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Only £19.95/m for 'fibre' VDSL2 from TalkTalk in Black Friday Sale

The Black Friday offers should all appear in the next day or two and TalkTalk is the latest to declare its offers, some are pretty much the same as usual so don't gain the Black Friday Offer tag in our listings. The highlights therefore are:

As usual the TalkTalk services feature their price guarantee that the core telephone line rental and broadband costs will not increase during the minimum contract term which is 18 months for the two services featured.

The current TalkTalk price offers run until 29th November 2018, so there is a few days to decide rather than in the early years of the Black Friday Sale when a number of offers only lasted for a day or less.

The £19.95/m price for a FTTC service is the lowest we can recall seeing, though we suspect some other offers once you factor in gift cards or rewards will have got cheaper but for those that want to keep it simple a low ticket price is always good.


Think I would pay the extra 5p and use Vodafone rather than TalkTalk (205p for someone not using Vodafone for monthly mobile contract).

I still do not trust TT after their customer data problems of the past.

  • NetGuy
  • 6 months ago

Vodafone is £20/m for existing pay monthly mobile customers
New customers it is £22/m

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • 6 months ago

Damn! Looks like existing customers cannot get this price. I tried and failed. Oh well.

  • normsland
  • 6 months ago

Vodafone may not be a better.... !!

  • mbames
  • 6 months ago

No longer available for £19.95 its £25 now.

I got the special deal £19.95 for 36mbps broadband and unlimited free phone calls for 18 months - sweet deal - installation has gone smoothly although i am on a DSL circuit at 16mbps and not the fibre as promised - If the Openreach engineer had not told me that the fibre card in the grey box was borken and had a note on it to be replaced i dont think Talktalk would have had a clue - still waiting for an engineer to come replace it and put me on fibre although i am not bothered 10mbps is good enough for what i need it for!

  • omen1314
  • 6 months ago

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