I'm giving it a go. I already have Talk Talk 2meg (unl) BB and Talk Talk landline for £20. I pay my line rental (£11) to BT. So for the sake of a couple of mouseclicks it seems I should gain unlimited landline calls to 28 countries and my BB speed could potentially increase by up to 8meg, although I am 700 metres from the exchange. My line rental now goes via CPW. I should be paying £10 less a month. 2 days in and I have recieved my first disappointment, on 'tracking my order' I see that my line speed is not estimated to increase until Dec 2006. Funny how when I checked my number prior to signing up, I simply recieved a catagoric 'YES', and no mention of any delay, certainly not 8 months!. Anyway I will keep you all informed.
I ditched talktalk and went to Eclipse, I now have 8 MB and a 20-1 contention ratio for the same as I was paying for 1 MB. Another point is that I am on amonthly contract and I don't have to pay £70 to end the contract
Reassuring to hear that Stuartli! If Talk Talks figures on annual savings are even remotely correct I'm also going to change. Once you get your telephone and ADSL for £21/month their isn't a lot further for others to go, so signing up for the initial contract isn't much of a risk especially if I'm saving £30 each month from day 1! I'm told my ADSL connection will be early June if I elect to switch.
for myself I'm a little unsure about talk-talk's offer. I keep thinking,-there's no such as a free lunch.and this bothers me. I further understand that there is a contractal period of a year and a half! if you are disapointed with their service, tough! I shall be watching closely you brave fellows experiences with the service befor I take the plunge.