TalkTalk launches 12-month broadband contracts

Thursday, January 27th 2011
The minimum term of its agreements has been reduced by six months.
TalkTalk launches 12-month broadband contracts
TalkTalk has reduced the minimum term of its Essentials and Plus broadband packages.

The internet service provider announced that from today (January 27th 2011), consumers signing up for one of these deals will be tied in for a year.

Previously, these tariffs were subject to people entering an 18-month agreement.

The change will have no effect on the broadband bundle provider's landline product - Voice - which will remain subject to a 12-month contract.

It has made this change to its terms and conditions ahead of the launch of its first venture into the fibre optic broadband market, with this service set to be made available in the near future.

According to TalkTalk, the proposition offers download speeds of up to 40Mbps, which commercial director Tristia Clarke said makes it perfect for families "who all want to be on the internet at the same time".

She also recommended the super-fast service to people who watch a lot of high-definition content or play games online.

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