BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (Fibre up to 52MB) and free weekend calls, including line rental £29.99 / £16.65 p/m (after £70 Topcashback, and £150 BT prepaid mastercard) (£419.87 term) - HotUKDeals
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 (Fibre up to 52MB) and free weekend calls, including line rental £29.99 / £16.65 p/m (after £70 Topcashback, and £150 BT prepaid mastercard) (£419.87 term)

£419.87 @ BT Broadband
Just subscribed to BT (I change providers every year depending on the best deals out there). If done through topcashback, Unlimited Infinity shows up as £29.99 p/m as opposed to £34.99 p/m on the n… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Just subscribed to BT (I change providers every year depending on the best deals out there).

If done through topcashback, Unlimited Infinity shows up as £29.99 p/m as opposed to £34.99 p/m on the normal BT page.

The calculations:

£29.99 x 12 = £359.88
+ £59.99 set up fee (hate these set up fees)
Total £359.88 + £59.99 = £419.87 per year

£419.87 - £70 Topcashback - £150 prepaid BT card = £199.87 per year

£199.87 / 12 = £16.65 per month for up to 52MB fibre unlimited, Free weekend calls and line rental all included.

Normally you'd be paying that price for line rental alone!

12 month contract, remember to cancel or change providers after 12 months.
Also remember to claim your £150 reward when you BT Infinity becomes live.
Note that this is the last day of the £150 reward, tomorrow you may get a lower amount reward card.

BT Reward Card Offer Dates
From 05.01.17 until 12.01.17 new to BT customers are eligible for a £100 BT Reward Card when ordering a BT Broadband package and a £150 BT Reward Card when ordering a BT Infinity package. Existing BT Broadband customers upgrading to BT Infinity or those adding just BT TV are excluded.
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#1
you would be better taking the infinity 1 (80MB) as no set up fee!..... also FYI I did this on Saturday and my TCB has not tracked....grrr
1 Like #2
OP, you should remove that "£16.65" part from the title, you cannot count on any cashback.
#3
Aeschylus
you would be better taking the infinity 1 (80MB) as no set up fee!..... also FYI I did this on Saturday and my TCB has not tracked....grrr
Just checked mine and it had tracked. I signed up on the weekend as well. Might be worth setting up a claim in TCB, they're usually quite good.
#4
TCB has been awfull lately. you will be VERY lucky if they payout.
#5
GazmoX
OP, you should remove that "£16.65" part from the title, you cannot count on any cashback.
I had specified in brackets that the price is after cashback and prepaid card. I've rarely had any non-tracked cashback, and TCB customer service is really good when you open a claim in my experience.
#7
£80 Cashback via Quidco
1 Like #8
Aeschylus
you would be better taking the infinity 1 (80MB) as no set up fee!..... also FYI I did this on Saturday and my TCB has not tracked....grrr

Yes, thanks, I had a look at the 76MB option too, but that one has a £9.99 up front fee, and is around £15 per month extra for an additional up to 24MB speed. I thought the 52 MB was sufficient, as opposed to paying an additional £190 for the year for 76MB speed.
#9
Have a look at John Lewis (aka Plusnet) broadband Fibre Extra - 12 months contract (which includes phone line rental and free evening+weekend calls). Speed up to 80MB unlimited.

£36.50 x 12 = £438 (also Quidco £10 cashback) = £428 annual cost
#10
littel helper
TCB has been awfull lately. you will be VERY lucky if they payout.
I haven't had any issues with payouts from TCB.
#11
Agree, Topcashback lately are getting poor at paying out on anything, got loads in my confirmed box and just sitting there unpaid after months, chasing them through support gets the usual response of retailer says not showing as going through them (even though its quite clearly tracked), have you used a discount code etc, blah blah.

Edited By: x5gb on Jan 12, 2017 10:59
#12
I did this at the end of November, I got the MasterCard within 2 weeks and TCB was confirmed last week.
#13
rebel
Have a look at John Lewis (aka Plusnet) broadband Fibre Extra - 12 months contract (which includes phone line rental and free evening+weekend calls). Speed up to 80MB unlimited.

£36.50 x 12 = £438 (also Quidco £10 cashback) = £428 annual cost

That one is more expensive than this deal. You'd be saving over £200 if you went for this deal with £70 cashback and £150 prepaid card.
#14
good find. thanks.
1 Like #15
ssb1973
Aeschylus
you would be better taking the infinity 1 (80MB) as no set up fee!..... also FYI I did this on Saturday and my TCB has not tracked....grrr
Yes, thanks, I had a look at the 76MB option too, but that one has a £9.99 up front fee, and is around £15 per month extra for an additional up to 24MB speed. I thought the 52 MB was sufficient, as opposed to paying an additional £190 for the year for 76MB speed.
I was on the 52mb deal, and BT offered to up it to 76mb for £1 a month extra via an offer on it's website when I logged in. If the cashback tracks and pays out these BT deals are very good. Just be sure to complete the whole transaction online without ringing them as otherwise you'll not get the prefilled mastercard.
#16
annoyingly my broadband is due for renewal on 26th Feb and the latest they can activate is 23rd!
#17
Either this isn't a good deal for some people, or there are a lot of BT haters out there. Just wondering why some people are voting cold. I haven't been a fan of BT either, but this deal was too good to pass in my opinion. ;)
Please enlighten me.
1 Like #18
grewstar1
annoyingly my broadband is due for renewal on 26th Feb and the latest they can activate is 23rd!
They'll probably have another good deal closer to the time. Just need to keep an eye out.
#19
Scorpion
ssb1973
Aeschylus
you would be better taking the infinity 1 (80MB) as no set up fee!..... also FYI I did this on Saturday and my TCB has not tracked....grrr
Yes, thanks, I had a look at the 76MB option too, but that one has a £9.99 up front fee, and is around £15 per month extra for an additional up to 24MB speed. I thought the 52 MB was sufficient, as opposed to paying an additional £190 for the year for 76MB speed.
I was on the 52mb deal, and BT offered to up it to 76mb for £1 a month extra via an offer on it's website when I logged in. If the cashback tracks and pays out these BT deals are very good. Just be sure to complete the whole transaction online without ringing them as otherwise you'll not get the prefilled mastercard.
Thanks for the tips.
1 Like #20
Also worth pointing out that signing up for BT opens up their pretty competitive mobile contracts. I'm paying the equivalent of £4.66 a month for 3GB data thanks to the vouchers. Last year BT paid me £4 to have a mobile contract with them.
1 Like #21
grewstar1
annoyingly my broadband is due for renewal on 26th Feb and the latest they can activate is 23rd!

just do that, all you will do is have to pay off the 3 days with your other provider lol.... about £4...and you make £150
#22
Aeschylus
you would be better taking the infinity 1 (80MB) as no set up fee!..... also FYI I did this on Saturday and my TCB has not tracked....grrr
same here, contacted them and are looking into it
1 Like #23
ssb1973
Either this isn't a good deal for some people, or there are a lot of BT haters out there. Just wondering why some people are voting cold. I haven't been a fan of BT either, but this deal was too good to pass in my opinion. ;)
Please enlighten me.

I will tell you why....

BT has 6 million users, you only need 1% unhappy and that is 60000 bad reviews!..... however you have to look deeper, BT Broadband is horrendous, and I would advise to avoid like the plague, they mess up your SNR setting and line sync is awful....normal BB you need a good supplier....

however in Fibre it is hard for them to mess up, not only do they give you a guaranteed speed, Fibre is hard to mess up....

Now I can 99% confidently say that almost all complaints will be people on wireless (BT only guarantee wired speed) their hub whilst good is not half as good as say my Netgear D7800 (£200)....so add those all together... millions of subscribers, average router, foreign call centres, BT SNR issue with sync rates on normal BB....

you can see why the hate comes
#24
I also have just jumped for this deal. Worth also mentioning that you get 100gb of cloud storage and probably the best router
#25
amoulden
I also have just jumped for this deal. Worth also mentioning that you get 100gb of cloud storage and probably the best router

Caution....their forum is alive with issues around the HH6, apparently the wireless is terrible.... infact rmour is they are sending the HH5 out again to customers
#27

Dont do that...silly error, you are looking at one reviews in a stale environment, you have to go to where the users are

Well after many many phone calls to an appalling call center with staff who simply do not understand English and 4 new hubs later they finally confirmed to me to-day that at their call center they are overwhelmed with complaints regarding Hub6. Yes BT are fully aware.There it is!! BT Know!! However its only dealt with on a case by case basis. If like me you complain enough they will eventually recommend reverting back to a hub5!! This I have done and was refunded my £50. This hub is not confirmed as ready and anyone reading this will almost certainly experience problems with drop outs and loss of service. I await BT to confirm latest update > SG4B10002244> is the awaited fix... I somehow do not think so. I will update here once i know officially.Smiley Mad

just one thread with 17 pages of issues

https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Home-hub-6-not-so-smart/td-p/1642403/page/17
#28
ssb1973
littel helper
TCB has been awfull lately. you will be VERY lucky if they payout.
I haven't had any issues with payouts from TCB.

I've generally been okay to , having had almost £4000 + in payouts over the years with very few issues.
However, recently I am still awaiting resolutions for a similar BT deal I took out last October (£215 cashback due !!) and also a Currys purchase , again a big one with around £104 due on that.
Both are in the 'investigation' stages with the retailers and I have provided all the relevant info and order numbers etc to locate the orders but apparently this takes a minimum of 2-3 months for the retailer to verify ? Its been well over 2 months now and despite chasing I seem to be getting nowhere.
Very painful and with a lot of money at stake here .... £319 in total !
#29
I remember free weekend calls and free calls after 6pm during the week as a child growing up in the 90's. BT haven't changed much.
#30
I took almost this deal on 4th Jan. £70 cashback (tracked after 24 hrs) and £125 card. I couldn't say no at £19.60/month. Voted hot at £16.65
1 Like #31
Aeschylus
ssb1973
Either this isn't a good deal for some people, or there are a lot of BT haters out there. Just wondering why some people are voting cold. I haven't been a fan of BT either, but this deal was too good to pass in my opinion. ;)
Please enlighten me.
I will tell you why....
BT has 6 million users, you only need 1% unhappy and that is 60000 bad reviews!..... however you have to look deeper, BT Broadband is horrendous, and I would advise to avoid like the plague, they mess up your SNR setting and line sync is awful....normal BB you need a good supplier....
however in Fibre it is hard for them to mess up, not only do they give you a guaranteed speed, Fibre is hard to mess up....
Now I can 99% confidently say that almost all complaints will be people on wireless (BT only guarantee wired speed) their hub whilst good is not half as good as say my Netgear D7800 (£200)....so add those all together... millions of subscribers, average router, foreign call centres, BT SNR issue with sync rates on normal BB....
you can see why the hate comes
All fair points. That said I think they're better than Sky, having had both for some time. BT call centres are annoying, but you can do online chat with BT in the middle of the night, none of this 8:30>7:30 rubbish that sky insist on. Additionally I'd suggest that all the big providers routers are a bit rubbish. I've used an Asus RT AC68U with both and have no issues with wifi in my fairly large house. I'd guess that I'm not the norm on that front though and can easily appreciate why many people would loath BT. The way I'd look at BT is.... they're better than Sky, but not by much.
2 Likes #32
If the deal was £5 a month it would still get voted cold on here because it's BT.
1 Like #33
Stunning deal!
And as mentioned in other threads, having this entitles you to BT Mobile 15gb 4G data SIM which works out at £4.33/month after discount card and cashback!
Cold voting muppets get back to school and do your Maths exams again :{
#34
Aeschylus
ssb1973
Either this isn't a good deal for some people, or there are a lot of BT haters out there. Just wondering why some people are voting cold. I haven't been a fan of BT either, but this deal was too good to pass in my opinion. ;)
Please enlighten me.
I will tell you why....
BT has 6 million users, you only need 1% unhappy and that is 60000 bad reviews!..... however you have to look deeper, BT Broadband is horrendous, and I would advise to avoid like the plague, they mess up your SNR setting and line sync is awful....normal BB you need a good supplier....
however in Fibre it is hard for them to mess up, not only do they give you a guaranteed speed, Fibre is hard to mess up....
Now I can 99% confidently say that almost all complaints will be people on wireless (BT only guarantee wired speed) their hub whilst good is not half as good as say my Netgear D7800 (£200)....so add those all together... millions of subscribers, average router, foreign call centres, BT SNR issue with sync rates on normal BB....
you can see why the hate comes
Thanks for the info. I'll let you know how I get on once I'm with them. Will keep an open mind.
#35
Aeschylus
amoulden
I also have just jumped for this deal. Worth also mentioning that you get 100gb of cloud storage and probably the best router
Caution....their forum is alive with issues around the HH6, apparently the wireless is terrible.... infact rmour is they are sending the HH5 out again to customers
The infinity unlimited comes with the Smart Hub. Not sure what the differences are to the Home Hub though.
#36
justanotherpunter
Stunning deal!
And as mentioned in other threads, having this entitles you to BT Mobile 15gb 4G data SIM which works out at £4.33/month after discount card and cashback!
Cold voting muppets get back to school and do your Maths exams again :{
Not to mention the large number of free BT hostspots nationwide that you can also use as a BT customer.
#37
Good deal my quidco tracked fine. Some people just find problems I swap every year and been with bt before no issues
#38
I have BT Hub 5 and wi-fi is shocking, replaced one already and made hardly any difference to streaming and they won't offer the latest smarthub unless I sign up to a new 18 month contract! Anyone recommend a decent router that does not break the bank?
1 Like #39
IndyS
I have BT Hub 5 and wi-fi is shocking, replaced one already and made hardly any difference to streaming and they won't offer the latest smarthub unless I sign up to a new 18 month contract! Anyone recommend a decent router that does not break the bank?

Netgear D7000 and thank me every year :) comes with a modem as well.... or push the boat out and get my router, the Netgear D7800

https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-D7000-100UKS-Nighthawk-Wireless-Connections/dp/B00ZU1T8C0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484250619&sr=8-1&keywords=netgear+d7000
#40
Aeschylus
IndyS
I have BT Hub 5 and wi-fi is shocking, replaced one already and made hardly any difference to streaming and they won't offer the latest smarthub unless I sign up to a new 18 month contract! Anyone recommend a decent router that does not break the bank?
Netgear D7000 and thank me every year :) comes with a modem as well.... or push the boat out and get my router, the Netgear D7800https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-D7000-100UKS-Nighthawk-Wireless-Connections/dp/B00ZU1T8C0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484250619&sr=8-1&keywords=netgear+d7000
Jeez alot of BT customers writing reviews.. thanks, I'll bear this one in mind.

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