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What is the cheapest way of getting broadband at home?

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TinyDiamond Fri 16-May-14 20:34:26

I wouldn't need TV or anything really.

How much do you pay? Do you always need a landline?

I need the connection to be good.

Dreamgirls234 Fri 16-May-14 20:53:09

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Charlesroi Fri 16-May-14 20:54:05

I think the only company that do it are Virgin, and they seem expensive.
Have you had a look at Talk Talk or Plus net? You can save a lot on the landline costs by paying for a year in advance just don't plug in the phone. See if you can get some cashback via Topcashback or Quidco.

TinyDiamond Fri 16-May-14 21:04:06

Inner city flat so no railways or anything near by. What do you pay pcm?

TinyDiamond Fri 16-May-14 21:04:43

Currently we have a package with everything through a major provider

Dreamgirls234 Fri 16-May-14 21:26:29

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TinyDiamond Fri 16-May-14 21:39:19

That is great thanks. Are you trapped into a contract for instance if it does not work.?

Dreamgirls234 Fri 16-May-14 21:49:28

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TinyDiamond Fri 16-May-14 22:13:41

I'd need a good speed as wpuld use for watching programmes too

LadyKooKoo Thu 22-May-14 13:47:25

We hae EE broadband and it is �2 a month if you are a Tmobile/Orange or EE mobile customer. Phoneline is �14 a month or �11 a month if you pay 12 months upfront. Internet is perfect for us, I can be on internet, watching Netflix while DH is playing COD online and it can handle all that perfectly. If you sign up through TopCashBack then you will also get �130 cashback after three months. We signed up in February and got �100 cashback, it came through yesterday.

Lulubrown2 Sat 31-May-14 23:21:06

·Just £2 a month for 12 months. Includes £10.00 a month discount for EE, T-Mobile and Orange mobile customers.
** Line rental £11.00 a month if you pay 12 months upfront, otherwise £15.40. Also includes weekend landline calls. offer ends 10th June 2014.

Eminorsustained Sat 31-May-14 23:29:20

I have Virgin which on the face of it seems pricey though v fast at 60mps

But I don't need to pay £14 a month landline, and although my telly is linked up to it I never watch live TV , only iPlayer C4D etc , so I don't have to buy a TV licence.

So I save £24pm.

Obviously you need cable though.

MJones15 Wed 16-Nov-16 15:42:54

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Inthenick Sat 19-Nov-16 08:36:11

Check moneysavingexpert but I got all my broadband and line rental deal alerts there.

Paid £0 for sky in 2014. £5/month for talk talk in 2015. And £12/month for Sky in 2016.

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