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TalkTalk has announced it has reduced the cost of its 'up to' 38Mbps unlimited “Superfast Fibre Broadband” (FTTC) service to £5 a month for the first six months of service.

According to ISPreview, the cost will then rise to £10 per month for 12 months and £15 thereafter.

The budget provider has sweetened the deal further by providing a free connection and £50 Love2shop voucher.

The package has a total contract term of 18 months and also includes a 802.11ac wireless Super Router, HomeSafe Security, plus Parental Controls and the Talk2Go app, which allows users to make and receive calls using a Wi-Fi or mobile broadband connection.

Customers have until Monday 28th September to sign up to the new deal and will also be required to take its Phone Line Rental from either £17.70 per month or the equivalent of £15.93 a month when paid for a year in advance.


Source ISPreview

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