TalkTalk Reviews & Ratings
We have reviews and ratings from 17 verified customers of TalkTalk broadband.
We surveyed new customers 60 to 120 days after switching to TalkTalk - here's what they told us:
The service is great when working but for some unknown reason it’s been going on and off and TalkTalk haven’t yet managed to find out why.
My wifi signal can be quite unreliable. The speed is ok for the area, and my deal is a lot cheaper than my previous provider. Overall I'm satisfied with TalkTalk.
My wifi goes off every now and then and when connected the internet is very slow. That may be down to the network in my area, but I don't feel it's good value.
On average, people switching to TalkTalk saved around £4.74 per month, and rated their TalkTalk broadband 7.9/10.
New customers told us that they waited around less than 2 weeks between ordering and getting set up with TalkTalk.
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Everything you need to know about TalkTalk
TalkTalk started life in Leeds in 2003 as a subsidiary of Carphone Warehouse. In 2010 it split away and became its own company.
Providing broadband, calls, TV and mobile services, TalkTalk is now headquartered in London.
What can you get?
TalkTalk’s ADSL broadband with maximum speeds of 17Mbps and an average speed of 11Mbps is aimed at the value end of the market.
Adding Anytime Calls to your broadband bundle will cost £12 a month. A full list of TalkTalk phone call prices is here.
TalkTalk has its own on-demand TV services using the Youview and Youview+ Freeview HD box.
There are two packages: TalkTalk TV and TalkTalk TV Plus.
The basic package gives you the standard Youview Freeview box with which you can pause and rewind up to 30 minutes of live TV.
You get 80 Freeview channels with 15 in HD.
The more pricey TV Plus plan gets you the upgraded Youview+ box, which allows you to pause and record 90 hours of HD content, as well as rewinding up to two hours of live TV.
You’re looking at around 150 channels in total, including premium entertainment like MTV, Sky One, Sky Two and Sky Living, as well as UK Gold and Comedy Central.
Netflix is available as an app through Youview.
One-month TV Boosts are also available. These are channel collections under the likes of Entertainment, Kids or Sports so you can try out Sky Sports for a month, or Sky Cinema, or Nickelodeon, Boomerang and Disney Channel.
TalkTalk sells the same two kinds of fibre as every other provider using Openreach: up to 38Mbps and up to 76Mbps. These, like TalkTalk’s ADSL, are aimed towards the budget-conscious customer.
Why choose TalkTalk?
If price is the single biggest factor in picking your next broadband provider then TalkTalk might work for you. Their TV Boosts offer a cheaper way to get Sky Sports or Sky Cinema on one-month contracts.
Not sure if TalkTalk is right for you? Have a look at what else you could get with our best broadband deals and compare before you order.