Get a years BT TV, Broadband & Weekend calls for £70 (after £181 cash back & £50 Sainsbury's voucher) - HotUKDeals
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Received TCB email today which covered a big cash back for BT (also covered in the thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bt-broadband-now-with-210-cashback-125-sainsburys-voucher-2111315) - however with a little bit of tweaking you can end up with a years BT TV, Broadband & Weekend calls for £70

TCB deal talks about BT Broadband + Calls + BT TV - giving a TCB of £181.80 and a £50 Sainsbury's voucher.

If you go to the BT new customer site (http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/options/new-customer.html) there is a deal for Broadband & Weekend calls with free BT TV for 12 months at a monthly cost of £21.74 and one off cost of £41.95 (total £302.83)

So for an outlay of £302 you get £231 in cash back - a years broadband, TV and weekend calls for £70 (£5.98 a month)
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1 Like #1
Hi. seems like a decent offer but as TCB can't be guaranteed you'll need to list the full price.
1 Like #2
Igor a bt deal on black friday for £250 quidco,and £150 sainsbury voucher. seems voucher and cashbook rates regularly change
1 Like #3
This deal is for 17Mb ADSL and 10GB usage limit per month.

Package is called TV Starter + Broadband + Weekend Calls

Cashback is not guaranteed so bear in mind the full price over 12 months is £302.83
1 Like #4
Absolutely horrific customer service and a nightmare to deal with when things go wrong...which they invariably do.

Avoid like the plague...
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thelargeportion1
Absolutely horrific customer service and a nightmare to deal with when things go wrong...which they invariably do.

Avoid like the plague...
Agree....as soon as our contracts up we are gone, awful company
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thelargeportion1
Absolutely horrific customer service and a nightmare to deal with when things go wrong...which they invariably do.

Avoid like the plague...

Have to agree it's never their fault and they want something like £90 to come out if there is a fault but they won't charge you if the fault is on their side. Said I would never go back to Virgin as when they were telewest they promised me a months subscription back after a fault and when I called up to find where it was they called me a tight greedy b, BTs service forced me back to them and how things have changed. BT could learn from them or even their own company plusnet which you here so many good reports about.


Edited By: eslick on Jan 09, 2015 19:11
#7
Ok - no deal then :(
1 Like #8
Advised my Sister to move from EE to BT on Black Friday Weekend deal. BT transferred within 2 weeks but forgot to tell EE who are still billing her. Didn't think that was possible under Ofcom rules of transfer? If you take this deal confirm to your old ISP your intentions in writing would be my advice.
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eslick
thelargeportion1
Absolutely horrific customer service and a nightmare to deal with when things go wrong...which they invariably do.

Avoid like the plague...

Have to agree it's never their fault and they want something like £90 to come out if there is a fault but they won't charge you if the fault is on their side. Said I would never go back to Virgin as when they were telewest they promised me a months subscription back after a fault and when I called up to find where it was they called me a tight greedy b, BTs service forced me back to them and how things have changed. BT could learn from them or even their own company plusnet which you here so many good reports about.



Virgin merged with telewest (and NTL) so wouldn't hold it on them because of telewest.

BT's problem is that customer service (which isnt a true department) its billing and is based mostly outside of the uk.
Most people ring to the sales line and unless its a sale they send you elsewhere without a care as staff are tempory agency/manpower staff mostly.
Plusnet (subsidary to BT, to rival talk talk's prices) are uk based and have proper staff.

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