17mb BT Broadband, Calls, TV. - £29.99pm / £59.99 up front £419.87 (less than £10 a month with poss cashback quidco exclusive) - HotUKDeals
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17mb BT Broadband, Calls, TV. - £29.99pm / £59.99 up front £419.87 (less than £10 a month with poss cashback quidco exclusive)

£419.87 @ Quidco
To get this insane cheap deal .... 17mb BT Broadband, Calls and TV you need to do the following. 1. Make Quidco account. 2. Use Quidco to get £150 cashback by clicking on the £150 cashback offer. … Read More
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To get this insane cheap deal .... 17mb BT Broadband, Calls and TV you need to do the following.

1. Make Quidco account.
2. Use Quidco to get £150 cashback by clicking on the £150 cashback offer.
3. A extra window will open and your visit to BT will be tracked.
4. Select BT Broadband, Calls and TV which totals at £29.99 a month with a £150 gift card.
5. Complete all transactions.
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#1
Cashback isn't 100% guaranteed, I done a similar offer and wasn't given cashback as I accepted a £100 gift card, so be careful if your depending on the cashback.
#2
I've never had cashback fail with BT (Although there is a first time). The gift card is separate from the cashback - you can get both, but cashback isn't 100% guaranteed.
#3
happymanuk
I've never had cashback fail with BT (Although there is a first time). The gift card is separate from the cashback - you can get both, but cashback isn't 100% guaranteed.

I have .... for a whopping £215 !!! , Had around £5000 cashback in total from TCB and around £2000 from Quidco so I have plenty of experience in clearing cookies etc.
In my case , the transaction tracked (all be it at a lower rate) , then moved to declined around 4 months later for no reason whatsoever !
I still have the BT contract and am tied in until September/October , at which point I am gone.

The service from BT has been good in terms of TV/Broadband /Line Rental etc but I am not staying with a company that has ripped me off by £215. In fact I would actually pay more to another supplier than stay with these crooks.
#4
rooney10
I have .... for a whopping £215 !!! , Had around £5000 cashback in total from TCB and around £2000 from Quidco so I have plenty of experience in clearing cookies etc.
In my case , the transaction tracked (all be it at a lower rate) , then moved to declined around 4 months later for no reason whatsoever !
I still have the BT contract and am tied in until September/October , at which point I am gone.
The service from BT has been good in terms of TV/Broadband /Line Rental etc but I am not staying with a company that has ripped me off by £215. In fact I would actually pay more to another supplier than stay with these crooks.

Luckily the ones I've had not pay out have only been a few pence - not the big ones. It is always a risk though. I'm with Virgin Media now - Got £15/month for tv, broadband and phone (including line rental), but when that ends I would be more than happy to go back to BT (if the deal is right).
#5
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
1 Like #6
£420 for the year and £300 total cashback. That makes it £10 pm...? Have i missed something?
#7
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out

its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.
#8
jchung07
£420 for the year and £300 total cashback. That makes it £10 pm...? Have i missed something?

Yup £10 a month+ £60 set up + chance cash back gets declined. Not as good as OP made out. Still £180 for 12 months.

Edited By: AStonedRaichu on Mar 16, 2017 17:15
1 Like #9
jchung07
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.

So how's it less than £1 a month
#10
AStonedRaichu
jchung07
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.
So how's it less than £1 a month

Nothing is less than £1 a month :p
Must be a typo - less than £10/month.
Even the sky non-fibre deal is £5.50/month.

Edited By: Firefly1 on Mar 16, 2017 17:17
#11
Firefly1
AStonedRaichu
jchung07
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.
So how's it less than £1 a month
Nothing is less than £1 a month :p
Must be a typo - less than £10/month.
Even the sky non-fibre deal is £5.50/month.

Can't even blame a typo as it's not even less than £10 a month. It works out a few pennies less than £14.99 a month
#12
AStonedRaichu
Firefly1
AStonedRaichu
jchung07
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.
So how's it less than £1 a month
Nothing is less than £1 a month :p
Must be a typo - less than £10/month.
Even the sky non-fibre deal is £5.50/month.
Can't even blame a typo as it's not even less than £10 a month. It works out a few pennies less than £14.99 a month

£419.87
-£150
-£150
= £119.87
= Less than £10 a month

Am I missing something?
#13
I need to go for the sky deal, not as good as the sky or plus net they had for free or better than free the other year.

rooney10
happymanuk
I've never had cashback fail with BT (Although there is a first time). The gift card is separate from the cashback - you can get both, but cashback isn't 100% guaranteed.
I have .... for a whopping £215 !!! , Had around £5000 cashback in total from TCB and around £2000 from Quidco so I have plenty of experience in clearing cookies etc.
In my case , the transaction tracked (all be it at a lower rate) , then moved to declined around 4 months later for no reason whatsoever !
I still have the BT contract and am tied in until September/October , at which point I am gone.
The service from BT has been good in terms of TV/Broadband /Line Rental etc but I am not staying with a company that has ripped me off by £215. In fact I would actually pay more to another supplier than stay with these crooks.
I had accumulated a fair bit of cash in topcashback and hadn't used it for a while when I tried logging in I couldnt, they had closed my acc without any warning whatsoever!
I was so gutted as this became my choice for gaining cash back, since I have reverted back to quidco and not used topcashback once since!
#14
Firefly1
AStonedRaichu
Firefly1
AStonedRaichu
jchung07
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.
So how's it less than £1 a month
Nothing is less than £1 a month :p
Must be a typo - less than £10/month.
Even the sky non-fibre deal is £5.50/month.
Can't even blame a typo as it's not even less than £10 a month. It works out a few pennies less than £14.99 a month
£419.87
-£150
-£150
= £119.87
= Less than £10 a month
Am I missing something?
Yes, Raichu's stoned:D
#15
Ps Rooney how on earth have you managed 7000 cash back what did you purchase a house?
#16
AStonedRaichu
jchung07
AStonedRaichu
£59.99 set up fee appears at check out
its £30 pm x 12 = £360 + the £60 activation fee hence it makes it c£420 which is in the title.
So how's it less than £1 a month
see my post above....saying there maybe a calculation issue.

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