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BT 17Mb Broadband and line rental for12m x £23.99 = £287.88 Plus £9.99 upfront fees (possible £12.32 per month after cashback.) @ BT

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Go through Quidco to BT. Until Wed 19 April, BT broadband newbies can get a one-year contract for line rent & up-to-17Mb speed unlimited. The deal's available to 99% of the UK – you're told if Read More
Go through Quidco to BT. Until Wed 19 April, BT broadband newbies can get a one-year contract for line rent & up-to-17Mb speed unlimited. The deal's available to 99% of the UK – you're told if
cms4444 Avatar1w, 21h agoFound 1 week, 21 hours ago23 Comments
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jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days

Some of us can only get a maximum due to the distance from the exchange ... mine's about 5.2 Mb with ANY provider. With 40 Mb fibre I was getting 13 Mb.
nougat
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days
17mbps is adequate,
I stream movies and watch live football with no problems at all.
I've had BT *up to* 54mbps for 1 year but the wireless is much lower, even speed testing with my phone sat on the infinity box. I've spent all year faffing with channels while my nowtv/Netflix drops out (iplayer is worst of all) It hasn't copped with 4 devices at all. I cant imagine what up to 17mbps would be like for me.
And now I've come to renew they want £23.99 plus £200+ line rental. Even the operator in retentions apologised lol
Bye bye BT
This issue should be reported to Openreach, it's not a network provider problem.
If that's the case, which it may well be, why did I never have an issue with talk talk?
And also, how would open reach affect the efficacy of the BT wireless signal? It comes in at 54mbps as tested by a wired laptop then my phone tests the wireless signal, sat on top of the box and it drops to 20mbps at best. BT tell me it's their most up to date box too
That doesn't make any sense the router will be IEEE 802.11 ac and any decent phone over the last 4 years would have the ac standard which is capable of up to 1000 mbit/sec (125 MB/sec) which is easily able to transmit the way slower internet connection of 54Mbps (60 Meg (Mbps) = 7.25 MB/sec)
You say you have changed channels but I would put my money on some kind of interference if it is dropping out completely or a faulty router.
also BT do score higher on the connection figures
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/images/news/7688-ofcom-package-analysis-thumb.png


Can only assume it's a faulty router then. That would make most sense. I was testing on an s6 and my husbands note 4. I would change channel, the wireless signal would increase for a period before playing up again. I've given up with it now.
To be fair, our house is a signal blackspot for most mobile signals tho. We're with ee using a signal booster box. I'd guess this could also be the issue but talk talk were fine for 8+years.
Either way, I'm searching for a new provider this month because of their rubbish retentions 'offer' X)
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days
17mbps is adequate,
I stream movies and watch live football with no problems at all.
I've had BT *up to* 54mbps for 1 year but the wireless is much lower, even speed testing with my phone sat on the infinity box. I've spent all year faffing with channels while my nowtv/Netflix drops out (iplayer is worst of all) It hasn't copped with 4 devices at all. I cant imagine what up to 17mbps would be like for me.
And now I've come to renew they want £23.99 plus £200+ line rental. Even the operator in retentions apologised lol
Bye bye BT
This issue should be reported to Openreach, it's not a network provider problem.
If that's the case, which it may well be, why did I never have an issue with talk talk?
And also, how would open reach affect the efficacy of the BT wireless signal? It comes in at 54mbps as tested by a wired laptop then my phone tests the wireless signal, sat on top of the box and it drops to 20mbps at best. BT tell me it's their most up to date box too
That doesn't make any sense the router will be IEEE 802.11 ac and any decent phone over the last 4 years would have the ac standard which is capable of up to 1000 mbit/sec (125 MB/sec) which is easily able to transmit the way slower internet connection of 54Mbps (60 Meg (Mbps) = 7.25 MB/sec)
You say you have changed channels but I would put my money on some kind of interference if it is dropping out completely or a faulty router.
also BT do score higher on the connection figures
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/images/news/7688-ofcom-package-analysis-thumb.png

Edited By: nougat on Apr 18, 2017 12:49
mcormack
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days
17mbps is adequate,
I stream movies and watch live football with no problems at all.
I've had BT *up to* 54mbps for 1 year but the wireless is much lower, even speed testing with my phone sat on the infinity box. I've spent all year faffing with channels while my nowtv/Netflix drops out (iplayer is worst of all) It hasn't copped with 4 devices at all. I cant imagine what up to 17mbps would be like for me.
And now I've come to renew they want £23.99 plus £200+ line rental. Even the operator in retentions apologised lol
Bye bye BT
This issue should be reported to Openreach, it's not a network provider problem.


If that's the case, which it may well be, why did I never have an issue with talk talk?
And also, how would open reach affect the efficacy of the BT wireless signal? It comes in at 54mbps as tested by a wired laptop then my phone tests the wireless signal, sat on top of the box and it drops to 20mbps at best. BT tell me it's their most up to date box too
Awful service, low speed, line drops, frequent price hikes, unethical and rude customer service........list can go on!!
Able to leave from the bunch of cowboys and never ever back again!
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BT Total Entertainment + Unlimited Infinity 1 (52Mbps) - £43.99 per month for 12 months / £59.99 setup fee + £150 prepaid MasterCard reward £587.87

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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: **BT Total Entertainment** - 1TB Youview+ Box (recently updated to new HTML5 interface) - Full BT Sports HD package with dedicated 4K channel - Complete Freeview HD library + 6… Read More
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: **BT Total Entertainment** - 1TB Youview+ Box (recently updated to new HTML5 interface) - Full BT Sports HD package with dedicated 4K channel - Complete Freeview HD library + 6…
tom5201 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Channel selection is very poor, quality of box and remote is cheap. Menu system takes a bit of getting used to, not quite as friendly as some. Mine is pretty unreliable, box crashes quite often (although they state there is nothing wrong with it). I have the option 2 fibre, and it cant cope as well as the equivalent sky speed (seems to have a major conflict when my son is watching Netflix through his xbox, everything else just buffers).
Good for the HD/4K channels, but as soon as your reduced price is up, get rid of it.
rooney10
Inclusive of line rental I assume ?
Yes. Quite a lot of blues... I've already ordered mine!
Inclusive of line rental I assume ?
kab600
My "52mb" is currently 5-10. Will be leaving them in a month. They also reneged on the initial deal I booked online - said they'd only respect the terms if I took 18 months rather than the 12 which was the deal, which was straightforward breach of contract. Awful company which give Vodafone a good name.


Just to add balance, my unlimited 76mb runs between 60-66. This costs me £18 a month with free weekend calls. My dealings with customer services has, on the whole, been straight forward.
My "52mb" is currently 5-10. Will be leaving them in a month. They also reneged on the initial deal I booked online - said they'd only respect the terms if I took 18 months rather than the 12 which was the deal, which was straightforward breach of contract. Awful company which give Vodafone a good name.
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BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls all for £13.15pm after c/back - £28.99 pm (£59.99 fees cover activation + Smart Hub router) but £150 Mastercard and £100 TCB reduces potentially to £13.15 pm

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Another extremely well priced deal (new customers only) from BT for a 12 month contract - just £13.15 per month (after cashback) and that includes unlimited 'superfast' fibre broadband, line rental an… Read More
Another extremely well priced deal (new customers only) from BT for a 12 month contract - just £13.15 per month (after cashback) and that includes unlimited 'superfast' fibre broadband, line rental an…
Newbold Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago56 Comments
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maj2509
tricia31
I didn't realise you had to claim your reward via there website. I followed the link https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card
& clicked on claim the reward & I got a text saying the card will be delivered within 30 days :)
Following this link wont help either. It takes you to the same website. I had my service activated 4 days ago. I tried claiming the Mastercard and had message saying I am not eligible. I called and BT will get back to me wihin 5 days. 2 hours on the phone though :(

It's a shame it didn't work for you, it worked for me. If it helps only 1 person get the gift card it's worth posting. :)
tricia31
I didn't realise you had to claim your reward via there website. I followed the link https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card
& clicked on claim the reward & I got a text saying the card will be delivered within 30 days :)
Following this link wont help either. It takes you to the same website. I had my service activated 4 days ago. I tried claiming the Mastercard and had message saying I am not eligible. I called and BT will get back to me wihin 5 days. 2 hours on the phone though :(
I didn't realise you had to claim your reward via there website. I followed the link https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card
& clicked on claim the reward & I got a text saying the card will be delivered within 30 days :)
RUSNAFU
kharma45
tricia31
Has anyone had there quidco cash back paid or received their MasterCard yet?
I went through TCB and it tracked but for the MasterCard it's showing on their website as no reward being attached to my account.
Same here, I called BT today as there had been an issue with Virgin releasing my number. The Mastercard reward wasn't showing on the account and wouldn't have been paid. The Topcashback had tracked though!
I've had to cancel the order with BT and they advised re-ordering. The Mastercard is now £125 and the monthly price has increased to £34.99.
Not quite the offer I was expecting....
EDIT;
I've ordered again through Uswitch with the £28.99 p/m still available and a £125 mastercard and £40 M&S voucher.
We try again....

I gave them a call and the fella said that he'd had quite a few calls about it over the weekend. He said mine was attached to the account fwiw. I'll check again in a week or two.
kharma45
tricia31
Has anyone had there quidco cash back paid or received their MasterCard yet?
I went through TCB and it tracked but for the MasterCard it's showing on their website as no reward being attached to my account.

Same here, I called BT today as there had been an issue with Virgin releasing my number. The Mastercard reward wasn't showing on the account and wouldn't have been paid. The Topcashback had tracked though!
I've had to cancel the order with BT and they advised re-ordering. The Mastercard is now £125 and the monthly price has increased to £34.99.
Not quite the offer I was expecting....
EDIT;
I've ordered again through Uswitch with the £28.99 p/m still available and a £125 mastercard and £40 M&S voucher.
We try again....

Edited By: RUSNAFU on Apr 24, 2017 17:12: Additional info
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Infinity BT Broadband + Calls + TV £29.49 12 months contract (potentially £12.82) - total cost: £423.87

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BT Infinity Broadband + Calls + TV 12 months contract Online exclusive Starter TV + Unlimited Infinity 1 + calls Select starter TV package £0 will show up the broadband unlimited infinity 1 pack f… Read More
BT Infinity Broadband + Calls + TV 12 months contract Online exclusive Starter TV + Unlimited Infinity 1 + calls Select starter TV package £0 will show up the broadband unlimited infinity 1 pack f…
fishyfish Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago18 Comments
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dush_yant
octocon
Is anyone having massive problems trying to buy BT infinity. I get as far as the bit that says enter your address and tell them how long you've lived there... then it keeps saying there's a technical issue and call customer services to continue.
However, if I did that quidco won't work so it defeats the purpose.
I have used different browsers, different computers on different networks, didn't re-direct via quidco just to test it and the same result.
That section is used to do a credit check on you. Is your post code new? Or did you type in your address manually (I can't remember if that's even an option) as this could cause a problem, let it find your street name automatically by entering your post code and then just select your house number.
Or maybe you need to be at your current address for 3+ years and the system doesn't support adding multiple addresses to cover 3 years for credit check, which means you will have to call?

Ahhh... it probably because I only recently moved in... bah... can't use quidco :/
dush_yant
If I choose the BT Mobile sim addon at checkout, could this risk the cashback since there is no cashback listed for BT Infinity + TV + SIMO?
Yup it did!
octocon
Is anyone having massive problems trying to buy BT infinity. I get as far as the bit that says enter your address and tell them how long you've lived there... then it keeps saying there's a technical issue and call customer services to continue.
However, if I did that quidco won't work so it defeats the purpose.
I have used different browsers, different computers on different networks, didn't re-direct via quidco just to test it and the same result.
That section is used to do a credit check on you. Is your post code new? Or did you type in your address manually (I can't remember if that's even an option) as this could cause a problem, let it find your street name automatically by entering your post code and then just select your house number.
Or maybe you need to be at your current address for 3+ years and the system doesn't support adding multiple addresses to cover 3 years for credit check, which means you will have to call?


Edited By: dush_yant on Apr 12, 2017 08:46
Is anyone having massive problems trying to buy BT infinity. I get as far as the bit that says enter your address and tell them how long you've lived there... then it keeps saying there's a technical issue and call customer services to continue.

However, if I did that quidco won't work so it defeats the purpose.

I have used different browsers, different computers on different networks, didn't re-direct via quidco just to test it and the same result.
If I choose the BT Mobile sim addon at checkout, could this risk the cashback since there is no cashback listed for BT Infinity + TV + SIMO?
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52mb BT Unlimited Infinity 1 Fibre Broadband + Weekend Calls + Line Rental (12 months) - £413.87 with £125 reward card + £120 Quidco = £168.87 (effectively £14.07/m)

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Resubmitted with correct cashback... I've just switched to BT and their switching and broadband services have been very good. With a reward card of £125 and £120 Quidco, it makes great sense to Read More
Resubmitted with correct cashback... I've just switched to BT and their switching and broadband services have been very good. With a reward card of £125 and £120 Quidco, it makes great sense to
BubaMan Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago63 Comments
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avid.fan
My experience has gone bad to worse...stilla cease order on my line according to Sky, no orders on there according to BT.

BT actually transferred me to Openreach so they could identify who placed the order, and was immediately told my Openreach that they are unable, under regulations, to provide ANY details to the actual account holders! Currently banging head against a wall.


Sounds awful, if you need to find an alternative provider check out my post http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/virgin-media-150mbps-internet-only-23-25-p-m-12-months-279-no-phone-line-required-2659138 . I started the post for internet only but if you read through the comments, some people have found some incredible deals at Virgin.
My experience has gone bad to worse...stilla cease order on my line according to Sky, no orders on there according to BT.

BT actually transferred me to Openreach so they could identify who placed the order, and was immediately told my Openreach that they are unable, under regulations, to provide ANY details to the actual account holders! Currently banging head against a wall.
Anyone knows how long after the service activation is the quidco cashback paid?
dush_yant
Weirdy
I got this yesterday.
12 Month BT Infinity 1 Fibre Unlimited, Was £29.50 minus £155 Quidco cashback (already tracking), £125 Reward card from BT = £6.16pm + £70 setup/install = £11.99
Im happy enough assuming everything goes to plan.
Got similar yesterday. And found out the reward got increased to £150 today..... not worth cancelling and reordering though for an extra £15 as it may cause a cease order to be put on the line like avid.fan commented?

avid.fan
dush_yant
Weirdy
I got this yesterday.
12 Month BT Infinity 1 Fibre Unlimited, Was £29.50 minus £155 Quidco cashback (already tracking), £125 Reward card from BT = £6.16pm + £70 setup/install = £11.99
Im happy enough assuming everything goes to plan.
Got similar yesterday. And found out the reward got increased to £150 today..... not worth cancelling and reordering though for an extra £15 as it may cause a cease order to be put on the line like avid.fan commented?
No, don't go there...annoying thing for me is that BT made the cock up, I didn't cancel. I spoke to both Sky and BT today...BT says order was cancelled last week...Sky says order is still there. I'm stuck in the middle and can do nothing to shift it :(


I think the monthly cost went up too so we got the better deal I think....
dush_yant
Weirdy
I got this yesterday.
12 Month BT Infinity 1 Fibre Unlimited, Was £29.50 minus £155 Quidco cashback (already tracking), £125 Reward card from BT = £6.16pm + £70 setup/install = £11.99
Im happy enough assuming everything goes to plan.
Got similar yesterday. And found out the reward got increased to £150 today..... not worth cancelling and reordering though for an extra £15 as it may cause a cease order to be put on the line like avid.fan commented?

No, don't go there...annoying thing for me is that BT made the cock up, I didn't cancel. I spoke to both Sky and BT today...BT says order was cancelled last week...Sky says order is still there. I'm stuck in the middle and can do nothing to shift it :(
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BT Sport via Sky box Free for 6 Months and 3 months free HD then £22.99 per month

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For anyone who's a fan of BT Sport, I received an email offering Free for 6 months then £22.99 per month from month 7 onwards of what I can presume on a 12 month contract. Basically works out 1/2 pric… Read More
For anyone who's a fan of BT Sport, I received an email offering Free for 6 months then £22.99 per month from month 7 onwards of what I can presume on a 12 month contract. Basically works out 1/2 pric…
mmurdoch Avatar4w, 20h agoFound 4 weeks, 20 hours ago12 Comments
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mobily
Sambat
mmurdoch
Sambat
I only pay £5 for mine, no contract.
What on a sky box?
Do you have BT broadband
On a BT box, got rid of Sky before Christmas, now about a grand a year better off.
How are you a grand better off a year? Surely you need to pay BT something per month for BB and TV? I'd be interested to know how you have saved so much so I can do the same!
Because I now don't pay ridiculously high prices to Sky, And negotiated a low price for both broadband and BT tv. Also now saving more after to switching mobiles to cheaper discounted rate.
Sambat
mmurdoch
Sambat
I only pay £5 for mine, no contract.
What on a sky box?
Do you have BT broadband
On a BT box, got rid of Sky before Christmas, now about a grand a year better off.

How are you a grand better off a year? Surely you need to pay BT something per month for BB and TV? I'd be interested to know how you have saved so much so I can do the same!
Sambat
mmurdoch
Sambat
I only pay £5 for mine, no contract.
What on a sky box?
Do you have BT broadband
On a BT box, got rid of Sky before Christmas, now about a grand a year better off.


Ah thought so.
mmurdoch
Sambat
I only pay £5 for mine, no contract.
What on a sky box?
Do you have BT broadband
On a BT box, got rid of Sky before Christmas, now about a grand a year better off.
Sambat
I only pay £5 for mine, no contract.


What on a sky box?
Do you have BT broadband
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Retention - BT Infinity 1 broadband + weekend calls & line rental £25.99 pm existing customers, 24 month contract £623.76

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I am currently a BT customer and my prices are rising in April by £2.50 per month from £28.99 to £31.49 for Infinity 1 (up to 53 mb and unlimited) + line rental + weekend calls. So oddly today I got a… Read More
I am currently a BT customer and my prices are rising in April by £2.50 per month from £28.99 to £31.49 for Infinity 1 (up to 53 mb and unlimited) + line rental + weekend calls. So oddly today I got a…
andiwall Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago20 Comments
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I took out ( New Customer Infinity BT Broadband + Calls ) on the 21st of March 2017 with TopCashBack at the last moment of BTs deal and I completed the order though TCB with BT but I added on the £8.99 Unlimited Anytime Calls, but I am a bit confused, I don't know if it was compulsory for me to add on the Unlimited Anytime Calls, because I saw the + Calls bit on TCB I thought I had to add the Calls onto my package or was it ?? If this add on was not compulsory I don't know if I would lose the CashBack from TopCashBack if I ask BT to remove it, I have asked TCB but no reply yet, Has anybody else done this.
Virgin media are doing a 12 month contract (Broadband,line rental and talk weekends) for £25 / Month.

There's a £14.99 activation fee as well.

It's available on uswitch.com
Thanks OP, for me this was HOT as I had good deals with BT on my sports/TV and mobile, but not on the broadband. They would not give me anything when I said I was leaving, and I would have lost my discounts on the sports/mobile if I moved, so I tried your deal. Still said no but a bit of insistence that I had this email and they eventually honoured it. It is true the new customer deal appears better, but that's for 12 months. Over 24 months then the costs work out similar. Of course you may get another good deal after 12 months and 'win again', but with this you know what it will cost for 24 months (subject to the usual unplanned price increases as its a commercial profit based system which is to complex for simple competition to work well, and a weak regulator). I know some don't like 24 month deals or BT, so there are lots of reason to vote cold. But for some, (well me and at least another poster!), this was good. Thanks again.
nightmair23
I received this too. Only signed up in December at £27.99 for Infinity 1 + line rental + weekend calls. That was the Black Friday deal at the time. So £25.99 all in is a no brainer and a saving for me. The BT hub gives full wifi coverage so what's not to like?!
Oh and I've had great support from BT when I had an issue with phone line, so it's the usual BT bashing which takes the shine off this. Rated it HOT.

Thanks, I kinda knew I was on to a loser when I posted it but it may help some and that's what HUKD is about, appreciate the warmth though 8)
Or you can go in as a new customer by signing up in your partners name and get last weeks deal , which would be around £13 on a 12 month contract.
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (52mb, unlimited usage), TV and phoneline package £417.87 (+ £200 prepaid Total 12 months £217.87)

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Hi all, This is my first deal so please be gently. I know there are a few BT deals out there at the moment but they have missed out the cashback. By going through quidco you can get £160 cashbac… Read More
Hi all, This is my first deal so please be gently. I know there are a few BT deals out there at the moment but they have missed out the cashback. By going through quidco you can get £160 cashbac…
tj200 Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago22 Comments
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Anyone know hot BT sport works?
It says free until July, do you then suddenly get charged for it.
The web page says free to broadband customer so a bit confused.
djames108
rooney10
tj200
Sambat
tj200
bloooo
Cashback is not guaranteed so you need to remove it from the price
Sorry not too knowledgeable about cash back but if you meet the terms and conditions of the offer then surely they can't deny you cash back?
It does say on quidco that you can get both the reward card and the cash back.
Nope, half the time BT say you never claimed. I only got mine because I took screenshots.
Out of interest what page did you screenshot? So I can do the same for when I apply later.
The steps we are prepared to go to to protect ourselves from fraudulent companies such as BT .... another reason for voting cold right there ;)
The headline costing in this deal is great for what you get and I would not be surprised if this was by far the best deal out there right now in terms of price.
You have to ask yourself then , Why has this gotten so cold ?? I only voted cold once I can assure you and temp didn't drop by more than a couple of degrees !
The reason behind the cold votes isn't because this is available elsewhere any cheaper , its because you would be dealing with BT who have a long hostory when it comes to cheating their customers , offering poor quality indian call centres to 'resolve' any issues , overcharging on your monthly bills (This is an ongoing job you need to do every month so make a note in your diaries allow some time for this as their bills can be quite confusing) and randomly cheating you out of cashback / incentive deals that you were entitled to ;)
didnt answer the question tho..... (_;)

My point is , you shouldn't need it ;) .

If common sense is applied , screenshots taken from any advertisement on their site showing the offer prior to you signing up will suffice.
Keep them safe in a folder for when you need to supply the crooks with your 'evidence' , good luck ;)
Moved to BT after 7 years with TalkTalk - immediately had issues with the router they sent out, overseas call centre did not understand issue and admitted they're only able to assist with basically restarting routers, struggled to speak with someone in UK complaints who also didn't understand and passed be through to technical team who cut me off, another struggle to get back to UK complaints team who repeated putting me through to technical team and told me once resolved we could look at compensation...still waiting for compensation and complaints to get back after two months!
rooney10
tj200
Sambat
tj200
bloooo
Cashback is not guaranteed so you need to remove it from the price
Sorry not too knowledgeable about cash back but if you meet the terms and conditions of the offer then surely they can't deny you cash back?
It does say on quidco that you can get both the reward card and the cash back.
Nope, half the time BT say you never claimed. I only got mine because I took screenshots.
Out of interest what page did you screenshot? So I can do the same for when I apply later.

The steps we are prepared to go to to protect ourselves from fraudulent companies such as BT .... another reason for voting cold right there ;)

The headline costing in this deal is great for what you get and I would not be surprised if this was by far the best deal out there right now in terms of price.
You have to ask yourself then , Why has this gotten so cold ?? I only voted cold once I can assure you and temp didn't drop by more than a couple of degrees !
The reason behind the cold votes isn't because this is available elsewhere any cheaper , its because you would be dealing with BT who have a long hostory when it comes to cheating their customers , offering poor quality indian call centres to 'resolve' any issues , overcharging on your monthly bills (This is an ongoing job you need to do every month so make a note in your diaries allow some time for this as their bills can be quite confusing) and randomly cheating you out of cashback / incentive deals that you were entitled to ;)





didnt answer the question tho..... (_;)
tj200
Sambat
tj200
bloooo
Cashback is not guaranteed so you need to remove it from the price
Sorry not too knowledgeable about cash back but if you meet the terms and conditions of the offer then surely they can't deny you cash back?
It does say on quidco that you can get both the reward card and the cash back.
Nope, half the time BT say you never claimed. I only got mine because I took screenshots.
Out of interest what page did you screenshot? So I can do the same for when I apply later.

The steps we are prepared to go to to protect ourselves from fraudulent companies such as BT .... another reason for voting cold right there ;)

The headline costing in this deal is great for what you get and I would not be surprised if this was by far the best deal out there right now in terms of price.
You have to ask yourself then , Why has this gotten so cold ?? I only voted cold once I can assure you and temp didn't drop by more than a couple of degrees !
The reason behind the cold votes isn't because this is available elsewhere any cheaper , its because you would be dealing with BT who have a long hostory when it comes to cheating their customers , offering poor quality indian call centres to 'resolve' any issues , overcharging on your monthly bills (This is an ongoing job you need to do every month so make a note in your diaries allow some time for this as their bills can be quite confusing) and randomly cheating you out of cashback / incentive deals that you were entitled to ;)




Edited By: rooney10 on Mar 20, 2017 17:50: typo
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Part of this deal.. If you want infinity then go to this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/unlimited-infinity-1-52mb-unlimited-weekend-calls-200-mastercard-reward-prepay-card-2635206 Some peo… Read More
Part of this deal.. If you want infinity then go to this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/unlimited-infinity-1-52mb-unlimited-weekend-calls-200-mastercard-reward-prepay-card-2635206 Some peo…
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Hi I've just signed up to this deal, broadband, & tv. £28.99 pm though Quidco, does this mean I will get the £200 gc & the cash back £130 through Quidco as well ? Sorry new to this thank you
Beware BT will charge you over 30 pounds so call disconnection fee even your contract finished with them long time ago, it was what happen to me last month.
My contract with virgin media is too expensive but it's better than this!
moorjock
Also if you recieve any boxes from them and you leave before two years you will have to pay for them, (regardless of the fact that you pay a 'nominal' fee for them when you take delivery, also they will send you a threateningly worded letter asking you to return the items to them, when you re read it it is only seggesting you send it pack to them). Cashback last year paid out after three months, after i cancelled my one year contract after 11 months and two weeks, having paid line rental up front i have received my final amount to payback which is £128 . Regardless of the fact they put up my charges twice in the year and charged me for services i didnt have i could not wait to be away from them, constantly dropping signal and disconnecting, fluctuating constantly, and getting disconnected by their 'help' team numerous times. Would never go back to BT again, old boys network of robbers


You can just quit penalty free next time they up the price, which knowing BT will only be a few months down the line.

Then they cannot charge anything for equipment and it is yours to keep.
stbk
If any help I signed up for the 52Mb Fiber deal just before Christmas.
I had £125 on a pre paid credit card, and £50 cash back total £175.
The service is very good with no issues, and I often do a speed check and get the full speed at all times.


Me too. I actually get 54mb so no complaints here
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (52Mb) + Unlimited Weekend Calls + £200 Mastercard Reward Prepay card + £50 EXTRA cheque £28.99 (£407.87 12mo inclusive of setup fee - £13.16pm after reduction) @ BT.com

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This is an even better deal deal than posted earlier, as you get an additional £50 cashback from BT. So, in a nutshell: You will get: BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (up to 52Mb - unlimited usage, no ca…
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Do you have to order the £200 mastercard seperately to the £50 cash back one?

Correct.
Do you have to order the £200 mastercard seperately to the £50 cash back one?
saw links for £200 master card and £50 cash back on Moneysaving website but now is gone, anyone still keep the links?
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fwiw, I originally saw the deal link at moneysavingexpert for the £200 reward and £50 cashback, and noticed a 'cable.co.uk' logo in top right corner when arriving at the bt.com website.

Here is the cashback link quoted by moneysavingexpert:
https://www.broadbandbenefits.co.uk/cashback/
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Unlimited Infinity 1 (52mb) + Unlimited Weekend Calls + £200 Mastercard Reward Prepay card £28.99 (£407.87 12mo incl setup fee - Possible £17.32pm after prepay deduction!) @ BT.com *More in OP*

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zonecrew
Spoke to one of the mods on the BT Customer Care forums who told me that i should purchase my own router to alieviate wifi connection issues. Suggested one for £29.99 from Argos, even they know how bad the HH6 is! Unbelievable.
I have made one phone call to BT about another matter and lets just say i thought Talk Talk were bad, the operative just kept telling me something off a script for 45 mins and telling me that i was doing something wrong. Eventually she hung up.
Jeez, BT where did it all go wrong!!
Keep having to remind myself that i am gettting it on the cheap and feeling sorry for those paying inflated prices for this shower of sh*t
I've downgraded to the HH5, much better, but still has some odd WiFi behaviour.
Tempted to use my old plusnet router.
How can BT be this bad?
I'm not at all sure it is. I used it without any problem at all whilst I was with BT.
zonecrew
Spoke to one of the mods on the BT Customer Care forums who told me that i should purchase my own router to alieviate wifi connection issues. Suggested one for £29.99 from Argos, even they know how bad the HH6 is! Unbelievable.
I have made one phone call to BT about another matter and lets just say i thought Talk Talk were bad, the operative just kept telling me something off a script for 45 mins and telling me that i was doing something wrong. Eventually she hung up.
Jeez, BT where did it all go wrong!!
Keep having to remind myself that i am gettting it on the cheap and feeling sorry for those paying inflated prices for this shower of sh*t

I've downgraded to the HH5, much better, but still has some odd WiFi behaviour.
Tempted to use my old plusnet router.

How can BT be this bad?
Spoke to one of the mods on the BT Customer Care forums who told me that i should purchase my own router to alieviate wifi connection issues. Suggested one for £29.99 from Argos, even they know how bad the HH6 is! Unbelievable.
I have made one phone call to BT about another matter and lets just say i thought Talk Talk were bad, the operative just kept telling me something off a script for 45 mins and telling me that i was doing something wrong. Eventually she hung up.
Jeez, BT where did it all go wrong!!
Keep having to remind myself that i am gettting it on the cheap and feeling sorry for those paying inflated prices for this shower of sh*t
djseaton
nictry
m1keyp1key
29th March i got this email "We've sent your reward".
Thanks for claiming your £200 BT Reward Card
We'll send it in the post shortly. It could take up to 30 days for it to arrive.
Still waiting on it. I know it says allow 30 days but they either have or havent sent the reward so which is it?
Same.
How do you claim the card?

http://www.bt.com/claimmyreward
nictry
m1keyp1key
29th March i got this email "We've sent your reward".
Thanks for claiming your £200 BT Reward Card
We'll send it in the post shortly. It could take up to 30 days for it to arrive.
Still waiting on it. I know it says allow 30 days but they either have or havent sent the reward so which is it?
Same.


How do you claim the card?
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happymanuk
If you are in a Virgin Media area the £15 deal for tv/broadband/phone is still cheaper with the £50 bill credit (£10.83 per month equiv).

Please share, thanks
nougat
nougat
I use both quidco and tcb and I find the opposite and have only had problems with quidco. I've had over £3.5k from tcb
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nrc6negcfznppr4/tcb.PNG?dl=1
Same. I found Quidco to be hopeless, TCB alway helpful. I always tip when withdrawing, round it off to the nearest fiver.
frijjy2001
Don't even go with BT no mater how good the deal.

Some of us don't have much choice (only BT on the local exchange).
Don't even go with BT no mater how good the deal.
I've had almost 5k back through TCB although BE WARNED - I signed up to a similar deal posted on here back in September '16 , cashback would have been £215 with the TCB bonus being offered (I'm a paying member) and after 4 months of 'pending' , my claim has suddenly been 'rejected' with absolutely no explanation whatsoever.
I offered to provide proof of contract , proof of ongoing payments and as the original transaction had tracked successfully , I had proof of a successful click through too.
The proof and evidence I could readily supply doesn't make a blind bit of difference if they choose to reject my claim without reason , Topcashback and BT really need to be investigated as this amounts to obtaining contracts by deception and TCB seem to be complicit with this little scam.
I am looking into how to pursue this and question the legality of what has happened to me , if anyone could point me in the right direction it'd be appreciated.
I understand cashback is not guaranteed but I was of the understanding that a rejected claim would have been for genuine 'valid' reasons (ie cookies not cleared and another affiliate got the commission / not complying with the terms of the offer or for cancelled contracts etc) and not because they simply don't want to pay and would prefer to keep my money instead !
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BT Infinity 1 fibre broadband (FTTC) + phone line £28.99 /month (poss £12.32 /month after Quidco & Mastercard Cashback) @ BT.com £407.87

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Well, I always said I would never go back to BT fibre, after having had great service from Sky fibre, but money talks and this is a really good price. Yes, I am a hypocrite. £150 prepaid Mastercard… Read More
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Has anyone else taken up this offer only to have it sabotaged by BT?

They cancelled my order blaming Sky for having the wrong postcode on record even though Sky sent me a goodbye letter... assured me the Quidco cashback would be safe when the order was recreated but it was created wrong... this amounted to 3 weeks without internet and hours on the phone to try and resolve the matter and getting promised phone calls and actions that never happened. Quidco said that they would honour the cashback if BT contacted them, however the most recent person I am in contact with (manager of my third file handler) claims that she can do nothing more and if I am not happy it's 'deadlock' and I have to contact the Ombudsman.

Wondering if this is bad luck or tactics to avoid honouring the offer
I for one, Very happy with this deal 4 times faster than I was going to purchase and also saving a few Penny's ..a win win , pat on the back and a big thumbs up to op
hi, do I need to ring SKY to cancel before ordering?
What an oddball..
qwerta369
FamGuy
qwerta369
FamGuy
So, to be clear, you're saying you can't point to a better fibre deal, no?
To be clear - I'm saying this deal should not be marketed as "fibre" in the first place.
I see. Well, if you're unhappy with BT's description of their FTTC offering, please take it up with them. Contact details below:http://home.bt.com/pages/static/i/pansegment/contact_us/contactus.html
Meanwhile, welcome to HUKD and thanks for joining. I see you joined 3 days ago and have posted 3 times (all in this thread). If you find the time to post a high speed internet deal that beats this one (or, indeed, any deal at all), please do so - and preferably before my own BT order goes live on 09/03, so I can vote it hot, cancel my BT order and go with yours. :)
Be it you peddling faux "fibre" deals, or BT, peddling faux "fibre" deals, the result is the same - misleading people for brownie points.
Sleep well my friend, sleep well.


Edited By: FamGuy on Mar 04, 2017 05:40
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 up-to-52Mb Fibre Broadband 12 months contract £413.87 (£12.82 pm after cashback) @ BT

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Unlimited fibre broadband's discounted to £29.49/mth for 12 months. After, it jumps to the usual £47.49/mth. You pay £59.99 set-up costs. Includes activation and p&p for the 'free' router. CLAIM a £…
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halecrater
Sorry if I look silly. We are with BT but contract ended. Could we get this or is it brand new customers only?
It is for new customer only.
Sorry if I look silly. We are with BT but contract ended. Could we get this or is it brand new customers only?
When it directs you to BT site it's the 2nd deal down ..
unlimited fibre £28.99 =£12.25 ;)

Edited By: flaming.h on Feb 25, 2017 22:24: typo
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krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?

Quidco is redirecting to site where package price is £29.99 a month, so after all cashback it is £13.3 a month
qwerta369
flaming.h
krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?
If only there were a thread on that somewhere..

;)


That did make me laugh. Thanks ;)
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Speed up your broadband by 1.5MB Free for BT customers, you just page postage of £1.30. Currently £9.99 on Amazon so for £1.30 worth a go
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I have had one of these on for years, I noticed it was more useful before I had fiber. cleaned up noise and got from 3.5mb to 5.5mb so I wouldn't vote cold.
These may work as long as you are not already using a filtered face plate

However you would be better off just using a filtered face plate and removing the filter dangling from the standard socket that came with your broadband router
For £1.30 it's worth a try. Thanks OP
Jefft
Or just apply a pinch of salt or some snake oil for the same effect.


About a milligram and a half in weight
hayleyelizabeth
I voted hot, our internet is shocking at the moment- worth a shot! :)


Thanks. That's what I reckoned. Affordable chance.
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A YEAR's BT fast fibre broadband & line '£264.00' after cashback (Term - £413.87)

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New. A YEAR's BT fast fibre broadband & line '£264' The key to slashing costs is pouncing on hot, short-lived deals & this is less than half non-promo prices You usually pay more for faster fibre
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Edmundo07
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qwerta369
That's because it's complete bullocks, I expect.
No, definitely genuine. It is a deal I received and I've been told I can refer friends for the same deal. Unfortunately I'm not allowed to post it on here as a deal as referrals are not allowed. Mine is due to be installed next week.
can you not PM us that are interested? I have sky, they upping price but still works out slightly cheaper than this BT deal. Would like some ammo to stick to them when I call them. Virgin just recently became available in my area.
Where is sky cheaper? Wanna call bt to get the price rice taken off and you can leave contract free! Don't really want to as service has been brilliant!
Cheaper for me as i currently have retention deal of unlimited fibre and line rental for £20 total. Sky line rental increase adding £1.59 to that. Quite cheap as it is but no harm ringing and haggling if you have a better deal to reference.


Edited By: Edmundo07 on Feb 16, 2017 12:11
Edmundo07
happymanuk
qwerta369
That's because it's complete bullocks, I expect.
No, definitely genuine. It is a deal I received and I've been told I can refer friends for the same deal. Unfortunately I'm not allowed to post it on here as a deal as referrals are not allowed. Mine is due to be installed next week.
can you not PM us that are interested? I have sky, they upping price but still works out slightly cheaper than this BT deal. Would like some ammo to stick to them when I call them. Virgin just recently became available in my area.
Where is sky cheaper? Wanna call bt to get the price rice taken off and you can leave contract free! Don't really want to as service has been brilliant!
I have had nothing but a good experience with BT ordering fiber, the only bad thing is my new address the cabinet is at capacity and they can't tell me when it might be upgraded.
This is potentially £203.87 at the moment via TopCashBack, rather than MSE, which I can't believe the original poster didn't have the decency to credit.
Rich44
It's called hotukdeals not hotukdeals except BT, if you don't like it don't open the thread.
The effort to open the thread read it then moan....
Honestly...
GazmoX
So this deal is going to get posted every time there is a change in the amount of cashback on offer, which seems to be every week.
Edit: Seems to be at least 3 times a week at the moment!
Nearly as much effort as you went to to "top post" I guess. ;)
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BT - up to £190 cash back with Quidco plus up to £150 reward card £17.89

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Deal for the reward card ends on the 13th Feb. Up to £190 cash back with £150 reward card. I have just ordered the BT unlimited infinity 1 with entertainment plus and kids for £41.99 per month. I
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steve1221
Ordered this through Quidco this time last year, still waiting for any payout :(


worth contracting BT via their BT community website. The support agents are usually very quick in responding and resolve the problems for sure. Don't bother phoning, they are useless... good luck
steve1221
Ordered this through Quidco this time last year, still waiting for any payout :(

Worth paying the £10 for Quidco premium if you're doing a deal like this. They'll pay you anyway and chase BT for the money later if you have Premium (and if you're really lucky they'll then forget and pay you twice, as happened to me with an O2 deal a couple of years back).
I had a similar deal last year got both the reward card and tcb too
Ordered this through Quidco this time last year, still waiting for any payout :(
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I'm looking for a fibre deal for a year and came across this. It's an online only deal, and looks pretty good,especially for BT! There's hours cashback via Quidco, so the £59.99 upfront fee is OK!
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I took out ( New Customer Infinity BT Broadband + Calls ) on the 21st of March 2017 with TopCashBack at the last moment of BTs deal and I completed the order though TCB with BT but I added on the £8.99 Unlimited Anytime Calls, but I am a bit confused, I don't know if it was compulsory for me to add on the Unlimited Anytime Calls, because I saw the + Calls bit on TCB I thought I had to add the Calls onto my package or was it ?? If this add on was not compulsory I don't know if I would lose the CashBack from TopCashBack if I ask BT to remove it, I have asked TCB but no reply yet, Has anybody else done this.
I've signed up for this deal, including the cashback it works out to around £15 per month, that almost half what I was paying virgin
pothole
Is £34p/m for 76mbps + phone line a good deal? (18-month contract.)


Yes, but have a look on a comparison site.
For up to 38mb download speed, I'll be paying Sky about £38 including the line rental and this is an increase in speed, so it's worth trying out. I'm still waiting for Virgin to come to our village, and then I'll be happy!
Ours works perfectly with every device bar laptop (works when it wants) upstairs and no idea why. Have smart setup off. iPhone works next to laptop in question so don't understand why laptop would be intermittent. Laptop was working with it perfect till bout 3 weeks ago and now having this problem.
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20% off BT Infinity 2 (existing customers) - Poss account specific £42.99

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Just screwed BT into a cancellation bluff due to price increase, Did have Infinity 1 (to home) @ £18.00 Fiber to Hme and 21.00 line rental. NOW GOT Infinity TWO and line rental for £5.00 less than previous package, AND a Free Smart Hub (6) 500gb cloud, 18 month contract ( had 16month left on old package). Quite happy...So it still works peeps if you havent tried the Cancellation Call yet. Total now £34.00 pm
Protoype
martinjayandben
Protoype
just got my bill down to £36. phoned 0800 587 7221. worth a shot thought Id add this here for info.
Were you at the end of your contract? And have you got any other services ie bt tv?
yes end of contract and only have calls/broadband (no tv or sports)
Thanks for reply and number just got mine for 38 pounds

Edited By: martinjayandben on Feb 17, 2017 03:01
martinjayandben
Protoype
just got my bill down to £36. phoned 0800 587 7221. worth a shot thought Id add this here for info.
Were you at the end of your contract? And have you got any other services ie bt tv?
yes end of contract and only have calls/broadband (no tv or sports)
Protoype
just got my bill down to £36. phoned 0800 587 7221. worth a shot thought Id add this here for info.
Were you at the end of your contract? And have you got any other services ie bt tv?
just got my bill down to £36. phoned 0800 587 7221. worth a shot thought Id add this here for info.
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Posted this the other day, and they've just gone and dropped a fiver off a month, plus added £25 to the value of the cashcard. I've had to cancel and re-apply. Basically... Go through Topcashback
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I took out ( New Customer Infinity BT Broadband + Calls ) on the 21st of March 2017 with TopCashBack at the last moment of BTs deal and I completed the order though TCB with BT but I added on the £8.99 Unlimited Anytime Calls, but I am a bit confused, I don't know if it was compulsory for me to add on the Unlimited Anytime Calls, because I saw the + Calls bit on TCB I thought I had to add the Calls onto my package or was it ?? If this add on was not compulsory I don't know if I would lose the CashBack from TopCashBack if I ask BT to remove it, I have asked TCB but no reply yet, Has anybody else done this.
My reward card came pretty quickly
Also, make use of the free BT hotspots! App seems to work OK..
Don't forget to go to BT Reward Card page to claim your card when your service is up and running
I just claimed mine and it says will be sending shortly and arriving in 30 days
Dusty
zurich
Dusty
My service is up and running. Seems pretty close to the 52mb they promised, see if they can keep to the minimum guaranteed 50mb..http://beta.speedtest.net/result/6094290612.png
I'm getting the same. Has been pretty consistent since installation a week ago. Better than virgin so far
Better than Virgin? Thought they had some of the fastest lines in the country?
Yeah if you pay a lot more for the higher speeds but I was in the 50mb standard and it was pretty patchy at times. Consistency on BT has been better so far was what I was getting at.