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TalkTalk is the United Kingdom's leading value for money provider of fixed line broadband and voice telephony services to consumers and business users. The group serves over 4.8 million customers across the UK under the TalkTalk, AOL Broadband and TalkTalk Business brands. Over the past five years, through a combination of organic growth and acquisitions, TalkTalk has built one of UK's largest broadband and voice customer bases.Please Login (add)
Bosses of telecommunications provider TalkTalk will meet with Scottish Government minister Fergus Ewing to discuss the future of their Stornoway call centre – earmarked for closure with the loss of 59 jobs. March 12, 2019 2:10 AM
TalkTalk may be earning plaudits in Whitehall for being the first major UK ISP to implement network-level anti-malware blockers on its service, but the company's customers aren't so easy to please. July 8, 2011 5:00 AM
We're proud to keep over 180,000 businesses in the UK connected. See how you can get faster, guaranteed Internet speeds for less in our Internet Access Sale October 19, 2018 10:56 AM
Who's looking forward to Friday?! We're off for the night, but please do get in touch if you need anything tomorrow! We'll be back at 8am :) September 29, 2016 10:02 PM
Today's #NationalCoffeeDay and we've wasted no time grabbing ours! How do you like yours? We'll be here to help till 10pm. September 29, 2016 7:59 AM
There goes Wednesday! Good night all, we'll be back at 8am, drop us a tweet if you need anything :) September 28, 2016 10:00 PM
There will be maintenance tonight from midnight to 6am affecting My Account, the My TalkTalk app & our sales pages: http://bit.ly/1U1PgfU September 28, 2016 5:52 PM
We're giving you the chance to win a day trip to Lapland for a family of 5 with @thisisheart . All you have to do is #ShowUsYourChristmas! 🎄 Head to thisisheart.co/suyc and upload a photo of your best festive moment so far