EXPIRED: Get up to half price broadband plus a £75 Love2Shop voucher with TalkTalk. Hurry - the offers ends soon!

TalkTalk with £75 shopping voucher

If you're shopping for broadband then you won't want to miss the fantastic half-price deals TalkTalk are offering right now. And if you sign up soon you'll get a £75 voucher to spend on the high street, too.

These awesome deals start at just £3.75 a month for the totally unlimited SimplyBroadband package. Or if speed is what you need you can get 18 months of fibre broadband for only £8.75 a month - it's up to 4.5 times faster than standard broadband.

If you prefer to get internet, TV and calls all in the same package you can do exactly that with TalkTalk's Essentials TV offer. £7.50 per month gets you unlimited broadband, evening and weekend calls, plus a YouView box that gives you seven days of catch-up TV and the ability to pause and rewind live shows.

Sign up to any of these deals by 27th September and you'll receive a £75 Love2Shop voucher to spend in over 20 thousand high street stores.

Sign up for TalkTalk broadband and claim your free £75 Love2Shop voucher today!

All the offers are on 18 month contracts, are fully unlimited, and come with a free wireless router. You also get a comprehensive security package that protects you against viruses, online scams, and gives you full parental controls for complete peace of mind.

Already with TalkTalk?

It isn't just new customers that get the best deals from TalkTalk. You can upgrade from standard broadband to a superfast fibre service and pay just £7.50 per month - that's an impressive 25% less than the normal price.

Voucher offers are exclusive to new customers who order online, switch from BT, Sky or Plusnet and keep their existing landline number. Speeds dependent on location and distance from local exchange - use our postcode checker to find out what's available in your area. Line rental required at £17.70 per month. Love2Shop voucher offer ends 2016-09-27. Broadband offers end 2016-10-01. Speed of TalkTalk Fibre product compared to UK average of standard (ADSL) download speed from Ofcom UK Home broadband performance report November 2015.

Posted by Andy Betts on in OffersExpiredTalkTalk