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B/Band and calls Winterdeal @ BT.com/winterdeals
B/Band and calls Winterdeal @ BT.com/winterdeals

B/Band and calls Winterdeal @ BT.com/winterdeals

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BT (BT.com/winterdeals) has launched three ‘BT Winter Deals’, including free broadband and unlimited anytime phone calls for 3 months and a broadband and calls package for £7 a month. Save £48.

Customers wanting to order a new BT line, reconnect a BT line, or switch their calls to BT, can now order BT’s Unlimited Anytime calling plan and BT Broadband for free for the first 3 months, followed by just £16 a month thereafter.

There’s also still no BT phone line connection fee to pay, saving customers an additional £124.99.

BT’s second Winter deal offers up to 20Mb broadband plus unlimited UK evening & weekend phone calls for only £7 per month for the first 3 months, followed by £14 per month after.

BT’s iconic black home hub for wireless broadband access is included for free in this deal together with unlimited wi-fi minutes, 5GB of free online storage (via the BT Digital Vault), basic PC security and free BT mobile broadband usage worth £180.

The third BT Winter deal offers up to 20Mb broadband, unlimited evening & weekend phone calls and BT Vision digital TV for £18 a month.

BT Vision is BT’s digital TV service which offers Freeview as standard together with thousands of hours of on demand film, TV and sport content delivered via a customers BT Broadband connection.

Two BT Vision viewing packs are included in BT’s third Winter deal together with the BT Vision + box, which is heavily discounted to just £15 when ordered online.

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4 Comments

Could you use this if your phone/BB is currently with sky and unbundled? Trying to avoid the
charge to switch back!

Winter deals that run until May!

pls line rental of £10 a month for the £16 deal - which means it's not worth switching away from TalkTalk for me anyway

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tek-monkey

Could you use this if your phone/BB is currently with sky and unbundled? … Could you use this if your phone/BB is currently with sky and unbundled? Trying to avoid thecharge to switch back!

I don't see why not...
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