropped from 56mb to 25mb over the same phone line and same router.
lju28/02/2020 22:36

And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. …And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. Vodafone admitted they do not have the capacity at the exchange for the number of customers they have and they are not prepared to upgrade the infrastructure.


That's good to know. I'm just in the process of leaving Virgin and was considering joining Vodafone on their Superfast 2. What kind of speeds were you getting?
Jiggy.Jiggy28/02/2020 23:37

That's good to know. I'm just in the process of leaving Virgin and was …That's good to know. I'm just in the process of leaving Virgin and was considering joining Vodafone on their Superfast 2. What kind of speeds were you getting?


Less than 1mb and I player refusing to load as a result.
I think I had either 40 mb or 80mb few years ago.possibly the Worst provider I used. Only good thing at the time was the price.
lju28/02/2020 22:36

And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. …And I'm just leaving Vodafone for exactly the same reasons I left SSE. Vodafone admitted they do not have the capacity at the exchange for the number of customers they have and they are not prepared to upgrade the infrastructure.


That’s rather a local problem though isn’t it? I remember sky having these problems initially.
newsgroupmonkey29/02/2020 08:53

That’s rather a local problem though isn’t it? I remember sky having these …That’s rather a local problem though isn’t it? I remember sky having these problems initially.


Not when they refuse to fix it and say "tough". That will be the same for every exchange they are in. Could you put up with it working intermittently for 12 or 18 months?
My dad signed up for SSE fibre and has no complaints. UK based call centres too so usually helpful when you call.
Another paid ad. You can get better for same or less money. Google it.
StudentGrant29/02/2020 12:50

Another paid ad. You can get better for same or less money. Google it.


Yep, it’s a deal that’s been setup for HUKD. Not bad that you get the £50 amazon voucher but SSE aren’t the best and the deal is weak in comparison to others in the market
Be warned giftcloud aren't a trusting company, search google giftcloud Bristol reviews 3 stars at best. No doubt bumped by fake reviews, I personally have lost a hundred quid on buying a gift card from them recently. No reply, other than automated ones, I had used them before, but lately it seems they have gone corrupt !

Really not impressed...might be different and honoured if SSE get on at them ! you have been warned is all i'm saying.
Judging by all the complaints it seems a bad move..
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