Unlimited Fuel Broadband, FREE evening & weekend calls + Possibility of £50 amazon voucher @ 16.40 per month
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Unlimited Fuel Broadband, FREE evening & weekend calls + Possibility of £50 amazon voucher @ 16.40 per month

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Found 7th Nov 2015
Unlimited Fuel Broadband
FREE evening & weekend UK landline calls
for 12 months
+ £16.40 line rental

• Up to 17Mb download speed
• FREE wireless router
• 12 months contract
• FREE Fire TV Stick
• FREE 30 day Amazon Prime Trial

Get additional 2x £25 worth of amazon vouchers by referring your own email id. check below link for more details
fuelbroadband.co.uk/ref…end
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Thanks OP. Looking into this for sure!
Anyone can go a free 30 day Prime trial!
Do they throttle though?
Amazingly bad reviews. It looks like they piggy-back TalkTalk, which irrelevant of the hacking thing, is a reason to avoid too.

http://www.broadband.co.uk/broadband/providers/fuel/reviews/page:all/
Been with them for 3 years. Excellent value, no restrictions, no problems.
repouk

Amazingly bad reviews. It looks like they piggy-back TalkTalk, which … Amazingly bad reviews. It looks like they piggy-back TalkTalk, which irrelevant of the hacking thing, is a reason to avoid too.http://www.broadband.co.uk/broadband/providers/fuel/reviews/page:all/


I cant imagine anything piggy backing off TalkTalk!!
was with talktalk for about 8 yrs before switching to sly few months back, there bb was basically faultless more or less never let me down
not too bad a deal - I've been with them 3 years as well fibre broadband which they dont do any more had a few problems but not too bad. - my line rental is £13.59 so not sure 'free' is free
Come to think about it, one day we found the phone dead and because we don't use it that often they refused to give us any money back as I had only just found out and it could have been dead fro weeks! (No doubt the same with all telecomms co?)
Edited by: "lynchnigel" 7th Nov 2015
Just left Talktalk as the call centres and bad lines we have are disgusting. Seems to be a black spot in our area to get a reliable broadband at all. Talk talk customer services are robots and its awful.
googley2

Just left Talktalk as the call centres and bad lines we have are … Just left Talktalk as the call centres and bad lines we have are disgusting. Seems to be a black spot in our area to get a reliable broadband at all. Talk talk customer services are robots and its awful.


They were probably busy with Skynet.
looks a good deal, thanks for posting
Great price, been only offering 6 months free bb/e&w so great to see 12 months, line rental is fixed they don't offer pay in advance options/discount anymore. Just remember they have bad customer services. I've been with them for a few years (previously when they were called newcall telecom) and it has been okay - I get a fairly slow connection so I wouldn't want to pay very much more!
Why are they offering 30day Amazon Prime trial? xD

Anyone can get that.
I've just left these for BT mid way through my contract with them. they are APPALLING!! Regardless of the 'deal', you'll be stuck with a dreadful provider for 12 months. personal opinion, avoid avoid avoid...
Bottom line...most CS Dept's are terrible
nice find op
Been with them for a few years. Broadband seems to run absolutely fine and stream quite alot daily. Million times better than sky broadband. Downside is they gave the most rude CS dept.
Murgatroyd99

Been with them for 3 years. Excellent value, no restrictions, no … Been with them for 3 years. Excellent value, no restrictions, no problems.


same
Worst ISP I have ever had, broadband cuts out at least once a day (If not more) and is incredibly slow. I use my PS4 for live streaming games, downloading games and watching Netflix, YouTube etc. I can only do one thing at once now as the download speed is so slow, even loading webpages takes forever. If you live alone and only want to do one thing at once, this is a good deal, but if you have multiple devices performing multiple tasks at once it's awful. Avoid like the plague, it's cheap for a reason.
Gollywood

Bottom line...most CS Dept's are terrible


I've always been impressed with plusnet.

They offer 18 months free 17Mb broadband (just pay the 16.40 line rental) and 30 quid topcashback. Evening and weekend calls are an extra 3 quid per month if you want those.
I'd much prefer to use them over fuel.
Edited by: "jacksonliam" 7th Nov 2015
repouk

Amazingly bad reviews. It looks like they piggy-back TalkTalk, which … Amazingly bad reviews. It looks like they piggy-back TalkTalk, which irrelevant of the hacking thing, is a reason to avoid too.http://www.broadband.co.uk/broadband/providers/fuel/reviews/page:all/



who anyone piggybacks off is a null point

besides virgin who have their own cable, and small world cable (very small provider), EVERY company uses BT Wholesale in the end to deliver broadband services, so it all ends up there
benlondon

who anyone piggybacks off is a null pointbesides virgin who have their … who anyone piggybacks off is a null pointbesides virgin who have their own cable, and small world cable (very small provider), EVERY company uses BT Wholesale in the end to deliver broadband services, so it all ends up there



That's not entirely true, LLU doesn't run that way or not in the same fashion. The biggest potential problem with broadband other than specific line issues is backhaul contention, which will differ on LLU providers.
benlondon

who anyone piggybacks off is a null pointbesides virgin who have their … who anyone piggybacks off is a null pointbesides virgin who have their own cable, and small world cable (very small provider), EVERY company uses BT Wholesale in the end to deliver broadband services, so it all ends up there



That's not how it works, providers have their own equipment in the exchanges. If you change from one to the other in most cases there has to be an actual physical change of equipment in the exchange itself. This goes for phone numbers as well as broadband services. Talktalk, sky & others provide their own.
unquestioned

That's not how it works, providers have their own equipment in the … That's not how it works, providers have their own equipment in the exchanges. If you change from one to the other in most cases there has to be an actual physical change of equipment in the exchange itself. This goes for phone numbers as well as broadband services. Talktalk, sky & others provide their own.



Yes I know, the point I am getting to is the infrastructure is provided by BT Wholesale, so this is exactly how it works, the equipment each provider has in the exchanges makes very little difference as most also purchase their equipment from......BT, so if the line goes down, then the line goes down
googley2

Just left Talktalk as the call centres and bad lines we have are … Just left Talktalk as the call centres and bad lines we have are disgusting. Seems to be a black spot in our area to get a reliable broadband at all. Talk talk customer services are robots and its awful.



​they talk talk all day
benlondon

Yes I know, the point I am getting to is the infrastructure is provided … Yes I know, the point I am getting to is the infrastructure is provided by BT Wholesale, so this is exactly how it works, the equipment each provider has in the exchanges makes very little difference as most also purchase their equipment from......BT, so if the line goes down, then the line goes down



Assuming that a line down is your only, or even main, possible fault.

Contention and congestion will absolutely vary from ISP to ISP, the biggest issue with internet provision.
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