TalkTalk offers 'best value' fibre broadband for £25 a month
TalkTalk has knocked the price of its unlimited fibre broadband down to £25 a month.
The provider describes the deal as “Britain’s best value unlimited fibre broadband” but admits that’s only based on a comparison with BT, Sky and Virgin Media.
TalkTalk’s basic fibre package, called ‘Faster Fibre’, offers speeds up to 38Mbps, unlimited usage, free set-up and a fixed price for 24 months.
Customers also have the option of adding a flexible landline call plan.
TalkTalk said the deal, which is available until 14 September, could save customers £278 compared to Virgin Media’s Super 100 Fibre and calls – although it's worth saying that Virgin's basic package gives you more than double the maximum speed of TalkTalk's.
Comparing it to the other “major providers”, TalkTalk said customers could save £425.71 compared to Sky Fibre Unlimited and a huge £551.75 compared to BT’s Unlimited Infinity 1 deal.
But there are other providers offering fibre broadband for a similar price to TalkTalk.
Vodafone is currently offering 38Mbps broadband for £25 a month on an 18-month contract. This deal also comes with a free wireless speaker.
Basic fibre broadband from Plusnet is £24.99 at the moment on a 12-month contract. This package has a £25 set-up cost but comes with a £50 voucher.
Origin offers 38Mbps for £25.99 a month with free set-up and EE is charging £26 a month, plus a £32 set-up fee, for fibre broadband and weekend calls.
TalkTalk points out that no other provider allows customers to fix their monthly cost for two years, guaranteeing they won’t be affected by a price rise.
It also makes its offers available to existing customers as well as new ones, something no other provider currently does.
Earlier this month, TalkTalk launched a new TV remote designed specifically for children.
The Kids Remote locks viewers into TalkTalk’s new Kids Zone when pressed and allows young viewers to choose from a range of on-demand programmes.
Parents can later leave the Kids Zone by entering a code using the master remote.
Aleks Habdank, managing director of TalkTalk TV, said: “We’ve ripped up the rule book of standard TV remote design to create something bespoke for kids and families.
“By giving kids a remote control all of their own, we aim to help the whole family enjoy TV the way they want it.”
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