TalkTalk poised to enter fibre optic broadband market
The internet service provider's (ISP's) commercial director Tristia Clarke revealed it will offer the product as a boost for its existing broadband packages, with those who sign up for it set to receive download speeds of up to 40Mbps.
Although she stopped short of announcing the launch date, the executive said it will be on the market soon and if you're interested in receiving it, you can register online and TalkTalk will contact you when it's available in your area.
While we don't know how much the broadband and home phone provider will charge for the service, it can only be good news to have another big name offering fibre alongside BT and Virgin Media.
And if the packages are as competitively priced as the rest of TalkTalk's deals, we're confident they'll encourage plenty of people to sign up.
Need an example of the value the ISP offers on its current propositions? You only have to take a look at its Essentials broadband and landline bundle, which offers an up to 24Mbps web connection with a 40GB allowance, as well as free evening and weekend calls, for just £6.99 per month plus line rental.
What's more, for the first six months of this contract you'll only need to shell out £3.49 per month and you'll even get a wireless router included for no extra cost.
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