TalkTalk launches new broadband deals
TalkTalk, one of the leading communications providers in the UK, has come up with a range of attractive novel broadband packages offering high-speed internet as well as home phone services. TalkTalk Essentials broadband deals offer households an opportunity to save money at entry level and on tariff.
Download speeds of 14 Mb with unlimited usage allowance that too at half-price for a year is currently offered by TalkTalk Essentials.
High-speed broadband with weekend and evening landline calls for a period of 12 months is being offered just for 3.25 Pounds a month.
A wireless router and connection, both free of cost, would come along with TalkTalk Essentials that would add to customer’s savings.
Over and above, all new customers who are willing to sign up online would receive Sainsbury’s gift certificate worth 25 Pounds.
TalkTalk Plus is another deal that offers download speeds up to 14 Mb with unlimited usage allowance. Customers are offered this package at half price for six months. Customers can call anytime from UK landlines. The offer is for 7.25 Pounds per month for the discount period.
Subscribers would be given free wireless router and provided with free connection and are entitled to get Sainsbury’s voucher worth 25 Pounds.
The third broadband deal is TalkTalk + Global Boost is aimed at canvassing customers who wish to make international calls as part of the package. The deal offers 500 international minutes to customers to keep in touch with kith and kin abroad. The package costs 8.25 Pounds a month, a 50 per cent discount for those who enter into a contract for 12 months.
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