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Alasalas2 Sun 17-Apr-16 02:36:31

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Alasalas2 Sun 17-Apr-16 02:37:22

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Fluffycloudland77 Sun 17-Apr-16 12:59:33

Have you tried cross referencing the best deals on uswitch with the cashback on topcashback & quidco?.

specialsubject Sun 17-Apr-16 13:26:24

Try the post office - not on the comparison sites and no cashback hence cheaper. They do an EU call package.

Alasalas2 Mon 18-Apr-16 02:00:16

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Pollyputhtekettleon Wed 20-Apr-16 16:37:42

I got talk talk last year for £180 with £120 in vouchers. The year before from sky for £190 with £195 in vouchers. Both offers came up on Martins money tips.

scopello Sat 23-Apr-16 14:17:36

I was looking to change/renew from BT last month and did some research.

I do pay for BT Unlimited Infinity though and use the freebie BT WiFi hotspots loads (my smartphone is on cheap Giff Gaff).

I stuck with BT in the end although they didn't negotiate much so I'll be interested if you managed to get a much better deal. I paid the line rental saver in advance (£194.28) and then £27.80 pm for BT Unlimited Infinity 1, Anytime Calls & Caller Display.

BackforGood Sat 23-Apr-16 14:45:25

Marking spot to look at ideas later. Thanks

Alasalas2 Sat 23-Apr-16 15:31:49

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Rattitude Thu 12-May-16 18:04:39

I changed from TalkTalk to EE at the back end of last year. I now have fibre broadband (which I did not have with Talk Talk), calls to quite a few foreign countries, unlimited UK calls and 10 hours of calls to UK mobiles for £31/month.
The deal should be £41 but there is a discount for 12 months, I think.

Now the transfer from Talk Talk to EE was painful as although the phone line worked immediately, it took them (or BT Open Reach rather) five weeks to get the fibre broadband going. We got an EE 4G device in the meantime that EE provided us regular top-ups for.

It is all good now.

lovelyupnorth Sun 15-May-16 07:59:59

Just moved to SSE fairly seem less and £20 per month cheaper than BT, will switch again in 12 months.

concertplayer Sat 04-Jun-16 12:51:39

With switching you have to remember there are often exit fees if you
break the contract. TT charge a whopping £250.
I find that having to keep switching a pain In fact I was with tt a while
and they offered me a special deal. Ditto a friend with Sky . She pays
£10 pm or something really low

Busybrie Sat 04-Jun-16 12:57:20

I decided I was going to leave BT as too expensive although I was happy with service. When I called them to tell them I was leaving they offered me the same £45 package for £21.99 so definitely worth investigating.

MJones15 Wed 16-Nov-16 15:38:06

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