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Download *Totally unlimited *Totally unlimited **Unlimited 40Gb *Totally unlimited
Headline price £7.50 for 18 months £10 for 12 months £5 for 12 months £10 for 12 months £12.50 for 12 months
18 month total including line rental £460.32 £592.15 £470.82 £608.77 £665.77
Saving with TalkTalk - £131.80 £10.47 £148.42 £205.42

*Totally unlimited — as much as the customer wants to use without restriction
**Unlimited — as much as the customer wants to use with traffic management restrictions

TalkTalk has launched a half price unlimited fibre broadband deal, which it claims stands to save customers some £205 when compared to BT's comparable package.

The 18-month deal comes without any download caps or hidden charges at a price of £7.50 a month, coming just in time for what TalkTalk describes as the start of Autumn's 'telly season'.

The provider has cited research that shows customers across the UK are becoming increasingly internet hungry, with the average household using around 58GB every month.

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That is well over the 40GB limit offered on BT’s Infinity 1 package which works out at £148  more than TalkTalk’s unlimited fibre, with BT also charging £1.50 extra per GB for going over their allowance.

Data caps are, according to TalkTalk, a significant issue for people all over the UK, with the provider's research suggesting they could be wasting as much as £140 million a year on data charges as they exceed their monthly allowances.

TalkTalk's offer is available until November 5th.

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