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BT unlimited fibre broadband 52mbps, 19.48 pm or 17.58 if line rental paid upfront ( including line rental ) £408.76

£408.76 @ BT Broadband
Here is the breakdown LIne rental 18.99 pm *12 = 227.88 Fibre 10.99pm * 12 = 131.88 Activation ( one off) 49 Sub Total = 408.76 Cash back 175 - ( 125 master card + 50 cheque ) fi… Read More
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
Here is the breakdown

LIne rental 18.99 pm *12 = 227.88

Fibre 10.99pm * 12 = 131.88

Activation ( one off) 49

Sub Total = 408.76

Cash back 175 - ( 125 master card + 50 cheque )

final yearly cost = 408.76 - 175 = 233.76

Equivalent of £19.48 monthly

If you can afford to pay line rental upfront, it comes down to monthly equivalent of £17.58

12 months contract

Here's what to do:

1. Pay line rent upfront. If you can afford to, during the application opt to pay £205.08 for the year (equiv £17.09/mth). Or it's £18.99/mth.

2. The broadband's discounted to £10.99/mth for a year. It's usually £26/mth & will go to this after.

3. You pay a one-off £49 activation fee. Installation's free but you must pay £7.95 p&p for the 'free' router.

4. To get the £175 you need to claim AFTER installation. The key to the deal is you get a £125 prepaid Mastercard (which you can spend anywhere that takes Mastercard) and a £50 cheque. They can take up to 45 days to arrive from claiming.

- What about calls? Weekend calls to UK landlines are included. See other BT costs.

- What if BT hikes prices? Discounted broadband is fixed for a year. Standard line rent could rise, but you're protected if you pay upfront.

- Anything else? You get 100GB free online storage & you can opt in to free BT Sport for 3mths (then it's from £5/mth - cancel if you don't want it).
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
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3 Likes #1
cold for using the word "diarise"
4 Likes #2
johnthehuman
cold for using the word "diarise"
Get a life
#3
jh787
johnthehuman
cold for using the word "diarise"
Get a life

says the person replying angrily to a forum post on the internet
#4
Also if you go through topcashback could get £101 cashback
#5
I think the money saving expert one is fractionally cheaper for BT - not sure why the cold votes on this though.
#6
looks hot to me, thanks op
#7
Lot of cold votes, i guess there is cheaper deal available somewhere for a similar package?
Please post a link
#8
When I did this it worked out almost free of charge after all the rewards paid out
#9
But it is with BT.
#10
This package looks seriously cheap even without topcashback. Assuming it pays out as well, then it's a seriously good offer. Curious as to why folks are voting cold as I'm in the market for fibre broadband after Talktalk putting up their prices.
#11
john52
But it is with BT.
I have to say - and not being a fan of BT at all - my service with them (Infinity 2) has been absolutely perfect since I've had it, which I think is about two and a half years now. Although it's expensive, because of the this I am reluctant to seek a cheaper deal.
#12
this is hot, but hotter to go via top cash back for £101 on this package.

also worth looking at their addons. bt mobile at £10 a month for 12 months with £40 Amazon voucher. or add a BT tv install to this for a one of £10.

plus free BT Sport.

hot deal. ignore the cold votes
#13
brilliant deal.
1 Like #14
awful customer services in fact shocking!
1 Like #15
nomisco
john52
But it is with BT.
I have to say - and not being a fan of BT at all - my service with them (Infinity 2) has been absolutely perfect since I've had it, which I think is about two and a half years now. Although it's expensive, because of the this I am reluctant to seek a cheaper deal.

Well firstly regardless of what utilities provider is posted everyone will have a nightmare story, you only ever hear about peoples bad comments never good ones. Personally myself I'm in the same boat, spin back maybe 6-8 years ago and I'd be slating BT have forum posts of my nightmare with them and adsl broadband. In the end a very nice openreach guy took on my case and more or less recommended in no more words that the best course of action was to leave because they would not be fitting a new virtual sever into my local exchange place as they would be hoping that when the fibre came out at the time that natural migration to fibre would decrease the load saving them from having to install new equipment to cope with the adsl demand. I went to O2 for years after then until they sold out to sky who didn't want to know me unless I migrated my line to them (line was tied into BT still, but BB wasn't) so I went back to BT but with the Infitiny2 package (no virgin in my area so didn't have many options). 4 years maybe it is now (pass time flies) and never once have I had a single outage, router problem, slow down or anything. I run my router with the 2.4 and 5Ghz bands separated with different ssid's with those devices wanting the faster connections on the 5Ghz bands (my streaming devices like Nvidia Shield) and the lower priority devices on the 2.4 band (my phone). My Desktop PC stays wired connection. 5Ghz band always speed tests at around 69-72Mbps with an upstream of around 20-24 and on the 2.4 channel around 46-56Mbps with same upstream of 20-24. Don't forgot also if you are needing a high upstream BT is about the fastest around I think Virgin top package is the only one that goes above about 10-12 upstream from memory as they cap it on other packages (hardly anyone ever mentions upstream speeds).

Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Oct 21, 2016 00:45
#16
Nothing wrong with this deal, good price, even better if u get tcb as well. Admittedly BT not the greatest customer service wise..
#17
Good luck getting cash back. Refused me for no reason. Lots of other people refused if you look at Quidco reviews. May explain some of the cold votes. I'm £120 down because of a similar 'deal'.
#18
I think it's a very good deal. I chose the highest speed BT offers at 76Mbps with no TV option. It comes down at £25 per month + £18.99 for line rental. However, there is a £125 Master Card offered as mentioned by the OP, and as I've used Topcashback, I was offered a £105 cashback. Before cashback it's £527.88 or £44 per month. But after deducting 125 and 105, the price is reduced to below £24 a month. Which I think is a cracking offer compared to anything else on the market at the moment.
1 Like #19
all installed and everything has tracked (cashcard and TCB) which should work out to around £11pm

having downgraded from Virgins 150MB to BT's 52MB i can't tell the difference...apart from the price
#20
watson44
all installed and everything has tracked (cashcard and TCB) which should work out to around £11pm
having downgraded from Virgins 150MB to BT's 52MB i can't tell the difference...apart from the price

Mine getting activated Monday. Hope all goes well.
BT however charges for crazy things like caller id, direct debit payment charge ( both after first 12 months )
So the mantra is keep switching...

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