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SSE - Free Google Nest Mini and Nest Thermostat E worth £248 when you switch energy tariff + possible £85 Quidco cashback
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Free Google Nest Mini and Nest Thermostat E worth £248 when you switch energy tariff with SSE + up to £85 cash back through Quidco This has to be done online through quidco and d… Read more

Has anyone with SSE not had an electricity bill had my gas normally have them together but not this time say next bill due in aug


(mad) All suppliers do that unless you are on fixed tariff. Mine with british gas also gone silently up over last year as I was on standard.


I am not sure, I don’t remember the charges at the beginning of the contract , the online bill doesn’t mention it either just how much I used (mad) very cheeky how there don’t simply put everything on your bill like a telephone or mobile contract Price increase could be the reason why as I’m sure bulb is not fixed price (confused)


glad for this reminder to check my tariff, ended up switching to 1 year fixed with British Gas with free boiler cover. £50 cheaper than bulb, eon was cheaper based on usage but that required a smart meter and it's impossible to fit without tearing my kitchen apart. I was tempted by this as I woulnd't mind a smart thermostat but I guess its more of a gimmick than somehting I would really benefit from.


Surely you had price increase in between ?

SSE Customers - £11.50pm / 12months fibre broadband inc line rental when signing up for new fixed rate deal
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Posted 3rd Jun 2019Posted 3rd Jun 2019
SSE Customers - £11.50pm / 12months fibre broadband inc line rental when signing up for new fixed rate deal
Was just coming up for end of fixed tariff and looked at what the current offers are if I stay with SSE but go for a new fixed term deal. Noticed this £11.50 broadband offer. Consi… Read more
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Ive had their internet for about 14 months - big selling point was no contract. Has been absolutely fine


Been with the broadband service for 4 years, happy to pay full price and stay with them now. Been a near faultless service in that time, occasional self channel changes on the router if speed has dropped. Never experienced throttling of any sort, a constant 74 Mbps Steady signal for streaming purposes,. No threatening letters, no matter how much you download. ,


The contention on their service is abysmal. We were getting less than 2mbps in the evenings, then as soon as I switch on a VPN it would jump to 20mbps, so clearly they are packet scanning and also in contravention to EU net neutrality rules. Customer service is terrible too. We had to write to the CEO before any visible action was taken, and finally after 9 weeks they removed their service from our line and refunded us. In the mean time we were not able to order any other service from another company. They blame BT Openreach for everything, are accountable for nothing. If you do any kind of home working you can expect to have to buy yourself a mobile broadband dongle as upload speeds of less than 1mbps as a matter of routine will force you back into the office in no time. Do yourself a favour and read online reviews, then stay away. You're welcome.


The same was said last year for closure early 2019, then NPower merger then they scrapped that. It’s floating a subsidiary that it will most probably be the majority shareholder in, tax advantages to that as well as holding a separate board to account, it’s all a farce really. Two SSE companies now need to make profit lol they are dependent on each other esp in the SSE Distribution for north Scotland, this is about shifting blame and making that person accountable, doubtful they will sell off North Scotland retail if they eventually sell this new energy retail division off. They will want the cream, sell the rest where it doesn’t have Distribution rights. Frankly it’s all nonsense, a proper Chief Exec would be running the company correctly, not fragmenting it, it’s got massive assets in Distribution in the U.K. and if you can’t make good profit out that you as CE are out your comfort zone on capability. Simplicity is if you hike above RPI customers will leave. 10% hike (lol) that was always going to lose money when you are trying to gain it and market share. Ofgem caps raised, “unsustainable business models” means wants hundreds of percent profit, not a fair deal for a non obligatory utility service, you can go without gas but not electricity. I mean just look at what Ireland done with broadband over electricity, look at SSE selling consumers broadband (excited) There is money in enterprise telecom customers, little in reselling BT Openreach when you pay for the external marketing. Now it’s almost giving fibre broadband away to tie people into its higher rates utility products (lol) The companies a strong company with assets and a absolute poor one in leadership pool. Their plans ?? Reminds me when Alldays was the subsidiary of Watson & Philip Wholesalers, one company had to go bankrupt for the other to profit, the wholesale to retail margins were tiny, Co-op got a good shop footprint out of that at least, with utility customers just move to another, there’s nothing for a bankruptcy administrator to sell of real value with SSE Retail Energy, so are SSE trying to offhive energy retail staff costs and pensions because it certainly seems that way, if it goes under well SSE save a lot of money and start afresh cheap. Expect a new branding/merger then with no reference to SSE, can’t have the parent brand damaged by how they are going to liquidate high wages/pensions in it call centre admin.

Unlimited Fibre Broadband from SSE 35mps - £23/month over 18 months = £414 total - £70 TCB
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Posted 22nd May 2019Posted 22nd May 2019
Unlimited Fibre Broadband from SSE 35mps - £23/month over 18 months = £414 total - £70 TCB
Fibre broadband 35mps, including line rental, no set up fee, 60 day happiness guarantee, no price increases, router provided and unlimited downloads £23 per month, over 18 month co… Read more

Where are all the good broadband / fibre deals?? This is OK but not much better around.


As someone who had SSE (pretty sure I use to have the 80mb package. Not sure. But it was fibre). It’s aweful. Onky reason I was with SSE was due to the price


Internet speed - even for Fibre is rubbish in my area so we went 4g. But before then we went with SSE and we were very happy with the service - I thought Qudico were offering slightly more though.


It's a fairly good deal but TCB isn't guaranteed. I personally prefer Plusnet at £23.50 + £60 reward card via broadband choices. Costs a bit more but more likely to get reward and I think it's a better provider.


I just signed up to this thinking a good deal is it not then ?? Do I need to cancel :)

SSE - Existing customers booking a smart meter appointment get £25 cashback
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Posted 12th Mar 2019Posted 12th Mar 2019
SSE - Existing customers booking a smart meter appointment get £25 cashback
£25 from TopCashback or Quidco. I know many people do not want a smart meter, however you are probably going to get one in the next few years whether you like it or not, so you mi… Read more

If you're with SSE, do yourself a big favour and switch. I switched from EON to bulb lately and saved myself £400. Big 6 energy firms rip you off hard. Have a look on uSwitch today and see if there's a better deal out there. If you do want to switch to bulb / if they're also the cheapest, send me a PM. Can send you my link for friends for £50 when you switch.



Which mans another dumb meter in the main, but the fickle govt tick box of "job done" (more like taxpayer bent over & took it) is complete, whilst you have & maintain the dumb, non-universal meter which you had back at square one! FFS


Enjoy reaping what you sow. (y) & your extremely cold "deal".


Just because I don't write an essay does not mean my opinion is invalid. It's a free £25 for the customer. I don't care what SSE plan to do with the data or how much money the government has wasted on the initiative.

Free Google Home Mini for SSE customers who book smart meter installation
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Posted 25th Nov 2018Posted 25th Nov 2018
Free Google Home Mini for SSE customers who book smart meter installation
Just got a flyer through the door, SSE are giving away free Google Home Mini's to everyone who books their smart meter installation before 21st December.

They'll concoct a cunning plan to get you to pay for it through your bills.


There's no info about this freebie on the website linked - is it just the flier?


No way they will ever force you. If they did I will just keep breaking it.


Some reasonably objective views here: As always, The Registers article comments are usually worth a read too.


They are still allowed to install 1st gen smart meters until April 2019, they are just trying to install poo in to your house. 1st gen will only work with SSE,so if you move provided its useless, and they keep all the data they have collected about you.

Unlimited Fibre Plus & Any Time Plus monthly cost (+ £30 activatiion fee for non SSE customers)
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Posted 27th Oct 2018Posted 27th Oct 2018
Unlimited Fibre Plus & Any Time Plus monthly cost (+ £30 activatiion fee for non SSE customers)
A similar deal has been posted already, but it's not entirely accurate. Topcashback of £151.50 (site says it ends tomorrow, but it's rolled over at least once already). I signed… Read more

Unexpire as the Topcashback is still running.


Regarding the jump downwards, it feels absolutely awful. I recall back in the day when 10 then 20meg was great and and thrilled to have it now 32 seems like treacle. Granted a lot of the time it doesn't matter for general browsing but downloads, streaming and gaming it like treacle. Night and day.


I’ve just cancelled Virgin Media and have switched to SSE taking the £151 cashback on offer. Only intending to use them for a couple of months then go back to Virgin for a new customer deal and hopefully some cashback for that too!! Nervous about the jump from 350 Mb to 36 Mb speeds which is the max I’m likely to get where I live.


I'm on SSE fibre and tested Linux torrent speeds throughout the day to see if there was noticeable traffic management - torrents ran at full speed at all times. SSE also have a rolling one month contract and typically decent cashback, there is nothing to lose for potential customers.


I believe SSE use traffic management, if that's still the case then best to avoid if you watch any streams etc.

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SSE Unlimited Fibre Plus (include line rental) + £90 Quidco Cashback - £390 total
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Posted 8th Oct 2018Posted 8th Oct 2018
SSE Unlimited Fibre Plus (include line rental) + £90 Quidco Cashback - £390 total
So looking for a new provider as my existing BT has now finished (remember this… Read more
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So just a quick update as I got my arse into gear, spoken to the retention team and signed a new contract for £32 for highest BT Fibre line of 67MB. Signed for 18 months. Isn't too bad I suppose.


so a reading a lot of reviews it seems quite bad....


Absolutely horrific. Would not touch with a barge pole. Oh and good luck trying to get out of the contract.


Been with SSE since moving to my new house, nearly 3 years now, I can't really fault it. We're not on the top end of Fibre only 17mb due to the area being pretty poor - but three tv's can stream tv without a problem. Torrent downloading without anyone else on the connection can hit 2mb - no trotting on this end. Lastly, I tried BT briefly - but I didn't rate it the customer service was poor, it seemed to be slower than SSE and something I hadn't realised everything was blocked - no Kodi, no torrenting, could barely stream - I was able to get out luckily. Personally, I just wish the speed was faster, but thats not SSE's fault - the deal along with the Quidco is a bargain.


I also took advantage of their £21 a month deal, never had any issues, would have stayed with them, but their prices went up a lot and got a better deal with Sky. I found SSE really reliable, the hub supplied at the time was better than my current sky hub, I actually had to buy a powerline for my son to use his ps4 online, which I didn't need to do with SSE.

SSE Fibre Broadband 38Mbps + phone - £30 Connection fee (monthly commitment) £24pm plus possible £90 TCB
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Posted 20th Mar 2018Posted 20th Mar 2018
SSE Fibre Broadband 38Mbps + phone - £30 Connection fee (monthly commitment) £24pm plus possible £90 TCB
The price is decent-ish already, but add that its on a rolling monthly contract and the possible £90 TCB and I'm struggling to see what the catch is. £30 activation, but there is … Read more

£30 connection fee still not mentioned in thread cost & title at time of this post. And the OP statement of "but there is no minimum contract term on this product" is incorrect as the minimum term is 28 days.


I don't post deals often so I might be mistaken, but I didn't do any 12m calculation in any post or the title. I can see it's been put there now, but not sure who by.


Arbitrary minimum 12m cost mentioned in prev post in line with the deal title that quotes incorrect 12m cost of £288, not the actual £318 cost.


Maximum cost I'd say, but in any case the 12m is an arbitrary term. I'm usually not in it for a quick cashback buck, but as a bridging provider it sounds quite useful.


Fair observation. So minimum cost over 12m is £30 connection + (12 x £24) = £318.

Cheap 38Mbps Fibre Broadband and Line - No Contract Length! - SSE - Existing Customers Only - £24 per month
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Posted 7th Dec 2017Posted 7th Dec 2017
Cheap 38Mbps Fibre Broadband and Line - No Contract Length! - SSE - Existing Customers Only - £24 per month
Seems pretty good to me. No fixed term unlike most other providers who are 18/24 month contracts. Price seems to be among the best for a phone line and fibre. No connection charges… Read more
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£55 cashback from topcashback making it £19 per month, no set up cost and no fixed term contract. Good deal for existing customer.


You can get just the line rental and 38mb fibre for £24 on a 30 day rolling contract. Thats only £3 more than the contract i was on (same as you). It says you have to be a sse energy customer but if you ask to speak to a manager and say you are coming to the end of your contract they will apply the £5 loyalty discount to keep you. My line will only handle 42mb thanks to BT's useless copper and aluminium lines from the exchange so no point paying for 76mb.


Internet is fine during the day but absolutely rubbish broadband speeds after 6pm. Dropping from 72mbps to 5mbps. Complained many times and was refunded my broadband cost every time, SSE admitted traffic management & congestion when speaking to managers. SSE are just selling an average service via bottom of the pile Daisy Wholesale. They allowed me to leave penalty free & I am never going back unless they change their traffic management policy.


as the poster above said, just their standard offering with the extra charge on top for anytime calls. you can get the £100 card for fibre as well though if you go through moneysupermarket


Looks like their Standard offering (non fibre) £21.50 BB + £4.50 Anytime calls

easy extra money Up to £90 cashback +£50 voucher for double switching your gas & electricity @ SSE via Topcashback
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Posted 2nd Nov 2017Posted 2nd Nov 2017
easy extra money Up to £90 cashback +£50 voucher for double switching your gas & electricity @ SSE via Topcashback
Up to £90 cashback +£50 voucher for double switching your gas & elektricity. Cheap gas and elektricity rates.

​Loads of deals like this now.. I know you can't expect something for nothing but these deals are basically giving you your own money so they can gain your custom. Don't know how they get away with it, car insurance, home insurance, broadband, tv packages all doing this scam... It's not honest at all.


SSE was heartless. Last year, I had to switch my elderly neighbour's electricity for him. One lone frail man paying more than £1100 for a 3 bedroom house a year. I switched for him so that he only paid £14 per month - the one with Ebico and then I changed his gas to Daligas. But now I am with Ebico zero (with Nottingham and this month they actually lowered my DD to £9 whilst most companies will use winter as an excuse to bulk up their DDs.. I am now with Zog for gas! I had to chase Daligas up for my refund as they raised their gas DD for me during winter months, using the Grid's recommendation as an excuse. I don't mind their raising the tariffs, but going mute on my excess payments and only paid up when I emailed them was not nice. Was refunded £11 after emailing them.


Worth getting a quote based on your usage


You'd save more money by getting a cheaper dual fuel deal.


In my experience SSE are a dodgy bunch of feckers. Me, my other half and my ma signed up with Ebico some time back. We were sent the SSE gas card and key for electric (all PAYG) and in all cases loaded the meters with their own tariffs which were more expensive and all had standing charges.. 3 months and 5 cards later everything was sorted. Wonder how many other Ebico customers they pulled that trick on that haven't twigged.. (mad)

Early Access on Shows at Wembley Arena, Hyrdo Glasgow and Arena Belfast as an SSE customer
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Posted 27th Sep 2017Posted 27th Sep 2017
Early Access on Shows at Wembley Arena, Hyrdo Glasgow and Arena Belfast as an SSE customer
Early Access on gigs/shows at Wembley Arena, Hyrdo Glasgow and Arena Belfast if your an SSE customer. Used today to get early tickets for Noel Gallagher High Flying Birds. Useful i… Read more
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Cheers for your help, appreciated (highfive)


Checked on and it does say Atlantic power so all you need to do is sign up.


I will give Atlantic power a call sometime! Thanks again. Btw your visit site and get deal link doesn't work!


Not sure try and see what happens


garethsmith72 Do you or anyone else on this thread no if as an Atlantic power customer who are owned and part of the sse company, would I be eligible for this offer?

SSE Heating Cover - equiv. £15.75/month (£189 p.a.) NO EXCESS @ SSE
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Posted 26th Sep 2017Posted 26th Sep 2017
SSE Heating Cover - equiv. £15.75/month (£189 p.a.) NO EXCESS @ SSE
* FREE for 2 months. Then £18.90 for the remaining 10 months. Plus £40 energy credit for SSE energy customers * Repairs to your boiler, controls and full central heating system… Read more

What puts me off these plans is they are all direct debit only schemes which makes cancelling a ball ache.


how much does it typically cost for an annual boiler service these days?


Been with SSE and only needed to call them out once and even then the boiler just needed a rest. It is a peace of mind but the renewal price is £18.90 per month for the same cover. paying £16.90 at the moment. Been searching and found the following from SWALE. anyone with them?


I do use SSE , but only their one off fee which is £150. If there is something serious wrong with your boiler like the pump going or PCB fault. The £150 all in fix is good. Worth bearing in mind.


Have a Worcester boiler installed by accredited installer and get up to 10 year guarantee provided you have boiler serviced by them. See

Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Line Rental - No Contract - SSE - £28 (Energy Customers)
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Posted 5th Sep 2017Posted 5th Sep 2017
Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Line Rental - No Contract - SSE - £28 (Energy Customers)
Ok, this one looks good. SSE are offering their energy customers unlimited fibre broadband for £28 a month. Admittedly there are cheaper deals out there, but the clincher for this … Read more
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Yes on normal use - running speedtests at It started off not quite good then after a few months the throttling started. Many many phone calls later they temporarily stopped the throttling however it soon kicked back in. Search hotukdeals for the mega thread on the


I'm on the 18 month for £21 contract for the line rental and 'free fibre'. I haven't had any problems honestly, at the beginning I wasn't sure about download speeds but I think it was less about throttling and just our area. Our area does only get 17mb fibre - which is very disappointing but thats across the board. But once I began streaming all of my content and its brilliant - paid or unpaid services worked great. If the price was right - I'd be happy to stay - but if not, Talk Talks prices stay the same later in the year, I think we'll go there.


I'm coming to the end of an 18 month contract with them £23/month inc 76mb fibre, line rental and anytime calls. Have to agree with the others, great during the day but throttled to death of an evening. Have complained and complained and to their credit i have had a lot of money back but don't think i will stay once my contract is up.


on normal use? (ie not torrent crap) I'm with them on the 76mb service, don't get throttled at all, apart from torrents, which I only downloaded to test after seeing others saying they were getting bad speeds (I got 37kb hahaha) but newgroups downloads I max out my 40mb limit on an evening no problem.


If you value your sanity don't touch this with a bargepole - throttled from 55mbps during the day to 2mbps every evening.

SSE free appliance scheme - Free Appliances for Eligible Benefit Claimants
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Posted 13th May 2017Posted 13th May 2017
Posting this as most ppl might not be aware of this scheme (i wasn't ) the application is simple and If ur struggling and need a new appliance then hopefully this MIGHT help in som… Read more

This post is only cold and expired because of the hate for people on benefits. Typical right wing society we live in...


someone needs to relook into this and unexpire it, some may be missing out. A little more clarification on the steps in a post would be great....


Why is this expired?


What I'm saying is its a DEAL for customers nota FREEBIE so is in the right place


So what your saying is that this is a freebie that you pay for! And it's not free because you have to be a customer to get it free. Nice logic.

Free tickets for the Women's FA cup final for SSE Customers
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Posted 6th May 2017Posted 6th May 2017
Free tickets for the Women's FA cup final for SSE Customers
Claim up to 8 free tickets to the to the 2017 women's FA cup final @ wembley with SSE Rewards (southern electric customers only) under 16's also free. game is 13th May. I attended … Read more

There are literally better footballers in men's Sunday league


That's why I said 'probably'.


Well SSE were tge cheapest for me when i uswitvhed???


I would like to see highlights on motd, I watched a bit of the game live last year. Wouldn't watch it all. I can see why they give away tickets. About 4 people in the stadium.


Good way to catch up on your sleep.

FREE £100 Love to Shop gift card (new and existing duel fuel) plus £77 cash back QUIDCO
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Posted 18th Nov 2016Posted 18th Nov 2016
FREE £100 Love to Shop gift card (new and existing duel fuel) plus £77 cash back QUIDCO
I've just switched to SSEs fix and shop tariff and received £50 per fuel, £100 total, received within 2 weeks of placing my order! This is open to new and existing customers Plus … Read more
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there's not a region in the UK where customers can't find fixed deals a lot more than £100 cheaper than the OP's however - I do see a use for it: 1. you're moving house - if you time it right you could get the deal & the £100 vouchers then leave the new owners saddled with this pea-poor tariff 2. you're a serial switcher - you get this deal & the vouchers then switch to one of the countless better deals straight away - if you time this for non-winter months (ie no central heating) then the over-priced bills you pay with SSE are not a major consideration (maybe 2 months worth?)


What makes you think I am overpaying? I don't live in an area that SSE have provision rights for, so they could well be the cheapest option for me. They're not, it's OVO Energy, who I use, but changes in every postcode based on your consumption. So wind your neck in, mind your own business and let the people can benefit from the OP's post do so, until you have actual relevant information to everyone this could affect. Have a nice day.


You had enough yet luvsadealdealdeal ?!


awful deal :)


freezing in hell iced over

Up to 76MB Super fast broadband Unlimited and Callsfor £21pm including line rental with  £378 SSE
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Posted 10th Nov 2016Posted 10th Nov 2016
Up to 76MB Super fast broadband Unlimited and Callsfor £21pm including line rental with £378 SSE
Take advantage of this 18-month offer when you take either of our phone packages – Talk Anytime or Talk Anytime Plus. This is currently the cheapest out there at this Speed

I have noticed that 2GHZ band is not great on this router compared to 5Ghz.. Giving me now full 71mb download on wireless. so avoid using 2Ghz band ... and yes getting full speeds even after 5pm..


Waiting for Black Friday ... were some awesome deals on at the time last year. If the trend continues, I'd try to ensure I take out a 12 month deal every Black Friday.


We've been with them for 5 months now, we're happy. Torrenting and uploading aren't great. But streaming tv online and browsing the internet aren't a problem. Disappointedly, the area only gets 18mb at its fastest, so we got get the benefits of the ultra fast internet but we are running 3 TVs that are all streaming at the same time and have no issues - so no complaints here.


I also got this phoned them up its likely you are with talk talk / sky or some one else that has took your line for their own network I have the misfortune to be with talk talk ) you can get it but its a llu un-bundle fee of 36 £ something


i got £131.30 cashback paid but had 6 weeks of hell, you tube buffering, downloads on my Sky box taking hours when they should take a few minutes, glad i finally left

SSE Ultrafast Fibre Broadband upto 76mbps + talk Anytime 18M contract £21 - £378
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Posted 15th Oct 2016Posted 15th Oct 2016
SSE Ultrafast Fibre Broadband upto 76mbps + talk Anytime 18M contract £21 - £378
SSE Ultrafast Fibre Broadband upto 76mbps + talk Anytime 18M contract £21 My virgin media broadband contract (£22.99 for 75mbps) is coming to and end next month. I have no idea wh… Read more

[/quote]Check post #24.... Quidco is now back down to 110 and MasterCard is 125. But noticed the line rental is down to 28.49. [/quote] cheers for the reply.. didnt realise that wife could go on as a new customer (doesnt the same surname pose problems?).. now its working out to be 17/pm (without the simo) which is still reasonable i guess but not quite as sweet as 13/pm :) thinking of waiting till the black friday and see if there's anything special from BT then..


Check post #24.... Quidco is now back down to 110 and MasterCard is 125. But noticed the line rental is down to 28.49.


Assuming it's a standard 12 month deal and you having to pay £30 termination fee and nothing else to get a new phone number it's working out roughly £8/month... Cracking deal, well done..... Is the offer still on or did you have to chat with them for the bt sport offer + mobile bit? Cheers


I cancelled by BT and service ends next week. Wife applied as a new customer and BT resupply us a day after I get disconnected. So getting the following * BT Infinity 1 (£11 pm) * New telephone number + free weekend calls (I also want the socket moved so this saves me money doing it privately). (£19pm but I paid £205 upfront line rental saver) * BT Vision with free BT Sports package (£10 upfront cost - £0pm) * SIMO unlimited mins / texts and 500MB 4G data (£5pm) Wife went through Quidco so we get the following things back (hopefully) * Quidco £160 * BT Rewards Mastercard £150 (Claim 2-3 weeks after BT Infinity 1 activation) * BT Rewards iTunes £20 (Claim 2-3 weeks after BT SIMO activation) p.s I really liked my last 12 months with BT. No traffic shaping. Always max speed. Wife n kids have not uttered the dreaded word "buffering" in the last year.


In the same boat as yours.. Most likely Ditching BT infinity 1 to go back to the standard copper plusnet internet.. In my experience a more reliable internet connection (tad slower but no noticeable change watching YouTube or Netflix) than the bt's infinity 1 which can be intermittent at different time of the days although faster when it does work... I was advised to her the contract taken over by a new supplier to avoid paying the termination charge so that's what I'll do

Fibre Broadband (76MB) With Anytime Calls £378 Inc Line Rental @ SSE (18m contract)
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Posted 9th Oct 2016Posted 9th Oct 2016
Fibre Broadband (76MB) With Anytime Calls £378 Inc Line Rental @ SSE (18m contract)
MONTHLY COST BREAKDOWN: £5.00 call bundle, £0.00 broadband and £16.00 line rental per month. It's an 18-month fixed term contract for both the broadband and phone servi… Read more
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Contacted them today and been told that my area doesn't have fibre optic line :/ so they offer my standard 17mbps plan with £29 which is more expensive than fibre optic plus 23 days for the installation


You could do the BT deal today and just delay installation until after your contract ended? The BT deal is very good - especially through Topcashback!


Finally managed to leave this contract penalty free. Moved from EE to SSE and the speed dropped overnight. Was paying for 75mbps but got as low as 4mbps with the majority of the time under the minimum guaranteed speed of 50mbps. I would estimate I made close to 20 phone calls, 30 or so emails. Finally took it to Ombudsman and they've found in my favour. SSE staff are friendly and appear helpful, but they never solved my problem with speed. I definitely wouldn't recommend. Oh, and it made me laugh when I tried to cancel and they said the cancellation fee was higher than the remainder of my contract!!


Same here, TalkTalk contract ended yesterday and the best they could offer me with their new packages was a 40% hike on what I was paying before. No thanks!


Try Sky.

SSE 38mb or 78 mb fibre broadband back to any customer £21 p/m for 18 months Total £378
Posted 3rd Oct 2016Posted 3rd Oct 2016
SSE 38mb or 78 mb fibre broadband back to any customer £21 p/m for 18 months Total £378
£21.00 per month FREE SSE Ultrafast Fibre Broadband with our Talk Anytime package MONTHLY COST BREAKDOWN: £5.00 call bundle, £0.00 broadband and £16.00 line rental per … Read more

Worth waiting till the end of October, under new ofcom rules, ISPs have to provide a no line rental option for Fibre, as Vodafone have started to do so, and now Talktalk too. Should mean clearer prices. Independents like Entanet are no better of late, it seems sites like Apple and Microsoft get heavily throttled to a few kbps during the day, to push people using it for business purposes onto a Biz contract. Its causing Windows 10 Updates to fail, which is annoying as its left in the update log. Especially bad on the day after Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, Entanet don't seem to have the daytime capacity to cope anymore. Sad, as they used to be excellent. I did sign up for SSE, but cancelled in the cooling off (when they had the £126-£136 cashback), decided better the devil I know. Glad I didn't sign up now, reading the latest feedback, Entanet can be annoying but mostly OK outside Biz hours. Assume the cashback has disappeared because SSE were fiddling it. It didn't track for me, I've a pretty much 100% success with TCB other than that SSE transaction.


We're talking about broadband providers here. All i'm saying is, don't be put of by a low rating for SSE on TrustPilot, because all broadband providers do on there.


I can't find the unlimited calls deal from Talk talk for £27. Can you please provide the link? thanks


You've managed to miss the point entirely. Richer Sounds proves they do! :p


Yeah that well known broadband provider Richer Sounds... great comparison.