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TalkTalk is one of the UK’s largest communications companies, serving millions of home internet users. Along with internet access, the company offers mobile phone, pay TV and landline packages, enabling customers to cover all their communications needs. All of these packages are regularly the subject of discounts and the latest TalkTalk reductions can be found at their HotUKDeals listings. Read more

All TalkTalk Deals, Discounts & Sales for September 2018

Fibre Broadband ONLY £23.50 a month inc Line Rental @ Talk Talk
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Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Hi Everyone Just moved home and received an amazing offer from TalkTalk, its cheaper than BT and Sky over the 18 months and they promise not to have any price increases during the… Read more
wotguvnotmeguv

I tried to sign up with TalkTalk this month. Signed up on the 3rd, and earliest engineer appointment they had was the 25th. Then last Monday I had a text saying: “We're having to sort a problem with your order before we can get you up and running. Don't worry, we'll let you know as soon as possible if there's a small delay to your go-live date.“ I was sufficiently intrigued to contact them, and it turned out they had taken too long to try and port the landline number, which had been disconnected by Virgin, who we had just left. And contrary to “we’ll let you know”, they said I had to cancel the order, wait 48 hours for it to go through, and start all over again. They’d also cancelled the engineer appointment without telling me - I’d specifically booked a day off work to accommodate it. 48 hours came and went, then they said they’d call on Monday. I just told them to make sure it all got cancelled, and moved on. So I’ve got absolutely nothing from them, but have lost my phone number which I’ve had for 15 years, as well as a day’s holiday.

fergie1010

No from an advert. When I did join they give my a further discount on my sim only contact

a13xgh123

Did you get the £20 deal as you was a Vodafone mobile customer?

fergie1010

I got the same deal only £20 with Vodafone. Also big plus no Indian call centres.

markwigg

Thanks for taking the time to post OP. Sorry this isn't a deal its just the going rate. Plusnet is £23.99 for fibre broadband and you can get £70 quid cashback Now broadband often have an offer where its only £20 per month too inc line rental, that offer just finished. I used to be with TalkTalk years ago and they were OK in my area but I know plenty of others who have had issues.

Unlimited fibre broadband £22.50 per month @ TalkTalk
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Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Unlimited fibre broadband £22.50 a month. Unlimited usage with speeds up to 35mbs. Guaranteed no mid contact price increase. Includes WiFi hub. If you are not happy you can leave … Read more
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CartoonHead78

It's £23 for 60+mb through a comparison website either compare or u switch I think can't check at the moment if u can't find it give me quote and Ill find it when I get home

RamsJord

Yes I upgraded to the new route. Had it 8 weeks and can't fault it

nemetor

I had no problems when with Talk Talk. Just a nightmare trying to leave without being fleeced. Their foreign robots mentioned above do their best to be as thick and clueless as possible. In the end I got help from their UK executive team and a goodwill payment, in respect of not murdering any of their call centre staff or online foreign robots. I wouldn't rule out returning for an amazing deal but would escalate any complaint immediately to their UK team. Even then I don't see it happening.

glaspark

I always vowed I would never go to TalkTalk but they offered this deal (plus £60 cashback, which I received two weeks ago) and I went. Couldn't be better, I've not had one single drop since May. Lovely looking router too.

wellhellothere

Went on live chat and quoted this that I saw on there forums...... Your existing router is not classed as a Super Router and as a Fixed Low Price Plan customer you are entitled to a DSL-3782 or HG633 router which are the two currently supplied. The TalkTalk Community support team will return on Monday. Until then the best options for TalkTalk support are LiveChat or Messenger on the MyTalkTalk mobile app (8am to 10pm). What I suggest is to go onto LiveChat and simply ask for the Super Router you're entitled to. Say Community has confirmed your entitlement. Any problems, come back and let us know. But all being well you'll get your Super Router delivered by courier early next week. They sent out a new hub free of charge.

TalkTalk Faster Fiber Upgrade (Existing Customers?) - £22.49 / month (check emails)
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Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
CHECK YOUR EMAILS - I got an email with a “one-click upgrade” link attached. Clicked it and immediately got an upgrade from 19 Mbps (Approx) Fast Broadband to there 70-80 Mbps (App… Read more
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theeighthday

Thanks for pointing this out, I've just upgraded from paying £20 for standard broadband to £19.95 for fiber. I've never had any trouble with talktalk personally, and as we live in a flat they seem to be the best way to get Sky TV using their boosts. I'll have to wait and see how their speeds are when it comes into effect, but worst comes to worst I can use it to get out of my contract (they're a little cheeky though, apparently I have 20 days to cancel my contract starting from today, but the fiber won't be activated until the 13th)

Gentle_Giant

And I quote "Clicked it and immediately got an upgrade". Everything else I said is also true, clicking might get you an upgrade, but there are no guarantees. There are a couple of entire estates near me that cannot get fibre, even though it runs down the road right past them, because BT contractors in the 80's and 90's used aluminium cable instead of copper. (BT PR are mealy mouthed about this, they constantly say "BThave never used aluminium", neglecting to mention all the contractors they allowed to use the stuff).

mollyalicekee

I literally clicked the button and they’ll send me a router to plug in when it’s ready in a few weeks time - Nothing more than a wait whilst they switch me over so not misleading at all! There is no such thing as “instant” broadband except for cellular services to my knowledge so I hope that clears it up for you and others here (embarrassed)

Gentle_Giant

The post is slightly misleading, clicking a button doesnt get you fibre broadband in an instant; it gets you a fibre upgrade appointment sometime in the future, it will take at least a week, and probably longer; plus you may need a new router. This is always assuming that your local cabinet is fibre enabled, you are close enough to get the service, and that there is spare capacity for you to be connected; plus speed will be dependant on various factors, including distance and the general condition of your copper phone line. (Forget it if you are lumbered with aluminium cables).

shine1290

I want to upgrade cancel the contract. Thanks

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Unlimited Fibre Broadband. with no mid-contract price rises £23.50pm (18 month contract) + £9.95 del - £432.95 @ TalkTalk
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Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Unlimited Fibre Broadband. with no mid-contract price rises. Our award-winning Fibre Broadband is totally unlimited and comes with our game-changing new Wi-Fi Hub. Perfect for lot… Read more
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kingslick

Can you show me where and how to get this deal please.?

Psxgul

Same

Psxgul

You can phone them and get it for £19

hotest

Im agree, but for free maybe i can change my mind (embarrassed)

povilas.dumbliauskas

Hope just my experience was so bad with talk talk 100 calls for customer service Every single call first 10 minutes explain how to reboot the router and completely ignore what what you saying haha After I was waiting 2-3weeks for engenier. Engineer said I connected to the wrong line than again another two weeks wait untill they contacted "open reach" ... After 3times going same process (4months waiting) they said "we cant sort the problem you need look for another provider" ... Haha BT took 2days connect everything right in a first visit I won't try talk talk anymore even if they offer bag of money for me.

Talk talk unlimited fast broadband now just £18.95 a month for 18months Inc line rental + £9.95 for router del = £351.05 for 18 months
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
I know this isn't fibre or the fastest but for £18.95 a month I thought this was decent considering Virgin are hiking their prices up.
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Felicitous

just cancel the contract now or that's going just cancel the contract now or that's going to be your life for the foreseeable future, should be able to back out via ofcom as they clearly aren't capable of delivering any viable/usable service - shop around for a company that works. I left in 2008 because the company was exactly the same, I have no idea how they survived a decade since, I hear they keep getting bought out though to stay existing

jobbers

I have only been with them a week, still no active phone line and the broadband comes and goes, I had a full week off work last week and wasted the whole week arguing for hours and hours with these people, their technology department that you get passed to is a foreign call centre that is full of people reading from a scripted book and can't even help you, I spent an hour and 10 mins talking to a woman who you could actually hear flicking the pages of the book, and all we did in the 70 mins was turn the router on then off, on, then on etc at the end of the call she said she couldn't help me and I would have to ring back another day. For anyone reading this DONT sign up with Talk Talk you will regret it.

apeman69

Two weeks ago I switched to Talk Talk fast broadband (ADSL) for £17 per month on a 12 month contract with free router. I thought it was strange to have a 12 mth contract cheaper than the 18 mth but I'm happy to switch again when contract expires. My d/l speed is 5-10‰ faster than previous provider and, more importantly, the connection is stable and constant. With previous provider, connection would drop every few minutes starting at the same time every day. Was with them for 12 years and this started within last 2 years so it's clearly their doing. Happy with Talk Talk so far. Everything they have said would happen has happened and as planned. Early days but no problems so far. This deal is for 'regular' ADSL, not fibre. There are still many of us that can not get cable or fibre at our residences, unfortunately.

smr1

Bt who I'd been with for many tens of years and had fttc with them for a number of years used to charge me over twice the price talktalk charge. Line rental and 76mb fibre is £25 per month while BT were around £19 for line rental alone with another around £30 for 76mb fttc. They wouldn't deal with me and even said my price would increase by 50p if I dropped my speed (since everyone was getting free upgrades if their line was capable then anyway.) Not that Talktalk have a clue and I've had problems since switching with speeds dropping etc, The latest thing is my max attainable keeps dropping and has gone from 96mbps to 80mbps with my sync dropping from 79mbps to 68mbps.

roll_me_some

Sweet. I will look in to this. Thanks!

TalkTalk £23.50 per month Fibre Broadband 18 months +£9.95 Equipment Delivery Charge £432.95
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Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
This seems one of the cheapest Fibre deals (excluding hyperopic which isn't available in my area) but I can't see it posted on HotUKDeals. I'm trying to get out of my expensive Vi… Read more
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fastfurious65

Yes I got it for £22.50. £9.95 delivery charge, but £100 cashback through Topcashback. Always worth looking at Topcashback.

loumar76

As I started to type this comment my connection dropped out again (mad) I can't wait until Tues , we get to leave talk talk without charge because of poor service. We were only 5months into the contract but not once in all that time did we get half of the guaranteed speed. We were paying for fibre plus but lucky to get 20 mbps. We had more online chats , line tests and engineer visits in that time than in the previous 12 years .

loumar76

It does in our house (mad)

beckymad1

Appalling customer service, I wouldn't have their broadband again if they paid me!!!

praevalens

Me too

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Talktalk faster fibre with speed booster 63 mb £25 p/m 18 months Free activation, Free hub £450 - £50 quidco cashback
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Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Talktalk faster fiber with speed booster is £25 per month and average speed is 63mb, 18 months contract. Free activation. Free hub. Go through quidco will give you £50 cash back. … Read more
shalton

They can't be as bad as BT. Last 3 weeks since they got me to cancel a transfer to vodafone - I have been lied to left right and centre, spent hours on the phone to them as well as online chat and emails.

mazabits

Well I keep getting my comments removed so there's no free speech here to describe this company. I think a petition to get the CEO fired might be needed

theavail

100% Agree service never ever worked to the standard they said and trying to get sense out of anyone in there call centre is SERIOUS! 👎👎👎

afroylnt

I thought they got their name from what you will spend most of your time doing with customer service...

speacock36

Tried to go through cashback site says I still have an account 3 yrs on and to phone them, that would mean no cashback!,

Retention deal Talk Talk Superfast Broadband, Speed Boost, Sky Sports Boost and Line Rental £33
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Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
As title, live chatted with them to get this price. I felt it was reasonable. I know this is very much hit and miss, depending on the wind direction, time of day and whether or no… Read more
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D0minic

Worst broadband company of all time!!

mazabits

Crapppppppppp

crazydad

Totally agree. Been with TT for over 8 years. If you need to get in touch with them never phone, if possible, use the live chat. For example my mothers phone went down last Friday (not TTs fault). Went on chat Saturday morning and reported it and got calls diverted to her mobile, got a phone call Saturday afternoon with an update, same Sunday then Openreach sorted it Monday. Excellent service, I think.

Wear_The_Fox_Hat

Please don't take it personally mate. It's not you it's TalkTalk as a current customer I think their customer service is awful. On par with another awful company NowTv. Don't stop posting. Just stick your hard hat on and weather the TalkTalk storm (y)

Morrow00

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) wow that's terrible

TalkTalk Fixed Price Unlimited Faster Fibre Speed Boost (63Mbps minimum speed) - £25pm x 18 months = £450
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Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Just signed up to talktalk after BT price increase. Topcashback tracks £85 Minimum Guaranteed speed: 66Mb Download speed: 73Mb to 80Mb Upload speed: 19Mb Contract length: 18… Read more
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dcx_badass

Has this expired? I can't see these prices anymore.

Psxgul

They gave me free and they said once your contract is over phone us again and we'll apply it.

loofer

Apart from a local outage I had last week, TT have always been fine for the past few years I've been with them (on and off). I just rang them up calling bluff. I've got 11 months remaining on contract and told them I was considering leaving for Voda. They didn't hesitate to offer me a boost (as an add-on) on my speed to avg 63mbps and also drop the price to £22.50 for a new 18 month contract. Happy!

loofer

is this a promotional tariff? I'm still paying £25 for my 36mb BB with them. Currently still under contract but might give them a ring anyway in case they will do a free upgrade like BT customers from 36mb to 52mb last year

HUKDAddict

They don't give it for free. It costs extra £5 normally but now £2.50

talktalk - Fibre broadband (35mb) + Sky Sports - £37.50/month
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Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
talktalk are offering an amazing deal on their unlimited faster broadband. Includes TalkTalk TV (88 channels) Fixed Price Unlimited Faster Fibre (35mb) Sky Sports
MagicGS

If you went via broadband genie you also get £75 amazon voucher.

BergkampWonderland

Thanks for posting. My bt contract finish in next month and they do not have fibre in my area. Talk talk fibre go live from 6 of august on my adress. I took - Faster FibreSpeed Boost (D:53Mb - 76Mb; U:13Mb - 20Mb) - £25 a month and 0 upfront costs.

a4007035

Lots of negativity on this deal. Comparable providers are much higher.

cjhilton49

Try this site,F1 in SD&HD&FHD £4/month,useful if you are abroad as well https://helixhosting.ninja

adamspencer95

I've had EE BT Talktalk Sky as my ISPs the only one i've had issues with is EE so i dont think its fair to blame talktalk for any line issues.

talktalk doing sky sports for £15 a month for 9 months for football season
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Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
Add Sky Sports Season Pass + TV Box 8 Sky Sports Channels Free TV Box View channels & plan details Over 50% off £15 a month was £34 Sky Sports offer valid for 9 months … Read more
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a4007035

Yes do it through uSwitch and then get the £15 sky sports deal. Basically you get fibre broadband + Sky Sprots for £37.50/month. Some people charge that for fibre alone. And I was paying £42 for my sky package a couple of years back.

coolpuppy99

If you go to uswitch they only charge £22.50 and its only on a 18 month contract all on talktalk and £0 set-up fees and you can still get £15 sky sports so shop around.

kpearsoncj

i got it for just adding on as a boost

hishaq

Avoid TalkTalk worst broadband company going

scottishpunter

Must take unlimited broadband, so this is an add on price, not stand alone, which is a further £24.50 a month and a 24 month contract.

TalkTalk Standard Broadband - Only £17 a month on 12 month Contract £204 (Quidco £100 cashback) With cashback works out to be £104 for 12 months)
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Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
I know there are many haters of TalkTalk, but I have used them in the past and find their service/reliability no better or worse than any other services. The broadband speeds also… Read more
elbs

how? thinking of joining but heard bad things about the usual Huawei routers they use

GrumpyArab

I had three different issues with Talktalk across the 1.5 years I have been with them. They handled them all extremely poorly. Can't wait to switch away from them.

flamethrower

Remember TalkTalk have blocked VPN, remote access programs such as TeamViewer etc from their end so you will have lots of trouble if you want to get those unblocked.

.MUFC.

You would be better with a bit of string and some empty cans than you would on TT. Every year consistently voted the worst provider.

rickj

Sounds like my sky account to me .

Talktalk Retention - Unlimited Fibre, Line Rental and TV Entertainment Pack
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Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
Called to cancel and offered nothing but still gave cancellation notice. Called back today on 03451720088 and offered:- Fibre, Line Rental and TV Entertainment Package for £28… Read more
osymandus

Weirdly seems to depend where you are in teh country . I've been with them for about 4 yeras now , always helpful , no issues and any faults sorted (though granted i use Livechat mostly ) .

col11

Just my opinion, I think retention deals should have they own section as your specific deal will not necessarily be a thing available to everyone who tries and nearly all "retention deal" posts go cold. I'm not saying you didn't get a good deal but it's not to say everyone will get offered the same due to how long you've been a customer, who you get to talk to or even what mood they are in!

jona77

Are this lot still awful when it comes to customer services?!!

dave859

Lol Talktalk have the haggling skills of trigger from only fools and horses.

tighty

yeah i've found that they do pretty godd retention deals. My last one though was confusing. I will provide the abridged version: Me: I only want to pay £15 for fibre large unlimited TT: let me go check with my manager .... TT: OK we can do it for min of £25 over 18 months Me: No that's still too much. I will sign up if you give it too me for £20 TT: OK how about £18, that's the best we can do LOL

Standard broadband with free super router with talk talk and get a £60 voucher from giftcloud @ uswitch / giftcloud / talk talk
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Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Take out standard broadband with talk talk through uswitch, and get a £60 voucher off giftcloud. All very confusing Up to 17mbps Our brilliant Super Router Make more of your bro… Read more
Trump2017

Gone with Vodafone after 5 years being loyal customer to TT terrible service recently where internet disconnects constantly slow service even off peak time only chosen Vodafone cuz you can get your money back while Internet is slow or they haven’t fix the problem let’s see and watch the sp

osymandus

Regarding ISPs it is still sadly local. BT when tbe opened their loop years ago tried to restrict upgrades and companies own kit going in. Now depending on how tour isp got in to your exchange, the area and inferstructute in the first place plus subsequent really decides your service.

rhodyate

I am having a terrible time at the moment with talktalk, I have had 5 engineers out over the last 5 weeks and nothing has been fixed yet, I am on talktalks fastest fibre 76mb download speeds, but I am only getting 0.01mb download speed at the moment = wtf, can I leave talktalk with out being charged I have 6 months left of my 18 month contract.

Gentle_Giant

Is this the same "Super Router" that has had a serious flaw allowing people to bypass the WPS system since 2014?? I think I'll pass.

as905

talktalk is excellent & best value for money isp in the uk

Standard Broadband and Unlimited Anytime Calls inc. mobiles £18.95 pm TalkTalk
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Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
If, like me you just want standard unlimited home broadband, but also need unlimited anytime calls to landlines and mobiles, I think this is a great deal. This includes line renta… Read more
Benjimoron

When I signed up to this I agreed to a contract with the free calls add-on for free for 18 months. Within a couple of months of signing up I received an email, maybe about a week ago, to say they're increasing the price of it! I've sent an email to the CEO's office, just wondering how anyone else has got on with getting the charge removed?

little_green

Right because I was on live chat for about an hour and they completely refused to do this for me. They stated the best they could offer would be 18.95+5 for the call boost. ... So can you tell me why this is the case when you say I should be able to get the deal but they tell me no

anneo4512

they wont let me have this deal they said its not on the talk talk website

snowee

Thanks for this post - I called talktalk and said I wanted to leave - they put me through to the dept. in S.Africa who are much more efficient and it enabled me to get broadband and unlimited calls for £18.95 for 18 months. I've never had any problems with their broadband, but their 'chat' and customer service in Asia is pretty poor, but rarely need to contact them, so no big problem - I did try to get this deal via chat, but they wouldn't give it to me, so phoning was better option. My parents also managed to get faster fibre and unlimited calls for £25 for 18 months - after quoting this deal on 'compare the market' - as they will give existing customers the same deal as new customers

carol.coates

Both of our contracts were due to run out in a few weeks time, they advertise all offers are available to new and existing customers. My Uncle was paying £26 per month, he has now the same package on a 12 month contract for £18.95.

76MB Fibre + Anytime Calls + Line Rental - £25.00 Per month / 18 mths
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Just set this up for my parents and thought it was to good of a deal not to share. We are a new customer and got the following today. I got his deal over the phone so unsure if a… Read more
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c7upt

We'll I'm with virgin and they're customer service is pretty much non-existent. I'd take online reviews with a pinch of salt or even angry customers. I agree, everyone has bad experiences with most if not all providers. I'm actually considering a change from my existing 200mb virgin line to either BT or Talktalk.

louiselouise

This offer was available at the end of February - though it was a 12 month contract https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/talktalk-38mb-fibre-uk-anytime-calls-2250pm-12m-contract-or-76mb-for-25pm-2898923 I went with the 38MB/Anytime calls for £22.50 a month. Edit: I will say, however, watch your bills, they mucked my mum's up a few times when she took up this recent offer. As we share an Amazon Prime account (meaning, I watch her emails) and I told her about the TalkTalk offer, I was able to tell her to get in touch with them. I get the feeling she might not have noticed for a while!

seftonblake

TalkTalk have no interest in loyalty, customer service or price matching. They say they were hacked (twice), but in my opinion they probably sold their database to raise cash.

TalkTalk

Hi preecyuk200, So sorry the team weren't able to help with this, please don't hestiate to get in touch over Twitter (@TalkTalk) or by using the link above if there's anything further you need at all. Thanks, Becky - TalkTalk Social Team

preecyuk2000

I did exactly that. The TalkTalk representative passed me through to the loyalty team where i was offered this deal for £34.50pm (2yr contract). Disappointing when so many people got this deal, including a family member, only a week ago.

TalkTalk - 38Mb Fibre + UK anytime calls £22.50p/m (12m contract) (or 76mb for £25p/m)
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Deal via Moneysupermarket - use link below if get deal doesn't work.. Not used TalkTalk before but might be of some use to someone. As per title: 38mb for £22.50 p/m with any… Read more
peterkay11

I've had a similar experience, however started to realise it wasn't TalkTalk's fault. Openreach in my opinion are systematically sabotaging TalkTalk in favour of their sister company British Telecom. Smoke and mirrors, the whole system is corrupt TalkTalk have had too much bad press due to their data leak. BT/EE/Plusnet are using their Openreach outfit to completely destroy TalkTalk once and for all. They will then have the monopoly they once had. For the time being I'm taking advantage of TalkTalk's offers and have persevered to get the service as advertised. I hope they get back on their feet as I feel prices will only go up once they have destroyed the TalkTalk service!

steevieboy4u

Phoned the loyalty number and they said I'd get a call back within 15 mins. 25 mins later got a call from the Joining Support Team. She said she couldn't add 12 months, so instead they've added 18 months free UK landline and mobile calls to my account and I told me my 12 month existing contract still stands so I'm not tied up for a further 6 months Sorted (y)

steevieboy4u

Just checked my account online and its stating my Fibre discount ends 23 February 2019 which is correct as that is when I changed but its also saying: Free Unlimited UK Calls Boost Discount for 6 Months, saving you £8.50. This discount ends on 23 August 2018 Time to phone up this time rather go down the chat route. Why are things never easy with TalkTalk?! (horror)

louiselouise

Keep an eye on your latest bill - even though mum phoned the Loyalty Number (and the CS agent she got INSISTED she had to pay extra for UK calls), she phoned back and got the UK Unlimited Calls Boost (free) added. Yet her recent bill still had her paying for those calls! It's been removed - again. Just as well I watch her emails (we share a "family" Amazon Prime account).

css_uk

This wasn't a loyalty offer. It was via a link on Moneysupermarket that also included anytime landline and mobile calls in the package.

TalkTalk retention deal on Chat £18.95/ month incl line rental, fast broadband, 18 months
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Might help somebody, we don't get fibre here. '1. I would like to advise you that we are using the same line with BT. 2. I can help offer you Fast broadband package for £19.95 per… Read more
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poppycat

I have been with talktalk 76mb fast fibre broadband since last month. I have ignored all the negative comments because of the deal was very competitive. Now I am really regret my stupid decision as I have been getting only 7mb speed. I never able to use any devices especially in the peak time. When every time I have complained them, they just updated speed up to 30mb, from next day speed drops again. After lots of complaints not resolved the problem completely. Previously I was with BT and getting around 45mb speed and no issues.

TalkTalk

Hi there, If you're having any problems with your services, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our support teams. You can pop us a message here: talktalk.co.uk/chat. If you'd like any further info, please see here: https://help2.talktalk.co.uk/our-current-plans Thanks, Amanda - TalkTalk Social Team

Felicitous

if it's the same line you used with your previous provider my suggestion is contacting ofcom/ombudsman/trading standards, talk talk will do nothing but lie to customers

WhatABargainFind

I'm currently in the same boat. My landline will stop working for a few hours (no dial tone) and then it'll be back up again. I've called them twice and they've sent out an engineer who couldn't even find the problem. Weird thing is that sometimes if I try calling the landline it'll go through and will work again lol.

seaniboy

My experience all the way to the Cheif Execs team - sociopaths.

Talktalk retention deal 76mb Fibre + Anytime calls 12month contract - £27.50pm - Total cost £330
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Rang Talktalk up and asked what they offered me as my contract is finishing next month. They offered 76mb + Anytime calls for £33.50 per month. So I quoted an online price of £27.5… Read more
James_Haw

i was a out to leave talktalk for plusnet after years of issues, but i decided to ring plusnet first, to see how good their customer service was... after 30 mins on hold the call got disconected, so i upgraded to the 76meg fibrr on a rolling contract for £30 per month.. they do keep dropping the speed but its been very good since then, that was over a year ago!

zararh

I have been with TT since 2005 when they first started and I have had no problems

mtj111

I normally take negative company reviews with a pinch of salt (after all, who actually leaves a positive review when they're happy with a service), but TalkTalk really are the absolute cowboys people make them out to be. Will never EVER deal with them again. They could be 50% cheaper than anyone else and I'd turn it down.

rrb68

I'm sure it was the Huawei I had previously. The one they replaced it with is the D-Link DSL 3782 and touch wood that's been fine. Only thing I had to change was in the settings so that the connection was always on. This was to stop my Samsung TV losing the internet connection.

Towner

Same, although they gave me the 76mb Fibre Large.

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Geemac

Yet you had TalkTalk for 12 years :/

MohamedRizk

Awful broadband would not recommend to anyone. Was with then for about 12 years. Slow internet and poor customer service. I was on a 38mbs deal but would constantly get 4mbs. Virgin or other broadbands are alot better so stay away from talktalk

InnovationS

Lol

Chiptivo

Cold because it's Talk Talk. So sh1t they named it twice.

UBV

38mbps is the line speed for this package. Minimum and estimated speeds depend on your postcode and distance from exchange. Talk talk website should tell you the minimum speed they could offer for your phone line.