TalkTalk Boosts are a great way to customise and personalise your package, so you get exactly what you want. They include add-ons for your home phone, TV package and mobile.
Buy this Boost for just £12 a month and you can call all standard UK landlines and mobiles* all day, every day for no extra charge.
You can talk for up to 60 minutes free on each call before being charged at the standard rate. But if you'd like to talk for longer than 60 minutes, just hang up and redial and it's free again.
This boost includes calls to overseas mobiles, It's just £12 a month and you can make up to 1000 minutes of calls abroad for no extra charge. The calls must be from your TalkTalk landline to landlines and mobiles in the 55 inclusive countries listed below. If you want to call places that aren't included in your 1000-minute allowance, don't worry. You get guaranteed discounted rates to all international destinations too.
|Denmark||Palestinian National Authority|
|Ireland (Republic of)||Thailand|
Add personalised voicemail greetings, extra storage and remote access to your voicemail. Voicemail Plus is charged at £1 per month.
For just £5 per month, get unlimited minutes* of calls from your landline to any UK mobile**. Only available to Plus TV customers. This boost is unavailable to customers who have our Unlimited UK Calls Boost.
Protect yourself online against viruses and malware with award-winning Online Defence antivirus by F-Secure. You can protect up to 10 devices with our SuperSafe Boost. This Boost includes Password Manager, which stores your passwords securely. It can create strong passwords and you can use it across all your devices. For more information see Password Manager.
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