TalkTalk Fibre 150
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talktalk Fibre 150
Avg. download 145Mbps
Avg. upload 25Mbps
PAYG calls
Contract: 18 months
Free Setup
Cost: £28 per month
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talktalk Fibre 150 + TV
Avg. download 145Mbps
Avg. upload 25Mbps
PAYG calls
88 TV channels
Contract: 18 months
Free Setup
Cost: £32 per month
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TalkTalk Fibre 150 (formerly, TalkTalk Faster 150 Fibre) is an ultrafast broadband plan which delivers an average download speed of 145Mbps using the next generation fibre network.

TalkTalk Fibre 150 is more than two times faster than TalkTalk Fibre 65 ( 67Mbps)  and is ideal for busy homes with multiple users, HD & 4K streaming and  online gaming. 

TalkTalk Fibre 150 is a great option if you look out for the cheapest ultrafast broadband packages that suit your budget and cater your needs.

TalkTalk Fibre 150 Speeds

TalkTalk Fibre 150 comes with an average download speed of 145Mbps and average upload speed of 25Mbps (advertised speeds). 

Download speed
upload speed
TalkTalk Fibre 150 Broadband145Mbps25Mbps

The ultrafast speeds of TalkTalk Fibre 150 make it ideal for streaming UHD 4K videos, quicker downloads and online gaming.

More than 10 devices can be connected at the same time to stream and play the latest games without any hassle.

Real-world speeds and estimated speed range

According to Ofcom broadband speed report 2021, a typical 145Mbps service which uses Openreach network such as Fibre 150 usually delivers an average speed of 145.7Mbps during peak times (8 – 10pm).

However, the real-world speeds for each user may significantly vary upon depending on the postcode and address. 

Based on your address details, TalkTalk usually offers the minimum guaranteed speed and expected speed range for your area during sign up.

TalkTalk Fibre 150 Router

TalkTalk Hub Black

TalkTalk Fibre 150 broadband comes with the latest WiFi Hub router. 

TalkTalk WiFi Hub is a dual band router (2.4GHz and 5GHz) which can handle fibre broadband speeds of more than 900Mbps. 

This advanced router comes with 802.11ac WiFi, 7 antennae, 4 Gigabit connections, 802.11 a/n/ac WiFi, integrated firewall and WPA2 / WPA / WEP security. 

Features like smart channel selection help you get reliable, faster wifi speeds across the rooms in your home.

TalkTalk Fibre 150 features

Home Phone

TalkTalk Fibre 150 includes landline service with pay as you go calls (PAYG) as standard and you can upgrade it to anytime calls or add international call plan.

TalkTalk Fibre 150 with TV

You can add pay TV packages which include freeview channels and optional add-ons at the lowest price.

TalkTalk TV and broadband bundles are significantly cheaper than the packages offered by Virgin Media, BT and Sky.

SuperSafe Online Protection

TalkTalk Fibre 150 package  includes free SuperSafe Boost which offers online protection to 10 devices including laptops, tablets, smartphones, iPhones and iPads from viruses, phishing, malicious websites and malware.

Supersafe also includes password manager to help you save all your passwords with utmost security.

TalkTalk Fibre 150 vs Sky Broadband Ultrafast vs Virgin Media M100 vs BT Fibre 100

What makes TalkTalk Fibre 150 different from the similar packages offered by its competitors is the low cost of Fibre 150 which is budget friendly and can help you make great savings

PackageAverage download
Average uploadd
TalkTalk Fibre 150145Mbps25Mbps£28
Virgin Media M100
(includes weekend calls)
Sky Ultrafast145Mbps27Mbps£33
BT Fibre 100145Mbps30Mbps£35.99

Is TalkTalk Fibre 150 any good?

TalkTalk Fibre 150 broadband is significantly faster than regular FTTC plans (38Mbps and 67Mbps).

The ultrafast connectivity ensures reliable speeds for bandwidth intensive activities like video calls, gaming and streaming Ultra HD videos. 100Mbps+ service is usually recommended for busy homes and quicker downloads of large size files.

On top of all these advantages, TalkTalk Fibre 150 is available with affordable with attractive pricing and free setup that can help you get better value for your money.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is TalkTalk Fibre 150 totally unlimited?

TalkTalk Fibre 150 is totally unlimited broadband package with no monthly data caps. 

Connection speeds are not reduced during peak times as no traffic management applies.

Is TalkTalk Fibre 150 full fibre (FTTP)?

You can get TalkTalk Fibre 150 service via FTTP full fibre network if you live in a area where the FTTP is available.

Otherwise, Fibre 150 reaches your home via hybrid network of fibre and copper (between cabinet and premises) using the advanced technology.

Is TalkTalk Fibre 150 available in my area?

TalkTalk Fibre 150 service is currently available to 25% of the homes in the UK.

You can check Fibre 150 availability using our broadband postcode checker.

How is TalkTalk Fibre 150 installed in my home?

TalkTalk Fibre 150 installation is usually done by an engineer who will check the phone socket first and then install the Openreach modem near the socket. 

Then comes the connection of WiFi Hub with the modem through the WAN port. 

Once connected, the engineer will check the WiFi speeds and will fix the issues, if any, to boost the signal strength. 

More deals from TalkTalk

Deal Average
TalkTalk Fast Broadband 11Mbps Unlimited  £24.95
TalkTalk Fibre 65 TV 67Mbps Unlimited  £28.45
TalkTalk Fibre 35 broadband 38Mbps Unlimited  £23.50
TalkTalk Fibre 65 broadband 67Mbps Unlimited  £24.45
TalkTalk Fibre 35 TV 38Mbps Unlimited  £27.50

4 thoughts on “TalkTalk Fibre 150 Broadband”

  1. TalkTalk Fibre 150 upgrade from Fibre 65 really helped me. My speeds have significantly improved after switching to Fibre 150 which offers a range of 120Mbps – 138.5Mb download and 19Mbps – 25.6Mb upload. It’s not bad at all for me.

    WiFI black Hub does the good job but sometimes need to be restarted, otherwise, I faced no connection and speed problems in the last six months.

  2. Talktalk now say on their website that they cannot supply landline with their fibre 150! Is this only in certain areas?

  3. Talk Talk refused to upgrade me to Fibre 150bps as the offers were all for new customers.
    Also a bit of a strange thing going on with Broadband packages.
    Apart from a lot of the Top 10 best Broadband sites being run by one particular ISP
    The Top Category always seem to be the cheapest 1st payment & not the monthly instalments. Pretty deceitful. x10. Virgin gives you a very cheap contract price but then raises it to £500 when the contract runs out.
    Then of course there are the political restrictions on RT & other websites. You don’t want to sign up to a company for years only to find they won’t connect you to your favourite sites.
    Then there’s the advertising blocker, is your ISP going to barrage you with adverts.
    I also found that one ISP gave you a free Amazon Router.
    Amazon the most famous data spy in the world with (I self identify as binery) Alexa.
    You wont need a smart meter with Alexa, Amazon eero Pro mesh Wi-Fi router/extender measuring your carbon footprint every day.

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