Quad play provider will launch range of offers from December 23, with most running until February
TalkTalk will launch its “January Sales” offers on December 23 – three days earlier than most other retailers, it has announced.
The quad-play provider will make a range of price cuts across its fixed line, broadband, mobile and TV packages in the days leading up to Christmas, with most deals set to run until February.
TalkTalk said it will cut offers on its SIM-only plans by up to 50 per cent off a 12 month deal, with packages starting from £3.95. It will also reduce deals on handsets including the Microsoft Lumia 550 and the Samsung Galaxy J1 to half price.
Customers upgrading to its superfast fibre broadband will be able to receive the service for free for the first 12 months. The package would normally cost £10 per month and is available for customers who don’t currently use fibre, or for new customers.
It is also offering up to 50 per cent off its Essentials TV package, which provides unlimited broadband, TV and evening and weekend calls to UK landlines for £5 a month, plus £17.70 line rental.