BT Unlimited Broadband + Line rental - £24.98 for 12 months(12 month contract) with £115 Quidco & £75 reward card from BT- Approx £9.14 per month - HotUKDeals
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BT Unlimited Broadband + Line rental - £24.98 for 12 months(12 month contract) with £115 Quidco & £75 reward card from BT- Approx £9.14 per month £109.68

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Whilst going through the Plusnet Deal , I came across this deal BT unlimited broadband - total for the year was £299.76 with quidco(£115) and reward card(£75) from BT,monthly equivalent is £9.14 p… Read More
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Whilst going through the Plusnet Deal , I came across this deal

BT unlimited broadband - total for the year was £299.76 with quidco(£115) and reward card(£75) from BT,monthly equivalent is £9.14 per month after cashback or even cheaper if you pay line rental upfront.

BT has not got a traffic management system you get free 100gb cloud storage and access to BT hotspots !!

Moreover it did not charge the £50 activation what plusnet is charging for some customers
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#1
Seems a good deal but was unable to find anything BT fiber that bettered my current supplier.
#2
but unlimited fibre has a similar deal for £29.98. cash back dropped by £20 today
6 Likes #3
Great company, and their Indian call centre is a delight.
1 Like #4
Cash back question....

I was a BT customer over a year ago... Could I claim cash back again?
#5
And wait till that 12 months contracts runs out, the fun beginsl! I did it and they hiked it right up to £52 in month 13, phoned up (after a 22 minute wait in a cue) but good to know my call was important to them, to say what the hell? and they said, contract ended, so on new price :-0 the cheapest I could get it after that was £36 on a 2 year contract with NO bt sport. No bonuses for loyalty here!!!!!! Be nice if existing BT customer could get incentives to stay with them, surely that makes more business sense in the long run :-0!!!!
1 Like #6
this is good I signed up the other day n got internet 7.50 through Quidco +90 cashback and 50 voucher n payed line rental upfront rating another 10% but that still came to 9.50 a month !
#7
cuslund
And wait till that 12 months contracts runs out, the fun beginsl! I did it and they hiked it right up to £52 in month 13, phoned up (after a 22 minute wait in a cue) but good to know my call was important to them, to say what the hell? and they said, contract ended, so on new price :-0 the cheapest I could get it after that was £36 on a 2 year contract with NO bt sport. No bonuses for loyalty here!!!!!! Be nice if existing BT customer could get incentives to stay with them, surely that makes more business sense in the long run :-0!!!!
Sorry, I'm talking about Fibre optic, who doesn't have fibre optic these days. Get a grip, it's amazing!!!
1 Like #8
cuslund
And wait till that 12 months contracts runs out, the fun beginsl! I did it and they hiked it right up to £52 in month 13, phoned up (after a 22 minute wait in a cue) but good to know my call was important to them, to say what the hell? and they said, contract ended, so on new price :-0 the cheapest I could get it after that was £36 on a 2 year contract with NO bt sport. No bonuses for loyalty here!!!!!! Be nice if existing BT customer could get incentives to stay with them, surely that makes more business sense in the long run :-0!!!!
http://www.franksandellcuesport.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/502.jpg
#9
Possible to cancel my new BT broadband deal which is yet to start and get this deal? Am I allowed to do this? Before aug 1.. quidco wasnt offering great deal like this
#10
nn196411
this is good I signed up the other day n got internet 7.50 through Quidco +90 cashback and 50 voucher n payed line rental upfront rating another 10% but that still came to 9.50 a month !


Er......, what?
#11
girliestar
Possible to cancel my new BT broadband deal which is yet to start and get this deal? Am I allowed to do this? Before aug 1.. quidco wasnt offering great deal like this


14 days to change your mind. so move quickly
#12
belvaz
girliestar
Possible to cancel my new BT broadband deal which is yet to start and get this deal? Am I allowed to do this? Before aug 1.. quidco wasnt offering great deal like this
14 days to change your mind. so move quickly

but am I really allowed to cancel e same bt deal n rejoin again? Wouldnt I be counted as old customer not new? Will bt allow? Damn it..
#13
i was entised in by discount and cashback but its not worth it i wish id have gone to talktalk they are crap but still massive improvement on bt
3 Likes #14
Terrible customer service, if you sign up, let's hope you don't have a reason to call them.
#15
it would be ok if got cash back lol still waiting for cash back since October from when I signed up to them for home fibre deal
#16
m1c88
it would be ok if got cash back lol still waiting for cash back since October from when I signed up to them for home fibre deal

Did you use Quidco or TCB for cashback?
#17
If my BT contract is ending next week, do you think I can take this to extend it?
#18
Another user on HUKD told me that the price is equivalent of £7.91 a month if line rental is paid in advance. Anyone had any success in getting this?
#19
Looks like a good deal
,....................,,
#20
Hi guys, havnt trouble trying to get this deal via the link posted? Any help in the right direction?

Also what speed is this deal posted for? Seems to be varying ones on the BT websites

cheers
#21
Never done these deals before - been through the steps and it is looking like BT are asking for £23.99 per month.

I'm assuming that, that fee is offset by the Quidco Cashback and BT Reward Card. I know how Quidco operate, but what is the deal with the BT Reward?
#22
if quidco goes through cold.
#23
be fine if the site would let you find JUST phone and broadband without trying to ram tv down your throat...
#24
adamnsu
m1c88
it would be ok if got cash back lol still waiting for cash back since October from when I signed up to them for home fibre deal

Did you use Quidco or TCB for cashback?



quidco sorry late replu
#25
Has the BT reward card dropped to £50? Or am I looking in the wrong place?!
#26
To disable the SMS to Voice service.
You are given the option to 'amend' the times or set up a curfew timeframe where these calls are not offered. By default, everyone has 2300-0800 set. Use option 5 to disable it.

0800 587 5252 > 1 > 5


To add caller display:
http://home.bt.com/news/bt-life/get-bt-privacy-with-caller-display-free-11363844996657
#27
cuslund
And wait till that 12 months contracts runs out, the fun beginsl! I did it and they hiked it right up to £52 in month 13, phoned up (after a 22 minute wait in a cue) but good to know my call was important to them, to say what the hell? and they said, contract ended, so on new price :-0 the cheapest I could get it after that was £36 on a 2 year contract with NO bt sport. No bonuses for loyalty here!!!!!! Be nice if existing BT customer could get incentives to stay with them, surely that makes more business sense in the long run :-0!!!!


Similar experience, what happens if you bin them and get someone else in the household...ie my wife to take over an apply for all these goodies and deals they give new customers
#28
does this deal work for normal broadband, I can't get fibre in my area.

Edited By: bigvince76 on Aug 18, 2016 02:49: typo
#29
adamnsu
m1c88
it would be ok if got cash back lol still waiting for cash back since October from when I signed up to them for home fibre deal

Did you use Quidco or TCB for cashback?



quidco soz not been on much
#30
adamnsu
m1c88
it would be ok if got cash back lol still waiting for cash back since October from when I signed up to them for home fibre deal

Did you use Quidco or TCB for cashback?



quidco sorry not been on much

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