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Standard User disz4me
(regular) Thu 28-Feb-19 16:52:27
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Changing from EE to TalkTalk?


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i've been using ee for the past 18 months but they've put my price up from £39 to £47.
i looked around online and the cheapest provider i could find was talktalk at £30 a month for basically the same service.
i've signed up with talktalk but now ee have come back to be with a pricematch for the next 18 months, so the question is do i stay with ee (have had a couple of issues with speeds dropping but they did fix it after a couple of visits) or go with talk talk who we have no experience with? we also have the added incentive of an £85 quidco payment if we swap.

what are other people's experiences, especially if you've had experience of both providers in the past?

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Standard User Chippy_Tea_
(committed) Thu 28-Feb-19 17:27:03
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Re: Changing from EE to TalkTalk?


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If you have been happy with the service from EE stick with them as switching could be a bad move and there is no need to switch if you haven't had problems.

I am a happy TT customer who has been with them 10 years.

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Standard User Malwaremike
(committed) Thu 28-Feb-19 18:09:57
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Re: Changing from EE to TalkTalk?


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I'd stay where you are if I were you. I have always shopped around and asked current ISP to pricematch as I do with insurances etc. This avoids the hassle of switching, setting up new billing system etc with all the potential for snags in the process.


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Standard User iefbr14
(learned) Thu 28-Feb-19 23:07:46
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Re: Changing from EE to TalkTalk?


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TalkTalk for £30 ?

I thought TalkTalk were running an offer of 40/10 fibre for £19.95 per month, and only £2.50 extra for the 80/20 service.

Just a thought if price is one of your major concerns.

Edited by iefbr14 (Thu 28-Feb-19 23:08:19)

Standard User disz4me
(regular) Fri 01-Mar-19 09:33:51
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Re: Changing from EE to TalkTalk?


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we added in the anytime calls which pushed the price up.

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Standard User iefbr14
(learned) Sat 02-Mar-19 10:32:56
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Anytime calls are £7.50 a month at present, so still a price gap, but if you are happy with the deal then that is ok.

But be aware, add-ons like Anytime calls are not part of the "fixed price" contract and TT can change the price (with 30 days notice).
Standard User disz4me
(regular) Sat 02-Mar-19 20:07:18
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i didn't know that!

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Standard User iefbr14
(learned) Sun 03-Mar-19 16:38:52
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Was the £4 per month "TV Access Charge" mentioned to you ?
Standard User disz4me
(regular) Sun 03-Mar-19 17:19:44
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no, what is that?

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Standard User Chippy_Tea_
(committed) Sun 03-Mar-19 17:28:46
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In reply to a post by disz4me:
no, what is that?


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