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TalkTalk launches half price broadband offer

Friday, March 18th 2016 by Cable.co.uk

TalkTalk is offering its totally unlimited Simply Broadband package half price for 18 months.

From now until Thursday 7 April, new TalkTalk customers can get the provider’s standard broadband offering for £3.75 per month. After the 18-month contract has lapsed, the monthly cost rises to £7.50.

Simply Broadband from TalkTalk provides speeds of up to 17Mbps and unlimited usage. All broadband customers will receive a Super Router, free internet security software and access to the Talk2Go app – which allows you to use your landline minutes on your mobile – when they place an order.

For those customers who live in a fibre-enabled area TalkTalk is offering its superfast broadband package for £10 per month (usually £17.50) until Thursday 7 April. This is available on an 18-month contract, after which the price will revert back to standard.

All TalkTalk broadband customers will also need to pay a line rental charge of £17.70 per month. There is also a one-off £6.75 charge for delivery of the router.

For a limited time only, TalkTalk is offering anytime UK landline and mobile calls free for six months when you subscribe to the Simply Broadband or Fibre Broadband packages. The provider allows its landline customers to call each other free of charge.

Essentials TV for £7.50

TalkTalk is also running a deal on its Essentials TV bundle until Thursday 7 April. New customers can get Essentials TV, broadband and calls for £7.50 per month for 12 months and get Sky Movies included for free.

After the first 12 months, the monthly cost of the Essentials bundle will rise to £17.50.

Essentials TV comes with 80 Freeview channels including 12 in HD and 11 Sky Movies channels plus catch-up TV from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. The Essentials bundle includes evening and weekend calls and unlimited broadband up to 17Mbps.

Following a major cyber attack last year compromising the personal details of thousands of its customers, TalkTalk recently announced it will be allowing its customers to access their accounts using voice recognition technology.

Customers ringing TalkTalk’s helpline will be able to confirm their identity by having the characteristics of their voice analysed.

Tristia Harrison, TalkTalk’s consumer managing director, said: “As the first UK telecoms provider to roll out voice biometrics as standard, we’re proud to be leading the way in making this advanced technology accessible to millions of homes across the country at no extra cost.”

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