Black Friday deal by TalkTalk on FTTC plans

Thursday, November 22nd 2018

One of the leading ISPs in the UK, TalkTalk has announced that they have introduced their Black Friday deals on their FTTC based broadband & phone packages and the price of their fast fibre 36 Mbps average speed package has come down to 19.95 per month for a contract term of 18 months.

The customers will expect to get a wireless router, unlimited usage, free set up, phone line rental included, nuisance call blockig, parental controls and Internet Security.

Talktalk also agrees that there will not be any price rise in mid contract term on all their broadband packages and also to offer for same great deal prices for those planning to re-contract at the end of the first contract term as new customers. Beyond this, their Great Connection Guarantee launched recently helps the customers to leave the contract if not fully satisfied within first 30 days without any penalty being charged.

Their packages are:

Fast Broadband
With an average download speed of 11 Mbps and upload speed of 1 Mbps at a price of 17 per month for a contract term of 12 months.

Faster Fibre
With an average download speed of 36 Mbps and upload speed of 9 Mbps at a price of 19.95 per month for a contract term of 18 months plus one time router delivery charges of 9.95.

Faster Fibre Large
With an average download speed of 63 Mbps and upload speed of 17 Mbps at a price of 24.95 per month for a contract term of 18 months plus one time router delivery charges of 9.95.

The above deals will be available for order until November 29, 2018. You can avail their other premium TV services & set top box by paying 8 per month additionally and also avail 50% off to add Sky Cinema.

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