Is TalkTalk a broadband?

Is TalkTalk a broadband?

TalkTalk’s most widely available broadband requires a TalkTalk phone line – regular home phone users can add a different call plan to their package – such as anytime calls and cheaper ways to make international calls.

Are BT and TalkTalk connected?

You don’t have to switch all your services over, but it’s important to understand that both TalkTalk TV and BT TV are not standalone products – TalkTalk TV is only available to households with TalkTalk broadband and you need BT broadband to get BT TV.

Does TalkTalk use BT Fibre?

Both BT and TalkTalk share the same basic infrastructure, and their cheapest packages advertise average speeds of around 10 or 11Mb. Both BT and TalkTalk also do fibre. BT packages have average speeds of 50Mb and 67Mb and, in some areas, ultrafast packages with average speeds of 300Mb.

Does TalkTalk broadband include line rental?

TalkTalk has the standard range of broadband packages, all of which come with line rental, including the basic entry level Fibre Broadband and Ultrafast Fibre Broadband with a speed boost, its fastest package.

Does TalkTalk need a landline?

Can I get TalkTalk broadband without landline? No. All TalkTalk broadband packages require you to take a landline.

Which provider does TalkTalk use?

TalkTalk is an MVNO that currently uses Vodafone, but it should soon be switching to O2 as part of a new multi-year deal. At the moment it only offers 3G, but once it makes the move to O2 you’ll be able to get 4G as well.

Is TalkTalk owned by Sky?

Sir Charles, who co-founded The Carphone Warehouse and still holds a stake in its successor company, Dixons Carphone, established TalkTalk in 2004. TalkTalk has more than four million customers across its range of services, competing with rivals including BT Group and Sky, the immediate owner of Sky News.

Can I upgrade my TalkTalk to Fibre?

Upgrading to TalkTalk Fibre If you currently have ADSL (TalkTalk Fast Broadband, with an average 11Mb speed) there is a good chance that you can upgrade to TalkTalk fibre optic, which can provide an average speed of 38Mb (TalkTalk Fibre 35) or 67Mb (TalkTalk Fibre 65).

Why do I need an engineer for broadband TalkTalk?

Fibre & ADSL Broadband Normally, an engineer visit will be required if you don’t have a working phone line, if your phone line needs to be updated or if you’re taking a G. fast or full fibre service. For ADSL and standard fibre broadband, the engineer may be able to complete the set up remotely at the cabinet.

Does an engineer need to install fibre?

If your home has never had a fibre connection before, an engineer may need to visit to install the right equipment. Once your home has the correct socket, all you have to do is plug in the new router and wait for the fibre service to go live.

Do you get TalkTalk TV with your broadband?

All TalkTalk broadband includes a TalkTalk phone line – regular home phone users can add a different call plan to their package – such as anytime calls and cheap international calls. Option to bundle with TalkTalk TV – combine your TV, broadband and phone services together in a broadband, TV and phone package.

What kind of fibre does TalkTalk use?

Meanwhile, TalkTalk’s Fibre 150 uses a newer technology called hybrid fibre which is currently only available in around 10% of UK homes. TalkTalk’s fibre broadband service is normally delivered through the Openreach network so it relies on a phone line coming in to your property.

What kind of security do I get with TalkTalk?

Homesafe network level security – you also get TalkTalk SuperSafe internet security for one device as standard, with the option to expand the protection to up to eight devices for an additional charge. TalkTalk have call packages to suit most people’s needs, which you can add to your broadband and phone bundle.

What’s the average download speed of TalkTalk broadband?

In the UK, TalkTalk currently offers a choice of three fibre broadband plans: Fibre 35 (with average download speeds of 38Mbps), Fibre 65 (with average download speeds of 67Mbps) and Fibre 150 (with average download speeds of 145Mbps). The following table shows a side-by-side comparison of the three plans: