In keeping with other Black Friday sales events, TalkTalk is offering discounts on its fibre broadband and entertainment packages. At 25% off, TalkTalk’s 38Mbps fibre broadband is down from £33.50 per month to £25 a month while the 17Mbps offering dropped
Netflix users will love the latest freebie Virgin Media is offering for the new subscribers of their select TV bundles. The bundles included are Mix Bundle, Full House Bundle and VIP Bundle. The Mix Bundle is a combo of Mix TV,
Sky just recently added a new feature to Sky Kids app. Children can now play various games which stars much loved TV characters like Ben 10, Spongebob Squarepants and Peppa Pig. Some of the new games are Spongebob Chess, Ben 10 Diamondhead
Black Friday came early for TalkTalk’s broadband service. The company touted its “sale on fibre and standard broadband is the perfect way to beat the Black Friday frenzy and get a head start on finding the best deals.” “What’s more,” they added.
Sky is off to a strong start with an addition of 70,000 new customers for the first quarter alone. The quarter lists a total of 160,000 new Sky customers from around the world, 70,000 of which were coming from the UK
Virgin Media has slashed prices from one of its more popular broadband packages. New subscribers will be pleased to know that the wildly popular VIVID 50 plan is now down to £25. This will give customers with speeds that reach up to
BT-owned Plusnet is offering its Plusnet Unlimited Fibre at £22.99 per month for an 18-month contract. This offer is primarily available in low cost areas since Plusnet first confirms the area you are currently in and adjusts the price accordingly.
To address the continuous customer complaints, Ofcom now wants internet service providers (ISP) to completely disclose their proposed internet speeds. Instead of advertising “up to” speeds, ISPs should reveal to their customers the guaranteed minimum internet speed to include the peak-time
Sky offers a £13 price slash of their Box Sets, making the monthly subscription fee down to £25. From the original monthly subscription fee of £38, customers can now avail any of the 350 Box Sets bundles in the discounted price for
TalkTalk customers can now deal with unwanted calls as the telecommunication service provider launched Check and Report. The latest security phone feature will enable the customers to identify unwanted callers and report them to TalkTalk. By logging on the Check and
Customers are now able to identify unwanted calls and stop them thanks to the new phone security feature unveiled by TalkTalk. Details of callers who are not wanted are able to be reported after checking for their details in the Check and