Internet service provider iTalk has finally branched-out beyond its old ADSL and Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC / VDSL2) based home broadband packages by launching a new range of Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) powered services on Openreach’s national network. Some of their new full fibre packages have also been discounted.
Each of the new full fibre packages include a digital phone (IP based) service, as well as unlimited usage, a 24-month minimum contract term, UK based support and an included wireless router. On top of that, you’ll need to pay £12.95 (one-off) for postage and packaging.
The new packages start from £29.99 per month for a 40Mbps download speed and rise up to £44.99 per month for their top 220Mbps tier. But the packages can also be taken as part of a “Winter Special” deal, which for example drops the 40Mbps plan to £23.99 and the 220Mbps service to £39.99 per month. Sadly, they don’t currently offer a gigabit tier or anything faster than 220Mbps.