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Bethere broadband £40 quidco Plus £40 credit on bill

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BE are currently doing an offer whereby new customers can receive one of the following: £40 GAME vouchers A years subscription to T3 £40 credit on your bill. Combining this with the £40 quidco…
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
BE are currently doing an offer whereby new customers can receive one of the following:

£40 GAME vouchers
A years subscription to T3
£40 credit on your bill.

Combining this with the £40 quidco gives an £80 saving.

I wasnt sure if this would work with Quidco or not, due to having to use a voucher code to get the £40 credit as the quidco website USED to say that using voucher codes for Bethere may result in cashback being declined.

I phoned an operator who said this was not the case, but if I was worried he would arrange free connection, plus the £40 credit on the bill, giving a guaranteed £64 saving off the bill (for those that do not use, or are suspicious of Quidco)

For those that don't know, Bethere do an (up to) 24 meg package for £17.50 a month.

With this deal a year would work out

£154 for the quidco deal (£234 - (£40 + £40)) or £12.83 a month
£170 for the direct phone deal. or £14.16 a month

Not bad for (up to) 24 Meg connection with unlimited downloads.

They do also do other packages that are available with this offer.
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banned#1
no point as most of the bt lines cnt support more then 7-8 megs jus yet
#2
gR8_mUndA
no point as most of the bt lines cnt support more then 7-8 megs jus yet


You'd be surprised. I live in a pretty rural area outside of Preston and I thought "No way my exchange will be upgraded, we only got gas pipes out here less than 8 years ago and we're nowhere near having cable!!!" but sure enough they have upgraded my exchange and my number shows an indicated 17meg.

Give it a try, there's an exchange checker on their website.
#3
This is great, and was spot-on accurate for me

http://www.samknows.com/broadband/checker2.php
banned#4
Stradders
This is great, and was spot-on accurate for me

http://www.samknows.com/broadband/checker2.php


According to BT Wholesale, your phone line should be able to support a 4.5Mbps or greater ADSL connection via ADSL Max

this is for my CF11 postcode
#5
gR8_mUndA
According to BT Wholesale, your phone line should be able to support a 4.5Mbps or greater ADSL connection via ADSL Max

this is for my CF11 postcode


BE use ADSL2+, not ADSL1 (which is what BT offer and use to calculate).

BE do "local loop unbundling" so its their equipment not BT's in the exchange. I used to get 3-4mb on ADSL through a BT-supplied ISP, I can manage 10-11mb on BE.

The distance between you and the exchange is crucial with BE (and similar - e.g. Sky etc...) not what the BT checker says ;)
#6
i ordered yesterday and it tracked fine, says payment in april tho
#7
Was with B last year there customer service is Pants conection was okay but just check theer T+C's and when you do cancel make sure you do it twice(this is from my own personal experiance).........btw i live in the sticks and im now with sky and theres not much diference in speed but i am saving on cost's esp as its credit crunch time......
#8
chuf
Was with B last year there customer service is Pants conection was okay but just check theer T+C's and when you do cancel make sure you do it twice(this is from my own personal experiance).........btw i live in the sticks and im now with sky and theres not much diference in speed but i am saving on cost's esp as its credit crunch time......


hiya, what do you mean by do it twice as in ring twice to double check or do you have to ring up and write in?

thanks
#9
You should also consider o2 Broadband Premium if you want upto 20Mbps service via the shared o2/Be infrastructure - that's from £9.79/m ie £117.48 less £25 quidco = £92.48 for first year ie under £8/m IF you have an o2 mobile (or are prepared to get an o2 PAYG to top up, more if not!).
However o2 has a 12m commitment whereas Be's package mentioned above has only 3m commitment. Plenty of other differences too but the ADSL service is essentially the same though with sizeable cost differences - it all depends on what you want/value. I produce a summary comparing the two so you can focus in on which best suits you. Latest copy can be found at
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband
where you'll find a 2 page Adobe PDF (c170KB).

Back in Summer 2007 I was going Be... but decided to be bribed by AOL and laptop... but that was appaling for me and I left IMMEDIATELY in 7day cooling off by which time o2 had launched and were a better deal for what I wanted. Since then it's become more complex and the prices have varied a lot so they now offer 7 packages between them (they're both part of Telefonica group).
#10
brillangel;4252583
hiya, what do you mean by do it twice as in ring twice to double check or do you have to ring up and write in?

thanks

when i canceld i did it from there forum when u log in as a member i had a "ticket number" then when my contract ended they said i hadnt canceld and i had to pay for 3/4 of a month extra because i hadnt told them i was canceling even with the ticket number they wasnt intrested also had to ship the modem back to them with all leads otherwise i would be charged "
[FONT=Consolas]In order to avoid any misunderstandings we have to mention that that according to our Standard Terms and Conditions ‘Any Equipment not returned to us 28 days after the cancellation will be subject to a fee of £100’. [/FONT]
[FONT='Calibri','sans-serif']This is what we need you to return: the Be Box modem, the power supply, the filter and the cables"[/FONT]

[FONT='Calibri','sans-serif']Thats why i have no time for this merchants i thought BT were bad these were as bad but in a diffrent way............[/FONT]
#11
I was looking at this the other day, and also wondered about the quidco / voucher issue. Good post - H&R added.
#12
Been wanting to go with O2 or BE, but unfortunately can't get it where I live... also can't get cable or gas even. So in these credit crunch times we're pretty much ******ed because the government don't care about the people that live in the sticks and need to drive a car too because there are no buses... off point I know but wish I could get in on some of these bundled deals for broadband/phone/tv etc to save some money :(
#13
Be have been flawless for me in the 10 months I have been with them, and I love my 19.7Mbit connection, which gives me a constant 2 megabyte per second usenet download speed. Superb service, and a great offer to new customers. I just got the Quidders when i joined, but there was a £24 connection fee, so this might still apply ???
#14
I was with them when they started and they have been flawless for 2 years, and now i ordered for another house.

I think they are one of the best internet provviders, never had any problems

I've been with tiscall, bt, aol, bulldog, but bethere are by far the best
#15
Tronads
I just got the Quidders when i joined, but there was a £24 connection fee, so this might still apply ???


I knew I should have made the post a bit clearer!

What I was trying to get across is that you can get £40 quidco, £40 voucher and still pay connection £24.

OR

Free connection and £40 voucher (If you phone direct).

Obviously the first method is better value but the second method is guaranteed

Andy
#16
centaurandrew
I knew I should have made the post a bit clearer!

What I was trying to get across is that you can get £40 quidco, £40 voucher and still pay connection £24.

OR

Free connection and £40 voucher (If you phone direct).

Obviously the first method is better value but the second method is guaranteed

Andy

Andy, what exactly did u say to the operator to get the free connection?
phil
#17
I just said can I get £40 cashback through a third party website and £40 from you as well and he said "Yes but if you take it now I can give you free connection as well as the £40 credit".
#18
ThanksAndy, wll try it soon, hope they go for it ;-)

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