TalkTalk adds mobile SIM to broadband and TV packages
TalkTalk is giving new and existing customers a free mobile SIM worth £90, according to the provider.
This offer is available with SimplyBroadband and Essentials TV, broadband and calls packages.
The TalkTalk Mobile SIM includes 100 minutes of calls, 250 texts and 200MB of data a month.
TalkTalk, which uses O2’s network to provide mobile services, has also made changes to its SIM-only contracts.
It’s now offering 50% off for the entire length of the 12-month contract on its small SIM-only plan. The Small plan will be £3.95 and include unlimited texts, 250 minutes and 300Mb data.
For a limited time only (Tuesday 16 February to Thursday 25 February), TalkTalk’s medium SIM-only plan will be £5.50. This plan includes unlimited texts, 500 minutes and 1.05Gb data.
Selected handsets free for six months
In addition to this, TalkTalk has also made seven of its most popular handsets free for six months including, the Motorola X Force and the Samsung Galaxy A5.
Customers can get £10 a month off the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge for the life of their contract, starting from £27.50 per month.
All TalkTalk Mobile deals are exclusive to the provider’s broadband customers.
Mobile customers get free unlimited calls to TalkTalk landlines, the option to keep an existing number and free text alerts to keep track of monthly minutes, texts and data.
TalkTalk is also offering new customers free broadband for a year with its SimplyBroadband package. SimplyBroadband is TalkTalk’s stand-alone broadband package, offering unlimited usage with speeds of up to 17Mbps.
This offer is available until Thursday 25 February. After the first year the monthly cost for broadband will increase to £7.50. There is a line rental fee of £17.70 per month and a one-off £6.75 charge for delivery of the router.
In TalkTalk’s financial results, published last month, the company revealed the impact its widely-reported cyber attack had on the business.
Last October, TalkTalk confirmed that tens of thousands of its customers personal details had been accessed by hackers. The attack cost TalkTalk £60m and led to 95,000 customers jumping ship. TalkTalk's shares have also dropped 30%.
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