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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 - 52MB Fibre Broadband - Effective cost after Quidco only £23.48

£23.48 @ BT Broadband
BT Unlimited Infinity 1 12 months contract 52MB Download Speed / 9.5MB Upload Speed Unlimited weekend calls New BT Smart Hub Currently Offer: £9.50 p/m for 12 months, £20 thereafter Line rent… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
BT Unlimited Infinity 1
12 months contract
52MB Download Speed / 9.5MB Upload Speed
Unlimited weekend calls
New BT Smart Hub

Currently Offer:
£9.50 p/m for 12 months, £20 thereafter
Line rental = £18.99 p/m (Pay full year upfront at £205.80, effective monthly cost £17.15 p/m)
£49 Activation Fee
£7.95 Delivery

Quidco currently has a £95 cashback for the next 3 days from this post.

So if you pay the line rental upfront, your effective monthly cost including line rental is as follows:

(£9.50 + £17.15) x 12 = £319.80
£319.80 + £49 (activation) + £7.95 (delivery) - £95 (Quidco) = £281.75
£281.75 / 12 = £23.48

Hope this helps someone. A pretty decent deal for 52MB Fibre including line rental. Be quick though if you want it as the Quidco deal ends in 3 days and the £9.50 promotion also ends in 5 days.

Note: This is for a new deal.
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1 Like #1
So actually £319.80, not £23.48!
1 Like #2
bt sport included?
if so makes this an even better deal
why cold?
#3
They were giving a £100 mastercard recently, has that stopped ?
#4
worked out about £14 a month with line rental thru topcashback
#5
johnkers
bt sport included?
if so makes this an even better deal
why cold?

Last week the same deal worked out at £15 a month, so this is £84 more a year.
#6
nublets2k
So actually £319.80, not £23.48!

Effective monthly cost after Quidco: £23.48
#7
chrisjdhuckle
worked out about £14 a month with line rental thru topcashback

Currently TCB paying out £105, whereas Quidco is £95. So TCB is slightly better but still not £14.
#8
Darzen
They were giving a £100 mastercard recently, has that stopped ?

Looks like it :(
1 Like #9
bt - bloody terrible
#10
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August
1 Like #11
Darzen
They were giving a £100 mastercard recently, has that stopped ?
The deal posted about a week ago which reached 500 degrees, was also for unlimited infinity 1 but at £10.99 per month with a mastercard, so just on that point alone this deal might be better for some as it's a lower monthly price and saves about £18 over 12 months (not everyone seemed to be happy about getting the mastercard ?).
#12
I have infinity 2 and pay 17.50 per month just haggled and wasn't that difficult tbh don't have BT TV but do have a mobile but it's only 10 per month...
#13
I just got my £100 pre paid credit card, just waiting for £95 CB from Quidco, but I signed up a cpl weeks ago :)
#14
intuder
I have infinity 2 and pay 17.50 per month just haggled and wasn't that difficult tbh don't have BT TV but do have a mobile but it's only 10 per month...


How did you manage that? I tried my best to get a deal but they said we don't do it for anyone o.O lol
#15
xox_collette_xox
intuder
I have infinity 2 and pay 17.50 per month just haggled and wasn't that difficult tbh don't have BT TV but do have a mobile but it's only 10 per month...


How did you manage that? I tried my best to get a deal but they said we don't do it for anyone o.O lol


I Don't know just told the guy I wasn't prepared to pay what he was asking..
#16
nublets2k
johnkers
bt sport included?
if so makes this an even better deal
why cold?
Last week the same deal worked out at £15 a month, so this is £84 more a year.

Good luck taking last weeks price
#17
Th3 Ripper
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August

Am I missing something, or is it now September?
Do BT allow you to take Augusts price in September?
#18
RuudBullit
nublets2k
johnkers
bt sport included?
if so makes this an even better deal
why cold?
Last week the same deal worked out at £15 a month, so this is £84 more a year.
Good luck taking last weeks price

Don't worry, I did.
#19
RuudBullit
Th3 Ripper
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August
Am I missing something, or is it now September?
Do BT allow you to take Augusts price in September?

Naw, that just makes it a COLD deal. Just wait 4 days for BT to make it Hot again.
1 Like #20
Best of waiting and keep checking the bt site

You will find a better deal
1 Like #21
nublets2k
RuudBullit
Th3 Ripper
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August
Am I missing something, or is it now September?
Do BT allow you to take Augusts price in September?
Naw, that just makes it a COLD deal. Just wait 4 days for BT to make it Hot again.

To be fair to the OP, it's the best price for the product at the minute. If you're voting cold because you think the product isn't worth it, ie a different company offers a similar service for a better price, then that's fair enough, but to vote cold based on what the product used to cost or what you think it may cost in the future is a bit tight. It's like me voting cold on a new video game deal because I know it will be £20 in 6 months.
#22
RuudBullit
nublets2k
RuudBullit
Th3 Ripper
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August
Am I missing something, or is it now September?
Do BT allow you to take Augusts price in September?
Naw, that just makes it a COLD deal. Just wait 4 days for BT to make it Hot again.
To be fair to the OP, it's the best price for the product at the minute. If you're voting cold because you think the product isn't worth it, ie a different company offers a similar service for a better price, then that's fair enough, but to vote cold based on what the product used to cost or what you think it may cost in the future is a bit tight. It's like me voting cold on a new video game deal because I know it will be £20 in 6 months.

Exactly, and I see your point! Please try and see it this way. If we voted in terms of the actual product: Say a £1000 HDMI cable becomes available, it's the cheapest this cable has ever been and spec wise it's got some fancy oxygen free malarkey so is only one of it's caliber, of course it's a waste of money.

I like that the HUKD community often base a deal on it's whole 'value' rather than 'this is the cheapest currently with BT' aesthetic.

Swings and roundabouts - I'd rather a few annoying comments about 'voted cold because I don't like BT' but as a whole get a 'real deal' because people are comparing against multiple things and not just the deal with X provider only.
#23
RuudBullit
nublets2k
RuudBullit
Th3 Ripper
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August
Am I missing something, or is it now September?
Do BT allow you to take Augusts price in September?
Naw, that just makes it a COLD deal. Just wait 4 days for BT to make it Hot again.
To be fair to the OP, it's the best price for the product at the minute. If you're voting cold because you think the product isn't worth it, ie a different company offers a similar service for a better price, then that's fair enough, but to vote cold based on what the product used to cost or what you think it may cost in the future is a bit tight. It's like me voting cold on a new video game deal because I know it will be £20 in 6 months.

This is HotUKDeals, not HotUKBestPricesAtTheMomentButNotNecessarilyADeal.
#24
Hot Only Based On Price With Single Provider @ X Time UK Deals? Nah, don't be so simplistic.
#25
RuudBullit
nublets2k
RuudBullit
Th3 Ripper
poor deal it was roughly £18 per month in August
Am I missing something, or is it now September?
Do BT allow you to take Augusts price in September?
Naw, that just makes it a COLD deal. Just wait 4 days for BT to make it Hot again.
To be fair to the OP, it's the best price for the product at the minute. If you're voting cold because you think the product isn't worth it, ie a different company offers a similar service for a better price, then that's fair enough, but to vote cold based on what the product used to cost or what you think it may cost in the future is a bit tight. It's like me voting cold on a new video game deal because I know it will be £20 in 6 months.

Its very rare I reply to a post however on this occasion I will.

If your happy to pay more feel free. However with a product/supplier that changes prices faster than the wind changes direction its far too simplistic to say the price today is a deal, you need to consider the bigger picture.

There are a ton of websites that help people identify the best broadband deals, my personal favourite (simply because you don't need to enter any details), is MoneySavingExpert.
#26
Looking for a bt infinity deal myself but not much about at min. Seen £125 back from bt on a c/card has anyoneyone actually ever received it. Also I think tcp is £70.70 for infinity and calls do you receive this as well as £125 cc.
Also it says free bt sport but how is this distributed to the customer
cheers everyone
1 Like #27
mmurdoch
Looking for a bt infinity deal myself but not much about at min. Seen £125 back from bt on a c/card has anyoneyone actually ever received it. Also I think tcp is £70.70 for infinity and calls do you receive this as well as £125 cc.
Also it says free bt sport but how is this distributed to the customer
cheers everyone

Received the Mastercard here...
#28
Surley BT Infinity upload is more than 9.5mbs, think I read 19mbs

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