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Never been with them, so not sure if they are any good but BT are running a deal offering FREE broadband for 12 months + BT Sports + FREE Weekend Calls + £15.99 Line Rental (I presume this can be lowered by paying line rental upfront)

After the 12 months the standard price of £13 a month applies + line rental (which I think is pretty expensive, considering you only get 10GB usage), however, I'm sure when the contract comes to an end, you can call them for a retentions deal.

This is a brilliant offer for light users, or for those that would rather be with BT than any other company.

Remember you also get:

Unlimited WIFI
The Home Hub 4
5GB BT Cloud Storage

Just a thought - If your property requires a new line put in it normally costs up to £130, unless you choose to be with BT for Phone and Broadband, then it is free.
So if you need a new line in your property, then I suppose this deal would be good because you would be getting Free broadband and a line installed for free.

£50 Sainsbury's Voucher Included (which ends in a matter of hours!!!)
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#1
does bt sport not count towards the 10gb allowance ?
1 Like #2
"Any content you watch or stream via the BT Sport app and online player using your BT Broadband connection will not count against your broadband usage limit, so you can enjoy great live sport without the worry." - http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/displayTopic.do?topicId=33467
#3
KiNG
does bt sport not count towards the 10gb allowance ?

"Any content you watch or stream via the BT Sport app and online player using your BT Broadband connection will not count against your broadband usage limit, so you can enjoy great live sport without the worry."
#4
and if u don't keep recontracting with them u have to pay for bt sports
4 Likes #5
Line Rental full payment - £160 for 12 months
Router Delivery - £7

Total cost - £167 for 12 months

You Get,
Sainsbury Gift Card - £50
Quidco - £40
Landline
Broadband (10GB/mth)
BT Sport
5GB Free - BT Cloud
Unlimited BT-Wifi

Edited By: raj75 on Jul 08, 2014 13:37: added BT Sport
#6
raj75
Line Rental full payment - £160 for 12 months
Router Delivery - £7

Total cost - £167 for 12 months

You Get,
Sainsbury Gift Card - £50
Quidco - £40
Landline
Broadband (10GB/mth)
5GB Free - BT Cloud
Unlimited BT-Wifi

I don't understand all the cashback stuff, but if you could post details on here for the community that would be great :D
2 Likes #7
Good offer, especially considering BT sports is included and it is a 12m contract.....Heat given

I have just signed up for EE broadband + home phone (cost: £132 phone line + £30 unlimited broadband - £136 Topcashback = £26 for a 12m contact). You do not get BT Sport but you do get unlimited broadband.
#8
What if you want unlimited calls not just weekend/evening calls?
#9
Gollywood
What if you want unlimited calls not just weekend/evening calls?

Just checked £7 per month extra.
#10
I'm with them ,out of contract ,but got 5 months advance line rental left ,might give them a bell .
4 Likes #11
10gb a month, no good for gamers :(
#12
BT via Quidco has 10Gb package at £ 7.50.

Link has 10Gb package as 12 month Freebie.

What circuitous route should I use to prove I've gone to BT via Quidco ?
2 Likes #13
emiratesstadium
10gb a month, no good for gamers :(


i have downloaded 62gb so far this month :D And I'm not even trying.

Edited By: Geemac on Jul 08, 2014 18:56
#14
MIB15
Good offer, especially considering BT sports is included and it is a 12m contract.....Heat given

I have just signed up for EE broadband + home phone (cost: £132 phone line + £30 unlimited broadband - £136 Topcashback = £26 for a 12m contact). You do not get BT Sport but you do get unlimited broadband.

Anyone know what the EE BB service is like? Tempted to switch from Sky but read several reviews where activation seems to be delayed.
2 Likes #15
BT to supply my broadband? No thanks, not even for free!!
3 Likes #16
10GB limit is too low even for low use..
#17
Isn't the line rental for 18 months and Internet for 12? So if you want to cancel either you have early termination fees?
1 Like #18
Anyone spotted a good deal on BT Infinity Unlimited?
#19
faieza
and if u don't keep recontracting with them u have to pay for bt sports


Seems fair enough, apparently you can also now watch BT sport on sky freesat which is a nice change from last year.
1 Like #20
BT ARE S##TE sorry. 18 months of crap speeds etc.
#21
18nine04
MIB15
Good offer, especially considering BT sports is included and it is a 12m contract.....Heat given

I have just signed up for EE broadband + home phone (cost: £132 phone line + £30 unlimited broadband - £136 Topcashback = £26 for a 12m contact). You do not get BT Sport but you do get unlimited broadband.

Anyone know what the EE BB service is like? Tempted to switch from Sky but read several reviews where activation seems to be delayed.

in same boat, am out of contract with sky - who to be honest have been excellent.

wouldn't go near EE again.. as ended up cancelling my contract with them as their service is crap. they send you through to offshore call centre's who blatantly keep you on the phone to meet their kpi's.

would've taken this BT offer - but 10gb.. really?
#22
Im on ee, was orange.cant fault it. I pay 15 quid a month, includes line rental and unlimited bb. Posted the deal ages ago but it got voted cold
#23
I've been with BT for a few months and the broadband is quicker than any other company I have been with. Orange and Virgin.

BT WiFi is good too. If you are out and about, you just piggy back off the broadband in other customers homes.

BT sport have the Champions league and Europa from 2015 too. Won't be able to watch on Sky or ITV.
#24
emiratesstadium
10gb a month, no good for gamers :(

10GB is no good for anybody but occasional users
#25
How much do they charge if you exceed 10gb. I used to have a 10gb limit with Plusnet but I had a slow internet then so it wasnt used for streaming so was fine.
Also, is the 10gb limit only between certain hours like the Plusnet one?
#26
This is great for my nan's house, who doesn't use it but my mum could then at least check her emails when she's visiting. considering it's free and we would get £40 voucher and considering she already pays her line rental anyway, this is a good offer!

cheers :D
#27
7777777
emiratesstadium
10gb a month, no good for gamers :(

10GB is no good for anybody but occasional users

I dont know if this might help but any streamed content from the youview box isnt counted to the 10gb usage
#28
danielonline
BT ARE S##TE sorry. 18 months of crap speeds etc.

I'd say you were being quite complimentary with that statement.

I never realised how inept BT were, until we built a new house and moved over the road....

Whatever could have gone wrong, went wrong and it took over a month to get the whole mess sorted out!

I must have spent about a working week on the bloody phone to the pillocks!
#29
Just beware with BT as they sometimes put you on a 12 month rolling contract which is in fact a 24 month contract :(
#30
BT just awful. Been with them for a year (only signed up for BT Sport) and the service is crap. Every time there is a problem it magically gets fixed after a phone call to tech support (despite them saying there are no faults) but reoccurs a few weeks later. Technical support is shocking (have you tried a wired connection sir seems to be their only way of diagnosing a problem) and their general customer services are not much better. After telling them the offer Sky provided me to switch they simply wouldn't budge to get anywhere near the deal Sky offered so they promptly got told where to stick their inferior product and service.
In fairness if I was a BT broadband customer (which I won't be for much longer)I would be wondering why I'm paying to subsidise people to watch BT Sport. Surely it makes more sense for those who don't want BT Sport (and the inevitable price hike when they realise they've paid too much for the Champions League Rights) to get it cheaper. Never again.
1 Like #31
Genuinely, no price is worth going with BT for. An absolute shambles of a company. Avoid this like the plague.
3 Likes #32
BT might not be the cheapest but unless you are with Virgin, then all other broadband is provided via BT's services (not matter what company you are with, it's BT's exchange, BT's cables) The only thing the other companies do it put in a small amount of backend at the exchange to direct your traffic through their services.
Any faults, you ring your broadband company and then they ring BT (or rather Openreach), and it's a PAIN to get them to come and fix faults, BT is also a pain, but not as much.

The previous company I was with was Wanadoo, who was Freeserve, they became Orange Broadband and is now obviously EE
I had a fault with my line, reported it. 3 days later when I could get no internet at all, I rang them up and they said I had cancelled my broadband. When I corrected them, they then said that they had cancelled it as my line didn't support broadband. So when I questioned how I had been using broadband with them for 2 years already they were rather flustered, offered to re-connect but would take 2 weeks, when I then said no, give me my MAC code to transfer, they refused!
BT ended up getting the code out of them after a 20min argument.

Recently we have BT infinity and couldn't be happier with it, 75mb speeds near constantly
I have looked at using SKY as we could get a reduction in our costs with that, but they are unable to offer the service (we have fibre to property (so no phone line at all any more, it's all down the fibre line) and it seems only BT are able to use this at present)
#33
Cold from me:

BT has moved into the unenviable position of being the "most complained about ISP" in the UK, according to the latest figures published by Ofcom.

Read more: BT becomes UK's most complained about ISP | Broadband | News | PC Pro http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/broadband/387826/bt-becomes-uks-most-complained-about-isp#ixzz374LtXTCZ
#34
My 75/18 Infinity2 FTTC service is excellent.
1 Like #35
BT has moved into the unenviable position of being the "most complained about ISP" in the UK, according to the latest figures published by Ofcom.
#36
you probably be watching all the Indian programs and the Bollywood films in this packet.
1 hour waiting to talk to Customer Indian Support.
Not very good service.
#37
aband0ned
BT might not be the cheapest but unless you are with Virgin, then all other broadband is provided via BT's services (not matter what company you are with, it's BT's exchange, BT's cables) The only thing the other companies do it put in a small amount of backend at the exchange to direct your traffic through their services.
Any faults, you ring your broadband company and then they ring BT (or rather Openreach), and it's a PAIN to get them to come and fix faults, BT is also a pain, but not as much.

The previous company I was with was Wanadoo, who was Freeserve, they became Orange Broadband and is now obviously EE
I had a fault with my line, reported it. 3 days later when I could get no internet at all, I rang them up and they said I had cancelled my broadband. When I corrected them, they then said that they had cancelled it as my line didn't support broadband. So when I questioned how I had been using broadband with them for 2 years already they were rather flustered, offered to re-connect but would take 2 weeks, when I then said no, give me my MAC code to transfer, they refused!
BT ended up getting the code out of them after a 20min argument.

Recently we have BT infinity and couldn't be happier with it, 75mb speeds near constantly
I have looked at using SKY as we could get a reduction in our costs with that, but they are unable to offer the service (we have fibre to property (so no phone line at all any more, it's all down the fibre line) and it seems only BT are able to use this at present)

They don't belong to BT Retail though, they belong to BT Openreach which is a different company.
1 Like #38
After months of numerous long calls to foreign call centres re a faulty line & broadband, I finally ditched BT & switched to Plusnet. Best thing I ever did. One quick email to Plusnet & they organised Openreach to fix the TWO line problems they found which BT had ignored for months. I'm so pleased to be shot of BT.

Edited By: Tim2011 on Jul 10, 2014 13:57
#39
They still have a 10GB package?? That's ridiculous...

On a side note, I have the phone number for their 'AOT' team, which I think is retentions if anyone's interested... they can offer cheaper renewal prices than standard Customer Services :) (e.g. CS could only offer me £13 for Unlimited vs £10.65 that this other team could) - better than nothing for those wanting to stick with BT and have completed their initial contract.
#40
Thanks to this thread I have finally moved my line from BT to Sky (saving £7.50 per month)..

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