Talk Talk Black Friday Broadband Deal. £19.95 P/M for 18 months (£359.10) Was £27. New and Existing customers.
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Talk Talk Black Friday Broadband Deal. £19.95 P/M for 18 months (£359.10) Was £27. New and Existing customers.

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Found 29th Oct
Just noticed advert for Talk Talk, offering over 25% off their broadband packages. Includes line rental.
Standard at £19.95.
Faster fibre (up to 38mb) £25.
Faster fibre with speed boost (up to 76mb) £27.50.
My current Talktalk package costs me £33, so this will save me £5.50 p/m!

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Is it for existing customers?

Not a great deal. I am with Virgin (50Mb) and I pay £15/month including line rental

sam197039 s ago

Not a great deal. I am with Virgin (50Mb) and I pay £15/month including …Not a great deal. I am with Virgin (50Mb) and I pay £15/month including line rental


Prove it

jb661 m ago

Prove it


I am on virgin 100 mb deal for £19 including line rebtal

Original Poster

RGB13 m ago

Is it for existing customers?



For new or existing!

RGB15 m ago

Is it for existing customers?


It says on the page existing customers can get the same deals as new customers, ive just done it on the upgrade page

Original Poster

My EE contract is the one from June for a fiver, it doesnt mean its available to buy now!

mkh9318 m ago

I am on virgin 100 mb deal for £19 including line rebtal



Okay, so how does a new customer get this?

jb6633 m ago

Okay, so how does a new customer get this?



OP was for a new or an existing customer. I gave an example for an existing customer offer on virgin.

Plus talk talk are the only broadband provider to offer truly unlimited downloads!. Good deal will be getting thanks!

SonnyArnold23 m ago

Plus talk talk are the only broadband provider to offer truly unlimited …Plus talk talk are the only broadband provider to offer truly unlimited downloads!. Good deal will be getting thanks!


BT, Virgin and Sky offer truly unlimited downloads too. They don't have a traffic management policy (apart from Virgin upload). I've never had any issues with any of them.

BT have software in the exchange which deliberately slows you down. Also if you turn the modem off and then on again, the software thinks there is a fault and slows you down more each time it happens.

You can check it your self by going to the BT website for a speed test / line check and then click on the profile. The profile is the cap they set which your speed cannot go over, by the end of the Month for most people the profile has gone down!

As I have posted in the past BT ( Bl**dy terrible) Company, honey trap you in with a sweet deal and then increase the charges through out the term.
Edited by: "Proveright" 29th Oct

Really good deal, unfortunately for me I can get only Sky, Bt, plusnet or talktalk so hot for me. After 3 years with sky can't get any good deal so I need to move on.
Edited by: "gagapuk" 29th Oct

If you're going to post a deal with talk talk, it's going to go cold, too many people have just had non existent internet connections with them, my experience is as follows:

3 years of cutting signal which they insisted was a problem with the house, it hasnt occurred in over 10 years with BT though, they will just do anything to pass the blame one and insisted it would cost to send a technician to the house to check the line. I wasted hours with their customer service about the missing internet connection, it was impossible to download anything stably. their only suggestions for fixing were to spend more money, the only fix turned out to be finding a company that doesn't have the reputation of a pile of manure.

if you need a stable connection at any time of day outside the hours of 5-6am then you need to go with a company not affiliated with talk talk, the cost of time wasted with customer service will never be worth any money you save.

Another user 'PKRichie' has pointed the following out on this thread for a different deal - hotukdeals.com/com…043 -

"Except that Plusnet are a member of ombudsman (Ofcom approved Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) scheme for handling customer complaints) and ISPA (The UK Internet Service Providers Association offers extra consumer protection)
So any problems you might face, you have somewhere to turn, with TT you have no chance if they won't resolve your dispute."

Talk talk aren't recognized as a legitimate provider of service by the vast majority of HDUK users and as stated above the ombudsman doesn't either.

sam197029th Oct

Not a great deal. I am with Virgin (50Mb) and I pay £15/month including …Not a great deal. I am with Virgin (50Mb) and I pay £15/month including line rental


And I can fly when I put my tin foil hat on...

Been with TT for over 2 years now on 76mb connection. ALways been good. Had an issue once with an internal phone extension putting noise on my line and profile got reduced - as would happen with any provider. I replaced the lead and called them, asked them to reset my profile and they did. Arranging that with BT would be a nightmare. Plusnet too, not as good as they once were before BT got involved. Not forgettng Plusnet shape traffic (naughty in this age).

crankup20 m ago

Been with TT for over 2 years now on 76mb connection. ALways been good. …Been with TT for over 2 years now on 76mb connection. ALways been good. Had an issue once with an internal phone extension putting noise on my line and profile got reduced - as would happen with any provider. I replaced the lead and called them, asked them to reset my profile and they did. Arranging that with BT would be a nightmare. Plusnet too, not as good as they once were before BT got involved. Not forgettng Plusnet shape traffic (naughty in this age).


Same here. People talk a load of boll***s about TalkTalk when in reality they know nothing at all about it. I've been through most ISPs at some point or other over the years and TalkTalk's no worse than any other. Infinitely better than BT too, and a lot cheaper.

For new customers go through comparethemarket and it appears you can get unlimited uk calls until 2nd November with this deal

ianmcintyre2 h, 24 m ago

For new customers go through comparethemarket and it appears you can get …For new customers go through comparethemarket and it appears you can get unlimited uk calls until 2nd November with this deal


Yeah I noticed that, makes it a great deal.
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