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Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 | 10 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac/Android £16.99 prime / £19.98 non prime @ Amazon
TODAYTODAYFound 3 h, 4 m agoFound 3 h, 4 m ago
Was waiting for this to come down. Good deal for those with multiple devices.
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If a computer behaves oddly, even with av products, I use the free Kaspersky onlive virus cleaner to check the computer really is clean. It has caught and disinfected really nasty stuff - like the ransomware that encrypted my photos and music. The paid for products do provide better overall protection as they are not just antivirus products but are also firewalls and anti malware. Also, do you realise that Kaspersky offer a free version of their product? This gets the best ratings from all the free av products.


Particularly popular in Salisbury.


Used to get it free with my bank but they stopped it this year due to Russian spy wear thing. Was offered it for special price of £5 but decided on another freebie. Was fine when we had it for years. No issues


Great find OP. Head added. One of the best security software available


Try turbovpn

Kaspersky Internet Security 2018, 5 Devices £14.99  Amazon deal
Found 8 h, 12 m agoFound 8 h, 12 m ago
Amazon deal of the day - Kaspersky Internet Security 2018, 5 Devices for 1 Year. PC/Mac/Android Download One device available for £9.99

Yeah, it's not like Russia would use chemical weapons in the UK, of course they can be trusted.


Price gone up for everyone. Inc prime


Not any more.


Not free anymore with Barclays I see Barclays axes free Kaspersky product as a 'precaution' LOL


The reds are under the bed. I am with Barclays, and now pay to use Kaspersky instead. Perhaps Barclays should pay Christopher Steele for a dossier on this.

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TP-Link N300 Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot £12.98 (+£4.49 non prime) @ Amazon
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Easily expand wireless coverage to previously unreachable or hard-to-wire areas at a push of range extender button Miniature size and wall-mounted design make it easy to deploy and… Read more
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4£ in Asda :)


Only if you place the extender next to the router would it connect at 300mbps which kind of defeats the object. Which is why I don't like them, because if you're placing it to fill a black spot, depending on how big the building is it's going to be half way between the router and the black spot if you can get power there, so you'll be getting 150mbps if you're lucky so you're then at 75mbps at the extender connections. If you're on 200mbps fibre then you're going to notice.


Only your internal transfer rate is halved, not your broadband bandwidth. Most routers and devices run at 300Mb/s on internal transfer rates. As long as your actual broadband bandwidth isn't higher than your internal bandwidth then you'll never experience a lower speed as a result of these and those who do.. don't need to worry because they still have 150Mb/s broadband speeds.


I didn't say they were useless, I said they halve the bandwidth. If you've got the throughput overhead to be able to loose then they're fine. I find it better to just use power lines and now my sky q is effectively mesh I have no dead spots.


Mesh IS the way forward, no argument on that at all... but for people to claim these are useless and not worth the cost is entirely untrue lol. They have their uses and when used correctly they do exactly what they're designed for. These are also significantly cheaper, which for some people is the only important factor.

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Roberts Stream 93i FM/DAB/DAB+/INTERNET/MUSIC PLAYER/SPOTIFY in Black Manufactures refurb - £99.99 @ eBay (seller: robertsoutletstore01)
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
FM/DAB/DAB+/IN TERNET/MUSIC PLAYER/SPOTIFY A What HiFi 2017 winner they said the following: “Product of the Year, Awards 2017. A superb-sounding radio/music player with some gen… Read more
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Why aren't people listening to their smart speakers. My DAB radio doesn't get used any more.


The best internet kitchen radio is Logitech Squeezebox radio. Sadly discontinued now.


Yes. It’s a Roberts Internet radio rebadged as a John Lewis.


Is that an internet radio too?


These are good internet/dab/fm radios and i'm a fan of Roberts radios..... But.... this being a refurb, plus the fact the newer 94i is out now, i'd expect cheaper than this price.

Bitdefender® Internet Security 2019, free for 6 months for 3 device
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
For those of you who missed the last offer for the 2018 edition, here's one for BD 2019. I migrated to BD from kaspersky after 5+ years and found this cleaner, faster and less cl… Read more
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Perfect timing. Big thanks OP.


Hehehehe, fair enough, all's well that end's well I guess? (well, sort of ... lol). :-D


I used NOD a few years, AVG I used for the last 8 years probably until they merged to avast and now they are realy bad. I had to reinstall windows 2 times on my missus laptop after wi fi issues which I wasn't able to sort out after many many hours (lol) . I use bitdefender at the moment so far so good thh...


Sorry to hear, and fair enough ... "I only once in my life purchased antivirus software for real money". I take it that you were formally pretty much only rocking free AV Software then?, or ... Which one/one's did you formally use that you rather found useful, and/or sufficiently better or superior instead, etc, etc, etc?, thanx.


I only once in my life purchased antivirus software for real money and it was norton symantec, I got virus and lost everything on my pc because of that! So now I never purchase any of king antivirus for real money because in 15 years time I never had any problems like with licensed software!!! Rubbish keep away from Norton

TP-Link 300Mbps WiFi extender. Model TL-WA855RE £13.33 Online & In-Store @ Sainsbury's
LocalLocalFound 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Just brought mine in-store but available online too. Found a few others round the same price at other retailers but I needed an Ethernet port which this has. Description Boosts yo… Read more
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I've just picked one up mainly to have the use of its ethernet socket, which my MiFi doesn't have, so I can plug in an IP camera.


I've been using a similar TP-link Wifi extender (though a different model) and eventually gave up on it. It does extend the range a little but constantly drops out and needs to be switched off and on again. The wireless connection around the house is far less reliable when using the extender with the most irritating thing being that when the extender drops out it seems to take all the wireless devices with it, even if they are in range of the router. Also my phone etc still appears to be connected to the wireless network, even though the extender has lost its connection to the router, so I'd miss emails and other notifications until I realised and reset the extender.


If you want better range in your house and more consistent speeds lookup mesh routers/kits....wired always better but if not an option, mesh are the way to go


I spent £50 on a ‘higher end’ model and in all fairness it does work. It can lose signal at times though and requires the occasional reboot. For this price, worth giving it a try.


Arrr I see. OK thanks darling (flirt)

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Sky Mobile Galaxy tab A6 4G ,Evo Plus 128 micro sd+500 mb internet and unlimited talk/text £8 p/m 24 months. Then £2 per month for 12 months @ Sky (existing customers)
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
You get a Samsung A6 phablet. Samsung 128 GB micro SD with adapter and 500 mb data with unlimited talk and text if existing sky customer. Plus you get 15 GB data as a one off for … Read more
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Look at the 24 month contract.


I hope you realise that if you don't "swap" after 3 years you have to pay for another year right? So the tablet is actually 48m and the aim 24m. That's a 4 year contract for a device that probably won't t last that long


Wrong 24 x £5 = 222 12 x 2 = £24 = £246 for tablet 24 x £3 = 132. = £132 for sim 10 gb free = £20 = £20 - free Sim card 128 gb = £24 - free Total £336 over 3 years and after two you can cancel the sim. This tablet is the one that is a phone as well. plus go through quidco and you get back something from there as well.


5GB is nothing these days, 500MB will be gone in 2-3 days even sky say its a basic allowance "A bite-size portion for email checking and occasional browsing"


36 months. Cold from me

£0.00 activation fee + free bt sport included with super fast internet and entertainment tv package £29.99 p/m + £9.99 p&p 18 months - £549.81
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
hi all I have been looking around for bt deals lately as I am about to move into my first home, looked on the bt website today and they have lowered there prices from What they wer… Read more
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ok cheers bud


It’s the Full House TV, all channels, no sports or movies. It’s usually £55pm.


what comes in that full tv package bud that sly sports, movie,etc ?


£120 on a card and £170cb with quidco until Friday and yes its fibre included. Im tempted with the free BT Sport for 18 months MotoGp and football :) wonder if Sky can match any of it


Will it be applicable to me? i used to be with them over a year ago but not any more. Seems a great offer, there is cashback too on quidco, not sure whether that will track too or not. Can't understand why it's cold but I think from memory all these good broadband offers seem to go cold?

NETGEAR Orbi RBK50 Whole Home WiFi System Twin Pack - Currys/Amazon £249.99
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Reduced down to £249.99, same price on Amazon
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My Currys order was delivered yesterday. A few issues when trying to initially set up after a firmware update, unable to reconnect to the satellite unit. I did a factory reset then managed to set up okay. Great signal and speeds everywhere :D


Genuine question: why would I pay this much for this when I can get the BT home for a lot less?


Google WiFi is a good option go Paid like £250 for a three pack last year


Bought on on prime. Nice bit of kit but I have few issues with it: Old laptop on 2ghz drops the connection, pain if I use this for work as I need a constant connection. (Going to google when I get a chance) The plug, its a beast and assumes that the socket is not near the ground, mine is on the skirting, so needs an adapter - poor design. Lastly the phone app is crap, couldn't pair my units when they were in the same room! Web app works fine. I now have no dead spots in the house -3 storey victorian, if fact its just about full signal everywhere.


These are amazing....all previous issues has all been ironed out a few firmwares back. had them for about a year and no problems at all. Simple to set up and due to size of property had to add an extra plug satellite (RBW 30) to fully cover. getting max package speeds with very little latency at the furthest point. Only gripe was not to be able to split the bands but managed to sort that out.

Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi System, Pack of 2 - Costco Online
Found 26th JulFound 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
Found 26th JulFound 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

Weirdly enough it worked for me. That said I got it quite a while ago


That’s sucks ! I’m guessing it depends on who you get in the chat.


I tried 3 times on live chat and each time they said they could see the previous chat history where I’d been advised I needed to top up first and that was what I should do. The SIM is now in the bin


talking to them now and they are giving me 1gb free to sign up to the free 200mb with the link. keep trying guys ! took me around 3 chats for them to sort it. Edit: Got given 4gb free data but issue is still there (fierce) .


Same problem here for the last 4 days. Can you please share the link ?

AVG Internet Security 2018 (3 computers) only £9.99 (80% off) @ Groupon
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
AVG Internet Security provides a fully loaded security solution for 3 PC’s, up to 3 years and will guard against everyday digital dangers. System Requirements Windows 10, 8, 7, V… Read more
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As Duncan Bannatyne says, "I'm oot!"




Which can be said for ALL AV products! Personally use the MS Bit Defender which is as good as any


Unfortunately statistics of virus infection prove that “common sense” doesn’t quite work


Just use common sense 2018

Huawei Mate 10 Pro - Three -£25pm no Upfront -  Unlimited Min and Texts - 4gb internet (Term - £600) @ Affordable Mobiles
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Seems like a good deal for this handset Enjoy an amazing smartphone experience from Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro. Boasting market-leading technology and features that will blow your mind.… Read more

Yeah, just redemption jobbies with more data. Im aware people do not like redemption deals, but they do make these deals cheaper.


Do you remember what that deal was... i had seen one earlier on here for £24.5 but that was a cash back by redemption.


Does anyone know if this is the dual sim version?


Good deal if you want a contract, have seen better on this particular handset, but have voted hot (y)

Royalcraft Wentworth Rattan 10 Seater Cube Set - £1,099 @ Internet Gardenener
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Was looking at this in John Lewis for 2199.00 I since found this for 1099.00 at the internet Gardener, I later checked and JL will price match if means that much to you, but the cu… Read more
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They look good however abit expensive :(


Harts Furniture make aluminium rattan cubes, we’ve got the delux in grey, it’s a couple of years old and still looks brand new. Don’t think you are saving money buying cheap tat from B&M’s, if you want it to last you want aluminium. It’s considerably lighter too (y)


Does anyone know of any decent garden furniture like this but a lot cheaper aha? I do not want to spend too much if the the summer might end soon....


I only no 4 people


Internet Gardener are a decent retailer, they do actually have a showroom and offices you can visit and customer service is good, used them a couple of times. I'd guess this will stay cold as most will think it the same as plastic weave over cheap steel tubing as sold in most of the discount stores. But it it is Auminium and real rattan weave then it will last many many years rain or shine.

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)
Found 13th JulFound 13th 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 .

Stayhold stock at carparts for less. Stayhold stock available indivually or superpack available. Auto express 2018 boot organiser award. Amazon choice. Use code "cup15". Best price on internet for this highly popular superpack. Free DHL tracked deliv
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
STAYHOLD is a set of oddly shaped pieces of plastic, combined with elastic and canvas straps. It’s pretty easy to work out, though. The bases are covered with Velcro, which sticks … Read more

I got charged 4 grand for 4 power banks that should have been less than a tenner all in from this lot. Took them 5 days to refund me then refused to pay my bank charges. Really shoddy bunch. Steer well clear if I was you.


Yep, 100% identical apart from they've changed the design of the sticker. Why do you keep deleting your posts, you know they're still quoted don't you?


Lol, you need to go to SpecSavers 8)


Are you trying to point out they've changed the stickers between one batch and another?


Yep, just like I said in my original post and you obviously mean the more useful small ones that reviews of the large one often say they wished they bought instead.

Free Secure Protonmail E-mail Account
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Available in many languages, Protonmail has now made it more straight forward the process of obtaining one of their secure accounts and everyone can sign up at the click of a butto… Read more
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If anyone is still interested in Protonmail, the Premium service has a $25 discount for new users if you check the deal for private investment access on here


For clarity - Protonmail Basic Account is free. I trust @freyabo & @4TheMenyNotTheFew are talking about a different e-mail provider.


Thanks for letting us know, for me that's better as it means the service is more stable. I just checked my accound I had a free account from 2004 :-) being on $40 a year since 2016. Basic account is $3 a month


Appears to no longer be free.


Thank you, shared with a friend, heat added (y)

Sky Broadband Unlimited + Talk Anytime Unlimited inc. Line Rental - £10.99 p/m (Retention Offer)
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Sky Broadband, Talk and Line Rental - 12 months I spoke to an adviser called Anil who was fantastic on this link. *Mod notice. This is not a referral link - this is a specific … Read more
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Absolutely agree with you there.


Lots of people have got the deal op so dont worry about the sheep voting cold.


Well done on getting this deal. I spoke to Anil and colleagues many times before they offered me this deal a few months back.



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