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BT Unlimited Broadband £287.00 less £100 Reward Card (and possible £100 quidco

£287.00 @ BT Broadband
My talktalk deal is expiring so thought I'd look at what is available. Found this with BT - Unlimited Broadband and Weekend calls for £24.99/month (or less if you pay line rental upfront at £205.08 fo… Read More
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My talktalk deal is expiring so thought I'd look at what is available. Found this with BT - Unlimited Broadband and Weekend calls for £24.99/month (or less if you pay line rental upfront at £205.08 for 12 months). They will give you £100 Mastercard (which you have to claim for I believe). You can also an additional £100 through Quidco so total cost is £87 for 12 months. Can't see a better deal available at the moment.

I also have BT mobile contract which will reduce by £5/month so really can't complain.
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#1
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!
#2
Do they have international calls option?
Thanks
#3
Anon32
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!
What are you talking about?
#4
Anon32
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!

What cards?
#5
skgwho
Anon32
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!
What cards?
assume the prepaid mastercard
1 Like #6
skgwho
Anon32
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!

What cards?


The supposed £100 Mastercard that your actually paying for, nothing is free
#7
after you do the deal with bt ,you then need to register for the reward card to come
3 Likes #8
the prices seem cheaper if you go through quidco

i've just ordered:
BT Infinity 1 (the 50mb fibre line with unlimited usage) + weekend calls for £30/month
Sim card with 4gb data for £10/month
and i get £100 quidco, £150 mastercard and £60 amazon voucher

the amazon voucher is part of the sim card deal. above includes line rental. seems almost too cheap
#9
kpmatthews
the prices seem cheaper if you go through quidco
i've just ordered:
BT Infinity 1 (the 50mb fibre line with unlimited usage) + weekend calls for £30/month
Sim card with 4gb data for £10/month
and i get £100 quidco, £150 mastercard and £60 amazon voucher
the amazon voucher is part of the sim card deal. above includes line rental. seems almost too cheap

Didn't see the amazon voucher anywhere but great effort.
#10
i got similar to this a few months ago.. infinity unlimited, bt tv (youview), bt sports

22.99 a month plus 205 line rental

152 cashback (tcb)
150 prepaid card

just waiting for the card but have the cashback already!
#11
westy125
skgwho
Anon32
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!
What cards?
The supposed £100 Mastercard that your actually paying for, nothing is free

What does this mean?

I just took Infinity 1 @ £12.50 p/m, with line rental saver up front at £205, plus £49 activation.
One week later, I received a £125 prepaid Mastercard. In January I will get £95 Quidco cashback.

Fibre broadband for 1 year, £254 - £125 - £95 = £34 up front. £12.50 per month (so £15.30 per month all in) - not sure where the scam is tbh.
#12
I've just ordered the same deal. £100 Quidco has fracked and I'm waiting for confirmation on the Rewards card....
#13
Seems to be the best offer at the moment for normal(ADSL not fibre) broadband.
#14
it's showing up as 32.99 for me can't see the £25 option?
1 Like #15
ok found it through quidco
#16
kemptond
I've just ordered the same deal. £100 Quidco has fracked and I'm waiting for confirmation on the Rewards card....
you need to fill out a form once installation is complete. i think
#17
kpmatthews
kemptond
I've just ordered the same deal. £100 Quidco has fracked and I'm waiting for confirmation on the Rewards card....
you need to fill out a form once installation is complete. i think

Just spoke to Quidco, and they've advised that if they are not advertising the £100 mastercard reward via BT, you will not be able to claim both.
#18
Mitster
kpmatthews
kemptond
I've just ordered the same deal. £100 Quidco has fracked and I'm waiting for confirmation on the Rewards card....
you need to fill out a form once installation is complete. i think
Just spoke to Quidco, and they've advised that if they are not advertising the £100 mastercard reward via BT, you will not be able to claim both.

I know people that claimed both in the past
#19
Mitster
kpmatthews
kemptond
I've just ordered the same deal. £100 Quidco has fracked and I'm waiting for confirmation on the Rewards card....
you need to fill out a form once installation is complete. i think
Just spoke to Quidco, and they've advised that if they are not advertising the £100 mastercard reward via BT, you will not be able to claim both.

They are so should be ok
#20
how do you pre pay the line rental, i went through quidco but didnt get the option, it was the montly payments.
#21
i went through quidco and it was one of the options
#22
apostoliskt
how do you pre pay the line rental, i went through quidco but didnt get the option, it was the montly payments.
You can change this anytime by ringing them up.
#23
Got £200 Cashback on BT plus the £100 card a few weeks ago plus unlimited 55mbps fibre for £10 a month flipping amazing deal even after I flipped plusnet off early & paid the penalty.

Not impressed with plusnet at all, they cap your upload to 2mbps instead of 10mbps without telling you, if you Google it you can find out but guessing it's hidden in the small print somewhere but at least it's the proper 10mbps with BT.

Plus I can sell the home hub 6 & you view boxes they sent that I don't need, winner lol
1 Like #24
BT calls packages are so expensive.
EE charge £6.50/month for UK calls 24/7, international calls and 1500 UK mobile calls. Nothing seems to beat this.

But nothing beats this line rental and slow internet deal in terms of price.




Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 01, 2016 14:59
#25
I advised you not to use BT, despite being very attractive on the first year, after that they rip you off.
I just renewed the broadband bundle including BT sports and HD 3 months ago. I was bounded a two year broadband contract, they tried to keep you by offering HD channel and TV channel for free for a few months. You could 'try' to call up to renew the TV for free. They refuse to give it which is the reality, forcing you to pay more.These are their cunning strategies to rip you off.

In short, they are good to new customer only. Even though you jump to new company, you have to pay installation charge for that. Take plunset and sky if you can though their broadband are not as fast as the BT broadband.
#26
eggwich

In short, they are good to new customer only. Even though you jump to new company, you have to pay installation charge for that. Take plunset and sky if you can though their broadband are not as fast as the BT broadband.

What stops you leaving after the 12 month contract? Don't many people just find a new deal if the retention deal is poor?

I see TalkTalk loosing customers with their sky high prices, yet claim to be cheaper than BT.
#27
Common Sense
eggwich

In short, they are good to new customer only. Even though you jump to new company, you have to pay installation charge for that. Take plunset and sky if you can though their broadband are not as fast as the BT broadband.
What stops you leaving after the 12 month contract? Don't many people just find a new deal if the retention deal is poor?
I see TalkTalk loosing customers with their sky high prices, yet claim to be cheaper than BT.

No other good deal around the time when I renewed the contract. I mean the retention deal was not too bad only if they offer you free BT sports and HD and same terms as the broadband. The BT sports and HD has shorted terms than the broadband. In my case, broadband term is on two year, BT sports is on three months. They said you can call up to 'try' to get them for free when the BT sports deal expire.

After three months, BT refused to give them for free or you have to pay for them. As a result this retention deal became very poor because they don't put thing for the same contract term. Cunning tactics to trap you for a long brandband deal.
#28
It's a real drag, having to unearth all the 'booby traps' on BBand deals! There's always the 14 days cooling off period though ( I hope,..)
#29
Rich44
Got £200 Cashback on BT plus the £100 card a few weeks ago plus unlimited 55mbps fibre for £10 a month flipping amazing deal even after I flipped plusnet off early & paid the penalty.
Not impressed with plusnet at all, they cap your upload to 2mbps instead of 10mbps without telling you, if you Google it you can find out but guessing it's hidden in the small print somewhere but at least it's the proper 10mbps with BT.
Plus I can sell the home hub 6 & you view boxes they sent that I don't need, winner lol

I do hate plusnet. Hoping BT is better...
#30
thanks for posting - I shared the BT Infinity 1 deal with SKY (my current ISP) and they did their unlimited fibre for £27 including line rental, no installation fee too, had to pay for the delivery of the new hub. BT (including installation and upfront line rental) with quidco was working out at £23 or £30 with just the mastercard. This way no hassle of waiting for cashback or quidco.
#31
Why is bt saying they need to install a new line whereas i already have a phoneline with talktalk broadband?!?

Plus eariest appointment is 30th nov, way after my 14 day cooling period

Not ordering!
#32
hashman
Why is bt saying they need to install a new line whereas i already have a phoneline with talktalk broadband?!?
Plus eariest appointment is 30th nov, way after my 14 day cooling period
Not ordering!

You are local loop unbundled and your line is with TalkTalk. They have to bring it back to the BT network.
Yes, TalkTalk has become so expensive. They are going to lose so many customers.
It is cheaper to get 2 BT lines one Fibre and one ASDL than get TalkTalk with Quidco and Mastercard deals.


Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 01, 2016 23:10
#33
Great deal - thanks
£90.00 Quidco has been tracked on broadband & Calls package
#34
Anon32
I have BT infinity they try and rip you off on the cards though!


No they don't, you just have to apply for it after your go live date.

I moved recently & my card arrived 10 days later
#35
Anyone know about Origin Broadband. Hearing mixed things. Some suggestion that they used to be much better than now but that the loss of Digital region, impacted them, though I guess that would just apply to Fibre broadband.

There line rental saver deal is 172.49 upfront. Free broadband -12 month contract. Equivalent 14.37 a month and no faffing with cards and cashback. Better deals if you want to extend to 24 months but I'm not that confident.

Also possible cashback available at topcashback and quidco, at 36.75 and 35.00 rspectively.

No download limits, no Fair Usage Policy, no blocked websites, and no traffic shaping.

Free router, if needed, and no fees to send it and no set up fees, unless new line needed.

Anyone got any experience with them?

https://www.originbroadband.com/packages/supersaver-deals
#36
Rarnik
Anyone know about Origin Broadband. Hearing mixed things. Some suggestion that they used to be much better than now but that the loss of Digital region, impacted them, though I guess that would just apply to Fibre broadband.
There line rental saver deal is 172.49 upfront. Free broadband -12 month contract. Equivalent 14.37 a month and no faffing with cards and cashback. Better deals if you want to extend to 24 months but I'm not that confident.
Also possible cashback available at topcashback and quidco, at 36.75 and 35.00 rspectively.
No download limits, no Fair Usage Policy, no blocked websites, and no traffic shaping.
Free router, if needed, and no fees to send it and no set up fees, unless new line needed.
Anyone got any experience with them?https://www.originbroadband.com/packages/supersaver-deals
Thanks for this, im going to give them a try, fed up of BT mucking up my order at confirmation page and still charging me.
#37
has this expired link says £32.99
#38
play21er
has this expired link says £32.99

it'll give you £24.99 when you go through topcashback or Quidco. I had the same experience yesterday but when i entered BT website through topcashback i got it for £24.99 per month (unlimited internet plus weekend calls ) and cashback tracked immediately at £101
#39
play21er
has this expired link says £32.99

The offer is valid till 7th (end of this week) so get in quiiiiiick!
1 Like #40
Hi I am trying to get this deal and add the premium tv also but I can't through Topcashback or quidco, any advice? TIA

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