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TalkTalk launches new SimplyBroadband and fibre offer

TalkTalk for some months after launching its SimplyBroadband unlimited usage broadband service did not run any offers the product, on Sunday a £50 shopping voucher deal ended and this has been replaced by a more direct reduced price offer.

SimplyBroadband is now available at £1.75 per month for the first six months, before reverting to the standard £3.50 per month.

The reduction in the basic package price also filters through to the fibre broadband service for customers new to Talktalk, meaning that Fibre Medium with SimplyBroadband is £11.75 per month for six months, before returning to the standard £13.50.

Existing TalkTalk SimplyBroadband can now upgrade to fibre based broadband and pay just half price for six months on the extra fibre package, i.e. £5/month extra rising to £10 extra after 6 months.

The Essentials TV and Plus TV package are also available with a special bundle price for six months, making the services £11/month and £18.50 per month respectively.

There are two days left (expires 15th May) on the combined £50 voucher and reduced price offers on Essentials TV (£2.50/m for six momths, then £8.50) and Plus TV packages (£13/month for six months, then £18.50). The cheaper TV package includes a basic YouView box that does not store recorded TV shows, while Plus TV adds a full YouView box and 7 Sky entertainment channels.

NOTE: On all TalkTalk broadband products voice line rental is required, which is charged at £15.99 per month. Voice Line Saver where you pay for 12 months rent in advance will reduce the price to the equivalent of £11.75 per month.

Updated Wednesday 14th: New half price for six months offer on the fibre element for existing customers added.


Would be nice if my Cabinet was upgraded, seems mine is the only one in Grimsby that's not getting fibre

  • chefbyte
  • over 6 years ago

Grimsby exchange one presumes and which cabinet?

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • over 6 years ago

"On all TalkTalk broadband products voice line rental is required" must refer to new accounts or particular packages.

Which explains why I pay £25 a month for "standard" unlimited broadband.

With luck OFCOM and/or the EU will get round to investigating these complicated "bundles".

  • michaelkenward
  • over 6 years ago

According to their website the cost will resume (after 6 months) from £11 per month to £18.50 per Month. Not what you report - or is that out of date?

  • gadgetmadman
  • over 6 years ago

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