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Unlimited Infinity 1 up to 52mb, Weekend calls included and 3 months free BT Sport, PLUS half price activation and £80 pre pay mastercard reward £29.99PM / £394.87 Term (£314.97 inclu reward) @ BT

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Nice little offer that just went live over at BT, think it's pretty decent esp with the reward card. Used BT previously and had no issues You can get their Unlimited Infinity 1 Broadband package, wh… Read More
Nice little offer that just went live over at BT, think it's pretty decent esp with the reward card. Used BT previously and had no issues You can get their Unlimited Infinity 1 Broadband package, wh…
goonertillidie Avatar1w, 9h agoFound 1 week, 9 hours ago54 Comments
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I bought in for under £10/month what could go wrong but it is Soooo SLOW, my old Sky 13Gb was better than this but I guess for the price it will have to do for a year. Might consider getting a second line now or maybe a router upgrade will do it.
I've filled the claim form online and said dispatched 20th June and still nothing. It says you get an email with an activation code too but havent got that yet so they cannot blame the postal service. I've emailed them but looks like I will have to go down the forum complaints route or ASA advertising standards agent. When I did the sky friend referral I got the card within 14 day's.
Little heads up it takes months to get the BT reward card, i got my BT installed middle of May and still no BT reward card, ive chased it 3 times and only been told it will be here within 45 days...

I got a BT sim too and £60 amazon card, still havent got that either.

BT customer service is horrible, if youre about to renew just go with Virgin if you can.
aravind_svu
Not everyone is lucky to have a virgin
Or unlucky enough! My BT wasn't capped like Virgin. Consistently got the 50mb as opposed to the '100mb' or 5mb in reality Virgin connection at peak times.
aravind_svu
Not everyone is lucky to have a virgin

And what about the broadband connection?
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BT fibre £29.99 plus £59.99 activation fee £100 quidco and £125 prepaid mastercard.

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BT fibre 29.99 plus 59.99 activation fee £100 quidco and £125 prepaid mastercard. Read More
BT fibre 29.99 plus 59.99 activation fee £100 quidco and £125 prepaid mastercard.
stevedemp23 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago16 Comments
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pasheast
Did you not read Krinkle? It's £80 not £100. "UP TO £100"
https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/rTxRA/31442521.jpgCan you not read...
i moved from Virgin to BT towards the end of last year, only had a few issues with the connection, but prepaid card and cashback tracked and all paid out quite quick. i took out 3 mobile contracts and they also all paid out/ up (2 of which work out free for a year with the cashback deals)

Edited By: watson44 on Jul 13, 2017 01:26
stevedemp23
Quidco exclusive £100 till tomoro
Did you not read Krinkle? It's £80 not £100. "UP TO £100"
Got a similar deal last November and until last week it was all great until we had an outage. Customer service was absolutely useless so if something does go wrong don't expect BT to address the issue.
Had mine installed two weeks ago, Openreach missed 2 appointments but got there in the end. They will install a second phone line/new phone line for free (as they have already included a £59.99 activation fee).

The 38mb BT Fibre is much better than the 50mb Virgin broadband we previously had.



Edited By: MIB15 on Jul 12, 2017 17:33
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BT upto 52Mb Fibre Broadband + £100 Reward Card + BT Smart Hub + 'potentially' £65 Quidco tracking: (Term £369.87 LESS upto £165 credit = £204.87year OR 17month)

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29.99 x 12months = 359.88 + 9.99 set-up = 369.87 - £100 Reward Card = 269.87 Effective monthly cost = 269.87 / 12 = 22.48 Is this any good or should I wait for something else??? (I know I will onl… Read More
29.99 x 12months = 359.88 + 9.99 set-up = 369.87 - £100 Reward Card = 269.87 Effective monthly cost = 269.87 / 12 = 22.48 Is this any good or should I wait for something else??? (I know I will onl…
BrianK Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago17 Comments
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The current one is like £27 but you pay £60 upfront which then makes it £32 a month anyway.
Kinda of annoying tbh
these offers change every month. I got £155 quidco (already received) £150 MasterCard and the half price tv deal.
I pay 36 quid per month for
unlimited 52mg fibre
line rental
free weekend calls
tv entertainment pack.
It was 60 quid charge for home hub though.

So I would wait as this deal isn't as good as what they seem to have every other month.
installed last week with this offer except it was £28.99 p/m 12 month contract. Guaranteed 50 meg compared to the 5 meg with Sky and running at 51-53 meg. Applied today and received confirmation that my £100 reward card is on its way. Streaming 2 ps4's/ Xbox one and iPad with no buffering ( no more fights for the connection lol ). Dare I say I'm happy so far with BT
BrianK
Proveright
Steer clear of BT, awful company . They suck you in with low offers then..................
Your keyboard appears to be faulty - then what? What experiences have you had with BT?
As I have my nice new contract with 14 day cancellation option - who would you presently recommend and why?

The current trend on HUKD is that BT's customer service is rubbish and you can a connection that may/may not be reliable, Sky will not pay out cashback to Quidco, Origin is evil or somesuch and Plusnet are not that great. I'm generalising here but the fact you're getting some heat must mean the deal is good so go for it. Take the risk :)
ShahAli21
I have got the deal yesterday and Quidco tracked only £65

Think you are correct, have re-checked and looks like the £80 Quidco is if you add on the TV package.
Effective overall cost still works out at only about £17month.
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BT Broadband - Recontract and get £25 FREE

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Logged into by BT account and noticed an offer that if i recontract i will be sent £25 voucher. Happy with price and service so i have signed up. Below is T&C and where you can use the voucher. Read More
Logged into by BT account and noticed an offer that if i recontract i will be sent £25 voucher. Happy with price and service so i have signed up. Below is T&C and where you can use the voucher.
derekduggan Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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all ...just to advise. I did recontract with BT. I received voucher today. I then called to cancel BT sports and have subsequently gained a £40 per month saving.
Quidco did not track for me so avoid quidco by all means..topcashback in my experience is the best in tracking a cashback claim...
jaybizzle
sBech
Don't accept it, cancel your deal, tell them on live chat that you want a better deal or your leaving, they will move the earth for you. I literally had a new deal this morning by this method, you will save to £25 time and time again...


I'm thinking about canceling with them, what kind of deal should I be looking at with them,12 months with a reduction?(When should I fold, say they offer a 3 month discount for example.)


Literally this morning i was given a deal by retentions (you can ask for them on live chat and they will call you) and they gave me Infinity 1 55mb fibre, weekend calls, the full tv package with bt sport in 4k, for £37.99 per month for 12 months, 12 month contract
Dont think I'll bother.....They offered me the re-contract deal at 5 pounds/month more than i;m paying now
The fibre "deal" BT offered me under this con was for 50% more than I am paying at the moment. Looks like it will be back to Sky for me come November, particularly as TCB/BT decided that I didn't qualify for cashback. Right load of spherical objects their rejection as I had every piece of paper to prove the validity of my claim - and I am definitely not the only one.

I just wish these folks would make their retention deals worthwhile. Mind you they all brag about their new signings and that's why there are they offer such cool deals to "new" subscribers. Scrap their bragging rights and I suspect there would be no deals at all as there would be no benefits for the suppliers.

As usual, we get screwed either way.
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BT Broadband w/ ZERO activation fee! (e.g. Unlimited Infinity 1 with Unlimited Weekend Calls £29.99 + £9.99 Router Delivery + BT TV Starter Pack PLUS £125 Reward card £369.87 - Potential £19.57pm w/ reward card deduction) More in OP @ BT Broadband

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Apologies for the looooong title. This one takes some explaining, so bear with me? Righto, BT are launching their new deals tomorrow across the range of Broadband products. Not only is there ZERO act… Read More
Apologies for the looooong title. This one takes some explaining, so bear with me? Righto, BT are launching their new deals tomorrow across the range of Broadband products. Not only is there ZERO act…
msmyth Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago91 Comments
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19DembaBa19
I am with sky finishes next month Is plusnet any good who would you recommend just need Internet for cheap

You will always get mixed reports about any company, but I've always found them to be good myself. Good line, good customer service. Quick resolution of the few issues I've had too.
I am with sky finishes next month

Is plusnet any good who would you recommend just need Internet for cheap
1982
Did this change pricing? Unlimited Infinity 1 showing as £34.99/mth not £29.99pm as in OP?
if you go through quidco or topcash comes up £29.99

Edited By: mur76 on Jun 22, 2017 11:00: added text
stevex2
My 12 months contract with bt broadband has just finished, and they still say there is a standard HIDDEN "cease charge" of £31 if I leave BT. my fault for not reading the small print apparently

Same as for me. I will challenge this as under EU regulations they need explicit agreement to charge me. AFAIK having it in the T&C with "we might charge you" is not enough. Especially, that you cannot check whether they will charge you or not until they actually give you the number....
stevex2
My 12 months contract with bt broadband has just finished, and they still say there is a standard HIDDEN "cease charge" of £31 if I leave BT. my fault for not reading the small print apparently

Tried checking on here? You could always ask when contract expired in case customer service lied or misread details.
http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/broadband-cease-charge/
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BT Infinity 1 + Starter TV Package - Up to 52mb £28.99pm + £69.99up (£417.87) - potential (£107.87 total after cashback = £8.99 per month)

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Hi there bear with me. Currently TCB are offering £110 cashback for Infinity 1, calls and TV. In my link provided below BT are offering £150 prepaid mastercard and £50 cheque. https://www.productsand… Read More
Hi there bear with me. Currently TCB are offering £110 cashback for Infinity 1, calls and TV. In my link provided below BT are offering £150 prepaid mastercard and £50 cheque. https://www.productsand…
moobert Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago17 Comments
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rooney10
TCB didn't pay our for me either , TCB claim shows 'querying with network' , its been 10 months now and nothing , wouldn't mind but it tracked straight away and stayed on tracked for about 2-3months then went to declined !!
I'm still in contract but will not be returning to BT as between them and TCB I've been screwed by £220 !
Just saying ..... don't bank on it paying out as its hit and miss.
I would agree its hit and miss. I got nothing from Talk Talk or Three so this money from BT was a first off.
TCB didn't pay our for me either , TCB claim shows 'querying with network' , its been 10 months now and nothing , wouldn't mind but it tracked straight away and stayed on tracked for about 2-3months then went to declined !!
I'm still in contract but will not be returning to BT as between them and TCB I've been screwed by £220 !

Just saying ..... don't bank on it paying out as its hit and miss.

Edited By: rooney10 on Jul 04, 2017 19:06
Just can't decide whether to go with this deal. Seems a really good deal but the horror stories with BT customer service are making me slightly nervous. Any company is great at selling you something, it's when it goes wrong when you really see how good a company is.

Umm, decisions, decisions.
Done something similar last year and still got TCB.

Just click through to BT from TCB and copy and paste the link in post original post (don't click on it otherwise the transaction will be credited to HUKD and they get paid commission instead of TCB ) or this simplified version
http://www. productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html. It's no different to navigating through the site to the product you want, you're just going directly to the page.

As long as the cookies from from TCB are there it should track.






Edited By: mug51 on Jun 07, 2017 19:13: \
Does tcb provide the best deal on this compared to say Quidco.
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BT Infinity Package deals from £28.99 - via MSE

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Please check moneysavingexpert for cheap deals for bt infinity Read More
Please check moneysavingexpert for cheap deals for bt infinity
noor789 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago7 Comments
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Good deal!
noor789
nublets2k
noor789

Please check moneysavingexpert for cheap deals for bt infinity
No.
why?

I do what I want mate.
noor789
Please read BT terms and conditions. it will charge you £65 for the hub if you leave in the first year. a bit strange. bt should just ask to send it back


Does that apply if, near end of your contract you move to competitor say Sky (if BT refuse to give a competitive price) ?... and therefore best to leave in month 13?
noor789
nublets2k
noor789

Please check moneysavingexpert for cheap deals for bt infinity

No.


why?


Probably because this appears to be a lazy post ... should really explain in more detail what's on offer ...
nublets2k
noor789

Please check moneysavingexpert for cheap deals for bt infinity

No.


why?
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BT Infinity 1 with Starter TV & BT Sports £14.95 with Potential of Quidco Cashback £179.50

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BT has currently got an offer which is £29 a month for BT Infinity 1 with TV. After 3 months this goes up by £3.50 due to the TV pricing and BT sport. 29 x 12 = 348 + 31.50 (For the price increase of… Read More
BT has currently got an offer which is £29 a month for BT Infinity 1 with TV. After 3 months this goes up by £3.50 due to the TV pricing and BT sport. 29 x 12 = 348 + 31.50 (For the price increase of…
matt2525 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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do you have to keep bt sport in 3 months? or can you cancel to save the 3.50?
It's bt and cash back isn't a guaranteed
Any comments on why its cold
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BT Infinity 1 52mb speed upgraded to 76mb £34.99pm + £200 Mastercard £479.87

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BT are offering 76mb fibre speed upgrade to their 52mb Infinity 1 package. Limited time offer: £34.99pm plus £59.99 upfront cost on 12 months contract. You also receive £200 Mastercard which works ou… Read More
BT are offering 76mb fibre speed upgrade to their 52mb Infinity 1 package. Limited time offer: £34.99pm plus £59.99 upfront cost on 12 months contract. You also receive £200 Mastercard which works ou…
Undercuva Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago21 Comments
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is this still available?
OMG! I can't even begin to tell you how awful the customer service is and how dishonest the sales team is. Creating new orders without permission when you ask them to completely cancel your services. Wouldn't touch them every again for whatever deal they offered. Makes talktalk look like angels.

Edited By: chipsnbeanz on May 17, 2017 16:46
Steve1205
mattclarkie
plus.net offering the same deal (on paper) for £30 pcm but without the cashback. I've jumped
Which way have you jumped? Plus.net or BT?
From BT to plus.net after being with BT over 6 years. For some reason the app chopped the bottom half of my comment off :(
nonooney
Do I need to pay extra for landline installation? I have no landline at the moment
Here's the info you need...

http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/8311/~/how-much-does-it-cost-to-install-a-new-bt-phone-line-or-reconnect-an-old-one%3F
Do I need to pay extra for landline installation? I have no landline at the moment
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BT INFINITY 76Mb for the price of 52Mb £479.87 @ BT

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Get speeds of 76Mb for the price of 52Mb. £34.99 Δ/mth 12 month contract includes BT Line rental Price after 12 months: £47.49 Upfront cost - £59.99 Also get £200 Reward Card Cash back on Q… Read More
Get speeds of 76Mb for the price of 52Mb. £34.99 Δ/mth 12 month contract includes BT Line rental Price after 12 months: £47.49 Upfront cost - £59.99 Also get £200 Reward Card Cash back on Q…
InfinityVirozon Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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If you phone up bt a good month before your contract is due to renew they will always keep you on the same deal if you ask. I've had the same infinity 2 deal for 3 years now, pretty much half price and half price bt tv too
How do you get a good renewal deal then is there a thread for that?
bidcorp
Shame they don't honour these deals on renewal once your years contract is up!
You can but you have to start the process of jumping to another provider first.
bidcorp
Shame they don't honour these deals on renewal once your years contract is up!

Exactly! I couldn't get BT to offer any sort of deal when I called them last week. My contract is up next month.
Shame they don't honour these deals on renewal once your years contract is up!
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BT Total Entertainment & Unlimited Infinity 1 Broadband £40.99pm / £59.99 setup​. £200 BT Reward Card £551.87

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BT's top TV package with super-fast fibre broadband. Notably cheaper than a similar deal that I posted last month. Comes fully loaded with everything aside from Sky services (Atlantic, Movies, Spor… Read More
BT's top TV package with super-fast fibre broadband. Notably cheaper than a similar deal that I posted last month. Comes fully loaded with everything aside from Sky services (Atlantic, Movies, Spor…
tom5201 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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squeezedog
It's only showing £125 reward card for me?
You're a week late
It's only showing £125 reward card for me?
Plus £90 Quidco cash back I think.

Edited By: scottishpunter on May 10, 2017 17:19
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​BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls £10.65pm after c/back through Quidco- £28.99 pm (£59.99 activation) but £200 Mastercard and £80 quidco potentially £10.65 pm

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You have to go through Quidco to get this deal. £28.99 per month including line rental and weekend UK landline calls. Add £59.99 for activation and BT Smart Hub router. Total cost over the full year… Read More
You have to go through Quidco to get this deal. £28.99 per month including line rental and weekend UK landline calls. Add £59.99 for activation and BT Smart Hub router. Total cost over the full year…
adams2318 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago403 Comments
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Quidco came through (paid) yesterday. I was able to claim the reward card today.
"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.
"

Edited By: pgregg on Jul 21, 2017 21:09
£80 Quidco confirmed today and now transferred to bank
BigYin99
Just been in to claim my reward card and confirmation came through it's only for £125 and not £200. Has anyone else had this issue?
My infinty 1 went live on 26th June and checking back my order was placed on 18th May which I'm sure was just before the £200 card offer ended. Can anyone confirm the date it ended and also how to go about querying the amount?
Emailed BT customer services about only getting a £125 reward card and not £200 and they say my order was placed 19th May so I'm only eligible for £125 card. Went back and said it was placed 18th May and sent my confirmation email to prove it.

Can feel an argument with them brewing here!
Delivery for router suppose to be free? Because they charged me 7.99£
BigYin99
Just been in to claim my reward card and confirmation came through it's only for £125 and not £200. Has anyone else had this issue?My infinty 1 went live on 26th June and checking back my order was placed on 18th May which I'm sure was just before the £200 card offer ended. Can anyone confirm the date it ended and also how to go about querying the amount?

I had the same issue, only got £75 reward card when should of been £150, emailed customer services with the details as shown by preecy and they have said they will add the extra £75 to the card within 30 days, will wait and see!
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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 yo… 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 yo…
cms4444 Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago24 Comments
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Looks like this is just another BT offer scam that they wont let you claim. Placed my order on the 12th April well within the offer period but when attempting to claim the £100 mastercard i'm told i'm not eligible for any offers!

Anyone else had issues claiming?

dickybow
Has the deal changed ?
Link only shows £50 mastercard
Pretty sure they changed the offer on the 19th April.
Has the deal changed ?

Link only shows £50 mastercard
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
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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 Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 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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£28.99 @ BT Broadband
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 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago65 Comments
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Isn't the Mastercard reward a bit misleading as deal ends in 3 days? And meant to apply for card when service has gone live. By which time the £100 Mastercard will have been replaced by a lower amount version.
The offer I took was £100 cash back via quidco which paid out on Sunday and a £200 voucher whic is due to arrive by the 30th may fingers crossed. I'm going to try the online chat today to double check it is definately coming
I went for a £150 card + £50 cashback - online said nothing eligible - eventually on querying promised the £150 card - still trying to get the cashback - they say I am ineligible. Lots of people seem to have this problem - BEWARE BT.
tricia31
Has anyone had the prepaid gift card yet ?


I've had to go through customer services to get them to send the card to me, as the option didn't appear in the account options online.

Anyway...after a discussion on live chat, I then get a text message saying that a card worth £125 would be sent immediately and received within 30 days.

Am I going crazy or was the offer definitely for £150?
Has anyone had the prepaid gift card yet ?
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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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£423.87 @ BT Broadband
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 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks 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 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks 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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£0.00 @ BT Broadband
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 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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Just signed up for this with BT therefore the offer is still active for all those wishing to sign up to BT sport...
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.
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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 Avatar4m, 11h agoFound 4 months, 11 hours 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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£417.87 @ BT Broadband
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 cashback 'f… 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 cashback 'f…
tj200 Avatar4m, 1d agoFound 4 months, 1 day ago24 Comments
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Still waiting on TCB. But my connection was late April.

Funnily enough. TCB just gone to confirmed today.
Just a quick thanks to the OP! Got the £200 MasterCard a few weeks ago and yesterday Quidco paid out the £160, happy days! :)
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!