closedownarrowlogo-verticalmenu-barsearch Skip to main content
Jump to navigation
Tesco news

UK households are being given the opportunity to make significant savings on internet services with Tesco Broadband.

The service provider is offering a £4 per month discount over 12 months to broadband and home phone subscribers quoting the discount code GIFTCARD-A upon registration.

Up until September 16th, consumers signing up for the firm's broadband packages with Tesco line rental can take advantage of the promotion.

New customers are also entitled to receive a £30 Tesco Giftcard to be used in-store.

Tesco Broadband with Inclusive Evening & Weekend Calls offers high-speed internet services with an unlimited monthly download limit.

Subscribers also receive a free wireless broadband router, allowing them to access the web on a variety of devices throughout the home.

Consumers signing up on a 12-month contract are not required to pay for set-up, but a £40 charge applies for those taking out a rolling 30-day deal.

This package is priced at £2.50 per month for the first 12 months, rising to £6.50 thereafter, with subscribers also paying £13.75 per month for line rental.

Households seeking unrestricted home phone use still qualify for the broadband discount and gift card when signing up for Tesco Broadband with Inclusive Anytime calls.

For an initial £7 per month - £2.50 for broadband and £4.50 for inclusive peak calls - they receive high-speed broadband, an unlimited usage allowance, a free router and 24/7 landline calls.

The cost of broadband rises to £6.50 at the conclusion of the first 12 months, taking the total monthly cost to £11 plus line rental.

"We offer simple packages which are great for emailing, downloading music and movies, online shopping, sharing photos among many other things," Tesco stated.

"Plus you have the convenience of having your broadband and calls on one simple bill."

Join the conversation

comments powered by Disqus

Stay up to date

  • Google+ Follow uSwitchTech
  • Subscribe to our RSS feed

Latest Comments

  • Frances Wellcon 8 hours ago Sky and Virgin Media customers... No, but the manufacturers would! It's the author of the goods who holds the copyright and every time it's...
  • Clock End 11 hours ago Sky and Virgin Media customers... Quite happy to use Spotify, Deezer, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Now TV et al because they are all available...
  • Shirley Christine Payne 2 days ago EE broadband customers to lose... I have been with the same email address since freeserve days. I too only continued to use the services of...

Search news