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Have been looking at getting fibre broadband for a while now I have called bt a few times about prices for their infinity 2 package as I have a landline with them already and all I was offered until now was the standard £20 for the first 3 months then £26 (+line rental 15.99 a month) today however after asking to be put through to disconnections I spoke with someone there and said I am leaving to go with ee fibre and they will pay me 100 to buy me out of my phone contract I also said that so far all I was offered was the standard internet deal for infinity 2, at which point he offered me the following deal which I think is a good deal £13 for the first 6 months then (£26 for the remaining 12 months) plus I am only paying £5 for the anytime calls bundle (normally £7.50) plus line rental (£15.99) plus he chucked in free caller ID and free bt privacy.
I will also get the new home hub 5 plus bt sport plus bt wifi hot spots.
I know people don't like bt but I don't think there is a better/cheaper deal than this for Bt infinity 2 which also never slows you down (unlike virgin who slow you down during peak hours)
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4 Likes #1
BT infinity is absolute rubbish, terrible customer service
#2
I had it, and it was a waste of money! Yes, it did increase my download speed from 1mbps to 2mbps, but I can't say that it made a REAL difference to my internet experience. it also dropped out more often than regular broadband. I'm back to regular on sky and it rarely drops out.
#3
I pay £18 a month for 50mbs with virgin media. The good thing is every year they have a price hike so you can get out of your contract if your awkward enough with them.
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brendanhickey
I pay £18 a month for 50mbs with virgin media. The good thing is every year they have a price hike so you can get out of your contract if your awkward enough with them.

Same here...but I pay £20
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Kind of annoying when the street either side of you has BT Infinity, but your street has been left off for some reason...
#6
You can't really use a negotiated customer loyalty offer as a basis for a hot deal (hence why this is going cold), every person at BT you deal with will offer something different and it all really depends on your gift of the gab on what you get. Take my Infinity 2 deal i got last year, i pay £21 a month (i have no contract at all now as it expired) and i get free anytime calls, caller display, privacy and the answerphone (this is actually one of the best/cheapest loyalty deal they offer - if not the actual best), the only extra is the line rental.

I got that last year as a negotiated loyalty discount which was applied in such a way that it remained after the contract ended, basically right now i pay £21 for my internet and calling plan and can cancel any time i want.

Edited By: majormelchett on Jul 25, 2014 04:26
1 Like #7
peaceoff
I had it, and it was a waste of money! Yes, it did increase my download speed from 1mbps to 2mbps, but I can't say that it made a REAL difference to my internet experience. it also dropped out more often than regular broadband. I'm back to regular on sky and it rarely drops out.


but your sky fibre will be on the same line as the BT connection, and you only got 2mb on fibre? that sounds like a fault to me so unfair to say waste of money, if you had got BT to sort out the issues perhaps it wouldn't have been a waste of money, and you would have been happy.
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bluetba
peaceoff
I had it, and it was a waste of money! Yes, it did increase my download speed from 1mbps to 2mbps, but I can't say that it made a REAL difference to my internet experience. it also dropped out more often than regular broadband. I'm back to regular on sky and it rarely drops out.

but your sky fibre will be on the same line as the BT connection, and you only got 2mb on fibre? that sounds like a fault to me so unfair to say waste of money, if you had got BT to sort out the issues perhaps it wouldn't have been a waste of money, and you would have been happy.

Agreed, its 100% a fault. I'm surprised they bothered to install FTTC at all,if you live that far away from the exchange to get 1mbs on copper.

I've had Infinity for about 5 years now 76/20Mb flawless connection, it's been off twice and one of those times was because a car drove in to the cabinet.

As for the deal, its a retention offer and not a good one at that.
#9
Could also try Plusnet who are cheaper than BT. I'm paying £29 a month (incl line rental) for their fibre package. Owned by BT and normally plenty of cash back deals for new users
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oohflamey
bluetba
peaceoff
I had it, and it was a waste of money! Yes, it did increase my download speed from 1mbps to 2mbps, but I can't say that it made a REAL difference to my internet experience. it also dropped out more often than regular broadband. I'm back to regular on sky and it rarely drops out.

but your sky fibre will be on the same line as the BT connection, and you only got 2mb on fibre? that sounds like a fault to me so unfair to say waste of money, if you had got BT to sort out the issues perhaps it wouldn't have been a waste of money, and you would have been happy.

Agreed, its 100% a fault. I'm surprised they bothered to install FTTC at all,if you live that far away from the exchange to get 1mbs on copper.

I've had Infinity for about 5 years now 76/20Mb flawless connection, it's been off twice and one of those times was because a car drove in to the cabinet.

As for the deal, its a retention offer and not a good one at that.

Maybe it was peaceoff who drove into the cabinet :D
#11
Virgin doesn't traffic manage anymore
#12
Avoid like the plague, we pay for 78 meg and have had as low as 9 ! Worth noting that they regard 41 meg as acceptable on the 78 meg plan. We've now gone to OFCOM because BT don't care. Watch the rerun of watchdog from a few weeks ago to see what they are like.
#13
hbond1989
Virgin doesn't traffic manage anymore

Ha I wish they didn't then I would not be needing to look on these threads to change. Was streaming footy on a 100mb Virgin set up weekend just gone and they do traffic manage for things like P2P or anything that they can't make money on (eg streaming footy from Wiziwig rather than taking their Sky Sports package)

So in that regard, it is still limited and Im glad I just had a letter saying the price is going up by a pound cos I can tell them to shove it.

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