BT Unlimited Infinity 1 up-to-52Mb Fibre Broadband 12 months contract £413.87 (£12.82 pm after cashback) @ BT - HotUKDeals
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 up-to-52Mb Fibre Broadband 12 months contract £413.87 (£12.82 pm after cashback) @ BT

£413.87 @ BT Broadband
Unlimited fibre broadband's discounted to £29.49/mth for 12 months. After, it jumps to the usual £47.49/mth. You pay £59.99 set-up costs. Includes activation and p&p for the 'free' router. CLAIM a £… Read More
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Unlimited fibre broadband's discounted to £29.49/mth for 12 months. After, it jumps to the usual £47.49/mth.
You pay £59.99 set-up costs. Includes activation and p&p for the 'free' router.
CLAIM a £100 prepaid Mastercard & £50 cashback AFTER installation. This makes the deal really hot, but it's fiddly. Annoyingly, BT won't remind you, so diarise to use this Mastercard link and cashback link. You've up to 3mths after installation to claim - they then take up to 45 days to arrive.

Also Quidco offers £110 for this package
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#1
Hot from me as this price also includes the £18.99 a month line rental.
#2
where does it says you get 50 quid cashback after installation?
#3
The set up costs are a con, I upgraded my own from a HH4.
1 Like #4
suchitmehta7
where does it says you get 50 quid cashback after installation?
On the web site on the black banner.
#5
I got offered £23 for 50mbit including line rental as a retention deal. Still jumped ship to virgin for 100mbit inc anytime phone @ £37. Might pay £42 for 200mbit
1 Like #6
Sambat
suchitmehta7
where does it says you get 50 quid cashback after installation?
On the web site on the black banner.
when you go through quidco or tcb you don't see that 50 quid cashback in the banner. so either you get quidco or tcb cashback or bt's 50 quid cashback but not both. hence you 12.82 pm price is not correct.
#7
I see it.
#8
Hi, so can anyone confirm beyond any doubt you get 100 MasterCard plus 50 credit from bt and 110 quidco ?
#9
jumbopants
Hi, so can anyone confirm beyond any doubt you get 100 MasterCard plus 50 credit from bt and 110 quidco ?


you wont get quidco and the BT £50. you can get Quidco and the mastercard, though.
#10
kester76
I got offered £23 for 50mbit including line rental as a retention deal. Still jumped ship to virgin for 100mbit inc anytime phone @ £37. Might pay £42 for 200mbit

Is it worth the speed upgrade? What sort of speeds are you getting on WiFi?
1 Like #11
I'm on sky fibre and contract is just up, so just tried to sign up to this BT deal to find out right at the end BT have no more fibre space in the cabinet for me to switch .... or so live BT help just informed me, gutted ........
#12
jumbopants
I'm on sky fibre and contract is just up, so just tried to sign up to this BT deal to find out right at the end BT have no more fibre space in the cabinet for me to switch .... or so live BT help just informed me, gutted ........

Openreach add new capacity all the time, you go on a waiting list.
#13
donslibi
kester76
I got offered £23 for 50mbit including line rental as a retention deal. Still jumped ship to virgin for 100mbit inc anytime phone @ £37. Might pay £42 for 200mbit
Is it worth the speed upgrade? What sort of speeds are you getting on WiFi?
It's being installed on Saturday but I'll be using my own access points :)
#14
suchitmehta7
when you go through quidco or tcb you don't see that 50 quid cashback in the banner. so either you get quidco or tcb cashback or bt's 50 quid cashback but not both. hence you 12.82 pm price is not correct.

£16,99 without £50 cashback for 50Mbit is still good price I supposed. We will see can't I have both cashbacks. I ordered today and my activation day is 17th of March

Edited By: krasnal9 on Feb 22, 2017 20:52
#15
kester76
donslibi
kester76
I got offered £23 for 50mbit including line rental as a retention deal. Still jumped ship to virgin for 100mbit inc anytime phone @ £37. Might pay £42 for 200mbit
Is it worth the speed upgrade? What sort of speeds are you getting on WiFi?
It's being installed on Saturday but I'll be using my own access points :)

Good luck, just consider WiFi speed as I'm not sure how fast ac is in the real world. I get full speed on a 74mb connection. 100 should be ok? Not sure if ac will keep up with 200mb
#16
Is the £110 cashback not for broadband + calls (in other words £29.49 broadband package plus at least £3.50 calls package)?
#17
krasnal9
suchitmehta7
when you go through quidco or tcb you don't see that 50 quid cashback in the banner. so either you get quidco or tcb cashback or bt's 50 quid cashback but not both. hence you 12.82 pm price is not correct.
£16,99 without £50 cashback for 50Mbit is still good price I supposed. We will see can't I have both cashbacks. I ordered today and my activation day is 17th of March
absolutely.. can't agree more for 17pm for fibre. not sure why it is cold. perhaps its BT that is why...
#18
suchitmehta7
Sambat
suchitmehta7
where does it says you get 50 quid cashback after installation?
On the web site on the black banner.
when you go through quidco or tcb you don't see that 50 quid cashback in the banner. so either you get quidco or tcb cashback or bt's 50 quid cashback but not both. hence you 12.82 pm price is not correct.
1. You didn't say you were going through Quidco when you had the problem. 2. It's not my price, or even my post..
1 Like #19
donslibi
kester76
donslibi
kester76
I got offered £23 for 50mbit including line rental as a retention deal. Still jumped ship to virgin for 100mbit inc anytime phone @ £37. Might pay £42 for 200mbit
Is it worth the speed upgrade? What sort of speeds are you getting on WiFi?
It's being installed on Saturday but I'll be using my own access points :)

Good luck, just consider WiFi speed as I'm not sure how fast ac is in the real world. I get full speed on a 74mb connection. 100 should be ok? Not sure if ac will keep up with 200mb


I will hopefully only be using wifi for mobile, laser printers and airplay docks. The PCs, TVs, Set top boxes will be connected by a switch. Wifi N is plenty to be honest as my mobile devices normally only have a signal aerial.
#20
currently with BT and they have offered me an 18m TV/Broadband deal incl line rental for £47.49 PM. Seems pretty good TBH, but I do have to run a nowTV box to get my sky channels that the wife likes to watch
1 Like #21
kester76
donslibi
kester76
donslibi
kester76
I got offered £23 for 50mbit including line rental as a retention deal. Still jumped ship to virgin for 100mbit inc anytime phone @ £37. Might pay £42 for 200mbit
Is it worth the speed upgrade? What sort of speeds are you getting on WiFi?
It's being installed on Saturday but I'll be using my own access points :)
Good luck, just consider WiFi speed as I'm not sure how fast ac is in the real world. I get full speed on a 74mb connection. 100 should be ok? Not sure if ac will keep up with 200mb
I will hopefully only be using wifi for mobile, laser printers and airplay docks. The PCs, TVs, Set top boxes will be connected by a switch. Wifi N is plenty to be honest as my mobile devices normally only have a signal aerial.

Avallon
Is the £110 cashback not for broadband + calls (in other words £29.49 broadband package plus at least £3.50 calls package)?

Comes with the 'free' unlimited weekend calls package included.
#22
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
#23
krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?


£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?
#24
flaming.h
krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?
If only there were a thread on that somewhere..

;)
1 Like #25
qwerta369
flaming.h
krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?
If only there were a thread on that somewhere..

;)


That did make me laugh. Thanks ;)
#26
flaming.h
krasnal9
I recoment to check this deal now. BT gives £150 reward card + £110 quidco cashback. So 52Mbit for £13,3 per month makes this deal hot. I am wondering If I cancel my order in cooling period (14 days) and order it again, will I be new customer?
£28.99 a month x 12=£347.88+
£59.99 setup=£407.87
- £110 quidco and
-£150mastercard
=£147÷ by 12 months =£12.25 a month ?

Quidco is redirecting to site where package price is £29.99 a month, so after all cashback it is £13.3 a month
1 Like #27
When it directs you to BT site it's the 2nd deal down ..
unlimited fibre £28.99 =£12.25 ;)

Edited By: flaming.h on Feb 25, 2017 22:24: typo
#28
Sorry if I look silly. We are with BT but contract ended. Could we get this or is it brand new customers only?
#29
halecrater
Sorry if I look silly. We are with BT but contract ended. Could we get this or is it brand new customers only?
It is for new customer only.

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