iPhone 5Cs, Nexus 7s, Xbox Ones, TalkTalk TV – if you’ve got a house full of brand new internet-using goodies, the chances are you’re feeling the heavy user broadband blues.
All it takes is a few people watching an HD movie on TalkTalk Box Office, fragging their friends on Call of Duty, and keeping in touch on Skype at the same time.
Soon enough, your screen’s gone blocky and your soldier’s MIA – but there is a solution, and it doesn’t cost a fortune: superpowered TalkTalk Fibre Broadband.
At up to 16Mbps, a typical TalkTalk unlimited broadband connection is good for doing any one of these things, and it’s great value from £2.50 a month plus line rental.
For just £10 a month extra, TalkTalk Fibre Medium will take you up to 38Mbps, so you can browse while you surf without being slowed down.
And if everyone’s online at the same time, TalkTalk Fibre Large will turbo-boost your broadband up to 76Mbps.
You’ll also get a speedy 19Mbps of upload bandwidth for sharing your New Year party pictures and videos with friends and relatives.
How to get TalkTalk Fibre Broadband
TalkTalk Fibre Broadband is already available to more than 66 per cent of UK homes, so get started with a look at the TalkTalk postcode checker.
If you’re in a fibre area, you’ll need to get your broadband from TalkTalk, starting with unlimited SimplyBroadband at just £2.50/month plus £15.40/month line rental.
Place your order online, and TalkTalk will set up your installation date with an engineer who’ll install your fibre service, connect your devices and do a demo.
Now you’re online, with bags of bandwidth for all the family to share. Just remember to activate HomeSafe and keep your kids safe while they surf.