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BT UNLIMITED INFINITY Up to 52Mb fibre b'band, line & BT Sport £330.73 for 18m equivalent to £18.37/mth, £200 back from BT via £150 MasterCard and £50 cheque)
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Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
It's the second option from landing page! Expires this Thursday at 11.59. BT fibre broadband UNLIMITED INFINITY Up to 52Mb £0 activation + BT Sport FREE for 18 months with free we… Read more
yonasz26 m ago

To claim cheque i have to wait 3 months from order date?


I'd also like more information on how to claim the £150 card and cheque. Not familiar with the process.

Thanks.
To claim cheque i have to wait 3 months from order date?
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saxo_appeal37 m ago

How did you manage to have the Line Rental not included in the price? When …How did you manage to have the Line Rental not included in the price? When I was doing it, the end result showed the 18.99 on top of the 39.99


If I were you go back on BT live chat,I'm sure they will help you out!
I elected for 12 months Line Rental in Advance. It's an essential part of the deal, per the OP.
Edited by: "ozodimal" 21 h, 14 m ago
How did you manage to have the Line Rental not included in the price?

When I was doing it, the end result showed the 18.99 on top of the 39.99
BT fibre b'band, line & BT Sport ' Ends 11.59pm Thu - Pay £530.73 upfront and get.£145 back from BT via £95 MasterCard and £50 cheque.
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This is a version on https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/updated-26-jan-bt-unlimited-infinity-fibre-broadband-52-2999-pm-2999-upfront-cost-18-month-contract-price-total-56981-125-mas… Read more
I got £80 from Quidco
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Pateo14th Feb

I didn't mention Quidco/topcashback because the links are different, …I didn't mention Quidco/topcashback because the links are different, unless anyone knows a way of linking the two together so you can get additional cashback also


Check my post it shows how to get this deal and get Quidco by changing the links
Pateo32 m ago

its £145(Guaranteed if you diarise it) via BT direct link in op,@ £21.43 p …its £145(Guaranteed if you diarise it) via BT direct link in op,@ £21.43 pm.Your option is £85 (Not Guaranteed) from TCB and to get £120 from BT you have to slect most expensive UNLIMITED INFINITY 2 Up to 76Mb £44 .99 a month 18 months, thats with TV, if you remove tv you wont get £120 0r tcb £85!!!!


Thanks for explaining, I'll go through link
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mhoneyghan1 h, 31 m ago

Would it not work out better to get the 85quid through tcb instead of £50 …Would it not work out better to get the 85quid through tcb instead of £50 through bt cashback? Sorry if I sound dumb.I'm about to take this out and want the best deal


its £145(Guaranteed if you diarise it) via BT direct link in op,@ £21.43 pm.
Your option is £85 (Not Guaranteed) from TCB and to get £120 from BT you have to slect most expensive UNLIMITED INFINITY 2 Up to 76Mb £44 .99 a month 18 months, thats with TV, if you remove tv you wont get £120 0r tcb £85!!!!
Would it not work out better to get the 85quid through tcb instead of £50 through bt cashback? Sorry if I sound dumb.

I'm about to take this out and want the best deal
EE Fibre Plus (76MB) with FREE 50GB mobile data boost U.K, EU, USA, Mexico, Canada, AU & NZ (for Max mobile customers) £33 x 18 (£35 install & £150TCB=£479/£26.62pm)
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Free 50GB boost with Fibre Plus for Max Plan customers (all the £5 4GB customers ;) ) - this really does make EE Fibre Plus cost effective! https://www.topcashback.co.uk/ee-home… Read more
Shame about the initialdeal teething problems, this is a scorcher! Hot hot!!!
Edited by: "alltaken123" 6th Feb
I just wanted to say that I’m with EE and the service is astonishingly good. The customer service is excellent (all UK based, very low wait times) and performance is decent too. Had numerous problems with BT Openreach (I mean who doesn’t and more importantly how does such a useless company still exist in 2018) but I was kept informed along the way and compensated when there was an issue. It’s been the best experience I’ve had with an ISP all things considered
deany765 m ago

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Thanks for the reply. I already have EE 4g but not max so I'd get 5gb extra - I likely won't use it though so it's not really a factor. It's pretty fast at my place but basically no coverage at Mum's where I spend a fair bit of time. I would have preferred a cash discount personally. I am unsure if I can switch to max, I'm still in contract but don't know much about it...
Zoea4 m ago

For me it's likely this, or plusnet, or maybe Vodafone. Maybe I'll even …For me it's likely this, or plusnet, or maybe Vodafone. Maybe I'll even stay with ADSL for another year and just change provider! Of the fibre providers mentioned above, this one is like £3.50 more for double the speed so not too bad, which would you choose? Have you had problems with any? I've only used PlusNet ADSL some time ago and it was really very good.thanks


Have you tested the 4G network speeds at home and work?
EE seem to have best speeds, but it is dependent on your local Cellular Masts.
I believe EE use Huawei hardware on their masts, I tend to be loyal to Huawei 4G routers for this reason.
Edited by: "deany76" 6th Feb
For me it's likely this, or plusnet, or maybe Vodafone. Maybe I'll even stay with ADSL for another year and just change provider!
Of the fibre providers mentioned above, this one is like £3.50 more for double the speed so not too bad, which would you choose? Have you had problems with any? I've only used PlusNet ADSL some time ago and it was really very good.

thanks
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Plusnet Unlimited Fibre 38Mbps Broadband 12 months at £24.99 & TCB £70 - £15 activation fee
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Looking at fibre deals as im in the process of leaving vodafone and plusnet now has an offer on there 38Mb fibre deal. There's a £15 activation fee its 12 months £24.99 If you … Read more
Tenex13th Feb

Just thought I'd change my family's BB over to this and when I went …Just thought I'd change my family's BB over to this and when I went through the look up they guaranteed a minimum of 1Mb !?!?!Currently getting 50/60/70 with Virgin.Any idea why this would be so different?


Minimum of 1Mb upload you mean?
Just thought I'd change my family's BB over to this and when I went through the look up they guaranteed a minimum of 1Mb !?!?!

Currently getting 50/60/70 with Virgin.

Any idea why this would be so different?
mocmocamoc5th Feb

Been on plusnet about six months, been fine and being owned by BT is a …Been on plusnet about six months, been fine and being owned by BT is a plus in my opinion as they can't deny it's their fault your service is crap (I've had issues where they just blame BT). They also confirmed and paid 3 lots of cash back so my BB is free, just waiting to move back to BT as there cashback deals are the best


How did you get 3 lost of cash back?
koahhe19 h, 26 m ago

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1ms ping..wow, which ISP?
how is gaming?
Vodaphone Broadband Unlimited Fibre 38 18 Months 22.50 No Upfront fee
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
Vodaphone Broadband Unlimited Fibre 38 18 Months 22.50 No Upfront fee Its £20 for existing customers
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rooney1010 m ago

Mines been fairly good since leaving BT at the end of October ... However …Mines been fairly good since leaving BT at the end of October ... However , for the last 8 days my internet has been constantly dropping out (both wired and wifi connections) meaning watching catch up TV is not possible , completely useless sorting out the fault ... 76 hours to wait while you are in a queue for the technical team to contact you and when they do all they do is arrange a BT Openreach engineer to visit your home. I had the engineer turn up and he tested the copper line ... no faults found , did a 5 minute connection test which sods law didn't drop out in the 5 minutes he tested it ! Also , the engineer said that Vodafone will probably now send an openreach 'Broadband' Engineer to the home who would be able to investigate further the network side of things .. ffs , my fault was with my broadband , Grrrrrrr ... Now , 8 days on and still I don't have a stable connection.Average call time to get through to customer services is around 30-40 minutes too !I'd Avoid Vodafone at all costs ! ...... BT were fine for 12months previously , as were Virgin for several years before that.


Hm... I have 2 mobile contracts with VF and also have some business dealings with them. From a phone perspective I've actually found them to be fairly efficient (been with them for 7 years now). Maybe they're still learning the ropes with respect to BB - noted.

In other news, I've just left Virgin following a house move and I personally found their support to be shambolic, although the product was good when it worked.

Thanks for the account though, good to align expectations.

£20 a month cheaper than BT.
The_Hoff19 h, 38 m ago

What's your experience of this? I just signed up for it.


Mines been fairly good since leaving BT at the end of October ... However , for the last 8 days my internet has been constantly dropping out (both wired and wifi connections) meaning watching catch up TV is not possible , completely useless sorting out the fault ... 76 hours to wait while you are in a queue for the technical team to contact you and when they do all they do is arrange a BT Openreach engineer to visit your home.
I had the engineer turn up and he tested the copper line ... no faults found , did a 5 minute connection test which sods law didn't drop out in the 5 minutes he tested it !
Also , the engineer said that Vodafone will probably now send an openreach 'Broadband' Engineer to the home who would be able to investigate further the network side of things .. ffs , my fault was with my broadband , Grrrrrrr ... Now , 8 days on and still I don't have a stable connection.

Average call time to get through to customer services is around 30-40 minutes too !

I'd Avoid Vodafone at all costs ! ...... BT were fine for 12months previously , as were Virgin for several years before that.
Edited by: "rooney10" 5th Feb
garyal21 m ago

So far so good averaging about 55mb/s @The_Hoff


Excellent, thanks for that.
So far so good averaging about 55mb/s @The_Hoff
Edited by: "garyal" 4th Feb
garyal29th Jan

Pay that for the 76mb Vodafone fibre optics


What's your experience of this? I just signed up for it.
Plusnet Unlimited Fibre 38mb £24.99 per month (12 month contract) PLUS £50 Amazon Gift Card and NO SETUP fee via Broadband Genie
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Nice offer today via Broadband Genie. Get Plusnet Unlimited Fibre (Up to 38mb) for £24.99 per month on a 12 month contract, PLUS a £50 Amazon Giftcard and 0 SETUP FEES!
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Not worth posting as a separate deal but worth pointing out I was just offered 76Mb fibre for £23 a month on an 18 month contract simply by enquiring via chat when I could leave plusnet without incurring exit fees - mentioned the vodafone prices and topcashback.
Deal seems reasonable and was a Plusnet Fibre customer from 2012 -2015. Two questions. 1. Do they still traffic manage broadband speed? 2. Have the fibre routers been massively improved, or are they still a crock?
Edited by: "TheHun6" 28th Jan
shadey122 h, 23 m ago

Got to love his bio though,[Image]



Its what Germans thought of Hitler at the time.
Might want to keep this article in mind before signing up for a new contract. Sky is apparently the least complained about. I'm with BT have no real complaints, usual throttling in eve and awful chat experiences thats it!

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nosbod1 h, 22 m ago

Can't see this offer, no voucher and 18 month contract when I look


This is the deal that I got a couple of days ago:-

I've just signed up for this offer (18 months though) through Topcashback who are giving £70 cashback (got an extra £2.50 cashback for Topcashback offer as well, so £72.50 cashback in total). Out of interest, I went to Broadband Genie to see about the £50 Amazon voucher, but nothing is showing up about that - has it expired now? Thank you.
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Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 38 Mbps for £20/month (18 months = £360) or 76 Mbps for £24/month (18 months = £360) @ uSwitch
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Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 38 for £20 or Vodafone Unlimited Fibre 76 for £24 at uswitch!!
Avoid like the plague!
Bottled it and cancelled. Still no router
peaches1877644 m ago

I had no problems getting router. speeds are all over the place …I had no problems getting router. speeds are all over the place (networked) and even worse is the wifi seems to top out at 30ish. Spliting the ssid into two lots helps with tv viewing (make sure the tv is the only thing using that ssid). But means I have slow d/ls when not using other id. Thinking of leaving.


Think I'll ring this afternoon and cancel, better the devil you know hey (SSE)
matth51823rd Feb

Did you and your sister get the router delivered without any problems. I …Did you and your sister get the router delivered without any problems. I took the plunge and ordered last week with an activation date of 13/02 but they have emailed to say the router is out of stock.Am I going to be left without internet?I'm starting to regret switching now


I had no problems getting router. speeds are all over the place (networked) and even worse is the wifi seems to top out at 30ish. Spliting the ssid into two lots helps with tv viewing (make sure the tv is the only thing using that ssid). But means I have slow d/ls when not using other id. Thinking of leaving.
Just to counter the above, I'm about 6 weeks in on the same package and had a rock-solid 30-35mbps... all depends on where you are.
£10 off sky fibre for 12months may not work on all accounts (£18.99 month line rental)
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Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
1. login ro my sky go to my package then click the fibre broadband 2 under that there should be thinking of canceling sky fibre click it 3. on the next page there will be a bunch… Read more
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just got this £10 off fiber plus £5 off line rental i mentioned vodaphone
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chopyhop31st Jan

Why is this one getting upvoted? The Sky retentions team are clearly …Why is this one getting upvoted? The Sky retentions team are clearly working overtime spamming this site with Sky posts. Nobody in their right mind would post Sky here when it goes cold every time.


I do not work and never have worked for sky
Edited by: "shakey1981" 3rd Feb
Why is this one getting upvoted? The Sky retentions team are clearly working overtime spamming this site with Sky posts. Nobody in their right mind would post Sky here when it goes cold every time.
please make it clear that line rental is required at £18.99 a month!!
sb187627th Jan

Was with sky tv for about 5 years, phoned to ask about broadband deal snd …Was with sky tv for about 5 years, phoned to ask about broadband deal snd was told £30 on top if my basic tv pack at £22 pmonth. Said no and i cancelled everything, no offers from them on broadband at all and I'm now looking for a new TV and broadband deal!! Seems they don't want existing customers!

Agreed, I'm with virgin media now, as sky would only give me £5 off standard ADSL, no effort from sky in keeping me a customer.
Sky Fibre Unlimited - £32pm + £59.95 set up (£50 reward card OR Galaxy Tab E) £635.95
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Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
for 18 months (^then £38.99 a month) + choice of reward Includes line rental & Sky Talk + £59.95 one off set-up fee £70 Quidco + £50 reward Card ( Galaxy Tab E worth ££139) … Read more
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kayceelondon20th Jan

Have you included their rewards and cashback? It's not bad after all .


Still seemed a a lot to me, the reward card cancels out the set up fee but the monthly cost still way higher and the cashback on other providers is a similar rate. I went with talk talk in the end, £25 a month for 12 months and £75 cashback through quidco, zero set up fees. Voda doing a good deal £20 a month with no set up fees but I personally hate Voda
I suggest using their router but use something like a tplink archer for the WiFi. I do this and get 36 mbs on the 38 mbs line on WiFi
kayceelondon14 h, 6 m ago

Their network doesn't permit the use of another router. They claimed they …Their network doesn't permit the use of another router. They claimed they do but genuine users of their broadband say is not permitted.


Is this true? Can anyone confirm please..I'm torn between Vodafone fiber at £24 and sky fiber max at £37 ( sky has 70 cashback via quidco whereas Vodafone has £20). Cheers
kayceelondon14 h, 31 m ago

I'm sure you haven't read what folks on Vodafone are saying about their …I'm sure you haven't read what folks on Vodafone are saying about their service ? Awful 365 !


Yes I have which is why I said it in my post but the Vodafone deal considerably cheaper than this deal. There are mixed reviews on a lot of broadband suppliers - including Sky. More often than not, you'll hear more about the negatives than the positives.
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cyn6472 h, 53 m ago

This seems expensive to me...EE £25 month, talktalk £25 and vodafone £20 mo …This seems expensive to me...EE £25 month, talktalk £25 and vodafone £20 month for fibre


Have you included their rewards and cashback?
It's not bad after all .
Vodaphone 76Mb Fibre Broadband £24pm / 18mths no set up fees (+£60 for a new line)
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Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
18month contract, £60 for a new line, else there are no setup fees. When I found this option on their website it was £27, by using comparison site links found on google or by bein… Read more
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Soulja20th Jan

What's their pings like for gaming? Any drops in speed at peak times?Also …What's their pings like for gaming? Any drops in speed at peak times?Also is it easy to forward ports and use a dmz with their router?


While I don’t do much gaming. Pings are around 7 and no drops in speed at anytime. Setting Port Mapping and DMZs are possible.
Cancelled two days ago & not a word from Vodafone.
My service went live on 10th but I'm seriously considering baling out. It seems that the promised static IP address is only available to business accounts, contrary to what the sign-up process says. I've had around 10 calls to them trying to get to the bottom of it & every time you call you get a different answer. Yesterday I was promised a call back from someone technical & needless to say, it never materialised.

Added to the lies & misinformation I was fed when trying to get logon credentials for my own router, I have grave reservations over what would happen should a fault occur. I'm also a little disappointed with speeds as they've dropped from 38mbps on day one to 32mbps now.

If I jump back to BT I should end up paying around the same £20pm once all the cashback & rewards are taken into account. Current offer is £29.99 pm for 18 months, £85 Top Cashback & £80 reward card. But then BT are are a useless bunch of unmentionables also...
taff_57 h, 30 m ago

Triggered...


Good job sport. I admire your approach to life.
Free pack of Fibre One _ Sainsbury's
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Add a pack of Fibre One from below to your trolley Continue with your shop Enter the code FIBREONE at the checkout and the price will be deducted from your total avai… Read more
Just had an email with a freebie offer but instead for a yoghurt. It IS for online shopping only, which is pointless for me as I don't shop online.

Sounds like a new Sainsburys weeze to attract people to shop online.
In case you don't shop at Sainsbury's they are down to £1.25 at ASDA in store!!!
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Excuse the ignorant question, but there's no way to add this code to one of the self checkouts in store is there? I assume this has to be done via online shopping?

Have some heat though. These cakes are nice, but very expensive for what you get.
Sainsbury's Free  Grocery Add on Items - Philadelphia + Ryvita 200G + Arla Garlic & Herb Cheese 250g + Fibre one Bars 5 x 24g + Pilgrim Light Cheese 350g (Also £20 off £60 new accounts)
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Number of free add on items if you are doing a Sainsbury's online shop, need to add the items to your basket and add the codes at checkout. Also code EALDSAVE20 gives £20 off £6… Read more
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None worked for me
None of these item codes work for me when the system just says "Sorry, an error has occurred whilst trying to redeem your voucher". That is except for the last one which complains about some minimum spend unfixable so far.

I fixed the cheese one. That voucher is worth £3 but Sainsbury have reduced the item 50p to £2.50 and their voucher system has a stroke. The solution is to add two meaning you get 700g of cheese for £2.
Edited by: "sfakley" 23rd Jan
I seem to have been given the full £24.50 of vouchers, and all 3 products on the receipt, but weirdly I cannot find the Pilgrim cheese.

Have i lost it (the cheese or my mind) I don't know!

Really odd as I can't see how they can scan it onto the receipt then it doesn't make it to my house, unless it's in someone else's box.
Edited by: "thelatics" 21st Jan
Just to let others know - as a newcomer to the country, I have never made an online order at Sainsbury's before, I always used Tesco's online or instore. Got one of the £20 off leaflets in my letterbox and gave it a try. My first order was cancelled due to technical reasons and I was told to try again with a different card on the same account. I tried but the £20 code did not work. As I was at work and wanted to order quickly, I thought as I am a genuine new customer (fresh off the plane a few months ago etc) I could just use a different email address so the code would work properly. It did go through but the order was cancelled again the next day and I was told on the phone (after emails and a phone call from me as I did not receive full information) that my account with them was cancelled entirely for using the 2nd account - literally just for that. The rep was extremely aggressive verbally and then said that I would not be able to use Sainsbury's online for life. This is after me having no problem with Tesco's, Amazon, Curry's, Argos, Ebay, Debenhams, etc. It is pretty sad to be treated this way for a genuine mistake (and literally my only mistake, having never shopped there online before!). Oh well, better supermarkets out there who actually treat people decently and kindly with better customer service.
I've just received my order and although it accepted the voucher for philidelphia and ryvita I've been charged for them. The lady at customer services was quite rude and said the limit had been reached in my store, I did argue that they shouldn't have shown it as accepted on the order confirmation email but all she would do is give me a £1 e voucher for the philidelphia as I can't even take it back to the store! Just make sure you check the receipt while the driver is still there. I know it's only £2 but it's products I wouldn't have bought usually. I can return the ryvita to the store but seems a lot of hassle for £1!
Updated 26 Jan: BT Unlimited Infinity fibre broadband 52 - £29.99 pm +  £29.99 upfront cost (18 month contract price total £569.81) + £125 MasterCard reward card
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
* Updated 26 Jan* MasterCard Reward Card now increased to £125 (previously £95) on Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls 18 month contract Unlimited Infinity 1 (up to 52mb)… Read more
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wearewyldstallyn10 h, 40 m ago

I'd been trying for the past week - but their "bt.com/claimmyreward" page …I'd been trying for the past week - but their "bt.com/claimmyreward" page is unhelpfully (suspiciously) broken and just sends you back to the login page.Instead you should login then go to https://www.bt.com/s/apps/appsclaim/index.html?view=myrewards and there should be a pink button to claim. I got a text message confirming it worked.



Cheers. The reward eventually appeared in the portal and I got an email confirming my claim was successful.
ja99son11th Feb

Did you find out?



I'd been trying for the past week - but their "bt.com/claimmyreward" page is unhelpfully (suspiciously) broken and just sends you back to the login page.

Instead you should login then go to bt.com/s/a…rds and there should be a pink button to claim. I got a text message confirming it worked.
Gerry440013th Jan

How do get the MasterCard, just got activated yesterday and quidco …How do get the MasterCard, just got activated yesterday and quidco tracked. Thought I read somewhere you had to email within first 30 days.


Did you find out?
Ordered, thanks OP
carled2 h, 25 m ago

You do realise that 4K streaming only requires about 25Mbps, don't you...? …You do realise that 4K streaming only requires about 25Mbps, don't you...? Or are you requiring that 12 people can simultaneously stream 4K content...?


getting the fastest package so won’t have to worry about slow speeds when multiple people are on at once and can download games 4K games on the pro and X nice and speedy so no more waiting overnight
58% OFF - (Pack of 15) Clearspring Organic Roasted Seeds and Soya with Goji Berries Snack 30 g - £6.99 S&S @ Amazon
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Product Description: Clearspring snack organic roasted seeds and soya with goji berries is a tasty mix of Austrian grown soya beans, roasted styrian pumpkin seeds and extra large … Read more
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Amazon has increased the price after I posted this deal
York's Ultra Fibre Optic £21.70 @ TalkTalk
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Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Very Limited but the price is really good value if your lucky enough to get it. £21.70 a month for 24 months, includes line rental and no set-up fee 1000Mb fibre optic broadba… Read more
Chris_James7th Jan

You don't need to buy out your contract they will let you leave without …You don't need to buy out your contract they will let you leave without penalty if you have speed or other issues. Just open a complaint and then demand to leave.


If you raise a complaint, they have 30 days to sort out your issues, otherwise you can leave for free.
Be warned though, document all phone calls, times, who you spoke to etc, try to get everything in writing, although this for me proved impossible, and be prepared to get demands for the remainder of the contract for months after you leave. I spent hours and hours on the phone to these crooks after I was allowed to leave. They are truly the worst company I've ever dealt with by some margin.
I have had this since October. I pay £29 a month for broadband + youview TV box. Regular download speed is about 250M but more if I use an ethernet cable. Sky broadband is woeful around here and virgin cable was £30pm for 50M fastest speed if you were lucky.
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badgerrules3rd Jan

13 miles south of York and my talktalk Broadband suuuuuuuuuucks, seriously …13 miles south of York and my talktalk Broadband suuuuuuuuuucks, seriously considering buying out my contract


You don't need to buy out your contract they will let you leave without penalty if you have speed or other issues. Just open a complaint and then demand to leave.
How much cost after 24 months contract? How much it without line rental? Thanks.
Felicitous9 h, 59 m ago

I can't agree any more with this.I think technically they aren't I believe …I can't agree any more with this.I think technically they aren't I believe they have been bought out at least once and it's actually another company just using the same name, but they are equally as bad now if not worse than they have ever been


Bought out at least once? Where did you get that from?

To be be factually correct they split from Carphone Warehouse about 5-6 years to become an independent telco company. Still ultimately owned by the same majority shareholder though.

Lets be frank and honest, they’re not the best ISP but certainly not the worst. Customer service has consistently improved over the last 3 years (other big ISPs perform worse in reputable surveys) and their network is a lot more stable. Less customer churn each year as well i believe. If you wanted the best then go to Zen Internet who have a limited footprint and charge more.

Or - why don’t you just say you’ve had a bad experience which has left a bad taste so you want to stick the knife in!
Vodafone 76mb / 38mb Fibre Broadband - £24 / £20 a month for everyone (not just new or existing customers)
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Found 22nd Dec 2017Found 22nd Dec 2017
You need to go through Broadband Choices website to get this deal ( https://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/product/6575#summary ). Price includes line rental and there are no set up or… Read more
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Ashe3rd Feb

A couple of questions if someone can advise please.Do they let you choose …A couple of questions if someone can advise please.Do they let you choose the date for the phone/broadband switch? (i.e. so I can time it with my contract end date)I would use my own modem/router also, but from previous pages, I guess you would need to request the password and hope they provide.


Yes and yes
Ashe3rd Feb

A couple of questions if someone can advise please.Do they let you choose …A couple of questions if someone can advise please.Do they let you choose the date for the phone/broadband switch? (i.e. so I can time it with my contract end date)I would use my own modem/router also, but from previous pages, I guess you would need to request the password and hope they provide.


yes
A couple of questions if someone can advise please.

Do they let you choose the date for the phone/broadband switch? (i.e. so I can time it with my contract end date)

I would use my own modem/router also, but from previous pages, I guess you would need to request the password and hope they provide.
Edited by: "Ashe" 3rd Feb
Anyone considering Vodafone should be aware they appear to have very aggressive traffic shaping in use to try and negate oversubscribed exchanges.
I signed upto the 76mb package, never synced above 52mb despite my line being capable of 80mb.
However from 5pm until midnight speeds are strangled.
Most evenings I was lucky to get above 3mb according to various speed tests.
Netflix was completely unusable.

I've now moved to bt with much improved speeds.
I was close to taking this deal from Vodafone. It put me off that if i move home during the minimum period, the contract length will be reset to 0. I contacted Sky to match this offer and I was offered £18/month for 12 months and £28 for the following 6. It's £24 extra over 18 months, but i think it's worthy.
Free Router upgrade and package upgrade from 20Mb to 30Mb and 100Mb to 150Mb *Existing users* @ Hyperoptic
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Found 22nd Dec 2017Found 22nd Dec 2017
For exisisting users So hyperoptic just changed 2 of their packages from 20Mb to 30Mb and 100Mb to 150Mb. I was on 100Mb and called customer service and they happily upgraded to 15… Read more
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unhappybunny10 h, 51 m ago

Well all tablets, mobile phones, computers, TVs, game consoles, Apple TVs, …Well all tablets, mobile phones, computers, TVs, game consoles, Apple TVs, WiFi printers,,,, etc etc... so much grief !!


I can tell you that the WiFi strength is definitely better than the old router
ganon15 h, 8 m ago

What did you program into it?


Well all tablets, mobile phones, computers, TVs, game consoles, Apple TVs, WiFi printers,,,, etc etc... so much grief !!
maddogb3 h, 35 m ago

I hope you don't disbelieve everything the government says........


I don't
Just upgraded from 20MB to 30MB as well - thanks OP, heat added
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unhappybunny10 h, 25 m ago

Great...just called. Was paying £28 for 20MB BB, phone and unlimited UK …Great...just called. Was paying £28 for 20MB BB, phone and unlimited UK calls.now getting 30MB BB, phone unlimited UK calls for £20 a month,didnt want the the new router anyway because too much grief re programming everything into it.thanks a lot op


What did you program into it?
6 ft LED Colour Changing Fibre Optic Christmas Tree £4.99 (with code) + £5 Delivery @ Studio
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Found 13th Dec 2017Found 13th Dec 2017
Update: Current price is £14.99, Promotion code 073 will take £10 off your order making the price of the item £4.99 A heartfelt thanks to MADDDAVE for the code and price update. … Read more
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I don’t qualify for the discount. Payment method is also a bit of a farce. Good price though if eligible. Heat added
Nearly bit, not sure about opening a credit account though
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MADDDAVE8 m ago

This is now £14.99 + £5 delivery however the promotion code 073 will take £ …This is now £14.99 + £5 delivery however the promotion code 073 will take £10 off your order


Thanks for the update.
This is now £14.99 + £5 delivery however the promotion code 073 will take £10 off your order
This came yday, its ok not great - defo needs to be dressed up with tinsel etc
Trade Quality Waffle Micro Fibre Drying Towel £3.14 delivered @ eurocarparts
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Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
Love these towels and my favourite atm ( kent microfibre a close second ) £3,14 delivered with code SAVE33 Cheapest I previously purchased was around £3.58 with code Trade Quali… Read more
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I’ve got this waffle towel and it’s quite good for the price :-)
2x bought as was 2 of the Demon Gift Packs as was 2 of the Autoglym Preserving Perfection Wheels Gift Packs as was 2 of the Triple QX Gift Packs. Damn you HUKD, what am I to do with all of this ?
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nightshadeUK8 h, 4 m ago

Would these be any good for a shower screen?



these are great on car windows so I would of thought so
Thanks OP, ordered, thought i'd give this a try
Ordered thanks op
Bt infinity 1 for existing customers £26.99 month for 24 months.......@ BT (Retention offer)
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Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
Have been a BT infinity FTTP (fibre to the premises) customer for years. Was paying £47.99 mth for infinity and landline. I called them to say due to impending price rises on 7 Jan… Read more
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After messing me around with giving me a new contract, they have now given me 18 months at £24.99pm; my sync speed is 80/20.
Still available if you pester a bit.
BT have been great for me
I've been with BT for 4 months and I've received a letter saying prices are increasing. Also that I could leave my 12 months contract no penalties. My question is

1) I had £80 quidco witch I have received any impact on this.
2) £100 pre paid card which I have also received and I think it has £30 left.

I was considering going back to Sky at a cheaper line rental as long as I don't pay any cancellations and get penalised for the rewards.

Thoughts please.
vassy12nd Dec

£26.49 FOR same package with bt sport included. Should I post that as a …£26.49 FOR same package with bt sport included. Should I post that as a deal?


Ah you stayed in the end same for me with free BT sport and 12 month contract
pibpob1 h, 16 m ago

Hmm thanks - I have no interest in TV but maybe I should try to increase …Hmm thanks - I have no interest in TV but maybe I should try to increase the contract length (which increases the risk that I might find myself trapped in it!).Also, this offer was in response to me actually engaging an alternative supplier. Had you done that before you got your first offer, or did you ring them before you started the process?Note that I am close to a cabinet so I get Infinity 2, with the full 80/20 sync speeds.


I am happy to have fixed for 24 months, cheapest fibre elsewhere ATM is £30 excluding sport or TV.

I called them off the bat of getting my letter and seeing this deal.

I was in infinity 2 but downgraded to 1 as I don't use it and 1 is going to be the same speed as 2 shortly with 2 going over 100mbps
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