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Unlimited 8mb Broadband for £5.17 a month for 9 Months! Via Topcashback! £121.50

£121.50 @ Topcashback
Be Broadband are offering a 9 Month contract for £13.50 a month. Go Via TopCashback and get £75 back! £13.50 x 9 = 121.50 £121.50 - £75 (Cashback) = £46.50 £46.50 divided by 9 = £5.17.......… Read More
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Be Broadband are offering a 9 Month contract for £13.50 a month. Go Via TopCashback and get £75 back!

£13.50 x 9 = 121.50

£121.50 - £75 (Cashback) = £46.50

£46.50 divided by 9 = £5.17..............Bargain.

Broadband straight up. Fantastic value. Super-reliable. And with a solid download speed of up to 8 meg*.

What you'll get

Unlimited downloads
Get what you want, without limits, and with a
fair usage policy that is actually fair.

8 MEG*
Download at speeds of up to 8meg*. And upload at up to 1.3meg*. Nice.

Wireless modem included
Chuck the cables away. Go wifi and get internet access all over your house, for multiple computers.


ADSL 2+ enabled
4 port 10/100 megs Ethernet switch
54 megs 802.11 b/g wireless interface
OS Independent (Ethernet)
Free 24/7 support
Expert support. Lots of people talk about it, but rarely get it. If you have a problem, raise a support ticket, start a live chat, email or phone us or ask the BE user community to help solve your internet problems.

More ...
We'll never artificially reduce your speed to cram more people on a line (like some ISPs do).
Smooth high-quality, broadband for just £13.50 a month.
What you'll need
A BT phone line
A device capable of communicating via TCP/IP (like a Windows PC, Mac, iPhone or Xbox with Live)
A device with an Ethernet port for a wire connection to the BE Box
An 802.11b or 802.11g compatible network adapter for wireless connection to the BE Box
Windows 98SE / Mac OS 8.6 or higher
Get it

To get BE Value, order it here (if you're escaping from your current provider, you'll need to ask for a MAC code)
Your BT phone line will be connected up to the BE network within 1-2 weeks after you've placed your order. (Although it might arrive sooner so keep an eye out)
If you're switching, actual downtime probably won't be more than two hours.

The BE Box will land on your desk or doorstep, ready and waiting to be installed. This will include your line activation date.

Follow the simple DIY instructions and you're done

https://www.bethere.co.uk
Other Links From Topcashback:
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Sorry but Be Value for 9m is still a poor deal.

Better to buy it from o2 - even though it's a 12 month commitment from o2.

Total cost for not just upto 8Mbps (would be £46.06) but upto 24Mbps ADSL2+ Annex A = £43.11 for 12 months - ie £3.59/month for first 12 months then £10.67/m (8Mbps) or £13.12/m (24Mbps) versus £13.50/m (8Mbps Be Value)

If you wanted just 9m then it would cost the same £43.11 ie £4.79/month
AND this assumes you don't have an o2 mobile to claim the discount!
WITH an o2 mobile already it would be just £13.11 ie £1.09/m as already raised on here various times.

See
http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/o2/t/3698289-re-fyi-new-be-v-o2-issue-new-be-9m-contracts.html
and
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband
#2
Hey, it all helps.....thanks mk-donald!
#3
mk-donald
Sorry but Be Value for 9m is still a poor deal.

Better to buy it from o2 - even though it's a 12 month commitment from o2.

Total cost for not just upto 8Mbps (would be £46.06) but upto 24Mbps ADSL2+ Annex A = £43.11 for 12 months - ie £3.59/month for first 12 months then £10.67/m (8Mbps) or £13.12/m (24Mbps) versus £13.50/m (8Mbps Be Value)

If you wanted just 9m then it would cost the same £43.11 ie £4.79/month
AND this assumes you don't have an o2 mobile to claim the discount!
WITH an o2 mobile already it would be just £13.11 ie £1.09/m as already raised on here various times.

See
http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/o2/t/3698289-re-fyi-new-be-v-o2-issue-new-be-9m-contracts.html
and
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband


how do you get it down to £4.79 a month on their site its saying its free for 3 months and then £12?? :)
#4
plus with o2 you need to be in an unbundled are, is this the same with be?

plus i can't see where be value is a 9m contract and doesn't have unlimited downloads?
#5
memnoch1976
plus with o2 you need to be in an unbundled are, is this the same with be?

plus i can't see where be value is a 9m contract and doesn't have unlimited downloads?


Yes Be and o2 are both Telefonica Europe UK brands for broadband and share the infrastructure at LLU "unbundled" exchanges - ie if it has Be it has o2 LLU. However o2 also offer a BTwholesale ADSL/ADSLmax package called o2 home broadband Access at non-LLU'd exchanges.

You're right - I should have picked up that basic error in the original posting - it is only on their top 2 packages ie Unlimited and Pro that you can get the 9m minimum contract.

Unlimited usage is a feature of all the Be and o2 broadband packages. Their T&Cs are lurking in their legal section.
#6
O2 and Be are the same network.

With the O2 deal you get three months free with a one year contract. If you are an O2 customer, then you get get the Premium Package (up to 20MB) for around £10 a month. You only pay for nine nonths so that is £90 for the year. If you go via Topcashback, you get £75 cashback which means your broadband should work out to around £15 for the year. If you are not an O2 customer and go via Topcashback it should work out around £60 for the year.
#7
new558
Hey, it all helps.....thanks mk-donald!


Crikey - I missed the BIGGEST flaw in your package - talk about familiarity breeding blindness - you CANT GET BE VALUE ON 9m - it's the other two package levels - ie sorry but your deal is totally ill conceived :oops:
#8
geforce
how do you get it down to £4.79 a month on their site its saying its free for 3 months and then £12?? :)


I have done ALL THE WORK FOR YOU - just follow my links through and you'll find a very detailed three page comparison AND a big spreadsheet showing you the 14 different net costs of the Be & o2 LLU offerings with the current free/discounts/cashbacks :whistling:
[mod]#9
The deal was MOD amended to remove the cashback from the calculation but it's been amended back again. Please note cashback cannot be included in the deal price or the deal title. If it is purely a cashback offer then the post would need to go into MISC. Moved now to relevant forum.
#10
dvs
If you are not an O2 customer and go via Topcashback it should work out around £60 for the year.


It always makes sense to become an o2 mobile customer - ie claim a free PAYG SIM and top-it up with £10 every quarter to get a discount on the o2 home broadband sub.

So on the current deal with the first 3 months free, that means 3 top-ups for months 4-12 at cost of £30; and get 9 months discount at £4.89/m ie £44.01 saving = £14.01 in pocket

PLUS you would have o2 mobile credit to use up as you wished: ie over that year you'd have £30 top-up + 10% top-up bonus + VAT rate compensation + various rewards/prizes + opportunity for 3 months of Talk.... deals (in the month from when you topped up with £10) etc.

Hence why it ALWAYS make sense to get an o2 mobile PAYG SIM.

(To be totally accurate the calculations actually need a little finessing as VAT is due to change back to 17.5% on 1/1/2010, and the o2 subs are likely to revert to round 50p/£1 levels, but also the £4.89/m discount should revert to £5/m too.)

PS: The o2 SIM comes with a 15p TopCashBack too :)
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailO2_Free_Sim.htm

PPS
A lot of the o2 Home Broadband ground has been covered in the most recent HUK thread at
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/471988/o2-home-broadband-just-5-50-a-month/

PPPS
Do recommend my links in the posting #2 above which do give the low down on all the 17 Be & o2 broadband offerings (it's a topic I've been analysing for the last year+ with the aim of people buying the right package at the lowest price)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/479158/showpost.php?p=6275209&postcount=2
#11
Anyone who currently on Be tried to move to the o2 deal? I'm on their 3 month rolling contract, just wondering if I need to give notice to move, or is there no need since they are the same company?
#12
Baggio18
Anyone who currently on Be tried to move to the o2 deal? I'm on their 3 month rolling contract, just wondering if I need to give notice to move, or is there no need since they are the same company?


It's covered in my notes!

If you sign up via TopCashBack .... get to the o2 website and it will highlight you need to get your Be MAC and how to do it)... you should find yourself
- £50/£75/£100 cashback
- 3m free
- released from rest of your current Be contract commitment
- tied in to a new 12m o2 commitment.

have a look in the o2 ThinkBroadband forum linked from my comparison document - some people have done it before you. Be clear however that if you are using some Be specific features - eg multiple Static IPs, or specifically wanting FastPath you won't get them on o2 as highlighted in my comparison.

MKD

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