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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sat 28-Jul-12 13:54:22
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Post Office phone and BB to be supplied by Talktalk - When?


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As per this article here

http://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/5255-post-office-...

does anyone when this change is likely to happen, when the po move from bt wholesale to TalkTalk, many-thanks
Standard User professor973
(member) Sat 28-Jul-12 14:49:49
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I would imaging it was from this month, which was when they changed their T&C & use policy and put their top package up from around £25 to £30, 55p.

Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sat 28-Jul-12 15:03:27
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I am with the PO for home and BB, to the above poster how do you work that out home phone with standard bb is still £ 21.40 and home phone with bb extra is still £ 26.05, with the option to add any time calls to either package for £ 4.50 a month.

change over has not happen yet, that yet, as when i do a speed test it still says my ip addy is from British telecom


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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sat 28-Jul-12 15:08:58
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In reply to a post by Anonymous:
I am with the PO for home and BB, to the above poster how do you work that out home phone with standard bb is still £ 21.40 and home phone with bb extra is still £ 26.05, with the option to add any time calls to either package for £ 4.50 a month.
Judging by the number of typos in his post, "and put their top package up from around £25 to £30, 55p" is meant to be £30.55. He does say "their top package". You say £26.05 with an option of Anytime of £4.50, which comes to ...

wait for it ...

£30.55.
tongue

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Standard User professor973
(member) Sat 28-Jul-12 15:20:47
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change over has not happen yet, that yet, as when i do a speed test it still says my ip addy is from British telecom

I would think it will continue to do so if your exchange is not TT LLU

Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sat 28-Jul-12 15:39:00
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Ummmm.

I think it more likely it would change to a TT IP range, even though it would be a BT Wholesale connection. TT do have the interfaces required to take IPSC/IPStream.

You could be right though - the article just doesn't cover the issue.

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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sat 28-Jul-12 16:09:32
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so its a bit of a guessing game, i have spoken to the PO and they dont seem to know about when it will happen, i am in a market 1 area, and fear once the move over happens my speed will slow due to the amount of small capacity talktalk rent for users that are not in there llu network .

i have been with the PO a number of years for phone and bb and found the service brilliant

i just can not decide whether to jump ship or wait and see
Standard User brandscill
(learned) Sat 28-Jul-12 17:51:31
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Hope my speeds don't get any worse! In a market 1 area and get a good constant 1.7-1.8mbps connection
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sat 28-Jul-12 19:29:55
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I suggest you PM MrSaffron, possibly give him the link to this thread, and ask him if there is any way he can find out.

If anyone can, it will be him.

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(staff) Sat 28-Jul-12 21:33:02
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When no idea, there have been no indications, and while TalkTalk off-net at retail level may be bad, a lot depends on what contract post office has arrived at

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