Broadband News

£100 vouchers for TalkTalk switchers

The £100 Love2Shop vouchers available for those switching to the provider from BT, Sky or PlusNet and order online are back at TalkTalk and are available until 16th June 2015.

The unlimited fibre service has also had its offer improved, with a shift from a reduced price for six months to twelve months (18 month contract applies to all the TalkTalk broadband products).

  • Up to 17 Mbps ADSL2+, Simply Broadband with unlimited usage is free for 12 months, then £5 per month on an 18 month contract.
  • Up to 38 Mbps download fibre (up to 2 Mbps uploads) unlimited fibre broadband, £5 per month for 12 months then £15 per month.
  • Essentials TV with Fibre, £12.50 per month for 12 months then £20 per month. Includes basic pause and rewind YouView set-top box.
  • Plus TV with Fibre, £19.50 per month for 12 months then £30 per month. Includes 7 Sky TV channels, full recording PVR, anytime UK landline calls and a free mobile SIM with a monthly allowance of 100 minutes of calls, 250 texts and 200 MB of data.

For all the TalkTalk products voice line rental at £16.70 per month applies, a line rental saver option is available, and even if you pay by direct debit you can lower price further by paying the bill within 24 hours of it being created each month.


Pity they don't offer 40/10.

  • Apilar
  • over 3 years ago

But they offer 80/20 so why settle for 40/20? You can get some stupendous discounts on their advertised prices so the price of 80/20 can work the same or cheaper than 40/2 :)

  • baby_frogmella
  • over 3 years ago

baby_frogmella Why do you assume that everyone has a perfect line? They don't and those with downstream rates in the order of 30-40Mbps would like to have the opportunity of having an up to 10Mbps upload.

  • MCM999
  • over 3 years ago

The point I was trying to make (albeit not very well) was that if you must have upload speeds of >2mb then simply go for their 80/20 package as after some silly discounts, it will still be dirt cheap. Obviously it would be an UP TO 80/20 service.

  • baby_frogmella
  • over 3 years ago

there are plenty of circuits that will work perfectly fine when on a 40/10 product (No DLM intervention) But this is simply not the case when they move onto the 80/20 product as the frequencies used are different, Why does Stalk talk have to be the odd one out and only offer a 40/2 product and not the more popular 40/10? is what many don't get, then you have their choice of which DLM stability profile that Stalk talk provision their FTTC customers on, which can be detrimental as to what performance levels some customers will see, the further from the cab that they are located

  • tommy45
  • over 3 years ago

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