TalkTalk and Amazon have teamed up to help you improve your internet speeds.
TalkTalk and Amazon have teamed up to deliver faster internet to homes across the United Kingdom.
With a new agreement with Amazon, TalkTalk hopes to improve your broadband. That may seem like an unusual mix, given that Amazon is known for online shopping yet does not improve internet speeds in your home.
However, TalkTalk has a product that is completely focused on improving broadband, and it is making it available to all customers who sign up for its plans. Users will now receive the award-winning eero 6 and eero Pro 6 mesh routers as standard, ensuring that every inch of your home has a robust connection.
A mesh network, in case you didn’t know, allows you to place additional boosters around your house, which boosts the signal.
In addition to the internet-beaming technology, eero has a specialized mobile app that allows for simple setup, network management, and problem diagnostics, offering users more control and visibility over their home network performance.
Customers can also employ advanced parental controls to block websites for family-friendly browsing, streaming, and social networking.
This deal should be enough to handle your next Netflix boxset binge, with speeds of 67Mbps and limitless downloads. In comparison to a similar BT plan, TalkTalk claims that their Fibre 65 deal will save you £112.86. Setup is free, and TalkTalk provides free online help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The ‘Plus Package,’ which costs a little extra each month, includes an Amazon Echo Dot and a Smart Plug, allowing you to stream music or turn on lights with a voice command. When purchased separately, these would cost £74.98. TalkTalk also includes F-“SuperSafe” Secure’s online protection.
If you have a lot of smart devices, the built-in Zigbee technology ensures that everything works together without a separate hub.
If you own a mansion, you can install more eero units that are all connected to ensure that every room is covered by a signal.
“We constantly try to provide our consumers the newest technology, greater speeds, and consistent performance at an accessible price,” Tristia Harrison, CEO of TalkTalk, said of the new product. Our new agreement, when combined with our ambitious and accelerated complete fiber rollout.”Brinkwire Summary News”.