TalkTalk offers Full Fibre 150, Fibre 500 & Fibre 900 plans using the UK’s most reliable broadband technology. Get speeds up to 24x faster than standard fibre, plus an Amazon eero router.

In the UK, TalkTalk now offers next-generation full fibre broadband with download speeds up to 944Mbps. Making use of a fibre optic connection all the way into your home, it delivers faster download speeds and a more reliable broadband service than regular fibre broadband. You’ll also get an Amazon eero router included, with support for the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology.

In this article, we’ll review TalkTalk’s full fibre broadband service including how it works and the plans that are currently available (Fibre 150, Fibre 500 and Fibre 900). We’ll also look at the key features like the Amazon eero router, Total Home Wi-Fi and the optional TalkTalk TV Hub. We’ll also look at how you can switch to TalkTalk’s full fibre broadband.

Prices From: £29.95 per month
Contract Length: 18 months
Download Speed: 152Mbps (Full Fibre 150)
525Mbps (Full Fibre 500)
944Mbps (Full Fibre 900)
Upload Speed: 30Mbps (Full Fibre 150)
72Mbps (Full Fibre 500)
110Mbps (Full Fibre 900)
Router: Amazon eero 6 (Fibre 150)
Amazon eero Pro 6 (Fibre 500)
2x Amazon eero Pro 6 (Fibre 900)
Technology: Fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband
Coverage: Check your postcode

What is TalkTalk Full Fibre?

In the UK, TalkTalk now offers next-generation full fibre broadband.

With regular fibre broadband, the final part of the connection between the street cabinet and your home uses an old copper phone line.

In contrast, full fibre broadband (also known as fibre-to-the-premises, or FTTP for short) uses a fibre optic connection all the way into your home. On TalkTalk, this gives you four main benefits:

  • You’ll get download speeds up to 24 times faster than standard fibre broadband. With TalkTalk’s full fibre broadband, you’ll get download speeds of up to 944Mbps on average. This allows you to download things much faster – for instance, you can download a HD movie in less than 40 seconds.
  • You can stream, browse & download on more devices at the same time. With full fibre technology, you’ll be able to use more devices at the same time on your broadband connection, without things slowing down for other people or other devices.
  • You’ll get a more reliable broadband service. As full fibre does not rely on an old copper phone line, it’s more reliable and is not susceptible to the same problems with noise and interference.
  • You’ll get a next-generation Amazon eero router. On TalkTalk’s full fibre plans, you’ll get a next-generation Amazon eero router included. This supports the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology for better speeds and performance throughout your home. It also supports mesh technology with TalkTalk’s Total Home Wi-Fi.

TalkTalk’s full fibre service is offered on a range of different physical networks. For instance, you can get TalkTalk’s full fibre broadband on an Openreach, CityFibre or Freedom Fibre powered connection. Enter your postcode on TalkTalk’s website to see the plans that are available where you live.

TalkTalk Full Fibre Plans

TalkTalk currently offers a choice of three full fibre broadband plans: Fibre 150 (with an average download speed of 152Mbps), Fibre 500 (with an average download speed of 525Mbps) and Fibre 900 (with an average download speed of 944Mbps).

The following table shows a side-by-side comparison of the three plans:

Full Fibre 150 Full Fibre 500 Full Fibre 900
Monthly Price: £29.95 per month £39 per month £49 per month
Download Speed (average): 152Mbps 525Mbps 944Mbps
Upload Speed (average): 30Mbps 72Mbps 110Mbps
Data: Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Router: Amazon eero 6
(RRP £109)
Amazon eero Pro 6
(RRP £209)
2x Amazon eero Pro 6
(RRP £418)
Total Home Wi-Fi: Add £6/month Add £6/month Included
TalkTalk TV Hub: Add £5/month Add £5/month Add £5/month
Connectivity: Full Fibre (FTTP) Full Fibre (FTTP) Full Fibre (FTTP)
Availability: Check availability → Check availability → Check availability →

All of TalkTalk’s full fibre plans are data-only. This means you won’t get a home phone (landline) service included with it.

Fibre 150

TalkTalk’s Fibre 150 (also known as Full Fibre 150) is their entry-level full fibre plan, starting from £29.95 per month.

If you’re using Fibre 150, you’ll get an average download speed of 152Mbps on your connection. This is about 4 times faster than standard fibre broadband. It will allow you to stream ultra-HD (4K) video on up to six devices at the same time. You’ll also be able to download a HD-quality film in around 4 minutes.

ServiceAverage SpeedContract LengthUpfront PriceMonthly Price
Full Fibre 150
152Mbps download18 month contract£0£29.95/month

The Fibre 150 plan comes with Amazon’s next-generation eero 6 router. This is designed to cover an area up to 1,500 square feet (up to 140m²) with a dual-band Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.

Fibre 500

If you’re looking for faster download speeds and a more powerful router, you can upgrade to TalkTalk’s Fibre 500 (also known as Full Fibre 500). At present, this is available for £39 per month.

On Fibre 500, you’ll get an average download speed of 525Mbps. This is 13 times faster than standard fibre broadband. It will allow you to download a HD-quality film in around one minute. You can also stream ultra-HD video (in 4K quality) on up to 20 devices at the same time.

ServiceAverage SpeedContract LengthUpfront PriceMonthly Price
Full Fibre 500
525Mbps download18 month contract£0£39/month

As well as the faster download speeds, you’ll get the upgraded eero Pro 6 router from Amazon. Unlike the regular eero 6, this supports tri-band technology, allowing for even better Wi-Fi performance on compatible devices. Your Wi-Fi network can also cover a wider area, up to 2,000 square feet (up to 190m²).

Fibre 900

For the ultimate full fibre experience, you can choose TalkTalk’s Fibre 900 plan (also known as Full Fibre 900).

With Fibre 900, you’ll get an average download speed of 944Mbps. This makes it up to 24 times faster than standard fibre broadband. With those speeds, you’ll be able to download a HD-quality film in about 36 seconds.

ServiceAverage SpeedContract LengthUpfront PriceMonthly Price
Full Fibre 900
944Mbps download18 month contract£0£49/month

On Fibre 900, you’ll get two eero 6 Pro routers included as part of TalkTalk’s Total Home Wi-Fi service. The two eero 6 Pro routers work together to form a mesh wi-fi system, extending the coverage area in your home to cover up to 4,000 square feet (up to 380m²).

TalkTalk Full Fibre Features

Amazon Eero Router

On TalkTalk’s full fibre service, you’ll get an Amazon eero router included. This helps to maximise the potential of your full fibre connection, delivering super-fast wi-fi to up to 75 devices at the same time.

Unlike most other providers who continue to produce their own proprietary wi-fi routers, TalkTalk has instead decided to partner with Amazon to offer the eero 6 with their full fibre plans. It means you’re able to benefit from the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology, along with mesh capabilities. The Amazon eero router also works with Alexa and can operate as a Zigbee smart home hub to control your compatible smart home devices.

The following table compares the technical specifications of the Amazon eero routers:

Amazon eero 6 Amazon eero 6 Pro
TalkTalk Plans: Full Fibre 150 Full Fibre 500 (1 router included)
Full Fibre 900 (2 routers included)
Wi-Fi Bands: Dual-band
(2.4GHz & 5GHz)
(2.4GHz, 5.2GHz & 5.8GHz)
Wi-Fi Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6
Wi-Fi 6
Wi-Fi Coverage: Up to 140m² Up to 190m² (with 1 router)
Up to 380m² (with 2 routers)
Wi-Fi Devices: Up to 75 devices Up to 75 devices
2.4GHz Wi-Fi: 2×2 MIMO 2×2 MIMO
5.8GHz (5GHz) Wi-Fi: 2×2 MIMO 2×2 MIMO
5.2GHz Wi-Fi: 4×4 MIMO
Total Home Wi-Fi: £6/month on Full Fibre 150 £6/month on Full Fibre 500
Included with Full Fibre 900
Ethernet: 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports
Other: WPA3 security
Works with Alexa
Zigbee smart home hub
WPA3 security
Works with Alexa
Zigbee smart home hub
Colour: White White
Dimensions: 9.9 x 9.7 x 6.2 cm 14.2 x 13.8 x 4.8 cm
More Information: TalkTalk Website TalkTalk Website

Total Home Wi-Fi

As a full fibre customer, you can add TalkTalk’s Total Home Wi-Fi. This is designed to improve the wi-fi coverage in your home, by using an additional Amazon eero router to create a mesh wi-fi network.

Using mesh technology, your home wi-fi network should be extended to cover a much larger area. This should reduce wi-fi blank spots, whilst also helping you to get better speeds and performance on your wi-fi. According to TalkTalk, a mesh wi-fi system with two eero Pro 6 routers can cover an area up to 4,000 square feet (up to 380 square metres).

Customers with Total Home Wi-Fi can benefit from the ‘Total Home Coverage Promise’. This says you’ll be able to get a download speed of at least 10Mbps in all eligible rooms. If you’re not able to get this, an engineer may be sent to investigate and to improve the wi-fi coverage in your home.

On Full Fibre 150 and Full Fibre 500, you can add Total Home Wi-Fi for an extra £6 per month. Alternatively, customers on Full Fibre 900 will get Total Home Wi-Fi included as standard with their plan.

TalkTalk TV Hub with Android

When you choose TalkTalk’s Full Fibre 150 plan or above, you’ll be able to add the new TalkTalk TV Hub, powered by Android.

The TalkTalk TV Hub plugs into your television and gives you all of your live TV and on-demand players in one place. There’s a built-in 7-day TV guide, along with voice control through the Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in. It also supports more than 10,000 apps for movies, TV shows, books, music, games and more.

The new TalkTalk TV Hub supports 4K (ultra-HD) video and Dolby Atmos surround sound. You can add it to your full fibre plan for an extra £5 per month, plus a one-off setup fee of £25.

For more information about the new TV Hub, see TalkTalk’s website.

Switching to TalkTalk Full Fibre

In the UK, it’s easy switching your broadband provider to TalkTalk.

Start by ordering your TalkTalk full fibre broadband plan online. Once you’ve placed your order, TalkTalk will normally contact your old broadband provider for you to cancel the old service (this is unless you’re a Virgin Media customer, or a customer on another provider that does not use the Openreach network).

On the date that your TalkTalk full fibre service is due to go live, you’ll receive an engineer visit to install the full fibre service in your home. There’s more information about this on TalkTalk’s website.

Please select your current broadband provider below for step-by-step instructions on how to switch to TalkTalk:

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More Information

For more information about TalkTalk’s full fibre broadband, please see the official TalkTalk website.

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  • Well, I wanted to renew my contract with TT on fibre 35 as this was fine for my needs only to be told that this is no longer available and I am being migrated to the full fibre. As a result, I can’t get many of the cheaper broadband deals around because my home has been marked as ‘migrating to FFTP’, the old copper lines aren’t being used anymore. I wish I still had a choice and don’t quite understand why the older lines can’t be used anymore.

    • The copper stuff is outdated, expensive to maintain and they’re ripping it all out. That’s not just TalkTalk, it’s BT, Sky etc. The Fibre 35 might be fine for you, but the upgrade is part of a major infrastructure overhaul over the next 10+ years that’s going to change how the average consumer reaches the internet. You may not like it, but its critical to the success of Britain’s economy, allowing high speeds for Business, Governement, Schools etc.

  • Hamish McIntosh said:

    Absolute junk over a month late installing ff900 I get 160 mbs I have spent nearly 63 hrs on chat and phone getting nothing but excuses don’t look at the price look at the support it is non existent and clueless these are the same useless mob who were tiscali using their Speedtest link I get double the speed I get on my three 5 g handset on 5g

  • Kevin Thompson said:

    Rang to upgrade to TTFF 900 offered a good deal with mesh. Engineer booked. That was the good news, downhill from then. Engineer never arrived, 10 plus call 2 complaints and 4 emails to the CEO. Told my order failed could not offer FF900, it is available, but can have 500 no mesh for same price. Still battling for a response …. Avoid this company

  • i have the talktalk full fibre 500 and i get the download speed but not much on the upload it is being stuck at 50 mbps i think i need a better router shout fix this issue also i tested the speed directly connected to the fibre ont and i got the full speed

  • Paul Williams said:

    I had future 150 installed 1 month ago and it is an improvement on the poor fibre 35 which I previously had. When it was installed and tested by open reach engineer I received only 85 Mbps sometimes 90 Mbps, this was in the room were the router is, I then proceeded to test all the rooms in my home. In the room next to the router I had only 6 Mbps and the rest of my home the same, except for the room above the router which was 85 Mbps.
    On complaining to talktalk they asked me to do several tests and still 85 Mbps in the room with router and above and 6 Mbps in the rest of house.
    The final test was to connect my lap top to incoming line which gave 150 Mbps, seems that the problem is the router? Talktalk told me twice they would look into this and would come back to me but never did…… I have since put boosters around my home and achieve around 40 Mbps in the other rooms?

  • Evan Barton said:

    Wish I’d known about the land line issue before having fibre 150 data only installed.
    Now left without a line and TalkTalk cannot restore line, having lost my number meanwhile !
    Telephone calls to Talktalk trying to understand what had happened to my line noone ever said that I had lost the line !
    In fact they gave me advice on how to find the fault !
    I am now advised to approach BT or such if I need a landline

    • Ian Broughton replied:

      You can set up a phone line via voip on a service like sipgate and install a Spa112 to connect to your old unused phone line round the house.

      Hope this helps

  • I feel TT have totally missed the point with this launch, I’ve been promised FTTP from TT was ‘coming soon’ for over a year, I’m not interested in high speeds, a reliable service (not dropping out in the rain) and simple ‘superfast’ would do me, I can get this (40 or 50Mb) from BT at a cheaper price and including a landline, and this would give me access to a cheap mobile SIM deal and widespread WiFi, TT have now become the more expensive option for those with modest needs.

  • I am already a Talktalk customer with FTTC .Its good news that TT will be offering Full Fibre (Future Fibre) to its customers. Cant really understand why Full Fibre 150 costs more than UFO 900MB ?. TT say at the moment they dont offer the phone with Future Fibre but are working with BT to resolve it. As soon as the Future Fibre 150 “WITH PHONE” comes available I will place my order.

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