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 (basically cash) and £110 Quidco.
The £150 is part of the deal but Quidco, as always, is not guaranteed. That said, clear your cookies (or download a new browser) and there's no reason why it shouldn't track.
12 x £28.99 monthly sub.
1 x £50 activation fee.
1 x £9.99 router delivery charge.
TOTAL for year: £407.87.
Less £150 prepaid MasterCard,
Less £110 Quidco cashback,
407.87-150-110 = £147.87 for the year. = £12.32 per month.
You also get to use BT WiFi hotspots, which seem to be more plentiful than Sky's Cloud hotspots (also, Sky have recently changed their app and stopped autoconnect).
All in all, £12.32 per month for up to 52mbps down and 9.5mbps up is a great price. Sky's fibre is not only more expensive, it's only 38mbps down. Plusnet is also 38mbps down and only 2mbps up!