​BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls £10.65pm after c/back through Quidco- £28.99 pm (£59.99 activation) but £200 Mastercard and £80 quidco potentially £10.65 pm - HotUKDeals
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​BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls £10.65pm after c/back through Quidco- £28.99 pm (£59.99 activation) but £200 Mastercard and £80 quidco potentially £10.65 pm

£28.99 @ BT Broadband
You have to go through Quidco to get this deal. £28.99 per month including line rental and weekend UK landline calls. Add £59.99 for activation and BT Smart Hub router. Total cost over the full year… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
You have to go through Quidco to get this deal.

£28.99 per month including line rental and weekend UK landline calls. Add £59.99 for activation and BT Smart Hub router. Total cost over the full year £407.87.

Factor in £200 prepaid Mastercard + £80 Quidco and potentially its £10.65 per month.
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46 Likes
If you need broadband, rather than "it's nice to have sometimes", or if you don't have the time to mess about spending hours trying to get a problem sorted... BT Broadband is NOT for you.

They are utterly incompetent. They will lie to your face (well, over the phone). They will not keep on top of any issues you have. They simply don't care about you as a customer.

That's not a problem if everything goes smoothly and you never have to deal with them. It's a frickin' nightmare if you have any issues at all.

Their customer service is akin to trying to scoop your own eye out with a rusty spoon. Their automated menus are occasionally hilariously bad. Their call centres are staffed by, for what feels like the most part of the first line, liars and cheats.

With any phoneline-based broadband you're at the mercy of OpenReach to some degree. You need your ISP to stay on top of that. BT Consumer (the part of BT that sells you BT Broadband and a phoneline) will not do this. They don't care.

Do NOT use your "at btinternet.com" email address, because they WILL hold you hostage with it if they can.

Heat added because this deal is unbelievably cheap. But if you need a decent ISP, look elsewhere.
12 Likes
matedodgy
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.


You can credit your BT broadband account with the MasterCard, hence offsetting your bill. I did this when my £100 MasterCard arrived and have had 'free' broadband for the past couple months.
9 Likes
Steve1205
I got a similar deals a few months ago. I went with Topcashback and got £105 back within 4 weeks. I vote hot.

Who did you have to sleep with to get BT cashback from TCB?! Never TCB again for me and I used to be a TCB brand ambassador.
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Just one word of caution. If you are eyeing for cashback and reward then let your Quidco cashback come in first. Then You can claim the reward. Reward must be claimed within the first 3 months. There are chances for Quidco cashback to be declined if you claim the reward prior to cashback. Hope this helps.

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2 Likes #1
I got a similar deals a few months ago. I went with Topcashback and got £105 back within 4 weeks. I vote hot.
#2
Can I ask how do you claim the gift card?
1 Like #3
Fantastic price and only 12 month contract. Only problem I'm already with BT coming to the end of the contract. Any idea how quickly I can reconnect back to BT after cancelling the line completely and what are the extra costs compared to the usual switching? I'm not bothered about the change of my landline number.
1 Like #4
palcsaky
Fantastic price and only 12 month contract. Only problem I'm already with BT coming to the end of the contract. Any idea how quickly I can reconnect back to BT after cancelling the line completely and what are the extra costs compared to the usual switching? I'm not bothered about the change of my landline number.
You can cancel the contract rather renewing. Do it 30 days before the renewal date. Take the new account in your partners name or your name(not sure). You should get all the rewards. You ll be charged £60 for line activation. I getting in on my partners name the new account. BT are fine with it and said they would pay in the reward.
1 Like #5
Got the similar deal a couple of months ago. You claim the gift card via a website once your services are live; my card turned up a few days afterwards. Very happy so far. HEATED!
#6
Showing as £29.99 for me (yes I know it's only a quid a month).
Great deal though.
Edit: strangely when I go via google it says £29.99, when I go via HUKD link it says £28.99.

Edited By: ficosaneil on May 05, 2017 08:35: Extra info
2 Likes #7
ath007
Can I ask how do you claim the gift card?

Its very easy. Once your setup, go into your account online and it will be available for you to claim. I claimed mine within a week of installation and the card arrived a week later.

But you have you claim it as BT won't automatically send it out to you.
9 Likes #8
Steve1205
I got a similar deals a few months ago. I went with Topcashback and got £105 back within 4 weeks. I vote hot.

Who did you have to sleep with to get BT cashback from TCB?! Never TCB again for me and I used to be a TCB brand ambassador.
1 Like #9
m1chaels
Steve1205
I got a similar deals a few months ago. I went with Topcashback and got £105 back within 4 weeks. I vote hot.
Who did you have to sleep with to get BT cashback from TCB?! Never TCB again for me and I used to be a TCB brand ambassador.
I was surprised to get the £105 from BT but I never got anything from Three or Talk Talk.
#10
Damn! I signed up for BT just two days ago. There was a £100 MasterCard up for grabs then. now it is £200. Can I get this changed without cancelling the order and then re-ordering now?
1 Like #11
If you already have BT and you're coming to the end of your term, could you take it out in your partners name instead of your own, technically be a new customer and get this deal?
1 Like #12
kharma45
If you already have BT and you're coming to the end of your term, could you take it out in your partners name instead of your own, technically be a new customer and get this deal?
Yupp
#13
palcsaky
Fantastic price and only 12 month contract. Only problem I'm already with BT coming to the end of the contract. Any idea how quickly I can reconnect back to BT after cancelling the line completely and what are the extra costs compared to the usual switching? I'm not bothered about the change of my landline number.


I believe you'll also get a disconnection charge, it's around £30 as well I believe, robbing gits!!
#14
I would love to ditch Virgin but the best speed I can get from BT or others is 6.5Mb-15Mbps.. Virgin Media holds a monopoly in my area...
#15
Although wish I'd have gone this route, just renewed, so I'm still in the cooling off period. I'm paying £21 for unlimited broadband, line rental and basic TV with BT Sport, 18 month contract.
1 Like #16
Just had BT fibre with £150 reward card and £100 cashback via topcashback installed. Typical!!

Hot deal.
1 Like #17
ath007
Can I ask how do you claim the gift card?
You need to claim the card after the service on. Its a bit hidden on their site the easiest way to search for reward claim. After 30 days you will receive a plastic mastercard with £200. You will get an activation code by email and you need to activate the card on purecard.com You can use the card for normal shopping but can't take cash out or pay services using at the gas station etc.
1 Like #18
spent an hour on the phone with BT this morning as can't claim my gift card apparently "bt .com is a separate company" I would have to speak to them they don't deal with customers. the unhelpful chap filled in a form and doesent know how or when they will get in touch.
1 Like #19
I started the process of applying after the last post about 3 weeks ago. It all started to go wrong quickly and was told there wasn't any capacity. It kind of reminded me that being with BT is a struggle. Struggle to join, struggle to leave.
3 Likes #20
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.
12 Likes #21
matedodgy
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.


You can credit your BT broadband account with the MasterCard, hence offsetting your bill. I did this when my £100 MasterCard arrived and have had 'free' broadband for the past couple months.
#22
Good deal. Does anyone know if it is possible to have BT broadband and phone line with sky TV? I assume yes and that it wouldn't affect Box Sets, On Demand, Sky Go etc but cannot find confirmation of this anywhere. Cheers.
#23
matedodgy
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.
You can deposit it into a NS&I direct saver or use it to pay off a credit card bill as it's treated as a debit card.
1 Like #24
poopeetoo
spent an hour on the phone with BT this morning as can't claim my gift card apparently "bt .com is a separate company" I would have to speak to them they don't deal with customers. the unhelpful chap filled in a form and doesent know how or when they will get in touch.

matedodgy
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.
Or you could use for your weekly shopping. Just depends on how financially disciplined you are.
#25
Tino_G
matedodgy
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.

You can credit your BT broadband account with the MasterCard, hence offsetting your bill. I did this when my £100 MasterCard arrived and have had 'free' broadband for the past couple months.
Thanks for that one.
46 Likes #26
If you need broadband, rather than "it's nice to have sometimes", or if you don't have the time to mess about spending hours trying to get a problem sorted... BT Broadband is NOT for you.

They are utterly incompetent. They will lie to your face (well, over the phone). They will not keep on top of any issues you have. They simply don't care about you as a customer.

That's not a problem if everything goes smoothly and you never have to deal with them. It's a frickin' nightmare if you have any issues at all.

Their customer service is akin to trying to scoop your own eye out with a rusty spoon. Their automated menus are occasionally hilariously bad. Their call centres are staffed by, for what feels like the most part of the first line, liars and cheats.

With any phoneline-based broadband you're at the mercy of OpenReach to some degree. You need your ISP to stay on top of that. BT Consumer (the part of BT that sells you BT Broadband and a phoneline) will not do this. They don't care.

Do NOT use your "at btinternet.com" email address, because they WILL hold you hostage with it if they can.

Heat added because this deal is unbelievably cheap. But if you need a decent ISP, look elsewhere.
#27
Just moved to this from my standard 15Mb Sky account and if anything I would say things have got worse performance wise but the price is very good.
1 Like #28
Good deal. I got it last month, £200 reward card and £120 TCB. Received the reward card last week, TCB says a 9 week lead time.
1 Like #29
matedodgy
I love the fact that people post that a £200 mastercard offsets the per month fee. The reality is that the per month fee will be as advertised and you'll spend the £200 mastercard on something straight away, such as Nintendo's latest console.

I was gonna use 200 out my debit account to credit my bt services and spend the mastercard on groceries so my accounts would even out. But now you mention a Nintendo... I both hate you and love you
3 Likes #30
Please don't touch BT: The MasterCard offer was refused as I was forced to upgrade to all you can eat data.
The connection was unreliable, and would generally fail every day and need manually switching on and off again. The box couldn't reconnect itself.
The online ability to track data usage was unreliable and so I couldn't manage data without going to uncapped. (And then losing the MasterCard deal).
Because the connection was unreliable the BT sport box was a waste of time, was unplugged after a week. It was simply too slow, clunky and rubbish.
My wife got confused by free weekend calls and ended up spending a fortune in the evenings after 7pm for a couple of months phoning her mum and dad. The bundled "half price" sim card was barely competitive and was another hassle to change at the end of the contract.
I have been so relieved to be off BT the last few weeks. I previously had terrible experience with plusnet 10 years ago and despite good service from EE, I will not touch the whole business.
My connection with talktalk hasn't needed rebooting in 6 weeks...never again BT.
1 Like #31
stapsell
Please don't touch BT: The MasterCard offer was refused as I was forced to upgrade to all you can eat data.
The connection was unreliable, and would generally fail every day and need manually switching on and off again. The box couldn't reconnect itself.
The online ability to track data usage was unreliable and so I couldn't manage data without going to uncapped. (And then losing the MasterCard deal).
Because the connection was unreliable the BT sport box was a waste of time, was unplugged after a week. It was simply too slow, clunky and rubbish.
My wife got confused by free weekend calls and ended up spending a fortune in the evenings after 7pm for a couple of months phoning her mum and dad. The bundled "half price" sim card was barely competitive and was another hassle to change at the end of the contract.
I have been so relieved to be off BT the last few weeks. I previously had terrible experience with plusnet 10 years ago and despite good service from EE, I will not touch the whole business.
My connection with talktalk hasn't needed rebooting in 6 weeks...never again BT.


same here. was with talk talk couple if years and moved to bt last year and always problems. Changed hub 4 times and still dropping connections
#32
Nexy
If you need broadband, rather than "it's nice to have sometimes", or if you don't have the time to mess about spending hours trying to get a problem sorted... BT Broadband is NOT for you.
They are utterly incompetent. They will lie to your face (well, over the phone). They will not keep on top of any issues you have. They simply don't care about you as a customer.
That's not a problem if everything goes smoothly and you never have to deal with them. It's a frickin' nightmare if you have any issues at all.
Their customer service is akin to trying to scoop your own eye out with a rusty spoon. Their automated menus are occasionally hilariously bad. Their call centres are staffed by, for what feels like the most part of the first line, liars and cheats.
With any phoneline-based broadband you're at the mercy of OpenReach to some degree. You need your ISP to stay on top of that. BT Consumer (the part of BT that sells you BT Broadband and a phoneline) will not do this. They don't care.
Do NOT use your "at btinternet.com" email address, because they WILL hold you hostage with it if they can.
Heat added because this deal is unbelievably cheap. But if you need a decent ISP, look elsewhere.

But where? TalkTalk are even worse, I’ve just spent months getting them to sort out a fault on their system. Some of what they said and did was so ridiculous that it would have been funny if it weren’t so exasperating.
#33
Is BT better than plusnet?
I recently upgraded my broadband plan in plusnet but i got the feeling like the broadband is actually slower and since they are changing price plan I am eligible to leave them without a penalty.
1 Like #34
Any ideas if i could sign up both of my sets of parents (separate addresses) through Quidco and receive both cashback offers through my account?
1 Like #35
vassy4u
kharma45
If you already have BT and you're coming to the end of your term, could you take it out in your partners name instead of your own, technically be a new customer and get this deal?
Yupp

Excellent, cheers.
#36
Nexy
If you need broadband, rather than "it's nice to have sometimes", or if you don't have the time to mess about spending hours trying to get a problem sorted... BT Broadband is NOT for you.
They are utterly incompetent. They will lie to your face (well, over the phone). They will not keep on top of any issues you have. They simply don't care about you as a customer.
That's not a problem if everything goes smoothly and you never have to deal with them. It's a frickin' nightmare if you have any issues at all.
Their customer service is akin to trying to scoop your own eye out with a rusty spoon. Their automated menus are occasionally hilariously bad. Their call centres are staffed by, for what feels like the most part of the first line, liars and cheats.
With any phoneline-based broadband you're at the mercy of OpenReach to some degree. You need your ISP to stay on top of that. BT Consumer (the part of BT that sells you BT Broadband and a phoneline) will not do this. They don't care.
Do NOT use your "at btinternet.com" email address, because they WILL hold you hostage with it if they can.
Heat added because this deal is unbelievably cheap. But if you need a decent ISP, look elsewhere.

I concur, they set up plusnet purely as a way to try and escape their rep. for poor customer service.
6 Likes #37
Just one word of caution. If you are eyeing for cashback and reward then let your Quidco cashback come in first. Then You can claim the reward. Reward must be claimed within the first 3 months. There are chances for Quidco cashback to be declined if you claim the reward prior to cashback. Hope this helps.
#38
palcsaky
Fantastic price and only 12 month contract. Only problem I'm already with BT coming to the end of the contract. Any idea how quickly I can reconnect back to BT after cancelling the line completely and what are the extra costs compared to the usual switching? I'm not bothered about the change of my landline number.

Don't cancel your account, you'll go without service and have to pay Openreach's £31 cease charge, the new account taking over will cancel the original account, change the start date on the order to when your old contract ends.
#39
PKRichie
palcsaky
Fantastic price and only 12 month contract. Only problem I'm already with BT coming to the end of the contract. Any idea how quickly I can reconnect back to BT after cancelling the line completely and what are the extra costs compared to the usual switching? I'm not bothered about the change of my landline number.
Don't cancel your account, you'll go without service and have to pay Openreach's £31 cease charge, the new account taking over will cancel the original account, change the start date on the order to when your old contract ends.
Are you sure? Will it be the same for any network? Even for bt existing customer?
#40
Any indication how long this offer is on for. My existing Talk talk deal finishes on 10th June, I was going to go with Sky, but this looks a cracking deal. Just don't want to pay any early cancellation fees to Talk talk. Any advice appreciated.

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