Talk Talk Fibre Unlimted £25 a month / 24 months £600 in total
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Talk Talk Fibre Unlimted £25 a month / 24 months £600 in total

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Found 5th Sep
Unlimted fibre max including line rental only £25 a month!
24 month contract!!
Upto £105 Quidco!

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24m contract but contract term irrelevant as it's TT so there will no doubt be multiple instances of price rises during that term that will permit opporunities to jump ship without early termination fees.

What speed is that as I can`t see the graphic?

When I looked at them the guaranteed minimum speed on a line that supports 17mb already was only 2mb....I took that to mean that they could easily throttle the connection to a low speed and there would be nothing I could do about it?

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Well it's talk talk so you wont have a stable connection... or any connection at all most of the time.

Their 'services' are perfect though for anyone who only ever downloads via torrent so several connection interruptions a day wont break the whole download, or for anyone who has an excess of time to spend 24/7 getting no where with customer disservice

Keith953430 m ago

What speed is that as I can`t see the graphic?When I looked at them the …What speed is that as I can`t see the graphic?When I looked at them the guaranteed minimum speed on a line that supports 17mb already was only 2mb....I took that to mean that they could easily throttle the connection to a low speed and there would be nothing I could do about it?



OP deal TT £25 "Faster Fibre" = max 38Mbps. Additional £5/month for max 76Mbps where available.
2Mbps ADSL would normally be a result of the customer's physical distance from the exchange and not throttling by the service provider. Different system with fibre where typically for TT the max speed is dictated by the customer's distance from the (significantly nearer) street box, not the exchange.

all the talk talk issues i have ever had on 3 lines at 3 diferent properties were caused by talk talk crappy router, all sorted and stable when replaced for fritzbox's and once an exchange issue took 2 days to fix

AndyRoyd56 m ago

24m contract but contract term irrelevant as it's TT so there will no …24m contract but contract term irrelevant as it's TT so there will no doubt be multiple instances of price rises during that term that will permit opporunities to jump ship without early termination fees.


its a fixed 24 month contarct i am with them and when they lower prices u can too

AndyRoyd50 m ago

OP deal TT £25 "Faster Fibre" = max 38Mbps. Additional £5/month for max 7 …OP deal TT £25 "Faster Fibre" = max 38Mbps. Additional £5/month for max 76Mbps where available.2Mbps ADSL would normally be a result of the customer's physical distance from the exchange and not throttling by the service provider. Different system with fibre where typically for TT the max speed is dictated by the customer's distance from the (significantly nearer) street box, not the exchange.


Thanks. My point is that the line achieves 17mb already and I can actually see the exchange from my house. To say that after switching over to them on ADSL, I should accept 2mb is laughable and never going to happen. As it is I `m switching to Vodafone 38mb where the guarantee is 35mb. I`m happy to sit waiting for them to achieve that as I won`t pay the bill if it doesn`t each month and I`llk actually be using our 75mb Virgin line for most of the interent. The only reason we started looking was because ee put our price up without even letting us know and even after giving them the chance to rectify the mistake of taking a customer for granted they didn`t want to help...I`m nothing if not fair and true to form after signing up for Vodafone, I receieved a call from ee asking if I was changing for any reason!!!!

Keith953446 m ago

Thanks. My point is that the line achieves 17mb already and I can actually …Thanks. My point is that the line achieves 17mb already and I can actually see the exchange from my house. To say that after switching over to them on ADSL, I should accept 2mb is laughable and never going to happen. As it is I `m switching to Vodafone 38mb where the guarantee is 35mb. I`m happy to sit waiting for them to achieve that as I won`t pay the bill if it doesn`t each month and I`llk actually be using our 75mb Virgin line for most of the interent. The only reason we started looking was because ee put our price up without even letting us know and even after giving them the chance to rectify the mistake of taking a customer for granted they didn`t want to help...I`m nothing if not fair and true to form after signing up for Vodafone, I receieved a call from ee asking if I was changing for any reason!!!!



I believe providers are obliged to state the minimum speed that can be reasonably expected to be achieved. As TT decline to provide a service less than 2Mbps, the default minimum speed provided by TT is 2Mbps. Suggest there is some ambiguity / misintepretation of service spec. TBH if you can see the exchange from your property and there are no bizarre cabling routes you should reasonably expect an ADSL sync speed somewhere near 20Mbps.

I already get 17mb on ADSL with ee. There is no misinterpretaion on my behalf. I have a transcript of my conversation where I asked what it meant. TT - "We will try to do better , but if that`s all it ever gets to, then we have provided the service you require" ME - "I get more already?" TT - "You would still have to stay until the contract expired"

Can you see why I didn`t sign up with them for £19.99 a month now?

Talktalk and Sky both have a presence in my local exchange according to Sam Knows

The last time BT were here with a Hawk machine it said 31 meters to the kerbside box and 191 meters to the exchange
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