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Broadband allows British people to connect with each other, to download movies and TV shows, play online games, watch sport and do their work efficiently, so it’s an important part of everyday lives. This buyer’s guide explains what broadband is all about and how shoppers can get the best broadband discounts via hotukdeals. Read more
TalkTalk 67MB broadband, £23.50/month = £423 over 18 months with £75 gift card via Uswitch
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Seems decent to me. Choice between amazon, Tesco, M&S gift card. £23.50 p/m for 18 months then £34.95 p/m no setup cost Unlimited fibre broadband with average* speeds o… Read more
Deemo

Internet is working fine - it's just some issue with website - which they acknowledge - i think sometimes we just find someone to dig into - other companies encounter similar issues but never get the bad rep not to mention any names Their new router is quite good for an isp router - usually i use my own but this one is good

ses6jwg

Which isp has the router with the best WiFi performance?

Mclwrth

This morning I saw that Quidco were offering £100 for Faster Fibre. I clicked through, but the TalkTalk site has been inaccessible all day. It doesn't exactly fill me with confidence.

person1616

I’ve been with them 8 years. No Problems at all. Fast and reliable. Paying 19.99£ for this deal now, no voucher card though.

Deemo

i've not had a problem with TalkTalk either apart from this mornings incident and even then it was fixed in about an hour

John Lewis broadband with free evening and weekend calls - from Unlimited Broadband and line rental £20 for 12 months + £40 e-Gift Card
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
John Lewis broadband are offering the following deals: Unlimited Broadband and line rental £20 for 12 months + £40 John Lewis e-Gift Card Unlimited Fibre and line rental £27.50 … Read more
MarkTippett

I moved from Sky to Vodafone, and have had exactly the same problems. Will be moving back to sky in October as soon as contract is up. Worst router ever constant drop outs end up using my mobile data which is a pain and defeats the whole object of Wi-Fi.

Newbold

I think most people are aware we're talking fibre to the cabinet. That's what most of us are probably stuck with for the foreseeable future. But it's not quite as simple as that because TalkTalk, for example, do have their own equipment in addition, as I'm sure do the others.

dannyzz

good outcome (y)

FlyingSquirrel

This thread is so weird. People are confusing router quality with provider quality. TalkTalk, Sky, Vodafone, John Lewis all use the same BT/Openreach leased lines, connection drop out have nothing to do with the provider, you upgrade to the same router and the only difference will likely be load balancing. Fibre in these provider is not whole network, it is to cabinet, there is still copper in the network. Want true fibre get Hyperoptic or Virgin Media .

FlyingSquirrel

You changed provider instead of upgrading your router. Sky have terrrible customer service, guess it is the devil you know.

Basic broadband (11Mb ave) + unlimited calls to mobiles & landlines £18 / 12 months + £5 delivery at NowTV Store (poss £100 cashback)
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Now Broadband brilliant broadband and calls 12 month contract £18.00 a month (Or just £10.08 a month after quidco cashback. Sums below: Brilliant broadband + calls £18 a month De… Read more
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pabz

Fantastic deal however they are unable to port my number from talk talk . Had my landline number for over 30 years so not taking the deal because of this . Never had a problem porting my number before

CtrlWipe

Just a warning on that cashback. I was also supposed to get £100 via QuidCO and they declined it without explanation or the chance to appeal. I honestly wouldn't touch NowTV again, not just because of this but because of their total lack of customer service channels through the pandemic. They've simply just fully shut down their Live Chat!

Manny999

its exactly the same as Sky, they use Skys network...

Dealhuntarr

Anyone had any issues porting landline number from virgin to now tv ? Also Just signed up. Quidco Tracked within 5 minutes so fantastic. Definite heat from me! Just got off the phone with them - They unchecked the box on online signup so are not able to port the landline! Its just absurd this is! They said you have to book it by phone or cancel the current account then create a new one in order to port the landline.Terrible service!

Burgmeister

Ah, just to say they have actually managed to sort this out now so my upcoming bill will be £18. Still no email though. Oh, and just as an aside, when I spoke to the first person about renewing at £18 he threw in a 3 month NowTV movies code too.

100mb broadband,max it tv + talk weekends £45 per month (£100 credit Equi to £36.66 per month) includes BT SPORT- £540 @ Virgin Media
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
£45.00 a month £100 credit makes it £36.66 a month Free set up saving £35 Includes all entertainment channels and all BT Sport channels in HD and also includes BT Sport 4K
SaleeB

yes another vote on this. It was down whole of yesterday evening and i ended up using my mobile data. Just off on a call from them and they said i cannot even come out of contract without disconnection fee as i’m locked until next Feb 2021. Their argument was that they’re solving the issues for customers within 3 days of time and so in their T&C we are not allowed for compensation or credits. No matter how repetitive the incidents are!!!! 😩 another dissatisfied customer. It was much better with slow internet speed when I was with sky rather not having internet at all with virgin. (annoyed)

Mentos

BTW, despite the clause saying you can't, its still worth trying to pause BT sport. Signed up on the deal two weeks ago and submitted the pause request and it still worked (got the £9.95 credit on first bill).

hcc27

You're probably complaining about your download speed? The upload speed is pretty good, at 32Mbps. Agree the download speed is horrible.

Ronaldinho10

Please before you sign with virgin read comments on social media. Virgin has been really bad lately. I signed up 3 weeks ago for 300mb and it was a big mistake. I'm getting around 3mb. I work from home and at times I can't even do my work. So frustrating sitting there watching things uploading.

Bigdiv

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/virgin-media-bigger-bundle-maxit-tv108mbphone-line-45pm-x12-months-35-install-free-nintendo-switch-or-150-account-credit-3422902 Cleared £300 selling the Switch.

Now Fibre Broadband (36Mbps) £22 a month inc anytime calls for 12 months + £5 delivery (£13.66pm after cashback)
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Hi, just signed up to now broadband through topcashback. They are currently doing free anytime calls on all packages and topcashback of £100. I've gone for fab fibre at £22 a month… Read more
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bigdaveplym

I'd give it a bit longer.

bigdaveplym

I had trouble with Topcashback claim, £200 for switching from Shell energy to SSE, sat in confirmed, pending for month's and then disappeared, I lodged complaints etc. Finally got actioned after complaining to SSE customer services. Have since received and banked the £200 and switched back to Shell with the offer of £150 Topcashback for the product purchased, it's now showing/tracking as £40, I shall pursue it.

friar_chris

I was still under contract unfortunately. Awesome deal if you can get it tho. (y)

bigdaveplym

I phoned up C's team telling them I wanted to cancel, no problems said he, when do you want to go. I explained that the monthly price had gone from £18 to £33 and I was going to the post office for £18, he said, I can do that for you with the free phone calls for £18 a month if you stay. Ideal. :)

loha

Anyone getting payment issues here? Every time I try to pay says "something's not right, please try again"... Have tried diff cards too. No luck yet

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NOW TV Broadband Super Fibre (Up to 63mb) + Anytime Calls @ £28 for 12 months + £5 Delivery (£341 Total) (Possible £100 TCB)
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Seems a good deal if you do alot of calls with your landline. This price is for the 63Mbps package, the slower 36Mbps is £22. If you don't want a 12 month contract there is a £60 f… Read more
Gunnerr4life

Use a different browser or device or if you know how to, clear your browser cache and cookies and start afresh. 🤞

sarkymark1

Ive been trying for a while to sign up using this link with Now TV. Unfortunately, at the drop down menu stage for address, it keeps bouncing back - finally asking me to call them to set it up - thereby negating TCB cashback! Anybody else having the same problem?

mazymony

I don't see why not. You could start the order process and see if it gives you the option to keep your number.

ck12111

Can you switch from Sky to this and keep your number?

DrBrum

Its a shame the cashback is not for existing customers, but still a great deal, only vodaphone comes close to this price point from the big companies.

Virgin Media Sim Only 36GB for £13 a month for 12 month contract - £10 for TV or broadband customers only
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Virgin have upped their 6GB Sim Only 12 month Contract to 36GB for £10 a month.
tigercurls

My husband just said he heard about a "family" discount that can be applied and asked for them to explain it and opted in over the phone x

RichArab

No sign of £10/month for existing customers anywhere I can see

QuantumQuark

How do you sign up for the family option? I got my wife and myself both in VM. What do I need to do to get it?

X_RHussain_X

Added one to my contract on family plan and atm it is showing on my account at £10.07 including VAT, will see wen the payment goes out how much I am charged

tigercurls

Just got the £13 deal for both our sims and also signed up for the "family" option which saved £2 in total on the bill :)

M50 Fibre broadband with weekend calls £18.39 for 18 months at Virgin Media
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
It’s £23.95/mth for broadband & line rental, but you get an automatic £100 bill credit from Virgin added to your first bill. Factor that in and it’s £331.10 over the 18mth cont… Read more
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BS_Man

...serve a notice on your contract and sign-up for a new one in your partner's name ;)

Kellyanne_Smith

How do you go about doing this?

pease

Does anybody know how to create a refer a friend link like this one from my old account which I no longer have with Virgin Media https://store.virginmedia.com/special-offers/refer-a-friend.html?a=455038202&s=20&l=KHAN&buspart=uk_em_a_cable_connectafriend_caf_05

pease

When is thisending

gadgetcake

From 23.95 per month to 40/50 within an 18 month contract? Not a chance.

Virgin Media Bigger Bundle + Sports + Movies + HD - £75pm x 12 Months - Total Cost £900 (Effectively £55pm After Cashback)
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Hi! First time posting :) Virgin Media are offering their Bigger Bundle (including 200MB Broadband) + Sports, Movies and HD add-on for £75/month. Virgin are also offering a cho… Read more
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tom6195

Did just that, got my dad to sign up in his name, selected the £100 credit and quidco has tracked at £130. Will cancel the order in my name today. Cheers everyone.

gadgetcake

Depending on how much better this offer is your better bet is to cancel entirely and start again

fossman

I am in my third year with Virgin, I am paying the same price as I was paying TalkTalk for faster fibre broadband but am now getting four times the speed. The price increases are a pain but if you ring up they will freeze your price until the end of your contract.

tom6195

Ahh you reckon. What you think I should do

gadgetcake

Agree with what @bigack said, VM are telling you a total lie. You don't tell them you're going to do it. Cancel. Then your partner applies as a new customer and sets the start date same as your end date. Customer services are never going to tell you it's ok, it's a totally legal loophole, but a loophole nonetheless

Vodafone broadband super fast 2 - 63mb £22.95 pm for 12 m but you can claim a £75 Amazon voucher (Sent within 120 days) £550.80 @ Vodafone
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Superfast 2 New broadband customers only Broadband customer service: 5/10 (OK) Package summary 24 month contract No calls included Average 63Mb Fibre Broadband £75 Amazon vouche… Read more
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1979crazy

I ordered on their previous £100 Amazon voucher deal for £23.95 a month on 26th March with a activation date of 27th April. Received my voucher today so well within the 90-120 days 😃

hcc27

And don't even mention South Korea!!

buckm

Current provider contacted me the day after signung up with this deal to say sorry to see me go

teepot

Thanks @Phil_R19 for all info

Phil_R19

Hi Teepot I got to chose the date myself and the date range was about 2 weeks starting about 2 weeks away from the day I signed up. I signed up on May 6th and the last day I could choose was June 3rd (which I chose to let my BT contract expire). When I cancelled and reordered on the 11th of May, I could still select June 3rd. It says in the fine print that you get the Amazon voucher code emailed to you 120 days after the switch. I’m assuming it’s for new broadband customers (even if you already have your mobile with them) as when I was asking Vodafone about the voucher I was logged in through my mobile contract. Hope this helps

Vodafone broadband Superfast 2 63Mbps - £22.95 per month + £75 Amazon Gift Card (free connection- 24 months) at Broadbandchoices
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
The £75 amazon voucher seems to have moved from direct through vodafone to people signing up via broadbandchoices. Still a great deal (1404 degrees of heat when it was listed last … Read more
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deanoh11

Vodafone got most complaints last year for broadband according to Ofcom. Not gonna get locked in for 2 years so best to pass on this https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/vodafone-top-of-the-gripes-league-for-its-broadband-chtjv5xw9

RealGeek

It’s big joke, avoid like a plague, I ordered 9th of May and got confirmation email from someone who posted deal earlier here , I am already a Vodafone customer and used Vodafone bb 2 years ago , on talktalk now, never ever failed any credit before any pay bill on time and excellent credit history , now this cowboys telling me when I call chat line to inquire about my router delivery and progress they can’t find any order , than she called her supervisor to get answer and after 30 min they said that my credit is failed and ordered did not go through, what a joke!, credit failed for broadband when I’m already got phone contract from Vodafone ?, than lady asked me some silly question like have you changed your address or failed to pay any bill etc. total scrap and timer waster, they don’t bother to send you email that credit check is failed and order did not go through, chat advisor gave me another Vodafone number for further inquiry but that number is like endless loop , It reminded me the Dr strange & doormamu scene from the marvel movie, I feel so relief that it’s even better it failed credit check, I don’t want any tied up to any company for next 2 year who’s pain in the a** , I think I’m saved , Thank you Vodafone for not selecting me into the hell , sorry for type it’s very quick

ayrforce1

I will be out of contract with my current provider at the end of the month and looking to move. I 've been looking online for what's available to me , I don't have unlimited funds, and it looks like the best priced providers are the ones with the worst track record. Regarding voucher offers I have read the forum posts on Vodaphone etc. And there appears to be a lot of complaints with the provision of the voucher , mainly the £100 offer which will be at its 120 day payout date for many. I won't be relying on on the payout of offers , not directly from the service provider, and that also includes offers of cashback from Tcb or Quidco both of whom I have had cashback declined in the past. Consider these as a bonus if they are honoured.

deanoh11

Hmmm, very mixed experiences here

billythekid11

Customer support is shocking.You will be tied in for 2 years with constant disconnections and traffic shaping.Is it really worth it?Your call.

Virgin Media Broadband - M100 (100Mb) £24pm , free setup and £50 voucher 12 months via Broadbandchoices
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
This is much better than the last Virgin media deal i posted - seriously considering upgrading myself from BT. This one only seems to be available via broadbandchoices, not direct … Read more
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menace4765

£200 quid saved then.I got rid of VM TV a couple of years ago went to Freeview with aerial .Getting rid of b/b in August when either a cheap router off eBay or a Vodafone unlimited SIM will be my b/b. I also got IPTV for £4 a month which has every channel you can think of.

jeannot18

I called them a couple of days ago, moaning that they did not really reward their loyal customer. They did not really give me anything, but i cut some of my TV services and took it down from £90 to £72, which is better than a kick in the teeth i guess J

menace4765

At end of contract give them 30 days notice and do it. They will ring within 30 days and offer a better deal. If that's not good enough refuse it then a month later wife gets topcashback/Quidco deal and sorted.

menace4765

Give them 30 days notice when your renewal comes up and wait .They'll ring with better offer rather than lose your custom.My b/b went down from £34 to £20.

shef0072

I’m not cancelling my contract.

Virgin Big Oomph Bundle £33.99/m + £35 setup - £442.88 + £125 bill credit - possible £135 Quidco (M200/TV/Phone/5GB Sim)
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Update to my previous deal now they’ve increased the credit to £75! There is also another code to add £50 credit making it £125! Which makes it an even sweeter deal! Quidco also ha… Read more
southlondonuser

Are within the 14 day cooling off period? If so, cancel the deal and try and do a better one the right way.

Dealhuntarr

quidco got declined what a shame. Is there any chance I can get the 50£ refer a friend retrospectively applied

meraip

Thanks Mentos great tip! I had a call from loyalty/outbound team, however, they did not leave a note of my verbal contract with them. Now I am in dispute once again this year too!! Now with bereavement during this difficult time. I have lost all heart with Virgin media when they should be making everything easier. They are causing more anxiety especially as.it has taken this long to contact them and people like me have been paying extra and unable to upgrade or cancel before the end of contract.

Mentos

So you used the same bank account and asked them to port your old number to the new account? (sorry not sure from the post). Ours was just installed and old account deactivated, all on the same day. But as I said we didn't keep our number and my wife has her own bank account. If you used the same bank account I suspected thats how they picked it up as a reconnection. It's funny, because someone on another thread mentioned they do this every year and even port their number to the new account. So I'm surprised you've run into problems. I think your only option would be to switch provider :( Plusnet and Vodafone have some decent offers. And I actually prefer Sky Q for TV. I only went Virgin as its the cheapest way to get BT Sport right now. We don't use the V6 box for anything else. Loyalty doesn't pay i'm afraid :( you can always come back again in 18 months.

southlondonuser

The listed deal on this page is out of date. Similar deals are still available though. Check the comments here.

Virgin Media Big Bundle 12m with £35 activation fee, £75 bill credit + £130 cashback £394.88
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Virgin Media are running a deal giving a £75 bill credit on all new packages. This stacks on top of Top Cash Back's current £130 cashback offer when taking the Big Bundle, giving a… Read more
bigpapa

I'm still waiting for my cashback to be tracked

ChelseyAbercrombie

Has anyone elses topocash back been declined?

Frenchiejnr

This deal has expired, but there is a new deal where you can get a Lenovo Smart Clock instead (they claim worth £80, but you can buy inline for £50) However, you can choose a £50 bill credit instead, and they have waived the £35 activation fee, so you actually get £85 off. And you can still use the topcashback/quidco link for ~£130 off!

richie1

Damn it. Has it expired?

tygar2

£75 works because it is a current offer so no code required

4G Unlimited broadband B535 Router - £30 per month with £29 upfront (1 month contract) @ Three
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
No Landline Needed. Just insert your Three SIM to get online quickly and easily. Multi Device Connection. The B535 Mobile Router allows up to 64 gadgets with Wi-Fi connectivity to… Read more
menace4765

Does the router tell you how much data you have used?

snoopy-g

Yes... i already had a plan and I get 15% off so I upgraded that so as long as I can get this router for cheap im £££ in as I will drop BT like a lead balloon when the contract is up... it was funny a vodafone online chat person told me to do this when I was looking at there 4g broads they don't offer unlimited on any of the plans

Dellacleaing

Thanks Snoopy! From what I've read, Vodafone have 3 levels of "unlimited"... Unlimited Lite - Unlimited data, restricted to 2mb speed Unlimited - Unlimited data, restricted to 10mb speed Unlimited Max - Unlimited data, no speed restrictions The deal I linked to above is for the Unlimited Max on a 12 month contract.

snoopy-g

From what I'm reading yes just make sure the vodafone contract dont have a speed cap as I had 2 take that off a lot of there deals have speed caps on now

snoopy-g

Yes might well have to but thats not a problem will just get another one as the router retailing around £130 if not more well worth it... using huaCtel has helped and i am going to look into outdoor antenna just need to configure it sort the NAT type with xbox one now. I wi talk to 3 today see what they say

Vodafone broadband Superfast 2 63Mbps - £22.95 per month + £75 Amazon Gift Card (No new line fees - 24 months) at Vodafone Shop
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Refreshed 11th MayRefreshed 11th May
Nice offer from vodafone, on top the Superfast 2 tier for the price of Superfast 1, vodafone are offering a £75 Amazon gift card, and no new line fees for a limited time. You'll r… Read more
RealGeek

It’s big joke, avoid like a plague, I ordered 9th of May and got confirmation email from someone who posted deal earlier here , I am already a Vodafone customer and used Vodafone bb 2 years ago , on talktalk now, never ever failed any credit before any pay bill on time and excellent credit history , now this cowboys telling me when I call chat line to inquire about my router delivery and progress they can’t find any order , than she called her supervisor to get answer and after 30 min they said that my credit is failed and ordered did not go through, what a joke!, credit failed for broadband when I’m already got phone contract from Vodafone ?, than lady asked me some silly question like have you changed your address or failed to pay any bill etc. total scrap and timer waster, they don’t bother to send you email that credit check is failed and order did not go through, chat advisor gave me another Vodafone number for further inquiry but that number is like endless loop , It reminded me the Dr strange & doormamu scene from the marvel movie, I feel so relief that it’s even better it failed credit check, I don’t want any tied up to any company for next 2 year who’s pain in the a** , I think I’m saved , Thank you Vodafone for not selecting me into the hell , sorry for type it’s very quick

spring.happy2009

Could you postpone the installation date?

BargainHunter108

That is the exact deal I had. You will be paying just £1 more but it is still best out there in terms of cost when you consider the anytime calls included which also includes mobile(for me atleast it does). Also consider that my deal is almsot over a year and half old so just an increase of £1 on that is not bad. I might consider it myself when it comes to renewing.

Keith_Moon

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Broadband with phone £20.00 a month 12-month contract + £35 gift card £240 at at John lewis broadband
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Free £35 e-gift card with Unlimited Broadband with phone £20.00▼ a month 12-month contract 10Mb average download speed* … Read more
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jmeegan1

Got same speed from post office for 15.90 per month and 58 quid cash back - the offers are not as good at the moment with COVID issue

g-diddy

Not a bad deal, but you should be aware this is PlusNet Broadband branded as John Lewis... If you go to PlusNet's website they seem to only offer 18 month standard broadband, BUT if you go to Broadband Genie or Broadband Choices price comparison websites they offer 12 month contracts through PlusNet and offer a £65 gift voucher!

Onlydongles

I still dont get it ! Evenings and weekends is such an artificial barrier, when everything is automated and computerised. There was a time when exchanges were manned manually and long distance calls were a dream. Cant understand why the Telcos still make a differentiation anymore. Its a legacy mindset and are just fooling joe public.

AlanR75

Carrier is via plusnet fibre 32. £24 Google hub gift moving end of contract. Increase contract £££

going.going.gone

Awful provider. Terrible customer service. Messed up transfer from previous supplier. Continual 'micro drop outs' in connection so watching even Netflix was frustrating. Avoid

6GB SIM/O BT Mobile for Broadband customers - £9/month = £108 over £12 months (£2.75 after possible Quidco cash back) @ BT
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
BT is offering a sim only plan for £9 a month with 6gb data. Quidco offers £75 cash back, making this effectively £2.75 if it tracks!
jamie15

Not really, because the deal is for BT Mobile which has same signal and bands as EE. BT Mobile is the only MVNO to give equivalent service to EE so it will cost more.

Meemu

Overpriced rubbish.

mattjwallis

Hot! Great deal, sorry to see it going cold!

shug119

Very good deal, if Quidco pay out.

NOW Broadband: Super Fibre including anytime calls Avg 63Mbps speed 12 month contract £30pm + £5 del at NowTV Store
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
NOW Broadband: Super Fibre including anytime calls! Unlimited broadband- no download limits Only a 12 month contract for those of us who hate to be tied into a contract for too l… Read more
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billythekid11

Try 1p broadband monthly contract.1p per minute per call.What you got to lose.Talktalk business reseller.

Pistol

Does this deal include line rental? My Now Broadband deal is about to expire, would try to talk them into gunning me this if so.

Dave.Milsom

I have a dilemma with now tv they have upped the bill to 40 quid. Wife is with vodafone so went to them got offered 64mb broadband 20 a month with 75 Amazon voucher bit contract is 2 years. Called now tv got counter offer 32mb broadband free calls and 3 month movies 22.99m do I stay with now tv or go with vodafone with faster broadband

wdh

I am also on the lookout for an Anytime calls package (even though the prices are generally uncompetitive with mobile Anytime packages). eg BT - take their broadband and add anytime landline calls for £15/month or £5/month to add a mobile sim with unlimited minutes! I believe NOW routinely offer Anytime-inclusive packages (at least inclusive for the initial contract term). BUT BUT BUT the "Community" section of their website (Broadband bit) has many tales of woe about NOW's ineptitude or carelessness in failing to allow new customers to keep their old landline number. Oddly, especially if they were moving from Sky! For the same reason I am looking for an Anytime package, I also really NEED to keep the old number! Also be aware that NOW (and Sky) insist that you use their router, on which the WiFi seems to be poorer than usual. (They won't supply credentials for you to input into a better router.) And with some of their routers having just two ethernet ports, your first purchase might be an ethernet hub/switch, so that you have a clear socket to which you can connect your better-wifi (Access Point, Mesh, whatever). And their customer support seems to have gone completely AWOL during lockdown. I don't think I am brave enough!

wellhellothere

There might be cashback with quidco or tcb then, keep a eye out, I managed to get £180 back (TCB mistake 😁) and pay £18 a month.

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