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Standard User Myth
(committed) Tue 04-Jun-13 15:18:29
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Which talktalk package do I want?


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hi, I am currently on talktalk but not on a contract due to not knowing what was going to happen with fibre.

Now it seems TalkTalk can offer the BTw fibre product I am looking to reduce costs

I can't get fibre yet, I'm already a TT customer. I get a maximum of 4mbit/1mbit (3800/900 normally)

We pay for the bandwidth boost of £5/month currently, I need to keep the unlimited-ness of that.

Which TT product suits best?

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 04-Jun-13 17:12:42
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Re: Which talktalk package do I want?


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Can you not sign up to essentials at 6.50 per month which is unlimited any way now?

Which fibre product depends on what speeds you can get and how much you want to pay

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Standard User Myth
(committed) Wed 05-Jun-13 02:31:54
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Re: Which talktalk package do I want?


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yes i probably can, I was just wondering if I had missed anything.

I guess the half-price for 6 months is just for switchers

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 05-Jun-13 09:07:58
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Re: Which talktalk package do I want?


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Possibly but if you commit to new contract you usually get the discounts

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
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