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BT mobile, Black Friday Deal,500min, 3 GB data for £8.00/mth(Bt customers), plus £40 amazon voucher and Quidco

£8.00 @ BT Mobile
Seems good for Bt broadband customers. 12X8-40-49.5 = £6.5 total for 12 months Topcashback is offering £58.50, much better than Quidco, plus their website is up and running - Sweetcorn12 Read More
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Seems good for Bt broadband customers. 12X8-40-49.5 = £6.5 total for 12 months

Topcashback is offering £58.50, much better than Quidco, plus their website is up and running
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shaney2k

So true, they are still using Indian call centres. Most the staff don't understand English and they have no customer service skills whatsoever. I do not know how BT can get away with it.

Because they can all speak English and tend to be graduates. If you speak correct English, they understand very well. I would say their standard of spoken English is far better than many British people and would score higher marks than the average British person in GCSE English. They are constrained by what they are allowed to do.
But, compared to TalkTalk, their chat responses are very slow. I suspect they handle multiple chats at one time.

Before insulting Indians, consider how many "thick" British people say "I do not know nothing" or think the 8th letter of the alphabet is "haitch" as opposed to "aitch". They cannot even speak their own language correctly and then insult others. It's comical.


Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 22, 2016 12:48
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For Christ sake, why can't you be bothered to put FOR BT CUSTOMERS ONLY in the title instead of wasting a minute of my life opening and reading a deal that interests me, only to find its availability is to a limited few.

Good deal, yet I'm tempted to vote negative but won't cus I'm a gentleman!

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#1
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?
10 Likes #2
For Christ sake, why can't you be bothered to put FOR BT CUSTOMERS ONLY in the title instead of wasting a minute of my life opening and reading a deal that interests me, only to find its availability is to a limited few.

Good deal, yet I'm tempted to vote negative but won't cus I'm a gentleman!
#3
I did this last year, going to order another sim and do the same thing :-)
#4
I was just looking at this as realized old deal had finished only any good for BT households or friends of BT households !

The £5 per month is no where near as good now as it was unlimited text and mins.

However the £15 / month for 20Gb unlimited mins and unlimited text looks good with the 49.50 Quidco and £80 Amazon voucher

Cost £180 - 49.50 - 80 =50.5 / 12 = £4.20 / month

Not as good as the £8 a month detailed but if you need more data and talk time doubt it can be beaten.
3 Likes #5
Limited few?? The UKs largest provider, may not be the best, but to be honest they are all as bad as each other.

tyke
only to find its availability is to a limited few.
4 Likes #6
Quids
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?


probably due to the deal being from one of the worst companys in the world for customer service i would imagine.
#7
Just upgraded my existing SIM from 4gb to 3gb (never use 4GB) saves me £2 a month and the possibility of a voucher too handy harry thanks very much.
#8
Does anyone know if you can you get the vouchers/quidco for multiple SIMs? I would like to get 3 SIMs.
#9
Just spoke with BT hoping to get my plan reduced by £1 a month and they said the offer is for new customers only.
Stuck on £16 a month for 20GB data although they did say I can get double speed 4G for free... not sure if thats an offer for all customers or just me.
2 Likes #10
tyke
For Christ sake, why can't you be bothered to put FOR BT CUSTOMERS ONLY in the title instead of wasting a minute of my life opening and reading a deal that interests me, only to find its availability is to a limited few.
Good deal, yet I'm tempted to vote negative but won't cus I'm a gentleman!

I completely agree, it makes me soo angry when people do that GRRRRAAAAAAGGGGGHHH!!!!
KILL!
KILL!
KILL!
KILL!

Or maybe, chill out love.

Edited By: dijital on Nov 22, 2016 10:13
#11
tyke
For Christ sake, why can't you be bothered to put FOR BT CUSTOMERS ONLY in the title instead of wasting a minute of my life opening and reading a deal that interests me, only to find its availability is to a limited few.

Good deal, yet I'm tempted to vote negative but won't cus I'm a gentleman!


A full minute? That's **** terrible.
#12
No Quidco tracking for me either. Let's see if the Amazon voucher actually turns up
#13
agnostic
tyke
For Christ sake, why can't you be bothered to put FOR BT CUSTOMERS ONLY in the title instead of wasting a minute of my life opening and reading a deal that interests me, only to find its availability is to a limited few.

Good deal, yet I'm tempted to vote negative but won't cus I'm a gentleman!


A full minute? That's **** terrible.


its the excitement followed by the disappointment though
#14
Don't forget that you have to claim the amazon voucher once the SIM is active. They say 'up to 45 days' for delivery and mine actually took slightly longer. But it did arrive.
1 Like #15
smileyboy
Does anyone know if you can you get the vouchers/quidco for multiple SIMs? I would like to get 3 SIMs.

No reason why not - I've just ordered 4 sims over the weekend using different usernames on the same 'broadband' address. As mentioned none have tracked on Quidco/Topcashback (used 2 on each) but I am expecting to get 4 amazon vouchers.

Regarding the amazon vouchers:-
You need to activate your sim and wait two weeks before you can apply for it (to avoid returns). It then will take 'up to 45 days' to receive it, so don't expect to have it by Xmas.


Edited By: Salaman on Nov 22, 2016 10:45: test
#16
I dont have bt at home, but i have it at work. Will that work?

EDIT: It wont, chat comfirmed

Edited By: reabo101 on Nov 22, 2016 10:49
1 Like #17
Quids
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?

Because some people think the previous deals were better and effectively were free.
Eg unlimited mins and texts, 500MB data or 4GB data, 500 mins, unlimited texts were all profit making deals if Quidco or TCB pays.

Compared to yesterday, this is a poor deal.



Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 22, 2016 10:54
#18
Yesterday the deals were
1) 500 mins, unlimited texts, 500mb data for £5 per month. Worked out to £19.50 profit over the year after cashback/vouchers
2) 500 mins, unlimited texts, 4GB data for £10 per month. After £60 voucher and £49.50 TCB worked out to a little under £1 per month.

Based on deal 2 (if you are happy to pay 50p or so per month for an extra GB data) I wouldn't bite and keep a close eye on deals this weekend. BT are notorious for fiddling with vouchers/tariff etc.
#19
jymufc
Quids
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?
probably due to the deal being from one of the worst companys in the world for customer service i would imagine.

So true, they are still using Indian call centres. Most the staff don't understand English and they have no customer service skills whatsoever. I do not know how BT can get away with it.
#20
Good luck with Quidco. They (BT) have screwed me over twice for both mobile and broadband contracts. If you don't believe me just look at all the one star reviews on Quidco. I'm cancelling when my year is up and will not be going anywhere near BT again.
#21
SuperSai18
Yesterday the deals were
1) 500 mins, unlimited texts, 500mb data for £5 per month. Worked out to £19.50 profit over the year after cashback/vouchers
2) 500 mins, unlimited texts, 4GB data for £10 per month. After £60 voucher and £49.50 TCB worked out to a little under £1 per month.
Based on deal 2 (if you are happy to pay 50p or so per month for an extra GB data) I wouldn't bite and keep a close eye on deals this weekend. BT are notorious for fiddling with vouchers/tariff etc.

A few days ago the deal for 2 was

SIMO 2GB Plan (doubled to 4GB)
£10 for 500 min calls, 2GB (4GB now) of data and unlimited texts (£15 if you are not in a BT household until 28th April). Plus get an up £60 Amazon voucher and £65 cashback from TCB.
BT broadband customers. £10 x 12 = £120.
£65 cashback and £60 Amazon = £125
£5 Profit.

So this is now a poor deal.

Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 22, 2016 12:39
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shaney2k

So true, they are still using Indian call centres. Most the staff don't understand English and they have no customer service skills whatsoever. I do not know how BT can get away with it.

Because they can all speak English and tend to be graduates. If you speak correct English, they understand very well. I would say their standard of spoken English is far better than many British people and would score higher marks than the average British person in GCSE English. They are constrained by what they are allowed to do.
But, compared to TalkTalk, their chat responses are very slow. I suspect they handle multiple chats at one time.

Before insulting Indians, consider how many "thick" British people say "I do not know nothing" or think the 8th letter of the alphabet is "haitch" as opposed to "aitch". They cannot even speak their own language correctly and then insult others. It's comical.


Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 22, 2016 12:48
#23
Common Sense
SuperSai18
Yesterday the deals were
1) 500 mins, unlimited texts, 500mb data for £5 per month. Worked out to £19.50 profit over the year after cashback/vouchers
2) 500 mins, unlimited texts, 4GB data for £10 per month. After £60 voucher and £49.50 TCB worked out to a little under £1 per month.
Based on deal 2 (if you are happy to pay 50p or so per month for an extra GB data) I wouldn't bite and keep a close eye on deals this weekend. BT are notorious for fiddling with vouchers/tariff etc.
A few days ago the deal for 2 was
SIMO 2GB Plan (doubled to 4GB)
£10 for 500 min calls, 2GB (4GB now) of data and unlimited texts (£15 if you are not in a BT household until 28th April). Plus get an up £60 Amazon voucher and £65 cashback from TCB.
BT broadband customers. £10 x 12 = £120.
£65 cashback and £60 Amazon = £125
£5 Profit.
So this is now a poor deal.
Fair enough in which case then yes it's not the greatest deal but relatively speaking (50p a month for 4gb internet) it is still better than most deals available so for that reason I won't vote it cold.

I didn't know TCB/Quidco tracked at £60; if they did then that would be brilliant but I've heard instances where the cashback did not track. We should really therefore be quoting these prices net of the Amazon voucher only and consider any cashback a bonus.
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shaney2k
jymufc
Quids
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?
probably due to the deal being from one of the worst companys in the world for customer service i would imagine.
So true, they are still using Indian call centres. Most the staff don't understand English and they have no customer service skills whatsoever. I do not know how BT can get away with it.

*Sigh* This is why this once great nation is in such a mess. It's ironic as they are probably more qualified than you and all the other racists.
If you speak proper English then you will have no problems whatsoever communicating with them (I've never had a problem and find it admirable their quality of English which is their 2nd or sometimes even 3rd language is so good). They may have difficulties understanding people with strong accents but then again so do I.

Complain about poor customer service or whatever else don't blame their ethnicity. Besides, most people only remember the negative incidents and not the numerous positive encounters with 'Indian call centres'.
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SuperSai18

I didn't know TCB/Quidco tracked at £60; if they did then that would be brilliant but I've heard instances where the cashback did not track. We should really therefore be quoting these prices net of the Amazon voucher only and consider any cashback a bonus.

Quidco did not offer £65 . TCB did for only a short period. It then changed. I posted it on another thread.
The Black Friday deals are worse than yesterday. Quidco was £49.50 and I confirmed with Qudico on a chat and kept the transcript. I think BT have an issue with tracking and may not pay up.

None of my purchases tracked on Quidco and I had to raise claims.

By broadband purchase states I am not entitled to a Mastercard cashback, yet BT confimed I am. I complained. I am not impressed with BT so far! If my cashback claims and Mastercard are not paid I will be annoyed.
#26
Common Sense
SuperSai18

I didn't know TCB/Quidco tracked at £60; if they did then that would be brilliant but I've heard instances where the cashback did not track. We should really therefore be quoting these prices net of the Amazon voucher only and consider any cashback a bonus.
Quidco did not offer £65 . TCB did for only a short period. It then changed. I posted it on another thread.
The Black Friday deals are worse than yesterday. Quidco was £49.50 and I confirmed with Qudico on a chat and kept the transcript. I think BT have an issue with tracking and may not pay up.
None of my purchases tracked on Quidco and I had to raise claims.
By broadband purchase states I am not entitled to a Mastercard cashback, yet BT confimed I am. I complained. I am not impressed with BT so far! If my cashback claims and Mastercard are not paid I will be annoyed.
You have every right to feel aggrieved. You have all the evidence anyway so hopefully it should be straightforward in claiming what you are owed. Yes I've read that BT have issues tracking in the past which is why I am mentally considering this deal without it!
#27
SuperSai18
shaney2k
jymufc
Quids
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?
probably due to the deal being from one of the worst companys in the world for customer service i would imagine.
So true, they are still using Indian call centres. Most the staff don't understand English and they have no customer service skills whatsoever. I do not know how BT can get away with it.
*Sigh* This is why this once great nation is in such a mess. It's ironic as they are probably more qualified than you and all the other racists.
If you speak proper English then you will have no problems whatsoever communicating with them (I've never had a problem and find it admirable their quality of English which is their 2nd or sometimes even 3rd language is so good). They may have difficulties understanding people with strong accents but then again so do I.
Complain about poor customer service or whatever else don't blame their ethnicity. Besides, most people only remember the negative incidents and not the numerous positive encounters with 'Indian call centres'.

Edit - Not racist, no time to take you off your high horse.
#28
Hot from me.. does anyone knows when will they start charging the monthly fee? My O2 contract ends in January.. wondering if i can wait unitl December.
#29
Never received amazon voucher for last 3 of my orders
#30
Common Sense
SuperSai18

I didn't know TCB/Quidco tracked at £60; if they did then that would be brilliant but I've heard instances where the cashback did not track. We should really therefore be quoting these prices net of the Amazon voucher only and consider any cashback a bonus.
Quidco did not offer £65 . TCB did for only a short period. It then changed. I posted it on another thread.
The Black Friday deals are worse than yesterday. Quidco was £49.50 and I confirmed with Qudico on a chat and kept the transcript. I think BT have an issue with tracking and may not pay up.
None of my purchases tracked on Quidco and I had to raise claims.
By broadband purchase states I am not entitled to a Mastercard cashback, yet BT confimed I am. I complained. I am not impressed with BT so far! If my cashback claims and Mastercard are not paid I will be annoyed.

Good luck. Everything of mine tracked but BT still refused to pay out. Down over £200. Complains procedure with BT is useless - Call centre just emails back standard replies. My next step is using snail mail to the head office in the UK.
#31
topcat111

Good luck. Everything of mine tracked but BT still refused to pay out. Down over £200. Complains procedure with BT is useless - Call centre just emails back standard replies. My next step is using snail mail to the head office in the UK.

What was the reason for refusal to pay? Was it Quidco or TCB. All issues should be directed at Quidco and TCB and not BT.


Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 22, 2016 14:18
#32
Can I suggest when ever you go for any of these cash back / voucher offers you take a screen print of the relevant offer just in case you have to argue the point later after all this forms part of the contract that induced you to make the purchase. My household has had numerous BT offers Broadband and SIms and they have always been paid so long as they are claimed correctly.

I think on eof the best was fibre broadnand and BT sport if I remenber was £210 cashback from TCB and £120 saimsburys voucher making the package very affordable and delivering about 22mbps .
#33
Nice offer...will check network where I live
#34
Common Sense
topcat111

Good luck. Everything of mine tracked but BT still refused to pay out. Down over £200. Complains procedure with BT is useless - Call centre just emails back standard replies. My next step is using snail mail to the head office in the UK.
What was the reason for refusal to pay? Was it Quidco or TCB. All issues should be directed at Quidco and TCB and not BT.

Quidco couldn't help. Problem caused by BT cancelling my original order then recreating it. Why? They refuse to tell me !!! Not happy.
#35
SIM ONLY are on WAR ..
1 Like #36
SuperSai18
shaney2k
jymufc
Quids
Hot from me. seems a good deal. why the cold votes?
probably due to the deal being from one of the worst companys in the world for customer service i would imagine.
So true, they are still using Indian call centres. Most the staff don't understand English and they have no customer service skills whatsoever. I do not know how BT can get away with it.

*Sigh* This is why this once great nation is in such a mess. It's ironic as they are probably more qualified than you and all the other racists.
If you speak proper English then you will have no problems whatsoever communicating with them (I've never had a problem and find it admirable their quality of English which is their 2nd or sometimes even 3rd language is so good). They may have difficulties understanding people with strong accents but then again so do I.

Complain about poor customer service or whatever else don't blame their ethnicity. Besides, most people only remember the negative incidents and not the numerous positive encounters with 'Indian call centres'.


Init bruv, totally spot on, mint
#37
Worth checking your deals if you have an existing sim still in contract. I signed up in Feb this year.

Changed my current BT sim (20GB, Unlimited Texts/Calls) from £25 a month down to £16 a month. Happy with that.

(Checked the other sims and it seems they are all £1 above the Black Friday rates for existing customers)
#38
does anyone know what happens if you move away from BT in the middle of this contract. I currently have my broadband with them but I'm likely to switch once the current contract is up.
#39
TheDickieBoy
does anyone know what happens if you move away from BT in the middle of this contract. I currently have my broadband with them but I'm likely to switch once the current contract is up.


You pay £5 extra
#40
tyepye
Worth checking your deals if you have an existing sim still in contract. I signed up in Feb this year.
Changed my current BT sim (20GB, Unlimited Texts/Calls) from £25 a month down to £16 a month. Happy with that.
(Checked the other sims and it seems they are all £1 above the Black Friday rates for existing customers)

Was showing as exactly the same prices on my account, so I dropped my £9/2Gb to £8/3Gb. I did get my Amazon voucher too and Quidco tracked.

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