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Virgin Media Price Increase 2018 - Leave Penalty Free by September 30th
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And it begins...negotiation season 2018 starts now. As can seen below Virgin Media will be increasing bills by £3 starting October 1st. Now is the right time to start negotiating, … Read more

What are the best prices people are getting for line rental weekend calls + 200mb broadband ?


That's why I left VirginMedia lol


I am paying £15.99 (package) + £16.33 (value line rental) = £32.30 for 200mb and weekend calls Is this a good deal or not? Have heard about people getting free line rental for 12 months


My employer does 8)


No I said I'll hold fire for the time being. He kept saying because I'm on the welcome offer there is nothing they can do to better the 60pm

BT Superfast fibre broadband (£549.81, £29.99 p/m, £140 vouchers, effective cost £22.27 pm)
Made hot 12th AugMade hot 12th Aug
Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls + BT Sport on the go BT Affiliate deal. Sorry if been posted, did a quick search so couldn't find it. Apply by Aug 16th. £29.99 a month 18 months … Read more
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Never been with BT. If they do a price hike, are you able to leave mid contract without incurring penalties?


I have a bt account already. Can I get my wife to sign up so she can get this deal?


Ok so I just ordered this via TCB {£90} While I was on BT chat I was advised that allegedly the price hike in September does not affect briadband and new customers. So if TCB does it stuff I really should be paying effectively £17.27 p/m I saved the transcript just in case anything goes pear shape in September. Fingers crossed


Intrigued myself on this. Anyone had any past experience with using TCB?


'lorna' offered me her best deal for a fresh 12 month contract without a hub at 35.99 a month. called back on after reading this'll they've agreed to the 29.99 now (y) 🏼 however no router (I have one) and also no credit card/ vouchers as they are for ''new customers''. Lost the will to fight after an hour on the phone so will take what they are giving.

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BT Broadband Extender 600 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £22.99 @ Currys/PC World
Made hot 5th MayMade hot 5th May
Stumbled across this one whilst looking for a powerline adaptors. Seems to be the cheapest one and decent band available. Looked on all the other sites and this seems to be the che… Read more

Very well hidden, but these only have 10/100Mbps ports which limits the throughput - they can communicate between each other at 600Mbps but only to the computer or modem at a maximum of 100Mbps. Benefit to Wifi is it's a more closed connection, Wifi speed can be limited if you have lots of devices or are in an area with lots of wifi networks. Powerline can be affected though if you have neighbours who use them though. I got a TP-Link TL-PA4016PKIT for the same price a few weeks back, has now gone up to £27 though. Hoped it would fix my broadband problem, keeps dropping out at random. BT were adamant it is our Wifi setup even though it's affecting wired devices as well. Hoped that by cutting wifi completely we could at least prove to them it wasn't our kit. Problem still happens over the powerline but BT still won't look in to it...


For Android see "wifi analyser". A must for checking wifi coverage...


If you've an android phone or a rooted iphone you can get apps that let you measure the strength of your wifi signal and find dead spots. You may find that simply re-positioning your route or angling the ariels (the beam comes out the side of the ariels so pointing the beam at the dead spot could improve it. Wifi works best with line of sight, any brickwork (plasterboard, wood or dry wall are fine) metal, or glass has a massive impact on signal strength. Anything below 25% strength and you can get dropouts. A warning for people getting powerline for upstairs: if you're using them to extend your wifi upstairs, depending on your wiring setup, the you could have a fairly massive drop in bandwidth. My downstairs powerline adapter gets about 12megabytes a second. When I was using one upstairs, that one got just 1-2mb which often wasn't enough for streaming HD. Your mileage may vary though, my house is a 1950's one so the wiring setup is less than ideal.


Reviews of these seem poor when I’ve looked - and need to be used directly in the wall socket rather than in an extension cable so for me worth paying a little more for one with a power socket built in so not losing two sockets to these


Any ideas if this will help with getting a more stable connection with my switch? splatoon 2 is literally the only game I cant play without getting disconnected 80% of the time..... :(

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sky broadband unlimited £18 p/m +£9.95 one off cost ine rental and Sky Talk included £225.95 for a year + £50 prepaid mastercard
Made hot 11th AugMade hot 11th Aug
£18 p/m +£9.95 one off cost ine rental and Sky Talk included £225.95 for a year + £50 prepaid mastercard. Average monthly cost over the 12 months contract duration inclusive of all… Read more
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Plusnet have a better deal at the moment that is a little over £10 a month, which I have and so far it's been great for the price. You pay it all upfront and then nothing to pay for the year. As another poster said, check out the mse broadband page.


Martin lewis website( MSE) Money saving expert is always worth a look as they also seem to get insentives for you to join up,rather like the now expired deal here,dont forget Uswitch and Money supermarket.The insentives change across all three of these at times.Happy shopping / gaming. (highfive)


Hi LadyEleanor,i didnt know you could find out through Sam.So being intrigued i found out,and im 1075m away.From main exchange.And as from the roadside green box about 75 m.So quite lucky.


Speed depends on distance from BT exchange. For 10+ I think you will be under 1Km. I think Samknows tells you.


Ah I thought there might be a reason so didn’t want to risk it, I can’t get fibre but get by gaming on my standard plusnet broadband at the moment. I have just come out of contract so shopping around for a new introductory offer so was genuinely curious before I switched. Thanks for the reply. (y)

Unlimited Broadband+Landline 12m Contract £15p/m@ Now Broadband via Uswitch
Made hot 10th AugMade hot 10th Aug
Cheapest I have seen for basic broadband and only a 12m contract. £9.99 set up fee is the upfront cost.
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Er I never said anything about quality but its cheap


because B&Q sets the bar for price and quality..


ok (highfive)


I can supply and fit an kitchen for cheeper than b&q and its better quality


sorry but what do you get cheaper than B&Q

Now Tv Broadband (36MBps) £20 a month £9.99 delivery = £249.99 Possible £15 a month with £80 Cashback
Made hot 10th AugMade hot 10th Aug
Hi All, I see plenty of broadband deals in here and this seems to a good offer(subject to cash back being paid) It’s still not a bad deal for £20 quick look around and talk talk i… Read more

Thanks Kava - appreciated.


I have just seen the schedule I am happy now, will add plus11 and get the Italian/ Spanish footy. Thanks again waddle 84


Really? Thanks for the info waddle, I am happy now! :-)


FYI I've just seen that BT Sport have added the french Ligue 1 schedule for the next two weeks.


I’ve got this router hooked up to the BT Whole Home discs and constantly get the fully advertised speed of 36mpbs

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Unlimited Fibre Broadband £20p/m on 12m contract @ Now Broadband via Uswitch
Made hot 10th AugMade hot 10th Aug
Usually debatable 36Mb but cannot find Fibre broadband for less there is a £9.99 set up fee and it is on a 12m contract with unlimited downloads.
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Got this last week as BT hiked its prices, £85 cashback via TCB as others have said. Getting 36mb download and 9.5mb upload. Really happy with the switch completely pain free!


Hi kind of retention deal as i was on Sky Standard BB & moved from Standard to Fiber MAX . i was offred Sky Fiber in 15£ and MAX in 20£ on chat , Hope it helps .:)


So a retention deal? Or possible for new?


Negotiated on chat



NEW Plusnet Fixed price Unlimited Broadband 18mth Contracts from £19.99 + £5 activation fee with £50 cashback
Made hot 10th AugMade hot 10th Aug
I love the telecoms market to see what shenanigans go on there... Plusnet have introduced today fixed price contracts - which means no mid term price increases what you pay toda… Read more
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True, I'm on fibre to the cabinet but usually get 60meg downloads over the telephone line to my house and I'm on the slopes of a Welsh mountain in the middle of nowhere FTC is a bit pot luck, if you're lucky enough to be close to your exchange it will be great


Ah but I love a mid contract price rise. It's usually when I swap provider. With the usual TCB on signup, I've paid very little for BB over the last 5 years e.g. VM gave £220 barely 6 months ago and I've just swapped to Now Broadband who will be giving £80 back on a £20pm "fibre" plan - it'll make the speed decrease a little easier to swallow


If you’re after a good broadband deal, check out out nowtv fab fibre. Unlimited 36mb, £20 a month inc line rental. £70 quidco cashback makes it clock in at about £15 a month. Just switching to it myself.


I agree with you in all comments. The other guy lost all credibility when he said was the same as FTTP which it is 100% not.


From my personal experience with virgina media cs I would say they are staffed with incompetence. After ten years I've had enough and am leaving them. The broadband service is excellent but their cs just make too many basic errors from breaking the data protection act (many times) to not applying credits when they've explicitly said they've done so to finding out they systematically are shortchanging their customers (reported to ofcom who are investigating the matter). All communication is over the phone so they say one thing and write another thing in the account notes and then call you a liar. They've gone back on their word so many times it's unbelievable. Fortunately I've whipped their assess by taking them to cisas and winning time and time again leaving egg on their faces.

Existing Customers save £120 over 12 months with Sky Broadband Unlimited​ ONLINE retention (no need to chat to an agent) from £20 per month (LINE RENTAL INCLUDED)
Made hot 8th AugMade hot 8th Aug
I was expecting to have to explain to a chat agent that since my introductory offer expired this service has become too expensive but was pleasantly surprised to see an offer immed… Read more
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We still don’t get fibre at our address and we’re not in the sticks! A few roads away gets it have tostick with sky as they are better than Plusnet which were awful


I've just left sky, they offered £15 pm for fibre max for the first 12 months then £25pm for the remaining 6 months. Line rental included in price


I meant in general


This includes line rental.


Mine is coming up at £22.50 I/o £30 which is better but not as good as £20. Chat button not available at the moment to see if it gets any lower. Voted hot as helped me reduce my bill :)

Sky Broadband Unlimited, Talk & Line Rental (£20 for 12 months= £240) - (£7.50 a month after £75 TCB Cashback & £75 Mastercard)
Made hot 3rd AugMade hot 3rd Aug
For those who can't get Fibre, this seems like a very good deal.

Thanks OP for this deal. Sky customer team are actually decent. I’m an existing sky tv customer and I opened a new account in error. They allowed me to take this offer and also waived line rental for one month for the inconvenience. Hopefully topcashback tracks. Went for the fibre unlimited instead. This deal should have gotten more heat. Sky fibre unlimited and anytime calls works out = £24.66 pm after all the cash backs etc


with sky for the past 3 years, the cost increased from £17 to £25 within 3 years.... Planning to switch which provider can give some concession in 12 month contact in case if we want to cancel in between.


My £80 cashback (for the £18 a month unlimited) through quidco didn't track at all. I had to raise a claim to which eventually my claim was paid out. Was a bit of a hassle but I've got Broadband for £18 a month for 12 months with £50 prepaid card and £80 cashback. Not bad I say


I've gone through TCB for a few years when buying Sky broadband and has always tracked and paid out without any problems.


Cancelation team +44-333-759-1018. 18 months but 12 months £10 off on line rental

New Broadband free gift. Sonos Play:1 GoPro Hero Fitbit Charge 2 Amazon Echo (2nd Generation)  with 18 month Unlimited Home Fibre contract at Vodafone
Refreshed 2nd AugRefreshed 2nd Aug03/09/2018Expires on 03/09/2018
Sign up to new Vodafone broadband on 18 month contract and claim free gift. Same promotion as last new but some new gifts. From terms: The Free Gift offer is a choice of one of … Read more
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Right so when I lost my GoPro how to do title it?


The one they show, is just “GoPro Hero”, no number. Just Hero. This matches with the picture. Currently they only have Hero, Hero5 and Hero6 on the market.


Do you know what version? There's like GoPro hero 1,2,3,4,5 etc


Looks like GoPro hero is 199 on amazon.


What is entry level? It's £199? And entry level cost around 90? I want to sell it but don't know the name of the GoPro like what model is it? Do you know?

Hyperoptic Summer Sale - 150Mb Fibre £23 per month (12 month contract - FREE Installation and Activation) *NOW LIVE*
Refreshed 1st AugRefreshed 1st Aug31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018
Hyperoptic are back with some great offers, with the best offer of the bunch being the 150mb Fibre service for just £23 a month on a 12 month contract! No line rental required, an… Read more

very limited it seems, i live in london and not available for me.


Use them. Amazing !! No idea what the bad reviews are all about. As a tech enthusiast I couldn’t be happier with the low latency and pings. It’s very much stable.


True, but not too shabby either! Via Broadband Speed Test


Nice explanation, thank you (party) On using Plex server outside the home, I talked to their support about this and they said that all users use dynamic IP but can be allocated a static IP for an extra £5pm. Not ideal but still a good option if you want access to your media.


Basically consumer networking follows a standard and the standards over the years have gone from 10Mb, to 100Mb, to 1,000Mb (1Gb) and in some expensive newer devices 10,000Mb (10Gb). Your average consumer device right now will have 100Mb or 1,000Mb. No matter what device you use there will always be some overheads the prevent the device actually achieving that full speed. In the same way a race car would travel faster in a vacuum, but that's not the real world. Hyperopic's network (fiber optic to the building) will be capable of ridiculously fast speeds. However since there is no real consumer application for speeds greater than 1Gb the equipment they use in the building distributes 1Gb connections to each resident and they supply a 1Gb router. 10Gb networking is currently quite expensive. In 10 years time when 10Gb networking becomes the more used standard (and cheaper) they could upgrade the equipment in the building but the cable that goes to the building would still have plenty of capacity to cope. In short, Hyperopic offer the fastest speed a consumer can use because it makes no real difference to them. If the customer has a 1Gb package and runs a speed test that maxes out at 950Mb that's because their computer / device is the bottleneck, not the Hyperoptic network.

EE Fibre Broadband. 36Mb/s £25pm for 18m  + £165 Cash back, No Setup Charge @ EE
Made hot 1st AugMade hot 1st Aug
Evening all, Just spotted this deal and thought it worth sharing. £25 per month for 18 months, £165 cash back in total, no setup charge. £20 of that via an offer on Quidco. htt… Read more

Updated. Thanks for letting me know.


Looks suddenly “expired”, much lower cash back amount of GBP30 to 50 now showing on Quidco, cold


No you need a subscription mate


Is the sports app not free ? not sure if you can cast it on to your tv.


I just called to cancel and the best they could offer was keep my fibre unlimited for £21.99 pm for another 18 months. And BT sport they couldn’t go less than £7pm so I told them I’m leaving. Let me know how you get on (highfive)

Sky Fibre Unlimited £25pm x 18 month contract = £450 (£17.70 pm after £80 cashback and £50 MasterCard)
Made hot 28th JulMade hot 28th Jul
Sky Fibre Unlimited Broadband 18m contract
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Does anyone know if you can use the prepaid MasterCard to add credit to your sky broadband account? I did that with my by broadband, would be cool to be able to do the same.


Still showing as £80 Quidco for me, with a £75 MasterCard from sky.


Really? Ahh poop. Was gonna pull the trigger on this today.


Sky Prepaid card increased to £75, cashback down £5 on quidco


I've requested a callback today, what date were you offered the 200mb deal?

Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi System, Pack of 2 - Costco Online
Made hot 26th JulMade hot 26th Jul
£350 rrp, £280 on Amazon Linksys Velop is a high-performing modular Wi-Fi mesh system of nodes built to provide exceptional Wi-Fi covera… Read more
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Not sure how these compare to the tenda MW3 setup...but I got a pack of 3 of them last week for £90 on Amazon and they are incredibe! Wiped out 3 blackspots and internet seems much more responsive.


What's the speed/throughput like with the LRs?


I just know it works and leave the Voodoo to the product designers.


My understanding is that each Ubi access point is only really as strong as the best of other routers such as HH6, but that they are one of the few providers who have got the weak signal handover right between multiple access points, so that adding more access points actually works?


HH6 was giving single ‘bar’ in some rooms. Patchy coverage in the garden. Now I have full strength in all rooms and garden coverage. (Smart plug for outdoor lights) If I want better in the garden I’ll get an LR which has greater reach. Each AP is at opposing ends of the house, though both on rear side. Front garden suffers a bit because of it but the frequent use areas have the coverage.

Three "Internet with legs" mobile broadband data sim card - FREE 200 mb per month
Made hot 26th JulMade hot 26th Jul
This is practically the same as Three PAYG except you can't use Three InTouch as it is a "broadband" sim. However, you can top it up (starting from £2) and make calls from it. Bu… Read more

Hmm registration seem to be different than the You register for the number at And that has a problem registering email addresses, last I check


Tried live chat but got nowhere even after being transferred to Customer Relations who even logged my concerns as a "Complaint", managed to get 1GB added to the sim but still couldn't get the card registered for the free 200mb a month. Perhaps over the course of a month 3 will either rectify the problem with the link or just confirm the offer's now been withdrawn.


No. You have to register this particular SIM to qualify for the freebie data.


Did you get the free data? Isn't registration and free data kinda seperate?


I just followed the instructions inside the packaging that the SIM arrived in. I had to go outside to get a 3 signal because network reception isn't great where I live but other than that, it was easy peasy! If you're still having problems, you can ring 333 (free if you ring on a Three mobile or have a Three SIM) and get them to register the SIM for you over the phone. Hope that helps. PS your phone IS unlocked isn't it??

Sky Broadband Rentention, Sky Fibre Max & Line Rental £25 P/M Normally £43.99
LocalLocalMade hot 26th JulMade hot 26th Jul
Just called sky for my yearly retention got offered a better deal than my last retention which im quite chuffed about. £25 per month for Sky Fibre Max (currently £30 on a deal for… Read more
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just got Sky Fiber Max in 20£ PM for 12 months then 30 for rest of 6 months.Better deal then what offered to OP.Plus New Sky router 3.5 wit free router dispatch.


The good thing with Sky Broadband is that so long as you have patience, there are room for negotiations. Just try your luck. I have been with Sky since O2 home broadband was transferred over to Sky. I am always on the Sky Fibre unlimited and I always pay £20 a month including broadband and a landline on a 12 months contract.


Erm,I honestly thought 70 for full tv package sky go extra {5£} and unltd fibre was a good deal on 18m deal but looks like fellow Hukd members have had better .Think I will call back and go on 30 days notice and see if they can better 70.


I asked them to do £25/m before I left Sky last month and they refused. Got ~76mb fibre for 23.99 from instead after TCB on 18m


I do the same with all retention "deals"

Sky Broadband av 11MB/sec £100 M&S voucher and £50 prepaid card. Not bad if you shop in m&s and cheapest for a long time for standard broadband
Made hot 26th JulMade hot 26th Jul
Until Thu 26 July, Sky newbies can apply via this Sky link* for this deal – it's a 12mth contract for unlimited broadband and line rental; with average speeds of 11Mb. It's ava… Read more

LOL I put this offer in another thread about BT increasing prices. But regarding this you HAVE to go thru the broadbandgenie link to get both the offers. If you sign up thru sky and then go back to the link you wont get anything extra. If you have already started just cancel your ongoing order and then restart thru broadbandgenie link. This offer is PANTS for me , luxury cotton ones from M+S (embarrassed)


Haha! Yep games take up virtually no bandwidth (I played them perfectly fine on my 56k modem) A simple test is to open the CMD prompt and type "ping" The lower the better. <20 is good. <10 very good.


Yeah,im showing my nievatie ( hope thats spelt right ) of broadband , i dont know my ping from my pong although i do know my ting from tong as ones got balls. (shock)


Its 11mbps NOT 11mb/s!!! Massive difference. Sort it out.


I couldn’t find the link either so had a look on Money Saving Expert. They provide the link, the link/company that pays out the M&S voucher is trough Broadband Genie, not Sky.

Hyperoptic - 30MB broadband no calls for £19/month (12 months contract) possible £17/month after vouncher possible Quidco/TCB - £216
Made hot 22nd JulMade hot 22nd Jul
This is with Hyperoptic so not national but check if you are affected by the price changes of BT. £19/month for broadband only, £17 after applying the voucher code. No setup fees, … Read more

They won't put hyperoptic in your old towerblock


Thanks, I will use this as my script 😁😁


Yes, it is. I really don't get why they don't make it match their other tiers and just be done with it. It's not like most people will be using much 99% of the time. I'm not really sure why they bother charging for installation normally either. £40 won't cover the costs and it only serves to put people off.


Yeah, similar renewal dance as other companies (ignore the rest if you're used to it): 1) phone up, say you want to renew; 2) they will offer you standard pricing eg .£38pm for 150mb, or try to push you to 1gbps; 3) you say "too expensive, i'm a loyal customer and expect to be rewarded for loyalty. You recently saw an offer for £24pm ("May sale") and that I want that deal". 4) They will come back with an offer, £25-£28 I think, based on today's deals. 5) If they don't budge, call back another day during work hours - I initially had a lady who wouldn't budge from £38, then called back the next day and got offered £25. Good luck, let us know how you do. 8)


Openreach are offering FTTPoD, where basically you pay an awful lot of money (thousands) to get fibre installed from your nearest cabinet to your house, replacing the copper last few hundred metres with fibre. I have yet to see an ISP offering this service because it only really makes sense for businesses but if it does make sense you get gigabit down, 220mbps up.

NOW broadband Fab fibre (35mbps) for £20./pm + £9.99 setup fee +Quidco/TCB cashback (£80/£70). 12M contract
Made hot 20th JulMade hot 20th Jul
I've just signed up for this from NOW TV. I switched away from them to BT previously and the main drawback was the terrible router, but that's been upgraded since then to a rebadge… Read more

I think the set up fee is for one month's rolling contract, waived if you sign up for 12 months


Wow! only 30 minutes down time, nice -will do.Thank you so much.


You don't have to inform BT. NowTV will inform BT and they will switch your connection automatically after 14 days. Just sign up online via cashback website. I moved my connection from BT last week without any problems and the transfer done in the morning with half an hour down time. I'm getting 38mb stable connection. I hope that will help.


Thank you , yes just noticed by default it's going to the rolling contract! Thank you so much (y) Do they offer telephone support? Just to know if i sign up ,they will automatically switch me from BT .(do i have to inform BT before sign up?


the £50 set up fee is for the monthly rolling contract option. If you are signing up to a 12 month deal it should be free

TalkTalk Standard Broadband - Only £17 a month on 12 month Contract £204 (Quidco £100 cashback) With cashback works out to be £104 for 12 months)
Made hot 14th JulMade hot 14th Jul
I know there are many haters of TalkTalk, but I have used them in the past and find their service/reliability no better or worse than any other services. The broadband speeds also… Read more

how? thinking of joining but heard bad things about the usual Huawei routers they use


I had three different issues with Talktalk across the 1.5 years I have been with them. They handled them all extremely poorly. Can't wait to switch away from them.


Remember TalkTalk have blocked VPN, remote access programs such as TeamViewer etc from their end so you will have lots of trouble if you want to get those unblocked.


You would be better with a bit of string and some empty cans than you would on TT. Every year consistently voted the worst provider.


Sounds like my sky account to me .

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