Black Friday BT Broadband Deal - 52mb Infinity + Calls £27.99/month all in - including £132 Quidco & £100 BT MCARD - HotUKDeals
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Black Friday BT Broadband Deal - 52mb Infinity + Calls £27.99/month all in - including £132 Quidco & £100 BT MCARD £335.00

£335.00 @ BT Broadband
This is CHEAPER than Virgin Media's 50mb. BT's Black Friday deal - available until Monday midnight. £27.99/month all in for UNLIMITED 52MB Fibre Broadband Includes - £132 Quidco and £100 Mast… Read More
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7m, 1d agoFound 7 months, 1 day ago
This is CHEAPER than Virgin Media's 50mb.

BT's Black Friday deal - available until Monday midnight.

£27.99/month all in for UNLIMITED 52MB Fibre Broadband

Includes - £132 Quidco and £100 Mastercard

Activation fee of £59.99 applies

I know we'll have the usual complaints - yes but I have to claim for the Mastercard and BT won't remind you! And??
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#1
If i already have this (bt infinity) but want to get this in wifeys name in same house , how do i go about it ?
1 Like #2
I wonder if I can easily schedule it to start in January when my 12 month Virgin contract expires.

Edited By: captainbeaky on Nov 24, 2016 19:12
#3
Heat added....I have just served my sentence with Utility Warehouse cowboys and am free to switch! :{
#4
taiko
If i already have this (bt infinity) but want to get this in wifeys name in same house , how do i go about it ?


It works with sky so can't see why it wouldn't work. You would have to give 30 days notice for ure contract though
1 Like #5
captainbeaky
I wonder if I can easily schedule it to start in January when my 12 month Virgin contract expires.

Just asked via chat and was told i could- choose latest date available and then in a few weeks time call up and leave it till later again.
#6
That is quite a good deal. I go out of contract Feb with EE but might pay up as recently only been getting 2mb download on fibre.
1 Like #7
taiko
If i already have this (bt infinity) but want to get this in wifeys name in same house , how do i go about it ?
Not sure if it will as they check the line number not the name. My contract with BT has just ended and I had to go somewhere else as the deal for existing customers is rubbish.
1 Like #8
Cheapasnowt
captainbeaky
I wonder if I can easily schedule it to start in January when my 12 month Virgin contract expires.
Just asked via chat and was told i could- choose latest date available and then in a few weeks time call up and leave it till later again.
I hope that wouldn't affect cashback which has to done "wholly" online.
2 Likes #9
Topcashback have this deal with the TV too for £29.99 but the cashback is £165.Plus pay the line rental upfront and save another £22.

Edited By: Dealface on Nov 24, 2016 19:56: added extra information
1 Like #10
captainbeaky
I wonder if I can easily schedule it to start in January when my 12 month Virgin contract expires.
yes you can, you name the changeover day,
#11
Is the BT sport on the topcashback deal free for 12 months or just 3 months not sure?
#12
This seems too good to be true! If you opt for the line rental saver, the discounts (cashback and mastercard) mean the monthly charge is something around £11.76pm. Unless I'm getting my calculations mixed up! Can anyone tell me what BT is like as an ISP compared to Plusnet (I know its the same company now)? ...and does the cashback always come through?
#13
Graham any idea how long the BT sport is free for? And 11.76 is correct after cash back and mastercard
#14
maisiejune
Graham any idea how long the BT sport is free for? And 11.76 is correct after cash back and mastercard
'3 months' it seems to state on the checkout process
#15
If you add the BT sports and starter TV for £2/month Quidco will jump up to £148 which means you're paying £8 for the year for BT Sports.
#16
And if someone knows how to combine a cable.co.uk link with Quidco then this link gets you a £40 M&S card too:

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/redir/300cb40f
#17
grahambeale
This seems too good to be true! If you opt for the line rental saver, the discounts (cashback and mastercard) mean the monthly charge is something around £11.76pm. Unless I'm getting my calculations mixed up! Can anyone tell me what BT is like as an ISP compared to Plusnet (I know its the same company now)? ...and does the cashback always come through?
£13.50+ per month including the £60 activation fee
1 Like #18
Good luck with any of their promotions. They still owe me £125 Quidco for broadband, £60 Quidco for a sim contract and another £45 Amazon voucher. Just chech out their one star Quidco reviews (there are loads of them). When you complain, Quidco just give you the normal copy and paste answer and BT customer services is a joke.
1 Like #19
urgurinder
grahambeale
This seems too good to be true! If you opt for the line rental saver, the discounts (cashback and mastercard) mean the monthly charge is something around £11.76pm. Unless I'm getting my calculations mixed up! Can anyone tell me what BT is like as an ISP compared to Plusnet (I know its the same company now)? ...and does the cashback always come through?
£13.50+ per month including the £60 activation fee

I don't think you added the line rental saver

Edited By: grahambeale on Nov 25, 2016 08:40
#20
topcat111
Good luck with any of their promotions. They still owe me £125 Quidco for broadband, £60 Quidco for a sim contract and another £45 Amazon voucher. Just chech out their one star Quidco reviews (there are loads of them). When you complain, Quidco just give you the normal copy and paste answer and BT customer services is a joke.

It states they normally track in 6 hours though?



Edited By: grahambeale on Nov 25, 2016 08:51: spelling
#21
grahambeale
urgurinder
grahambeale
This seems too good to be true! If you opt for the line rental saver, the discounts (cashback and mastercard) mean the monthly charge is something around £11.76pm. Unless I'm getting my calculations mixed up! Can anyone tell me what BT is like as an ISP compared to Plusnet (I know its the same company now)? ...and does the cashback always come through?
£13.50+ per month including the £60 activation fee
I don't think you added the line rental saver
Yes, I should have so it's £11.50/month which is very good although for me it'll still be close to £13 as I'll have to pay £31 for termination charge before wife can join as a new customer (_;)
#22
Aaa
grahambeale
topcat111
Good luck with any of their promotions. They still owe me £125 Quidco for broadband, £60 Quidco for a sim contract and another £45 Amazon voucher. Just chech out their one star Quidco reviews (there are loads of them). When you complain, Quidco just give you the normal copy and paste answer and BT customer services is a joke.
It states they normally track in 6 hours though?

All of mine tracked fine, but didn't do any good. BT are renowned for not paying out. Am going to cancel as soon as I can. My advice is look for the cheapest deal WITHOUT any cash back or gimmicks. Quidco are no help and the number of recent one star reviews for BT is alarming.
#23
topcat111
Aaa
grahambeale
topcat111
Good luck with any of their promotions. They still owe me £125 Quidco for broadband, £60 Quidco for a sim contract and another £45 Amazon voucher. Just chech out their one star Quidco reviews (there are loads of them). When you complain, Quidco just give you the normal copy and paste answer and BT customer services is a joke.
It states they normally track in 6 hours though?
All of mine tracked fine, but didn't do any good. BT are renowned for not paying out. Am going to cancel as soon as I can. My advice is look for the cheapest deal WITHOUT any cash back or gimmicks. Quidco are no help and the number of recent one star reviews for BT is alarming.


The Quidco site has been down for 2 hours now :(
#24
topcat111
Aaa
grahambeale
topcat111
Good luck with any of their promotions. They still owe me £125 Quidco for broadband, £60 Quidco for a sim contract and another £45 Amazon voucher. Just chech out their one star Quidco reviews (there are loads of them). When you complain, Quidco just give you the normal copy and paste answer and BT customer services is a joke.
It states they normally track in 6 hours though?
All of mine tracked fine, but didn't do any good. BT are renowned for not paying out. Am going to cancel as soon as I can. My advice is look for the cheapest deal WITHOUT any cash back or gimmicks. Quidco are no help and the number of recent one star reviews for BT is alarming.
Mine tracked and paid last year all fine so hoping it wont be any different this year if we did go with them again (on wife's name ie)
1 Like #25
Been out of contract for a while so was pretty excited when BT sent me an email with a special black friday offer.

50p off per month for Infinity 2 if I take another 12 month contract.
Wow thats generous. **** take
#26
I'm a little worried about getting both cashback and the mastercard deal when the terms state this:
Cashback users are not eligible for rewards, vouchers or other incentives offered on the retailer site
Can anyone reassure me that they have received both on this or previous deals?
#27
grahambeale
I'm a little worried about getting both cashback and the mastercard deal when the terms state this:
Cashback users are not eligible for rewards, vouchers or other incentives offered on the retailer site
Can anyone reassure me that they have received both on this or previous deals?

On the page where you apply for the mastercard reward card it states:
We’ll post your reward within 30 days if you’re successful

Thats made me a little more concerned
#28
Can't make the site out says £22 pm for standard broadband but when you get to check out its £32 what am I missing? Or am I just being a div X)

Edited By: scottydoobuy on Nov 25, 2016 21:32
1 Like #29
grahambeale
grahambeale
I'm a little worried about getting both cashback and the mastercard deal when the terms state this:
Cashback users are not eligible for rewards, vouchers or other incentives offered on the retailer site
Can anyone reassure me that they have received both on this or previous deals?
On the page where you apply for the mastercard reward card it states:
We’ll post your reward within 30 days if you’re successful
Thats made me a little more concerned
Last year I got my cash back from tcb + Amazon vouchers from BT, hope that helps
#30
urgurinder
grahambeale
grahambeale
I'm a little worried about getting both cashback and the mastercard deal when the terms state this:
Cashback users are not eligible for rewards, vouchers or other incentives offered on the retailer site
Can anyone reassure me that they have received both on this or previous deals?
On the page where you apply for the mastercard reward card it states:
We’ll post your reward within 30 days if you’re successful
Thats made me a little more concerned
Last year I got my cash back from tcb + Amazon vouchers from BT, hope that helps

Thats good to know. I read this on the topcashback terms which also reinforced what you said (even though I used quidco)
BT Reward card is not affiliated with TopCashback and therefore does not affect cashback eligibility
I have purchased now, so I guess I'll just have to wait a few weeks or months to find out.
#31
Purchased yesterday but hasn't tracked yet. Anybody else facing the same problem?
#32
reymundl
Purchased yesterday but hasn't tracked yet. Anybody else facing the same problem?
Mine tracked, but it took a good 6-8 hours.
#33
grahambeale
reymundl
Purchased yesterday but hasn't tracked yet. Anybody else facing the same problem?
Mine tracked, but it took a good 6-8 hours.

It has been more than 24 hours for me and nothing yet. Will try to get it sorted through support and if not possible, will just cancel.
#34
grahambeale
I'm a little worried about getting both cashback and the mastercard deal when the terms state this:
Cashback users are not eligible for rewards, vouchers or other incentives offered on the retailer site
Can anyone reassure me that they have received both on this or previous deals?
Yes I received both, had to chase up the mastercard which involved sending (if I remember) 2 emails.
Can't complain about the service, looking to ditch and switch as initial 12 months almost up. Will probably switch back in 12 months if they still have offers like this
#35
My BT contract ended at the beginning of last December 2015, but last day was actually middle of December.

If I applied for this now, selected a switchover / activation day for middle of December (so my 12 months is up with my current provider), will I be recognised / treated as a new customer OR will it only be from mid-Dec?
#36
I'm looking to get this is it best to through Quidco or TCB?
1 Like #37
D3adly
I'm looking to get this is it best to through Quidco or TCB?


In this case Quidco. Slightly better rate.
#38
grahambeale
D3adly
I'm looking to get this is it best to through Quidco or TCB?
In this case Quidco. Slightly better rate.

If Quidco pays out they would be the better rate. However, there are significant numbers of people (me included) who got NOTHING. So only take the deal if you can afford it without the promotion. PS I'm cancelling after a year and not coming back
#39
Why isn't this any hotter? Seems to be the cheapest for 12 months atm.
#40
dark_shadow
Why isn't this any hotter? Seems to be the cheapest for 12 months atm.
not sure. folk maybe worried about the cashback tracking?

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