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Faster Fibre vs Super Fast Fibre

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Hi,In January I had an Offer from Talktalk to extend my current Faster Fibre ( FTTC Broadband with boost) which was coming to an end. I declined but asked for and took out a new contract for Superfast Fibre with the lastest Wi-Fi Super Router Hub.

I've had my first bill and there is no reference to Superfast Fibre just the old Faster Fibre and I still have a speed boost which I thought that a 'Superfast Fibre Package' wouldn't need. I'm confused! Have I totally misunderstood the term Super fast? Do I still need the boost? or am I not on the correct tariff?

I'd be very grateful for some clarity.


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Hi Martin


Unlimited Faster Fibre is the 38Mb/s average download speed FTTC product.
Unlimited Superfast Fibre is the 67Mb/s average download speed FTTC product.


Faster Fibre with Speed Boost is the same as the Superfast Fibre product.
Superfast Fibre includes the Speed Boost.


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Average speeds are based on the download speeds of at least 50% of our customer base at peak time (8pm-10pm). Speeds will vary depending on a number of different factors. Your exact speed estimate will be given at point of sale.

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Thank you for your explanation, it was concise and totally understandable. I don't like the Talktalk misleading advertising terms.