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NowTV Broadband Offers now Live: 17Mbps Unlimited £15 per month including Line Rental / Fibre up to 38Mbps £20 Per month / Fibre up to 76Mbps £30 Per Month (12 months - £9.99 router fee) @ NowTV
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24/05/2018Expires on 24/05/2018Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
NowTV have just launched their Spring Sale Broadband offers, with some great monthly prices for standard broadband and fibre. Brilliant Broadband Up to 17Mbps including Line… Read more
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fai392

Same for me

racc10

It's showing £18 for me now

ShideruSamurai

is there a thread for this like you did with the sim only deals? @msmyth i am moving house hopefully in a few months' time and i want to keep an eye for these awesome deals.

speedygonzalez

Fab fibre went live this morning immediately after bt shut their fibre down, it came live without a glitch, wifi solid 40mbps down 10 up with pings in the teens, it is ok with me. The only potential £75 fly in the ointment, is that Quidco status is still "claim processing". "Status update 26 Mar 18 The retailer will process your claim in due course. We'll be in touch as soon as we have any further updates." I ordered it on 22nd March. Given the setup account page at signup has the note "in partnership with quidco" on it, I can't see how they can avoid paying. We shall see.

JulianL

Free customer service telephone number 0800 759 9997

Virgin Media: 100mbps broadband / Full House TV / Weekend calls £588 for the year (£49 per month)
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25/04/2018Expires on 25/04/2018Found 8 h, 21 m agoFound 8 h, 21 m ago
May not be for everyone but seems decent - hope its useful for someone: 12 month contract V6 box 100mbps broadband Full House TV package (inc. BT Sport) Weekend Calls (inc line re… Read more
StephenWarrior

Plus no activation fee and free delivery

StephenWarrior

Yeah I tried they offered me 37 but said that was not good enough they spoke to manger and dropped it to 32. Which is better than the 29 as it’s for 18 months instead of 12

M31KL3s

Anyone know why the mods wont let me put the discounted price (£33 p/m after credit and cashback) in the title?

BartyBoy

Funny enough, I got my deal yesterday too, similar to yours but mine is £30 a month + £20 activation fee. 100mb + player tv + talk more weekends - £50 bill credit - £50 refer a friend = £280 or £23.33 per month... XD

drtesseract

I am tempted to try and get them to match the new customer offer for this at £29/month. Presume you tried and they said that was the best they could do?

EE Broadband: £21.50 x 18 months = £387 - £50 prepaid card - £125 TCB = poss £11.78 p/m
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So I've been looking for a new broadband deal. Regular plain old ADSL, not fibre. Here's the best I've found so far. Think this ends TODAY so I wish I'd found this earlier for y'… Read more
HankHandsome

you can't use the prepaid card to pay your EE bill .. and the cashback, if it eventually pays, is only equivalent to just over 5 months' worth of bills, so you're still paying full price for over a year. that said, £21.50 isn't a bad price though

benjammin316

Cold

Gspaddock

I’m still waiting on my £125 Quidco cb from August. It was originally declined, I’ve pretty much accepted I’m not getting it.

Schwifty

Coolio. I keep refreshing the page but the button is always greyed out. We'll see if I get the chance to talk to them on live chat before 11pm.

jscwan

Im on EE until aug... and to be honest it s not as good as when I was with them previously.. Drop outs quite frequently and what about when we not using it.. We find lots of drop outs say 2am to 5am ..but then thats when we do use the internet... and for drop outs at that time of day ... Im suprised. Also noticed a times drop out during the day but not use much during the day..

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Plusnet £5 Retention Deal (iD Mobile match - 250 minutes, 5000 texts and 2.25GB)
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Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
I called Plusnet yesterday to leave as I am a low user and I was interested in moving to iD Mobile’s £5deal (250 minutes, 5000 texts and 2.25GB). Plusnet matched this deal for me s… Read more
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seaniboy

And support WiFi Calling and you can tether - like Virgin they don’t ‘allow it’ but it works so ID offers more (if Three signal covers your usual bases/places).

BurkusCat

Thanks OP! Was waiting on a PlusNet deal :)

jazzuk777

2.25gb goes a long way on Android, I rarely use mine up or even close. If you want to tether a tablet from time to time, or probably a Chromebook this could be useful. If Windows 10, run a long way in the other direction.

Anon32

iD allow rollover as plusnet don't! Horses for courses i suppose

Martin881

The same reason you would want to tether if you had unlimited data - because you need data on another device sometimes.

Plusnet ADSL broadband + line £18.99 pm for 12m (£10.24 pm after cashback etc)
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25/04/2018Expires on 25/04/2018Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Plusnet ADSL broadband and line rental - works out at 10.24 a month if you pay your line rental upfront and claim (& receive) the 75 pounds cashback from Plusnet after they sen… Read more
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jnm21

All the folk saying go faster, well that would be difficult - despite living in a large city, no BT fibre available. When BT upped price, I ditched & went mobile BB only - much faster & money saved.

Zoea

I am Confucius. This is about the same price I got PlusNet ADSL for and it was a bit cheaper than my current//previous. provider. At near £10 a period at it's cheapest with cashback it's a billy bargain. My speeds are more than twice my last ADSL "20mbps" provider .Reliability has been excellent. I've hardly ever had a problem with PlusNet ADSL and I've had them for at least 6? years over the last 20 and they have been exceptional. They date from the 90s I used to use them for dialup. This is an amazing bargain and if you don't have broadband you should sign up for the year and further I don't need fibre speeds so I don't pay for them. Please trust me on this one if anything, it's a DEAL. It's a good deal edit: I mine NIMIQ and sometimes ETH and this is plenty fast enough brethren

sjburgon

Fair price for an average product ... If all you do is basic surfing and dont stream loads of.movies thos should be fine..customer service rating is excellent and openreach seem to perform well for issues with bt group companies.... Probably want to go for something a bit quicker if your pc mining bit coins while your at work...lol

melted

"or use your own (SKY dont allow this)." You can use your own router with sky adsl, I don't think it is even against their T&C anymore, this username works on sky ADSL, install@o2broadband.co.uk , password: password - anything will probably do. You would need to plug in the sky router if you need support. You can also use your own router on Sky fibre, just configure it for DHCP option 61, although I think it may be a breach of their T&Cs. I'm currently paying £20 for now fibre, which is sky broadband, and using my own router.

mastablasta

The snowflake is in a perfect position in the picture of the man with his umbrella.

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
stesavingexpert

Becky Will you honour this deal for existing customers?

stesavingexpert

Talk talk are the only provider that provides a better service at peak times. https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2018/04/peak-time-congestion-hits-hardest-for-broadband-isp-plusnet.html

little_green

clearly i wasnt asking him to make changes to the contract, i was asking for clairty as he seems to know his stuff & i wanted to gain clarity PRIOR to talking to a talk talk agent so I could go in with knowledge on what I was talking about. Also i'm not really sure how me asking another user really concerns you.

TalkTalk

Hi all, Just to let you know that we're here if you need any help :) you can reach us over live chat: https://bit.ly/2wrNXUk or get in touch with my team directly over Twitter (@TalkTalk) or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkTalk/ if you're having problems or if you have any questions, we'll look straight into those for you. Thanks, Becky - TalkTalk Social Team

Schwifty

Have you tried yet? Asking this person who does not work for Talk Talk is less likely to work...

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Vodafone broadband £21 month with £50 Amazon gift card equates £18.22 a month at giftcloud.com
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Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Vodafone broadband. From £21 month including landline. Use the link and get £50 Amazon gift card. Unfortunately you have to wait for 4 months. I have signed up to the 76mpbs serv… Read more
lasuil

Let me know if you find anything good as my bt 50mbps deal ends in June so am looking to find someone to switch too

cathal

I had Vodafone fibre but I cancelled after 20 days the router is not great it Kept going off line and internet was so slow going so I went back to sky and was offered sky q box with entertainment fibre broadband and line rental no install fee for £33 a month so my advice would be stay well away Vodafone not worth the hassle

kalico

This has already been posted and of or those in Virgin areas, they'll offer you £23 for 50MB and £26 for 100MB (no TV) with a £50 credit on your first bill. I'm no expert so won't say if that's better or worse.

lynchnigel

I come out in a rash at the mention of Vodafone now :(

srp111

its an ac router, dual band, i think everyone either hates or loves any isp out there, none of them are perfect

Virgin Media VIP Bundle Inc 350 Broadband and Phone £88 per month £25 setup fee 12 months - £1081 (£125 Quidco) - New customers
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Worked this out at the normal £88 per month -£150 for free tv (which I don't need) -£125 Quidco +£25 setup fee =£66.75 a month for 12 months New customers only Seems ok to me
mijanurrahman

This deal is too expensive for what you get and due to the price even with the tv as I only just joined virgin media a week or two ago for £37 A month for vivid 100 and player t.v. bundle with free v6 TiVo tv box and talk more anytime and I ordered online when the offer was on for free wine or a £50 bill credit and plus I got £50 for being referred by my friend got the refer a friend refferel reward and I lost out on cashback as you can't claim cashback as you have to use a refferel link to get the discount for the refer a friend but at the time the £50 for refer a friend was better and more than the cashback amount I could have and now I'm currently on this deal after being connected on the 10th from the of April 11 days... on as I said I wasn't happy with the speed on the upgrades/degrades regrading live chat service and they offered me everything I currently have but with vivid 200 for £5 more per month so £42pm and vivid 350 for £10 more per month at £47pm month so I took the vivid 350 deal and also one more thing I forgot to mention is when I originally signed up and ordered leaving my old isp which was ee well the only downside with virgin media was I have to pay a one off £20 activation fee on top on my first month but the good things is I got it waived/credited as a gesture of goodwill and also engineers set everything up and install it all for you and that's the best thing as whatever you order they'll set it up for you free of charge and for free and come along with the router saving you from a trip to store to click and collect for free or even too pay £5 for home delivery my deals better and apparently the free tv or £150 bill credit was only for new vm customers apparently is that true?

Shengis

And the first rule of fight club is?.........

TMusa

They don’t pay out on cash back if you get the tv or £150 off your bill. It’s either £150 off your bill/tv or the cashback. Can’t apply two promotional offers. Rang and asked them and also had a online conversation.

croftg

Only started looking this week as Sky contract finished might go for this if Sky don't drop there price

glxman

Last week the Quidco on this package was £250 but no Tosh TV - I don't think it's a bad deal at all as the VIP does include 2x V6 boxes and all sports and movie channels.

Virgin media retention deal FULL HOUSE TV 200 Mb broadband Talk more anytime 12 month contract £54.50 p/m - First month free 2 TIVO BOXES 1TB +500gb
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Hi I know this is only a retention deal but just wanted to show others what I got so they can negotiate a deal with virgin, some will do better some will not. FULL HOUSE TV 200 Mb… Read more
Swf77MiUk

Have vip pay 85 a month. (did get 350 cash back when joined) it's up now so going to £125 called to cancle was offered it for £90 not cool. Top cash back have a £250 cash back offer on atm if it helps anyone

xXRandomTaskXx

Ok. So cancellation team called. I got: 200mb Full house TV Phone Anytime V6 box 12 month contract 52pcm First month half price

dannywalsall

NNot happy at all with these Parents are paying £96 a month for Vivid 200, anytime calls and mid tv package. Rang yesterday and they could only offer the basic TV package, Vivid 200 and anytime calls for £56 a month with new V6 box and new hub (free installation). We agreed anyway. I've looked today and they've lowered the broadband to Vivid 100! Not at all what I agreed to yesterday! I've just rang up to complain and they won't budge. They want an extra £5 a month to go back to Vivid 200. I told them to listen to the call from yesterday to which they say it's random and the person who i dealt with yesterday may have made a mistake and meant vivid 100 (?!). After some moaning from me they then offered £61 a month but with £50 credit on the 5th bill. They said that will bring the bill down to £56 on average, but I wasn't having it, it's not the point after I agreed to Vivid 200 yesterday. I told them I want to put a complaint in and they said they will ring back in 2 days. We have VM coming today to fit the new hub and V6 box. Any idea's what I should do? Say I want to cancel if they don't resolve it when (if) they ring?

Tomster79

I’ve got 200 mb broadband, full house tv inc bt sport and weekend calls for £40 per month (y)

xXRandomTaskXx

Fully intend to. Sick of being conned by them

10% off on all 12 months Fiber package @ Hyperoptic
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30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Not as good as new year deals, but better than nothing (lol) . Use code APRILEXTRA10. Free installation, the monthly cost for 1Gbps/150Mbps/30Mbps ( bits/s ) is: broadband+phon… Read more
hu55ey

PMd you :)

lelinho

I need referral, please

alphamike

Thanks Op (y)

unkypoo

Don't forget TCB 99.95 for any 12 month plan.

hu55ey

Don’t forget the referral credit of £50 for being referred by a friend. Great ISP, I am on the 1Gbps package

Vodafone fibre broadband flash sale - £21 per month plus a free £60 Amazon voucher
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Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Looks like these Vodafone broadband offers will last until the end of Sunday - it's cheaper than my BT package that's for sure! It's a gift cloud deal so the downside is you have t… Read more
kalico

Just called them up. I didn't think it was such a great deal tbh, because it was just after the one that gave £150 through Uswitch. But maybe it isn't so bad in the current climate.

X-Cell

Got plusnet to price match. Ok I don't get the voucher but been very happy with plusnet speed so saves any hassle / risk

marc2629

Vodafone have been pretty average for me. Not bad for Xbox but websites seem to take a little while before they connect and start loading, although speed is consistent 36mbs. But I suppose you get what you pay for. I was in same position, loyal BT customer but refused same deal for new customers. I think they offered me the price I was paying before the put it up £2 a month lol XD what a deal!

Dave_dave69

OK after tweeting BT Care they gave me the number of the BT retention team. I phoned them. My current contract with BT costs £48 per month for unlimited BT ADSL Broadband. They offered to upgrade to 52Mb fibre for £28.99 per month + activation of £50 but nothing for BT hub delivery (usually £9.99) + of course free BT sport HD (not really bothered) + free caller ID. The guaranteed speed is 32Mb and free BT engineer support if that speed is not reached. I decided to accept that offer because it is a reasonable deal (a saving of nearly £20 per month) and if I left BT I would have to pay £5 per month to keep my btinternet email which I have used for 20 years.

klingonempire

Openreach. not BT even though BT is parent of Openreach. Separate companies. and that's totally inaccurate to say no bt = no ADSL. Ever heard of Kingston communications??? . local loop unbundling ?? vodafone do dark fibre... the only reason people have to use openreach is because they have an unfair monopoly. Can't wait for the likes of hyperoptic to wipe them out.

Plusnet to raise prices so leave penalty free! The cheapest deals for standard and fibre broadband is NowTV @ £15.84 on a 12 month contract (total cost £190.08)
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Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Plusnet prices to rise so you can bag yourself a cracking deal! Plusnet has warned customers that it's increasing some broadband prices by £12 a year in June and call costs will b… Read more
chris.rudland

Finally got my email, so what’s the best offer now that the now tv offer has ended?

Savo

Same here plus 2 months discounted call plan- But nowtv cashback at £75 is very tempting A breakdown of your monthly bill is as follows: Unlimited Fibre Broadband service: £5.01 (£6.01 from 5th June) per month for 18 months then £15.99 per month Line rental: £18.99 per month Call plan: Free for 2 months then £7.00per month

arfster

I think they've not all been sent out yet, so the support lines don't get overloaded. Mine was only a few days ago.

Cymru12

I phoned again & they matched with now tv rate. Really does depend on who you speak to.

chris.rudland

I’ve lost out too now because I never got the email

Now Fab  Fibre broadband up to 38Mbps 12 month contract £20/month + £10 delivery (OR £15.42/month £65 TCB)  *** Updated cashback ***
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Now Fab Fibre £20/month for 12 momths = £240 (then leave) £10 router delivery = £250 Effectively £20.33 a month CASH BACK DEALS via TCB or Quidco £75 Top cashback (expires 6th … Read more
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mrbojangles

Activated today for me. 37mb down and 10mb up both via powerline adapters and wireless. Wireless coverage better than my previous talktalk router. Seems stable so far. £70 Quidco tracked so hopefully will move to confirmed in near future.

SenorFunkyPants

I didn't remember to go for cashback (D'oh)...but I would have thought not. My Now TV fibre has been up for a few days and its all good. Low ping and 37.5mb on the 38MB service. However our estate got Virgin cable nearly 20 years ago so most folks are on that....with BT only adding fibre a couple of years ago I suspect there aren't many of us using (BT) fibre.

londonstinks

Thanks mate, was curious about this. I want to pay the £50 also to convert to a rolling contract. Does the cashback still track ? As topcashback says (12 month contract) Thanks

man_utd99

Anyone had their broadband activated? Will be good to hear from everyone who has signed up. My activation date next week

mrspydey

o good luck mine is coming in 2 weeks time lol good luck to us :P

Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Simultaneous Tri-Band Wi-Fi Broadband Router - £88.98 @ Amazon
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Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
WORKS WITH AMAZON ECHO: Ask Alexa to turn on Guest network or retrieve your password INTELLIGENT TRI-BAND ROUTER with "Quad-Core" CPU and 3 offload processors to boost performance… Read more
rev6

I don't think so.

jamgin

Nice to see a router with decent lightning conductors on it.

sean_numark

That's to buy off Ebuyer, u can still select amazon but its out of stock at the min

DoubleUp

Glad I purchased when I did. Price has increased to £95. Thanks OP, voted hot.

gavin1

Seems odd that you spend money to get a secure router, and then let amazon have access to change setitngs.

Now Brilliant Broadband 12 month Standard Contract (£15 per month + £9.99 one off fee) £60 possible cashback at topcashback or Quidco) @ Now Broadband
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I thought this was a cracking deal. I signed my mum up to this a while back, and thought she got a good deal, but this one is even better, potentially paying just £139.98 over the… Read more
Common.Sense

Now says ADSL not available, but I can have Fibre. Funny, I have one line with Fibre and one with ADSL and Now will not offer ADSL!

SenorFunkyPants

No fair usage on Now TV...at least according to their website FAQ.

Rodney2311

I don't have now t.v. at all now. There was a fair usage which was confirmed by an advisor and they would strangle my internet down to under 2meg. So no router would improve that.

Ashe

Do you have a NOW TV Hub 2 though? The 2 suggests its a different model than they used to send out, and forums say the 2 is the same as the Sky Q box.

Schwifty

This has already been posted but it’s a good deal, would love to find one for under a tenner though. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nowtv-broadband-offers-now-live-17mbps-unlimited-15-per-month-including-line-rental-fibre-up-to-38mbps-20-per-month-fibre-up-to-76mbps-30-per-month-12-months-999-router-fee-nowtv-2913741

NOW TV Fibre Broadband for new customers £20.84 pm + £50 in M&S Vouchers unlimited fibre+line rental/12 month contract = Equivalent £16.67 pm
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Hi too good not to share: Until 11.59pm on Sat 31 March, newbies to Sky-owned Now TV/Broadband can apply via this Now Broadband link* for this deal - it's a year's contract for up… Read more
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man_utd99

Anyone taken out this deal or anyone had Now broadband. Is it reliable? Dont want slow connections and constant drops in connnection

man_utd99

Virgin deals are for existing customers only.

jordanleno

Well that Virgin deal would be useful for people who live in areas that can get Virgin, shame I don't. Otherwise this deal could be an alternative option. Theres a broadband war going on, so win win for consumers.

KiNG

What is the customer number for now broadband band

kalico

It was listed on here a few days back.

VIRGIN vivid 50 fibre broadband ~ Player TV ~ Talk wknd. Free wine or bill credit!! £29 p/m 12 months £20 activation fee  £368
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Virgin Bundle for £29 per month for phone/tv/fibre broadband. £20 activation fee. Currently down to £29 monthly but you get £42 tcb and either an 8 bottle Virgin wine case or £5… Read more
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Anon

£80 Cashback has reappeared on TopCashback for Player, £220 for Full house.

prudenza

Didn't. I just flipped when I called them and was told some gibberish about the reason for cancelling my installation. I suppose you could call up and complain. Are you within your 14day cancellation period?

Holdsworth37

Yes i was considering doing something similar. Did you send them a letter to complain? There is no direct email and it is like talking to a brick wall phoning there call centres (lol)

foxyladykezza

I saw that and phoned them and they have given me the 100mb for £29 😁

prudenza

This. I was livid when they messed me about with my installation (took day off work) and yes, issues with retaining my number initially. On the bright side, because I was (uncharacteristically) incandescent, they gave me a very rewarding bill credit and I ended up paying nothing for a while and a monthly tenner for the rest of my contract.

BT Infinity Broadband £28.99 per month 18 months - £521.82 - eff £18.15 with reward and Amazon Voucher via vouchercodes
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BT Infinity Broadband only £28.99 per month for 18 months with £125 BT Reward Card and £80 Amazon Voucher for New Customera only via Vouchercodes It works out £18.15 per month aft… Read more
ranjeet00

Just renewed my contract for infinity2 £45 with anytime calls. Wonder if I can cancel my contract and apply on missus's name. This is a good deal

G0rdonGekko

Just renewed my Virgin Media sub for another 12 months using a BT deal. 200mb broadband, Big House TV with BT Sports and free weekend calls for £44. I put in my 30 days notice on Sunday and they just rang me now and matched BT.

TellyLover

It was the same deal as skik's in the other post. Just been on the phone to them and they fobbed me off. I.m already regretting signing up for these clowns whereas virgin was more than flexible in tweaking their terms.

justanothercid

I’m wondering if a better deal is coming for Easter weekend can leave current provider for free due to poor service so don’t want to rush it too much

slkluv

Voucher codes have been very good so far to me. Never had any issues with them. You just have to make sure you claim the BT reward card as they will Not remind you of this.

Plusnet Unlimited Broadband upto 17Mbps £18.99 per month including line rental for 12 months with £0 act fee and £50 cashback £177.88 (£14.82pm after cashback)
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Thought this was a great offer for anyone who doesn't need the speeds of fibre, but still want an unlimited plan and line rental inclusive. Offer runs until 27th March. Unl… Read more
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adamnsu

Plusnet doesn’t

DanielChristian

The Sky deal seemed better which I took last month and now my ethernet connection doesn't work with the sky hub. Kind of wish I'd stuck with plusnet :'(

dereklogan7

I got Quidco cash back with BT deal

chuffedfox

I'd say you've been lucky tbh, which is fair enough. Some of the horrors I went through was them trying to charge me in advanced for a months package that proceeded the contract expiry date (as part of the cancellation 'agreement') and charging £80 for the standard (not a record box) YouView box until I returned it...at which point they'd refund me the £100+ of "upfront" charges with around "6 weeks". This was at the end of November (couple of years ago), so knocking on the doorstep of Christmas. Considering it took me 4 years to get back £30 they owed me on the previous contract, I wasn't too impressed. I called up and spoke to a manager in Bangalore who removed the charges, only to get a bill in January (2 months after cancellation) with the charges back on - still trying to bill me for a box I'd sent back and a month's usage when I wasn't even their customer. I've not heard any of these horror stories with PlusNet, but when I was a happy TalkTalk-er and recommended them to others, I felt embarrased by the hassle they had with purely getting switched over to them.

andyzetec

I can only go on my own experience with them, and had no issues leaving in order to get cashback deals with someone else. I’ve never been impressed with the phone customer service of any of the providers & TalkTalk probably are one of the worst offenders but they do have knowledgeable staff on their forum so would have no issue going back to them.

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