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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 fibre up to 52mb + weekend calls + line rental - Possible £123.91 for the first year or £10.32 a month - after Quidco cashbackback, mastercard and cheque. £393.91

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Cracking deal from BT for unlimited fibre broaband and weekend calls. I know that broadband deals are slippy, but worth to try. 1. You need to go via quidco website. Find bt new customers broadban… Read More
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Cracking deal from BT for unlimited fibre broaband and weekend calls. I know that broadband deals are slippy, but worth to try.

1. You need to go via quidco website. Find bt new customers broadband and weekend calls deal.- £95 cashback

2. It will redirect you to bt webiste, showing that monthly cost for fibre broadband is £10.99 (usually £12 if you go direct to bt website)

3. You need to pay Line Rental Saver upfront - £205.08 + Infinity activation fee - £49 and Home Hub delivery charge - £7.95

4. After service is up and runing you can claim mastercard reward card - £125 and £50 cheque here:

https://www.vouchers.bt.com/claim-my-reward/?s_cid=con_FURL_claimvoucher

https://www.vouchers.bt.com/offer/cashback

Total costs:

12 x 10.99 = 131.88

Line saver + activation fee + hub delivery charge = £262.03

£393.91

Quidco cashback - £95

mastercard reward card - £125

cheque - £50

£270

£393.91 - £270 = £123.91 for 12 months or £10.32 a month.

Use topcashback for £105 cashback which is £10 more saving than quidco....

- fishyfish

use tcb for £151.50 for bb+phone + tv
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I went with them and they messed up every single aspect of the deal and package. Charges bore no relation to the deal, didn't even put me on fibre.

Oh and months later you'll get about 5mb/sec even in fibre.
#2
Can u claim quidco and the other stuff from bt very interested in this
#3
You can't go through Quidco and get the cheque. You can still get the Mastercard either way.

kab600

Oh and months later you'll get about 5mb/sec even in fibre.

Are you sure you're actually in fibre?
#4
I got notice of the same deal via email Money Saving Expert. I believe you can claim 3 months free BT Sport. £5.00 after. Not sure about Quidco though.
1 Like #5
Worst customer service ever. Any problem, you end up speaking to someone new everyone you call India, and I had lots of problem with them. Got out of my contract after 4 months because they were do bad. AVOID.
#6
wouldn't bother rubbish customer service their superfast infinity broadband is sluggish at busy times of the day. Waiting for contract to expire next month so I can move to another provider avoid them like the plague
#7
I signed up to a similar deal recently. No problems so far. Have some heat.:P
1 Like #8
just had to cancel my BT account they mixed my address with someone else and in the end told me only way to sort it out was to cancel and rejoin ....hi sky
3 Likes #9
Well - doesn't matter which provider you choose, there will be always "something wrong" - people that are with bt complaints about bt, people with sky complaints about sky etc. I was with talk talk for 7 years and never had any problems, but when you read comments about them it's scary. I was with bt long time ago and also never had any problems.

Edited By: Kill8ill on Oct 19, 2016 07:54
2 Likes #10
I wouldn't go back to BT broadband / fibre if it were free and they paid me. Seriously. Pay for something better. Here's something I posted on another thread, when I had BT fibre:


I will be relieving myself from BT's abysmal service and returning to Sky the second the 12 month contract is up. Here's why..

1. Order problems from the very start. Unable to re-order for 24 hours until previous order cancelled. What type of archaic, backward system is that? It took until my 5th order for things to progress correctly.

2. £100 Visa card took a lot of chasing and eventually arrived much later than agreed and advertised.

3. This business of re-contracting BT Sport subscribers unfairly is scandalous, although this didn't affect me personally.

4. Customer Services inconsistent and, generally, very poor.

5. Phantom, chargeable calls to 123 appearing on my bill. Pretty bizarre since no telephony device has ever been plugged in to my phone socket. Not ever.

6. My main complaint: the broadband disconnects 4 - 5 times per day without warning or reason. My set up is perfect. One phone socket in the house - a brand new, Openreach fitted pre-filtered master socket. No phone connected at all, just the supplied RJ11 cable straight in to the back of the Home Hub 5. BT tech support have tested my line and have said that while there are detected instabilities on my line, wait for it, "Up to 5 disconnections a day is considered acceptable by BT and does not warrant the raising of a fault."!!! Wait, what's that..

I repeat: up to five disconnections a day are normal and not considered a fault.

So, my wife's upstairs working on her dissertation. She calls down that the internet has disconnected while she's in the middle of researching something. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".

Trying to calm a chicken pox infested three year old by letting her watch Frozen on repeat on Netflix on the iPad. Suddenly balling that it's not working Daddy. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".

Son returns from school, needs to borrow my laptop to look something up for his homework. Can't use the internet. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".

Later on, while I'm at work, I get a call from my wife who is annoyed because, after eventually getting the children to bed, she turns on Netflix on the TV to watch some ridiculous American girly series that one of her uni friends have recommended. Only to find it's not working. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".

I come in at 23:30, all I want to do is sit down with a cup of tea and watch Eastenders on the TV on the iPlayer with my wife but, guess what, it's not working. "Sorry BT, but none of this is normal.".

Before this deal, I had Sky fibre. It connected at 39 mbps and just worked. In the 12 months I had it, I don't think I noticed a single disconnection. Now I have BT Infinity. It also connects at 39 mbps but suffers several disconnections daily. What's deplorable is how BT think I should accept this as normal, just as they do. In my opinion, if I had up to 5 random disconnections a month I'd be wondering why and perhaps I'd be calling my ISP to investigate, but I would understand if the ISP stated that up to 5 disconnections a month is deemed acceptable. But, up to 5 disconnections a day is considered fine and dandy by one of the UK's largest ISPs? That is a joke.



I'm now back with Sky fibre and have had no problems (or disconnections!) at all.

Edited By: qwerta369 on Oct 19, 2016 07:59
1 Like #11
Add free BT tv (£10 activation fee) for an extra £45 Quidco (they pay you £35 to take the free tv) you get BT sports on the free tv so quite good
#12
Well that's put a damper on it ;)
#13
qwerta369
I wouldn't go back to BT broadband / fibre if it were free and they paid me. Seriously. Pay for something better. Here's something I posted on another thread, when I had BT fibre:I will be relieving myself from BT's abysmal service and returning to Sky the second the 12 month contract is up. Here's why..
1. Order problems from the very start. Unable to re-order for 24 hours until previous order cancelled. What type of archaic, backward system is that? It took until my 5th order for things to progress correctly.
2. £100 Visa card took a lot of chasing and eventually arrived much later than agreed and advertised.
3. This business of re-contracting BT Sport subscribers unfairly is scandalous, although this didn't affect me personally.
4. Customer Services inconsistent and, generally, very poor.
5. Phantom, chargeable calls to 123 appearing on my bill. Pretty bizarre since no telephony device has ever been plugged in to my phone socket. Not ever.
6. My main complaint: the broadband disconnects 4 - 5 times per day without warning or reason. My set up is perfect. One phone socket in the house - a brand new, Openreach fitted pre-filtered master socket. No phone connected at all, just the supplied RJ11 cable straight in to the back of the Home Hub 5. BT tech support have tested my line and have said that while there are detected instabilities on my line, wait for it, "Up to 5 disconnections a day is considered acceptable by BT and does not warrant the raising of a fault."!!! Wait, what's that..
I repeat: up to five disconnections a day are normal and not considered a fault.
So, my wife's upstairs working on her dissertation. She calls down that the internet has disconnected while she's in the middle of researching something. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".
Trying to calm a chicken pox infested three year old by letting her watch Frozen on repeat on Netflix on the iPad. Suddenly balling that it's not working Daddy. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".
Son returns from school, needs to borrow my laptop to look something up for his homework. Can't use the internet. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".
Later on, while I'm at work, I get a call from my wife who is annoyed because, after eventually getting the children to bed, she turns on Netflix on the TV to watch some ridiculous American girly series that one of her uni friends have recommended. Only to find it's not working. My reply: "Sorry, but BT says that's perfectly normal.".
I come in at 23:30, all I want to do is sit down with a cup of tea and watch Eastenders on the TV on the iPlayer with my wife but, guess what, it's not working. "Sorry BT, but none of this is normal.".
Before this deal, I had Sky fibre. It connected at 39 mbps and just worked. In the 12 months I had it, I don't think I noticed a single disconnection. Now I have BT Infinity. It also connects at 39 mbps but suffers several disconnections daily. What's deplorable is how BT think I should accept this as normal, just as they do. In my opinion, if I had up to 5 random disconnections a month I'd be wondering why and perhaps I'd be calling my ISP to investigate, but I would understand if the ISP stated that up to 5 disconnections a month is deemed acceptable. But, up to 5 disconnections a day is considered fine and dandy by one of the UK's largest ISPs? That is a joke.

I'm now back with Sky fibre and have had no problems (or disconnections!) at all.

5 and 6 are linked, it'll be a line fault causing that. Did you have your line replaced before joining Sky?

Also 5 disconnections a day would cause DLM to kick and knock down the line speed. You don't need to talk to anyone to raise a fault, you just go here and register the fault.
1 Like #14
My £190 Quidco from when I took this deal has just been paid into the bank today. I've had my £150 prepaid mastercard and £40 Amazon vouchers ages ago and my friend who referred me to Quidco has had their £10 referral fee. :D
#15
nublets2k
5 and 6 are linked, it'll be a line fault causing that. Did you have your line replaced before joining Sky?
Also 5 disconnections a day would cause DLM to kick and knock down the line speed. You don't need to talk to anyone to raise a fault, you just go here and register the fault.
Line not repaired or replaced at any point since leaving Sky, joining BT, leaving BT and rejoining Sky. The only difference is the ownership of the equipment my line is connected to in the exchange and, accordingly, the network backbone.

Line speed remained a steady 39 Mbps while with BT, even during the periods of disconnections.

Again, BT do not entertain faults where there are up to 5 disconnections per day, as this is within their tolerance.
#16
I gave my 30 days notice yesterday. Can I apply as a new customer again today and just schedule the install to occur the day after I get disconnected? If not, Can my wife apply today as a new customer although there is an existing fibre contract for another 29 days? Anyone done this before?
1 Like #17
Use topcashback giving £105 cashback. £10 more saving than quidco....
#18
fishyfish
Use topcashback giving £105 cashback. £10 more saving than quidco....
just about to say that. gone with BT as they'll be £10 cheaper than Virgin without the cashback and cashcard

and TCB tracking is much better

Just a quick email to keep you up to date with your latest transactions:
BT Broadband - New Customers | 19 Oct 2016 10:59

delahmed
I gave my 30 days notice yesterday. Can I apply as a new customer again today and just schedule the install to occur the day after I get disconnected? If not, Can my wife apply today as a new customer although there is an existing fibre contract for another 29 days? Anyone done this before?
some companies say that you have to have been disconnected for about 3or6mths to be classed as a new customer. to save confusion and the hassle sign up in your wifes name or you could ring them stating the deal or wait and see if they contact you


Edited By: watson44 on Oct 19, 2016 11:43
#19
I just got off the phone with BT retentions team. The honest lady said I could go into a 24M contract at £18.99 line rental + £7 BT infinity 1 per month. Line rental saver is £205 pa. Thats a decent deal as i prefer BT over plusnet, TT, SSE, Vodafone, EE, etc.
I told her the MSE / Quidco deal with £125 MC + quidco or MSE cheque is a better deal as a new customer although the BT infinity 1 is priced at £10.99 and she said she could not do anything more as the incentives are done by third parties.
My last day with BT is 17 nov and I will now ask the wife to apply for this new deal and have it installed for the 17th also. I will also keep my HH5 router and get a Smart hub.
I was going to buy one anyway for £50 so the one off upfront payment of £46+£7.95 is ok by me. I also know its going to cost me £31 to cease my services.
The OP should remove the comment about the cheque combined with quidco as they cannot be done together. Simply check the Ts&Cs of the claim link. You have to have clicked through the promoters website (MSE), not quidco,
Having a look at quidco (instead of £50 MSE cheque), i am liking the look of this deal for £175 cashback.
"For new customer BT Broadband + BT Calls + BT TV + SIMO"
I need a new sim only, don't mind paying a one off £10 to get BT Sports on my tv for the whole year. I get £35 boost of cashback for taking it.
1 Like #20
Signed up to the other cable.co.uk one still waiting for the cheque and even though the card was for £150 they sent me a £125 one i agree its not that customer service are bad! Tey are decent people and all were from these isles but they say they do something and then something else happens! My tcb paid out and i got £125 so far from £200! Sold the router for £36 as i didn't need it so as it stands i have paid £14 a month of there abouts! If they give me the other £75 they owe me as per deal then my costs would drop under £10! But even if i get nothing more from them not bad at £14 a month!

I agree though a lot of hassle this deal and deliberately made complicated to confuse people they would be better saying £175 bill credit and done with it!

Tip though if you want BT sport get the basic free BT TV as its only £10 set up costs and free for 12 months if you add it later it will be free but cost £49 setup fee! If you use the online version three months free then £5 a month not too bad but with BT TV you can use the online version and sell the box for tenner to cover your costs and making it free for the year!

Edited By: Anon32 on Oct 19, 2016 13:25
#21
How much after the first 12 months?
#22
Anon32
Signed up to the other cable.co.uk one still waiting for the cheque and even though the card was for £150 they sent me a £125 one i agree its not that customer service are bad! Tey are decent people and all were from these isles but they say they do something and then something else happens! My tcb paid out and i got £125 so far from £200! Sold the router for £36 as i didn't need it so as it stands i have paid £14 a month of there abouts! If they give me the other £75 they owe me as per deal then my costs would drop under £10! But even if i get nothing more from them not bad at £14 a month!

I agree though a lot of hassle this deal and deliberately made complicated to confuse people they would be better saying £175 bill credit and done with it!

Tip though if you want BT sport get the basic free BT TV as its only £10 set up costs and free for 12 months if you add it later it will be free but cost £49 setup fee! If you use the online version three months free then £5 a month not too bad but with BT TV you can use the online version and sell the box for tenner to cover your costs and making it free for the year!


if you signed up via cable.co.uk, can you still get tcb paid?
#23
Happyday1234
Anon32
Signed up to the other cable.co.uk one still waiting for the cheque and even though the card was for £150 they sent me a £125 one i agree its not that customer service are bad! Tey are decent people and all were from these isles but they say they do something and then something else happens! My tcb paid out and i got £125 so far from £200! Sold the router for £36 as i didn't need it so as it stands i have paid £14 a month of there abouts! If they give me the other £75 they owe me as per deal then my costs would drop under £10! But even if i get nothing more from them not bad at £14 a month!
I agree though a lot of hassle this deal and deliberately made complicated to confuse people they would be better saying £175 bill credit and done with it!
Tip though if you want BT sport get the basic free BT TV as its only £10 set up costs and free for 12 months if you add it later it will be free but cost £49 setup fee! If you use the online version three months free then £5 a month not too bad but with BT TV you can use the online version and sell the box for tenner to cover your costs and making it free for the year!
if you signed up via cable.co.uk, can you still get tcb paid?
No.
Have a look at Ts and Cs on this page.
https://www.vouchers.bt.com/offer/cashback

Our current promotion of a £50 cashback cheque is running exclusively with Cable.co.uk and their partners between 22/07/2016 – 01/08/2016 and is available to customers purchasing a new BT Broadband or BT Infinity package on bt.com via the aforementioned website only. Earlier promotions are shown below. Orders placed outside of these dates and via any other site do not qualify for this offer:
#24
Just came to an end with my contract with Virgin 200mb, the speed was inconsistent to say the least, one moment you're downloading a 10gb file in under 3 mins other times you couldn't even maintain a steady connection to xbox live.

I'm thinking of taking this deal but would need the 74mb version which is only reduced from £30 to £25 which seems a lot more expensive compared to the 52mb deal being posted
#25
Anon32
Signed up to the other cable.co.uk one still waiting for the cheque and even though the card was for £150 they sent me a £125 one i agree its not that customer service are bad! Tey are decent people and all were from these isles but they say they do something and then something else happens! My tcb paid out and i got £125 so far from £200! Sold the router for £36 as i didn't need it so as it stands i have paid £14 a month of there abouts! If they give me the other £75 they owe me as per deal then my costs would drop under £10! But even if i get nothing more from them not bad at £14 a month!
I agree though a lot of hassle this deal and deliberately made complicated to confuse people they would be better saying £175 bill credit and done with it!
Tip though if you want BT sport get the basic free BT TV as its only £10 set up costs and free for 12 months if you add it later it will be free but cost £49 setup fee! If you use the online version three months free then £5 a month not too bad but with BT TV you can use the online version and sell the box for tenner to cover your costs and making it free for the year!
when I click on free starter TV its says free +£49 TV activation fee
#26
delahmed
Happyday1234
Anon32
Signed up to the other cable.co.uk one still waiting for the cheque and even though the card was for £150 they sent me a £125 one i agree its not that customer service are bad! Tey are decent people and all were from these isles but they say they do something and then something else happens! My tcb paid out and i got £125 so far from £200! Sold the router for £36 as i didn't need it so as it stands i have paid £14 a month of there abouts! If they give me the other £75 they owe me as per deal then my costs would drop under £10! But even if i get nothing more from them not bad at £14 a month!
I agree though a lot of hassle this deal and deliberately made complicated to confuse people they would be better saying £175 bill credit and done with it!
Tip though if you want BT sport get the basic free BT TV as its only £10 set up costs and free for 12 months if you add it later it will be free but cost £49 setup fee! If you use the online version three months free then £5 a month not too bad but with BT TV you can use the online version and sell the box for tenner to cover your costs and making it free for the year!
if you signed up via cable.co.uk, can you still get tcb paid?
No.
Have a look at Ts and Cs on this page.https://www.vouchers.bt.com/offer/cashback
Our current promotion of a £50 cashback cheque is running exclusively with Cable.co.uk and their partners between 22/07/2016 – 01/08/2016 and is available to customers purchasing a new BT Broadband or BT Infinity package on bt.com via the aforementioned website only. Earlier promotions are shown below. Orders placed outside of these dates and via any other site do not qualify for this offer:

That's i am asking him
#27
For MSE deal , it is £125 mastercard + £50 cheque
For topcashback, it is £125 mastercard + £100 cashback.

So the Topcashback deal is better?
#28
at the time of posting this deal tcb was £90.90 this is why i used quidco. TCB is showing £101 for me, but Im a standard member.

Edited By: Kill8ill on Oct 19, 2016 17:49: more info
#29
Does getting the free BT sport count as getting broadband, calls and TV?
#30
ryonoti
Does getting the free BT sport count as getting broadband, calls and TV?

wold like to know that too

why topcashbak ? Quidco seam safer at least they chase it and live chat have been friendly if bt dont pay nothing they can do topcashback dont even have a support team
#31
cold by is one big scammer that overcharge me on 2 first bills 3 weeks no answer on email complain smart hub disconnecting few times a day , bt tv box cutting off constantly is so rubbish I can't belive I choose Bt again
#32
5 sec. looking on google, will help you sort out your problem with disconnecting :)
#33
can any one confirm if free BT sport tv pack count TV in Quidco ?
1 Like #34
fisi22
can any one confirm if free BT sport tv pack count TV in Quidco ?
Add the free tv for a one off £10 activation fee and you will get a set top box with free BT sports and an extra £45 cash back with Quidco. don't use topcashback they steal your cashback.

Edited By: Madchester on Oct 19, 2016 21:09
#35
Interesting
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1 Like #36
For those who have purchased via Quidco fill the form on this link to get them to price match the TCB offer:
http://www.quidco.com/highest-cashback-guarantee/
#37
Headingley_Lad
For those who have purchased via Quidco fill the form on this link to get them to price match the TCB offer:http://www.quidco.com/highest-cashback-guarantee/


Quidco is higher if you take the free tv for extra £10 installation

Exclusive rate
for new customer Broadband, Calls & TV £140
#38
currently phone and BB are in brother name with sky.
Can i change to this bt deal in my name WITH same home phone number? thanks
#39
how long dose quidco takes to track my hasn't yet
1 Like #40
My quidco took about 4 hrs to track and I was sweating it the whole time. Finally tracked at £140 for bb+calls+ one off £10 TV

To the other poster, I'm with SKY and my order went through. Something did pop up saying I have no BT landline and an engineer will need to come out and ad one. I actually do have a BT line as I had fibre previously with talktalk currently with Sky.

I haven't got an aerial on my rooftop and BT said they can send out someone to fix one on the roof for £60. I understand you can get a few channels from the yourview box with just use of an Ethernet cable?

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