TalkTalk reduces their price to 25 for 63Mbps FTTC Superfast Home Broadband

Tuesday, September 4th 2018

One of the ISPs TalkTalk has announced that they have reduced further at a special price of their residential broadband and phone packages. The ISP has reduced on their 63 Mbps based Faster Fibre Large package from 28.50 per month to 25 for a contract term of 18 months as a biggest reduction. The special rates are available only upto September 27, 2018 to make order.

The ISP also pledges that there is a guarantee for no price rise in mid-contract on all their broadband packages and offering the same benefits to those opting for re-contract option. Beyond this, recently the ISP has launched Great Connection Guarantee which enables the subscribers to leave the connection without penalty within 30 days if they are not satisfied with their network.

Their packages:
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 35 Mbps and upload speed of 9 Mbps at a price of 22.50 per month for a contract term of 18 months.

Faster Fibre Large
With an average download speed of 63 Mbps and upload speed of 17 Mbps at a price of 25 per month for a contract term of 18 months.

The subscribers will get a wireless router, unlimited data usage, phone line rental included, no setup fees and other features such as nuisance call blocking, parental Controls and Internet Security etc. At an extra cost, the subscribers can opt for TV service or calling options at their wish.

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