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Talk talk broadband £17 pm and £90 Topcashback available (equivalent £9.50 pm)
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I know this isn't for everyone but seen this good deal that works out £9.50pm on 12 month contract factoring in £90 tcb.
Lagu

They're going to try to get it to work again tomorrow, not holding out much hope really. How any company can screw up a simple migration....

slaha11

Never touching them with a barge pole!

Mig2712

Not the best. What did they say then?

Lagu

Allow me to introduce you to my Talktalk fiasco.... Signed up through uswitch (for the voucher lol) due to be transferred over thursday. Call to check everything is ok, only to be told they can't migrate the number over as 'there is no working line'.... the same line that I'm using to type into this text box. So far, not the greatest experience.

cheaperthebetter

Unlike BT, TalkTalk has no price increases throughout your contract and much cheaper monthly payments (caller display no extra)

Sky Q UHD and broadband deal 18 months at £61pm + £75 setup = £1173
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Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
I know sky is expensive but I needed a new ISP as I was out of contract with talktalk and had gone up to around £40pm . Negotiated over the phone and got the sky Q 2TB uhd box / fu… Read more
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marcgreen11

Because double NAT is a problem, I’m free with my own router now on Plusnet

the_ghost

Why do u bother using providers routers set it to modem mode and buy a decent router i have asus 88u. Blows away all these crappy vanilla routers.

the_ghost

Lol Virgin although expensive is by far the best of the big fibre providers, speed blows away sky, bt etc etc. Now i only wish Hyperoptic was in my area ill drop virgin in a heartbeat

marcgreen11

Same equipment in the road, but like I said the sky hub is poor, having said that the routers quoted different incoming speeds and Plusnet is defiantly greater when running a speed test, so something has been changed. Ok, it’s wasn’t clear that you had the Q experience to get UHD

Scarfield76

Plusnet /talktalk /sky are all on the same infrastructure so the top end speeds are more or less the same, and I do indeed have UHD and sky sports was a non negotiable but obviously inflates the price greatly

BT Broadband customers get £5 off a month for sim deals - from £8/12mths
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Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Broadband customers get £5 off a month As a broadband customer, you’ll get an exclusive £5 monthly discount on our mobile plans – and so will everyone you live with. You also get… Read more
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Duggie2000

Have been with BT mobile from the start....added family 3 years ago. Original sign up was 15gb data and unlimited text+ minutes for £15 month.... BT have offered a few upgrades over time and have grabbed.... 20gb data was first upgrade....4g+ was second....then BT offered £5 discount for Family plan.....added 2 of family, then 3rd a few months later. Paying £54 for 4 SIM's (£5 discount)...getting 20gb data, unlimited text, unlimited mins....then added NEW BT PLUS... (Doubles all DATA plans).. BT Plus was £10 cheaper per month on current broadband deal ....and makes above SIm deal have 40GB of data PM

Dennis.Bell

I've been with 3 for years now. Best network in my area.

bradford_dr

It depends on how you build the deal. I use a family sim deal so pay £32 / month for unlimited texts, minutes and 5GB of Data - for FIVE sim plans - so £6.40 per month, then use BT plus for an extra fiver to double the data and you get a mesh network router and disc and a free 4G hotspot if you need it. BT sport thrown in - which I do use and would pay for So there are decent deals, if you spend a bit of time working thorugh it all.

kingman99

Can you people at lest get it to 500 cold votes . (y) (lol)

Dennis.Bell

Less than £6 per month for 4gb if you factor in the £50 reward card

£25mth / 12mths - £300 or £17.50 after cashback Now TV 36mb broadband, anytime calls and 6 month entertainment pass.
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Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Now TV 36mb fibre broadband for 12 months. Includes line rental, anytime landline and mobile calls, 6 month entertainment pass and now tv stick for £25 per month. New customer Op… Read more
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Richdotward

Thanks just signed up. Bt ending in 2 weeks and wanted they 60 for just internet, phone and basic tv. Wouldn't even talk better prices without an 18 month contract / my rent is 12 months max. Already got a switch for more ports.

crazyhorse

In all fairness I didn't split 2.4/5 since my old BT Home Hub 5b was awesome when keeping them on the same SSID. After the discount ended my BT bill went up to £65 per month with anytime calls, how I miss the 76/20 speed. :( The main problem with the router is the connection is seen and signal looks fine but devices frequently fail to receive data when awoken. Changing the channel did resolve this issue to an extent but the range is poor. I can't complain though because I had SKY for 6 months and received a £100 mastercard with £80 cashback, that's a £30 profit. (highfive)

lokha

Hey OP, Have some heat, signed up, how long does it take them to email the passcode for the free six month entertainment package, if I may enquire please? Cheers (y)

winchman

Thick walls kill 5ghz stone dead.. I'm sure you have, but have you split the 2.4/5 In to two SSID's?

umar

Hi anyone know if now broadband comes with any security software please mine going live next Monday

3 PAYG reintroduces FREE 150MB/200MB data/500MB 30day £2.99 payg broadband bundle
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Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
150MB FREE: Granted it’s only for 48 hours from recharge but with the 50p Daily Internet for 120MB add-on this may work out with greater flexibility much cheaper than the the free … Read more
seaniboy

I did didnt I (ninja) (excited) (strong) I mean its a great back up data sim, top up get 150MB 48 hrs free, Go Roam and 50p for 24 hrs 120MB, whats not to like* ? *Excludes Three Unlimited customers (lol)

jamie15

I didn't mention flexibility, @seaniboy did.

fablanta

That's what I thought you were saying but you mentioned that the 200MB SIM was less flexible to begin with. Was that just because the biggest block of data you can buy is 7GB or was there some other restriction(s) you know of that made you say that?

jamie15

It's more expensive on all add ons, that was just an example.

fablanta

So, unless you want to go over 7GB in a month, it's not really a question of flexibility, it's just that it would be a little bit more expensive.

Free ANYTIME Calls, 6m NOW TV Entertainment Pass, £80 Quidco AND UNLTD 17MB BB with no set up fee  £18/12m - Total Cost £216 @ NowTV
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Decent deal if 17mb is all someone needs 17mb BB and free anytime calls No set up fee £18/month for 12m contract No download limits or speed management £216 minus £80 quidco m… Read more
Tryp

How is the Wi-Fi on their router?

Donaris30

In that case you can disconnect fee free. But if your lucky and have a good BT line most suppliers should be the same speed Except talk talk which is proper crap

ukmonkey

Due to switch to nowtv beginning early next month but they haven’t let my current provider Plusnet know I’m migrating yet? No way to contact them on the phone and the live chat never seems to work. Not a good start do far (confused)

Donaris30

It will be fine. I have the same speeds and no problem playing on line as long as you have a stable line. You will regret it when you start to download games

seaniboy

Game of Drones - men homing in on getting a soft porn experience the wife won’t mind (excited)

Three Unlimited Broadband (24m) with 4G Amazon Alexa router £25pm
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Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
£3 more a month than the standard Three Homefi Broadband router gets you Alexa built in with the 2019Huawei AI cube, supports 64 wifi devices. 24m contract. £545/22.70pm with T… Read more
seaniboy

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/three-unlimited-broadband-22-per-month-24-month-contract-528-total-3174789?page=32#comment-37329994 £3 off a month - Alexa for Homefi price. It’s meant to work.

seaniboy

I agree if you advertise Amazon Alexa as a feature its fair to expect third parties supported by Alexa to work, maybe not all Amazon features as Amazon holds it cards but Spotify, Deezer etc yes.

Timster2112

Yeah there’s no specific mention of Spotify on the product description but I think it’s fair nowadays to assume that the device would be compatible, especially given that the Echo can be set up for Spotify. I think three should make it clear that it is not currently compatible.

judavid89

Says nothing on Three about Spotify. It never mentions it so what would the complaint be?

seaniboy

WTF! Get on Live Chat and make a complaint http://www.three.co.uk/support/how-to-complain

Three Mobile Pay As You Go Mobile Broadband 12 GB Data SIM £26.49 with code @ Amazon
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Using the £5 off £25 promo today, I thought it was worth sharing the Three PAYG datasim 12GB was £31.49......now £26.49 Useful for travelling abroad, using in mobile, tablet or … Read more
Ashe

Yep, I bought a couple a few years ago from Amazon, and one from eBay recently. I didn't know why the post I quoted (and the poster of this deal) says its not worth buying the 24gb anymore - it's far better value..

Marin

It lasts TWO years from activation. Ordered my 5th THREE 24gb sim card using BIGTHANKS from amazon. Ebay, cheapest £43.

Ashe

Just bought a 24gb - is there anything I should know?

ian18

Cold because it is another version of the amazon voucher and not a real discount

lushlady

Folks voting cold. Show me cheaper.....please!!! I need some Three datasims!

Virgin media broadband Get fibre vivid 100 for £27 month / 12mths. £50 credit & zero activation fee via uswitch
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Refreshed 19th MarRefreshed 19th Mar01/04/2019Expires on 01/04/2019
Normally you get the slower vivid 50. Vivid 100 (108mb) for £27 a month. However you get £50 bill credit & no activation fee ( normally £25).. Brings effective monthly cost to … Read more
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paulbbuckton

We have vm in my partners name can I take this deal out in my name I have just cancelled hers as we was paying £38 a month. So it's the same address and we have a joint bank would they pick up on that and refuse me the deal ?

vwblack

Hi. Any retention deals? Mine gone from £65 to £104 out of 12 month deal

vwblack

Have you got this number?

ashtad

Just signed up to this deal as Plusnet was offering me worse deals then new sign up even though been with them years. gutted missed out on the MSE link from last week though

Anon

They crawl the sites so if you put in a claim you indicate the rate you would get if you went from the other site (it must have it in there somewhere as they can take a few days to check, and they know offers change all the time).

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£150 credit or PS4 & FIFA19 for  2 top end virgin broadband TV. Vivid 200 plus sky sports & BT sports 4k. £65pm + £25 setup - £805
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30/03/2019Expires on 30/03/2019Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Choose £150 bill credit ( giving almost the first 3 months free) 12 month contract Choice 1. 1. Vivid 200 broadband. Very fast 213mb broadband. 2. Full house TV plus sky HD mo… Read more
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mango.carrot

What?

Burnsey_100

Available till the 31st March. Cancel and redo it!

Michaelgell91

Didn't know you could get the cashback on that offer or i would have gone for that not the tv deal

Burnsey_100

Why?

Michaelgell91

;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( i've made a terrible mistakeee

Vodafone Superfast 2 Broadband - existing customer discounts £22.50pm - £333
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18 month contract for guaranteed min 55mbps broadband £25 advertised. My contract was up and I got a further discount down to £22.50 per month without any effort. Good deal for unl… Read more
j_xella

I am with them now. Unable to connect to BBC and Amazon. They tried to fix it for the last half a year (!!!), unsuccessfully. They literally have no idea what is going on. Tried to replace the router (did not help, unsurprisingly); after that all they do is promising to have a look at it, then waiting for a while and marking the issue as closed.

Keith9534

Yes....it goes across a standard openreach connection from the cabinet

timinata

Do I need land line for it? Does anyone know?

kmr220679

I wouldn't recommend talk talk. Customer service is poor and my router used to drop signal a few times a day. Others may say different though.

MKD

Seems like you've been fortunate because I've done this and turned off the off schedule on the router from the start but no joy for me. I'm still in the cool off period I'm thinking I'm going have to try another provider, maybe talk talk for a decent router and fingers crossed a decent service. I'm going to try another router I've got laying around and if I'm still not getting decent consistent speeds I'll leave.

TP-Link TL-WA850RE N300 Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender - £16.50 instore @ Sainsbury's
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Was £22 reduce to clear just £16.50
Mig2712

Have Xiaomi extender and no problems approx £7

seaniboy

OP: Electronics not Broadband & Phone we have to follow the new HUKD board grouping rules. Sim only, broadband & mobile contracts in Broadband & Phone. Sim free, payg and non broadband minimum contracted gadgets go to Electronics. A mess I agree, but we users don’t get input to make the board/group structure/s or rules now.

m1keyp1key

I have the re210 and it doesnt even go from the study downstairs to the bedroom above the garage. The homeplugs on the other hand are awesome and fill the room with wifi.

martincroot

Not so in my experience. I have the dual band version: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00KVD6CJY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Had it over a year and works brilliantly. Get 60+mbs speeds on my extended 5ghz network at the furthest point in the house down in the basement/games room/man cave call it what you will. Can't even see the original signal given out by the router from down there. Tried a netgear one before that though but that one was pants.

steve_hn

I have this to extend wi-fi to an outbuilding in the garden and it works well!

Virgin Media Vivid 100 Fibre Broadband + Talk Weekends - £25pm/12months plus £75 bill (Effective cost £18.75pm) Selected Postcodes
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Vivid 100 Fibre Broadband + Talk Weekends New customers only Broadband customer service: 5.7/10 (OK) Package summary 12 month contract Average 108Mb Fibre Broadband Truly Unlim… Read more
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bigpappa

So you can ditch the landline and keep your virgin number? Is that what you have done? How do you receive calls?

hackboski

Thats what i've got .. "Tell us about where you live You've entered the postcode We're pretty sure you'll be able to get your perfect Virgin Media package, but we'll need to get a bit more info first. Just pop your details in below and we’ll be in touch within ten working days to tell you what services are available there. " So because of this, I've missed out on the above deal and the engineer said that he has to sort out my property (make it serviceable) and then I've got to ring up Virgin customer services and negotiate or haggle .... sigh (fierce) (fierce) (fierce)

Krizzo3

Show me your offer email Think you still may be at 18.75 not 16.66 25 was not taken off, it was not added on..

Kocmoc

Thank you. I signed up earlier on tonight under my name and entered our current telephone number to keep. Hopefully, it won't get disconnected within 10 days as husband is still refusing/delaying to phone them to cancel his expensive plan. I won't be able to collect my new hub until 1/4 as it says it needs to delay sending the hub because the current address has their device or something like that. We will see how it goes.

andykapa

looks like you've bought via online as i've called them and mentioned about the fee and they removed it.

Leave broadband early with no exit fees for poor performance. New OFCOM voluntary code of practice.
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New OFCOM codes have come into force making it easier to exit broadband providers. Next time you are left fuming mention this new code & it should get a result. Bit tired of … Read more
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sirsmokesalot

Ubiquiti edgerouter X it will easily do 900mbits + and my entire house has CAT 6A (I'm a network engineer by trade)

Jake4_

Have you tried plugged in via ethernet and what router are you using?

sirsmokesalot

anyone know if i can get out of my virgin media business contract ? I'm paying for 350mbit and I'm getting more like 150-190 and I've never ever seen 350. I've complained in writing and on the phone, and said you aren't providing the service I paid for and they told me that as I'm a business customer ... I'm not entitled to end the contract early. Seems like that's not right to me...

dempsey007

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Banderas86

Thanks. Called them and they cancelled it for free charges. 🙏

Free WiFi boost for virgin media broadband customers. Download free app.
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Virgin Media has announced its “Intelligent WiFi”, which the company promises will revolutionise its customers’ home Wi-Fi connections. Virgin seems particularly confident in the t… Read more
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KingCampo

I've voted hot. Changing channel to automatically use best is a good idea, and I've got a free WiFi booster off them. How's that not a good deal? Of course, a better router in the first place would be better still!

Burnt.Bacon

Anything from the 'Netgear Orbi' range, give decent wifi coverage, but the top tier ones do come at a price.

StudentGrant

Follow Griffin's advice, if that don't work Google it! Some time since I did mine and haven't got time to go through set-up steps again. https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Networking-and-WiFi/BT-Home-Hub-5-as-router-for-SH3/td-p/3551918

MintyUK

I wouldn't bother. That superflub 3's WiFi range is awful. I did the same as most and put it into modem mode. I bought a tp link archer vr900 version 2.. Problem solved. Plus if I change broadband providers I can use the ADSL modem that it has...

KeyserS0ze

Bit of both.

BT 293MB Superfast Fibre 2 Broadband - £29.99pm x 12 Months = £359.88
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Just spotted on Bat's web.
woodface7

OP - what the hell is 'Bats web'???

taras

Unless you have FTTP available, your speeds will vary due to cable conditions and length to the cabinet

moogle

It's showing as £39.99, but when you get to the checkout page it says 74MBps. I'm thinking it's a glitch on their website.

_AK_

I'm getting different prices showing and slower speeds. :S

smileyboy

135meg for £55. No thanks 🤡

Virgin Vivid 100 Fibre Broadband & Full House TV Bundle - Including BT HDsport. Over 230 channels. £45 pm x 12 Months +  £25 set up = £565
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High end broadband & TV package, was £57 a month , now £45 a month. I the Full House offer you get over 230 channels, including Disney, National Geographic and - most important… Read more
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herby247

You would have had some form of welcome deal 20 years ago, it annoys me to bits that people who have access to the wealth of deals on HUKD can not be privvy to the ongoing promo offers virgin media and the like offer. Take some iniative and haggle, if not switch and ditch, vm are a business at the end of the day, loyalty like yours is what these deals are set up for.

maria.jonesxfU

Got it for fifty a month with fifty pound credit. Thanks again xx

predatormc

I know but I still think that OP should state the term and price afterwards. Some of these contracts terms vary and some do not revert.

Anon

Is there a way of stacking any deals to get cashback and Refer a Friend credit? I feel sure it was mentioned on a previous thread, but cannot recall how they did it. Thanks

maria.jonesxfU

Thanks for this Mark. They've just offered me the 100 BB no TV for 29 after a credit. Going to ring back and say I still want to cancel and hope they pull something along these lines out of the bag. Thanks again x

BT Mobile 4GB Data Unltd Minutes / Txts - £10 mth/12mths £120 Broadband Customers (+ £50 Amazon Vouchercodes & £45 BT reward card )
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Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
BT existing customers only £10 X 12 months = £120 - £45 BT reward (guaranteed) = £6.25 month - £50 Vouchercodes Amazon voucher = £2.08 effective a month 12 month contract
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Darkie123

Thank you

Headingley_Lad

Tethering on BT mobile

Darkie123

Can you tether and use as hotspot on BT?

savvyshopper656

Thank you

Headingley_Lad

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Virgin Media Vivid 100 ultrafast broadband 108mb £29pm 12 m Total £348 + £50 credit & no set up fee brings effective cost to £24 83 a month.
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No set up fee ( usually £25) & you will be credited with £50. Monthly is £29 a month but with the no upfront cost & £50 credit it brings the effective cost to under £25. Fa… Read more
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Anon

I see they are offering Full House for £45 at the moment (plus £25 install) - £220 potential cashback too, making it £28.75 per month.

glancy

Yeah but to be fair from a broadband point of view they have gone over 5 or so years - from a maximum of 150mb broadband download speed to 350mb - so you could see it as your paying extra for a company to invest in themselves - a seed won’t grow into a flourishing flower of you don’t water it ;)

anlygi

No and never have! Their broadband cannot be touched if you use your own router to bypass their useless Hub, unless you live in the 10 houses in the UK lucky enough to have access to Hyperoptic. It's not inconceivable that with millions of subscribers, there are many happy customers in comparison to a few people on HUKD who've had a negative experience. If you were referring to what I've been paying, it's a result of knowing when my deals and/or contract is coming to an end and calling up 30 days before to 'leave'. Just like I do with my mobiles. None of these companies reward loyalty by default, you have to threaten to leave when you can and they jump through hoops to keep your loyalty then. Easy to set a reminder in your phone calender and you'll never forget.

dazza99

I haven't paid for broadband in the last 2 years - every time they put up the prices mid contract I have switched and with cashback and incentives I'm in profit. I've been with Virgin twice and BT once, and BT have called offering to buy out the rest of my virgin contract if I switch back!

GoldenBeach

Do you or yours work fro virgin by any chance?

Now TV fibre broadband with anytime calls: 36mb total cost is £300 & for 63mb super fibre it is £360
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27/04/2019Expires on 27/04/2019Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
Now tv broadband packages with anytime phone calls Are basically Sky so good service should be expected. No connection or any upfront fee. Choice of fab fibre 32mb at £25 a month. … Read more
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Redforman71

Looks like £90 on topcashback and 6 months free now tv

emilhar5

I wanted to know as well.. Any reviews regarding broadband speed and efficiency would be appreciated :)

Switchy87

How is now tv broadband guys.. How the router.. My post office broadband ends in 3 months and thinking of changing to now tv broadband

KongDonkey

Hope so. Mine has tracked at £60 but won't know for a while. I've just gone for the standard broadband. With the anytime calls included this is the cheapest I can find. Also I got an offer of a Now TV 12 month cinema pass for £4.99 a month for 12 months.

mrtea1967

They used to be conservative with the truth.I suppose it's what you would call spin in the political world !!. And in the REAL world we know it as bull (poo)

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