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Free ADSL2+ and up to 76 Mbps fibre just £15/month with TalkTalk

Free ADSL2+ for the 18 month minimum term used to be biggest news, but as the fibre based products increase in popularity the offers on those products are improving meaning that you do not need to spend an arm and a leg to enjoy very fast broadband speeds.

TalkTalk has rejigged its offers, with the free ADSL2+ pricing percolating through the fibre and phone packages. Importantly the main offers apply for the full minimum term period of 18 months.

  • Unlimited Fibre Large (up to 76 Mbps down, up to 19 Mbps up) is now £15 per month for 18 months, then £20 per month
  • Unlimited Fibre Medium (up to 38 Mbps down, up to 2 Mbps up) is just £10 per month for 18 months, then £15 per month
  • Unlimited ADSL2+ is free for full 18 months of the minimum term, then £5 per month

For all the TalkTalk broadband products voice line rental at £16.70 per month applies, though a line rental saver option is available to reduce the cost.

Of course TalkTalk sill has its other triple and quad play products available, but their price offers are not at their peak in terms of savings.

Comments

Just make sure your not on a congested exchange or those 'fast' fiber speeds will be slower than adsl at peak times

  • tthom
  • about 1 year ago

That's right tthom, all 4 million+ customers do indeed suffer slowdowns at peak times :(

  • baby_frogmella
  • about 1 year ago

do they offer BTW's "Premium" traffic priority option?

  • CecilWard
  • about 1 year ago

talktalk really needs to stop with 2mb hard cap on 40mb product when it should be 10mb like all other ISPs,, still its only £5 more for upto 80/20 product (£20), compared to £30 on sky (they hide that product as they know most customers cant get above 40mb, unless they live Very close the the cab)

  • leexgx
  • about 1 year ago

TalkTalk dont use bt wholesale but their own backhaul network

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • about 1 year ago

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