I should clarify that Phone and TV both cost extra as "boosts" though they are good value.
TalkTalk's 12 months Value Line Rental also saves 10% with an upfront payment of £191.16
You need to think about how this deal will sync with any 18 months deals. My Value line rental runs out in April leaving 6 months to the end of my contract and I will not renew the deal as I am looking at other options.
The Free Fibre Broadband deal is advertised on the Radio Magic as being open to new and existing customers.
I contacted TalkTalk customer retentions who are able to negotiate better deals. They said that as I already had fibre it was not applicable. So much for existing customers!
They tried to offer me a better deal but that extended my contract for another 18 months. If I were to cancel my contract before the end date then I would have to pay all the remaining months fees at their standard rates and would cost me hundreds of pounds.
So after explaining that I wanted my existing contract end date to stay exactly the same they offered me £5 reduction on my fibre monthly fee for 6 months (worth £30) so I accepted their offer. The offer ends 3 months from the end of my contract so I will look at my options then.
Another way to get broadband is to go mobile e.g. with a GiffGaff unlimited data SIM and link it to your PC or tablet using a spare mobile phone. I have tested my Galaxy S4 with a Three SIM and got a download speed of 23 Mbps with upload reaching 7 Mbps. The data allowance soon ran out and that is why GiffGaff may be a better option.
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