Do I Have To Return My TalkTalk Box?

Is it safe to throw away routers?

They’re considered hazardous waste like motor oil or TVs so you can’t put them in the trash.

Reset it to factory defaults with the button in the back.

No, there’s no personal information in the router..

Do I need to return my EE router?

The EE router does not need to be returned. Your number can be transferred. Make sure your new provider is aware of this when you sign up.

Do I need to return my TalkTalk router?

Re: How do I return equipment? If you’ve left TalkTalk upon completion of your minimum contracted term and the router and TV Box are those originally supplied or replaced in the 12 months warranty period then they’re yours and you don’t need to return them unless you wish TalkTalk to recyle them.

Do I need to return my YouView box?

If anything the fact that TalkTalk do the same just adds weight to the argument that YouView providers would rather their customers remain oblivious to the fact that it is the customer that owns the YouView box, and therefore they have no obligation to return it and that they can continue their YouView box as a …

Is Talk Talk Broadband any good?

TalkTalk broadband review conclusion TalkTalk also promises not to increase prices mid-contract, so the cost will remain the same for up to 18 months. And all its broadband services are totally unlimited. But TalkTalk does suffer from a poor reputation when it comes to customer service.

Can I use my TalkTalk router for other broadband provider?

Re: Wifi Hub – Can it be used with different ISP Yes, you can on certain ISPs, specifically on those that dont need the router to send username and password information.

What is a Wi Fi hub?

A wireless router, also known as a Wi-Fi hub, is the small electronic device supplied by your internet service provider that allows you to connect to the internet. It connects to your home broadband line and sends data from the internet cable to your Wi-Fi-connected devices.

How do I return my TalkTalk router?

If you would like to request a return, phone us on 0844 3711 011. Please have your order number and product serial number (you will find this on your products box) too hand when you call. We will then provide instructions on how to return the product.

What do I do with my old TalkTalk box?

You’ll see that TalkTalk has made it easy to recycle old TalkTalk products. But you may consider taking all your unwanted household electrical items, in one go, to your nearest recycling centre instead of using the post / courier systems just for the TalkTalk products.

What to do with unwanted routers?

What You Can Do With an Old RouterGuest Wi-Fi connection.Wireless repeater.Cheap internet radio.Use the old router as a network switch.Adapt it as a wireless bridge.Build a smart home hub.Convert your router into a NAS.Use an old router as a web server.More items…

How long is my Talk Talk Contract?

Call TalkTalk to find your contract end date Simply give them a call on 0345 1720088 between 8:00 am and 10:00 pm. They will ask you for a few security details (such as name, address, email and account number) but once you’re through they should be able to tell you when your contract ends.

What happens if I don’t return my Sky box?

If you don’t return this equipment within the time frame given, you’ll have to pay a Non-Return charge. We’ll contact you to let you know if you need to pay these charges and how much they are. Good to know: Not returning your equipment, and then not paying subsequent bills can affect your credit score.

Do you have to return your BT router?

How to return and recycle your BT equipment for free. You can help reduce the environmental impact of your BT equipment by sending it back to us. We’ll reuse some of the components and recycle the rest. You don’t need to return your equipment while the nation’s in lockdown due to Coronavirus.

What can I do with an old broadband router?

What You Can Do With an Old RouterGuest Wi-Fi connection.Wireless repeater.Cheap internet radio.Use the old router as a network switch.Adapt it as a wireless bridge.Build a smart home hub.Convert your router into a NAS.Use an old router as a web server.More items…