£200 Quidco cash back + £60 Sainsburys voucher with BT TV + Infinity Broadband and Calls (new customers) - HotUKDeals
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20GB Package (38 Mb/s) 18 months
TV & Broadband: 6x £12.50 + 12x £22: £339
12 months line rental upfront: £159.84
6 months line rental: £95.94
Activation fee: £49
Total: £643.78

Unlimited Package (76 Mb/s) 18 months
TV & Broadband: 3x £25 + 15x £33: £570
12 months line rental upfront: £159.84
6 months line rental: £95.94
Activation fee: £35
Total: £860.78

Both packages come with a YouView+ box.
Cashback expires end of 20/7
BT deal expires end of 15/7
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#1
Thanks for flagging this up BubaMan

I think the other week the offer was a little better for Infinity Broadband and Calls only (which is what we are considering...) At that time it was £200 cashback plus £100 Sainsbury's voucher.
So it looks like it is worth just keeping an eye on the Quidco offers and see what is the best deal - if you can afford to wait!

This looks a good deal for the 'full monty' package to me - £260 off usual rate if the cashback tracks - looks from the comments on Quidco that it normally does :)
#2
Talk talks better by far for service, they honour what they say and they are cheaper, before the cashback even
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gox77
Talk talks better by far for service, they honour what they say and they are cheaper, before the cashback even
and when it all goes wrong, you can talk talk talk forever and it doesn't get fixed.
#4
the way they make infinity sound in the advets us a bit mis leading with claims like super fast and super dooper. 76mb/s for a maximum possible speed is a bit average in my opinion virgin can go twice that speed
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BT, Talk Talk, Virgin & Sky ALL have crap Customer Services So dont matter who you go with just keep your fingers crossed you never get a problem :p
#6
My experience of BT Broadband has been absolutely horrendous. Not sure why and the offshore call centre strangely always report everything operating correctly. I have more problems on an average day than I had with my previous provider (O2) in the entire 3+ years I was with them.

If I was looking now I'd ask what people in the same street were using successfully and base my decision on that.
#7
asiot
the way they make infinity sound in the advets us a bit mis leading with claims like super fast and super dooper. 76mb/s for a maximum possible speed is a bit average in my opinion virgin can go twice that speed
while i agree with you, they also cap your uploads and then throttle the speed down to unusable speeds, something they used to do with downloads but has since stopped. Now some of you will say its to stop peer to peer file sharing, and I agree and support efforts to stop p2p, however im not using p2p, im trying to upload files to another site as a backup on a personal basis. BT down cap uploads and downloads, virgin do because their network is creaking a the seams.
#8
bouncy99
gox77
Talk talks better by far for service, they honour what they say and they are cheaper, before the cashback even
and when it all goes wrong, you can talk talk talk forever and it doesn't get fixed.
They must be Yorkshire based, had two problems with them in almost three years, both resolved within 48 hours, mother is with BT it took them two weeks, four trips and three engineers to solve a related problem.
#9
gox77
bouncy99
gox77
Talk talks better by far for service, they honour what they say and they are cheaper, before the cashback even
and when it all goes wrong, you can talk talk talk forever and it doesn't get fixed.
They must be Yorkshire based, had two problems with them in almost three years, both resolved within 48 hours, mother is with BT it took them two weeks, four trips and three engineers to solve a related problem.
but talk talk rely on bt open reach when its not a problem with their own network all the way to the exchange. after the exchange to your house, its still all bt.
#10
True, but Talktalk have always got the BT engineers to me faster than BT do to their own customers, thats privatisation for you at its best lol.

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