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BT Basic + Broadband £9.95 a month. LINE RENTAL INCLUDED £29.85

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Lots of people went overboard when this was last posted ( I jest it went to -minus 200) and the good news is the deal is back. It's a specialist niche deal It's a specialist niche deal It's… Read More
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Lots of people went overboard when this was last posted ( I jest it went to -minus 200) and the good news is the deal is back.

It's a specialist niche deal

It's a specialist niche deal

It's a specialist niche deal

This deals is aimed at those on a low income to help them stay in touch and get on line.

and there is also link to training here

https://www.ukonlinecentres.com/running-your-centre/learning-sites-and-tools

It also aimed to help those looking for work to search for jobs on line.

I'm posting this with the hope that it will be of use with those people in mind.

BT Basic is a simple, low-cost phone service that is easy to understand and helps you keep in touch, even if money is a bit tight. If you are on a low income, BT Basic lets you make and receive calls – and helps you manage how much you spend.

What do you get with BT Basic + Broadband?

BT Basic + Broadband includes:

broadband with up to 16Mb/s download speed

10GB usage, which typically means you can:

browse the internet for up to 30 hours a month

stream up to ten hours of video a month

download one film (standard definition) and up to ten albums a month.

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unlimited wi-fi.

With BT Basic + Broadband, your broadband will cost £14.55 every three months. So, with your BT Basic line rental included, the total cost will be £29.85 for every three month period (that is £9.95 a month).

There is no connection charge for installing broadband, but there will be a postage and packaging charge for the BT Home Hub router that is needed for the broadband to work.

If you go over your broadband usage limit, a charge will apply. We will email you if you are close to going over the limit.
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#1
What's the prerequisites?
#2
K0YS
What's the prerequisites?


Good point...............I'll pop that below.

you can usually get BT Basic if you are claiming one of these benefits:

Income Support
Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance
Pensions Credit (Guaranteed Credit)
Employment and Support Allowance (Income related)
Universal Credit (and are on zero earnings).

You must be the named account holder to apply.

full details here

http://btplc.com/inclusion/ProductsAndServices/BTBasic/Whatdoyouget/index.htm
1 Like #3
With the unlimited wifi then surely you can just login to BT Openzone or whatever they call it now on your own home router and voila, no more 10gb limit (obviously the speed will slower than your full home speed but still...)
#4
meherenow
With the unlimited wifi then surely you can just login to BT Openzone or whatever they call it now on your own home router and voila, no more 10gb limit (obviously the speed will slower than your full home speed but still...)


i did that when renting a place. the broadband deal was limited but the router was giving off a btfon signal so I logged into that!
1 Like #5
tHIS is a good spot and a good deal .. no need to leave out those on a low income, not everybody can afford sky ultraHD @90 pm or Virgin Supaspeed for £140 . This would suit my mum who never uses broadband but handy for visitors etc so 10gb easily enuff.
#6
So if you're on benefits you get cheap phone and broadband, capped gas, electric and water bills. Cheap gym membership at council run facilities etc etc etc. Or you could work and pay full price for everything. Hmmmmm. choices choices.
#7
I think the idea is to help the elderly on a basic pension stay connected digitally, get good on line deals to keep their bills down, use hotdeals etc.

For single people on job seekers, it helps them in a similar way and this can then help them into employment.

for those of working age with disability I guess it is the same case as mention for older folk.
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japes
So if you're on benefits you get cheap phone and broadband, capped gas, electric and water bills. Cheap gym membership at council run facilities etc etc etc. Or you could work and pay full price for everything.

Hmmmmm. choices choices.

Be Careful what you wish for ;)

The majority of those on benefits haven't got 2 pennies to rub together , it is the small minority who seem to have lots of 'spare cash' to flaunt and my guess is that these people most likely have some other enterprise on the go to supplement (and probably dwarf) their measly benefit payments. ;)


Edited By: rooney10 on Oct 22, 2016 08:55
#9
rooney10
japes
So if you're on benefits you get cheap phone and broadband, capped gas, electric and water bills. Cheap gym membership at council run facilities etc etc etc. Or you could work and pay full price for everything.

Hmmmmm. choices choices.

Be Careful what you wish for ;)

The majority of those on benefits haven't got 2 pennies to rub together , it is the small minority who seem to have lots of 'spare cash' to flaunt and my guess is that these people most likely have some other enterprise on the go to supplement (and probably dwarf) their measly benefit payments. ;)


If you are truly on the bones of your ass you can make do without paying BT for broadband and line rental. There are cheap mobile sim deals for less than a tenner a month with enough inclusive minutes for job seeking etc and plenty of free WiFi in or near shops and establishments in urban areas plus internet access in libraries is free. Most of the low socio-economic towns in my area have a 'Bright House' so people can buy their ultra hd telly's they can't afford on credit. I couldn't do that when I got my first mortgage and the interest rates shot up to 15%. I believe in social security but still plenty of people milking it as there are rich people avoiding their contribution with tax dodges.

Edited By: gazdoubleu on Oct 22, 2016 09:24
#10
japes
So if you're on benefits you get cheap phone and broadband, capped gas, electric and water bills. Cheap gym membership at council run facilities etc etc etc. Or you could work and pay full price for everything. Hmmmmm. choices choices.
It pays to sit on your backside these days sadly, though i dont include everyone there are indeed genuine cases who need help.
1 Like #11
The heading is misleading as it is not clear what the £29.95 gets you; although the text of the posting does clarify it. It seems to be an internet deal only as no mention is made of any telephone service though line rental is mentioned. Some revision is needed for more clarity.

I did think this was an advertisement, the way its worded i.e. as if BT was posting it!
#12
RayB
The heading is misleading as it is not clear what the £29.95 gets you; although the text of the posting does clarify it. It seems to be an internet deal only as no mention is made of any telephone service though line rental is mentioned. Some revision is needed for more clarity.
I did think this was an advertisement, the way its worded i.e. as if BT was posting it!



Hi there Mr or Mrs Moderated changed the title and added the £29:00. I guess to show the cost over 3 months . Initial they changed it to show it over the year. but I take your point.

I think there is calls up to £4:50

full details are here

http://www.btplc.com/inclusion/ProductsAndServices/BTBasic/Whatdoyouget/index.htm



Edited By: Stags on Oct 22, 2016 17:50
#13
The deal is not back! Its not a deal its permanent! Don't dress this up as something its not
#14
gazdoubleu
rooney10
japes
So if you're on benefits you get cheap phone and broadband, capped gas, electric and water bills. Cheap gym membership at council run facilities etc etc etc. Or you could work and pay full price for everything.
Hmmmmm. choices choices.
Be Careful what you wish for ;)
The majority of those on benefits haven't got 2 pennies to rub together , it is the small minority who seem to have lots of 'spare cash' to flaunt and my guess is that these people most likely have some other enterprise on the go to supplement (and probably dwarf) their measly benefit payments. ;)
If you are truly on the bones of your ass you can make do without paying BT for broadband and line rental. There are cheap mobile sim deals for less than a tenner a month with enough inclusive minutes for job seeking etc and plenty of free WiFi in or near shops and establishments in urban areas plus internet access in libraries is free. Most of the low socio-economic towns in my area have a 'Bright House' so people can buy their ultra hd telly's they can't afford on credit. I couldn't do that when I got my first mortgage and the interest rates shot up to 15%. I believe in social security but still plenty of people milking it as there are rich people avoiding their contribution with tax dodges.

I'm not buddy , but thanks anyway ;)
#15
Hi Stags - know what you mean about the moderators - they have made errors on some of my postings! Thanks for the additional info.
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