Stops hanging out the "Welcome to Uno Fibre Pro" bunting.
To answer PhillipD's question, not much - TTB LLU has a £58 setup charge and charges £47 a month on a 24 month contract (prices rounded up)
The small print
4 months cost comparison based on full price of TalkTalk Business' Complete Superpowered fibre (£30.00/month for 24 months plus £16.95/month line rental, £7.99 router delivery charge and 24 months min. term) compared to standard online price of BT Business' Premium Infinity + calls at £48/month for 24 months, plus £21.20/month line rental, plus £8.50/ month for 5 static IP's 24 months min. term, £8.00 hub delivery Price comparison excludes new line installation. All prices are exclusive of VAT and correct at 01.08.16. See legal section for full terms and conditions.
I've dropped Uno Sales a question and asking for a quote, will see what is what with that.
Actually you can get the 'Complete' package for less as TTB are currently offering discounts. The 'Complete' package is for 38 quid p/m for first 12 months (incl line rental + vat) which then goes up to 50 quid from months 12-24, so over the 24 months it works out at roughly 44 quid a month for the 80/20 FTTC service with no download limits. Whilst this is similar in cost to Uno's offering, there are a few major advantages in going direct with TTB on their 'complete package':
1) Seven days top class phone support (Warrington based)
2) You have unlimited calls to UK landline & mobiles from your landline. Of course with mobiles around, not everyone uses their landline heavily these days .However you can use your TTB landline calling plan on your smartphone via their excellent Talk2Go app (ioS and Android) which lets you register up to 5 mobiles and this even works from abroad...obviously you need a data connection. Therefore you can reduce the cost of your mobile plan(s) by getting say a 50 mins p/m plan with majority of your landline/mobile calls outgoing via the TTB app. In our household we average around 8000 mins of calls made per month over the 5 mobiles via the TTB app. Another nifty feature of the TTB app is that you can choose to receive landline calls on your mobile.
3) Up to 4 static IP address available on TTB
On the downside you're locked into a 24 month contract however they will let you leave penalty free if they can't fix a fault within 28 days or if they put up prices during the min contract term. They offer free house moves.
Thank you BDUK for bringing FTTC to the Scottish Highlands
TalkTalk Business 80/20
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