BT Black Friday sale - Some pretty good offers
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BT Black Friday sale - Some pretty good offers

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Found 24th Nov 2015
First post for a while. I was looking at the BT mobile deals and came across the Black Friday spectacular.

Broadband
Unlimited BT Broadband & Unlimited UK weekend calls: £5 a month for 12 months - a 62 per cent saving.
Unlimited BT Infinity* & Unlimited UK weekend calls: £10 a month for 12 months – a 50 per cent saving.
Unlimited BT Infinity*, Unlimited UK weekend calls and BT TV Starter: £10 a month for 12 months – a 50 per cent saving on BT Infinity.
£50 prepaid card with BT Broadband or £100 prepaid card with BT Infinity when you order online at bt.com/bla…day. Available online to new to BT Broadband customers only (excludes existing customers upgrading to BT Infinity).

TV
Entertainment Plus - £7.50 for 12 months – a 25% saving
Total Entertainment - £13 for 12 months – a 13% saving

BT Mobile
2GB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts for £8 a month for BT Broadband homes (or £13 a month if you don’t live in a BT Broadband home)

BT Shop Deals
11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 1200 for 23.99 – a 52 per cent saving.
Mini Home Hotspot 500 kit for £34.99 from £59.99.
£79.99 Video Baby Monitor 7000 after £70 has been slashed from the price. Deal available from Friday 27th November until 30th November.
BT Home SmartPhone SII for £49.99 - £120 cheaper than the RRP.
BT Smart Home Cam 100 for £59.99 from £99.99.
Standalone BT YouView Box for £69.99 from £99.99.
Broadband Extender 500 kit for £23.99 from £29.99.
Additional Deals

5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch for £9.99 from £24.99 – a 60 per cent saving.
8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch – a 53 per cent saving and now available for £18.99 from £39.99.

Offers available until 30/11/2015

Don't forget cashback from Quidco and Topcashback - Upto £220 from TCB for Quad play

quidco.com/bt-…op/
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Loads of cashback through quidco!
Stay away from BT! I am still waiting for my BT infinity one month after It should of gone live!
Just got mine installed only took them 6 weeks after installation date and that was 6 weeks of phone calls and live chat to Indian call centres who just read scripts back to you over and over again
sunkissed

Just got mine installed only took them 6 weeks after installation date … Just got mine installed only took them 6 weeks after installation date and that was 6 weeks of phone calls and live chat to Indian call centres who just read scripts back to you over and over again



Yeah I'm sick of speaking to live chat and getting nowhere! I'm trying to cancel but I'm getting nowhere with that either. Did they compensate you?
My BT installation was flawless. They handled everything with Sky, told me broadband would go live on Monday, and text me when it did go live so I could connect the router. Now I get 38mbps.
jb66

Loads of cashback through quidco!


Even more at TCB
got BT infinity a while back, we love kicking them but mine went great, very fast, reliable with no throttling . BT sport was a decent deal too, champions league looks excellent...at these prices whats not to like...good find
Already got Infinity and everything went as planned. Was promised about 65Mbs but rarely get less than 75Mbs.
Wouldn't touch them with a long barge pole. They screwed up a house move so bad I had to get OFCOM involved. Moved to a new build and even after giving them notice we didn't have telephone or internet for two months after we moved in. A couple two doors down who moved in a week after us had their's before us and they were with Sky.

They kept charging us for the phone line and internet they hadn't installed. Didn't put the credits on that they kept promising. Never gave us the call backs they promised. Kept playing transfer tennis every time we called. Transferred me to departments they knew had closed for the day. Even after OFCOM told them I could leave with no cancellation fee as they failed to live up to their end of the contract they charged me a cancellation fee. I had to go to OFCOM a second time as they refused to give me my full refund.

I've had issues with most companies but none on the scale of BT.
This is scorching in my opinion. I saw it in the paper. I've just switched and got pause and rewind TV, BT Sport, 32mb unlimited fibre, weekend calls and line rental for around £8.50 per month after cash back and prepaid MasterCard (total £295). The 2gb data, 500 mins and unlimited text BT mobile for £8 was just a bonus. Bargain.
Existing BT Mobile customers on the 2GB/500/Unlimited plan can try bt.com/mov…lan to see if the can move to change to the Black Friday price.

I was able to and it didn't extend the length on my contract.
Do you have a link for the You view box?
Mattevansc3

Wouldn't touch them with a long barge pole. They screwed up a house move … Wouldn't touch them with a long barge pole. They screwed up a house move so bad I had to get OFCOM involved. Moved to a new build and even after giving them notice we didn't have telephone or internet for two months after we moved in. A couple two doors down who moved in a week after us had their's before us and they were with Sky. They kept charging us for the phone line and internet they hadn't installed. Didn't put the credits on that they kept promising. Never gave us the call backs they promised. Kept playing transfer tennis every time we called. Transferred me to departments they knew had closed for the day. Even after OFCOM told them I could leave with no cancellation fee as they failed to live up to their end of the contract they charged me a cancellation fee. I had to go to OFCOM a second time as they refused to give me my full refund.I've had issues with most companies but none on the scale of BT.



BT are massive mess. They totally screwed up a client's install. Installed the connection in the wrong part of the building, didn't tell them where it was connected, wanted £125 to come out to show them. cut them off twice and also charged them £600 for cancelling their contract even though they never did. Messed up their email migration. Total and absolute bloody shambles of a company. I'd never ever go anywhere near them.
Benji CC

This is scorching in my opinion. I saw it in the paper. I've just … This is scorching in my opinion. I saw it in the paper. I've just switched and got pause and rewind TV, BT Sport, 32mb unlimited fibre, weekend calls and line rental for around £8.50 per month after cash back and prepaid MasterCard (total £295). The 2gb data, 500 mins and unlimited text BT mobile for £8 was just a bonus. Bargain.



Is that including the activation fee?
hutchy12

Stay away from BT! I am still waiting for my BT infinity one month after … Stay away from BT! I am still waiting for my BT infinity one month after It should of gone live!


I had to wait 6 weeks when I switched to BT Infinity around this time last year which left me without broadband over Christmas & the New Year. However once up & running it's been flawless - no decrease in speed during peak hours & no connection drops (which plagued my adsl line).
To echo some of the sentiments of others.....dreadful customer service. Divisive, dishonest, disinterested and unreasonable. The product, once (if) you get in working and billed correctly I always found to be near flawless. But once out of contract I switched. Would never return, deal or not.
Some good deals here from a product p.o.v. but I wouldn't touch the company.
In my previous house we had BT Broadband, and after about 6mths our speed dropped to about 2mb/s. Every time I contacted BT, the support was, like others have posted, dreadful and after several engineer visits, still could not fix the problem.

Since living in my new house for the last 2 years, I've had Infinity and never had an issue. So I've experienced it from both sides. I've also in the past been with Sky and TalkTalk, both of which are also dreadful if you have a problem. I think a lot of ISP's are like that.

In regards to speed (with infinity) BT is always the fastest, by far, and for this price I think it's a cracking deal! Still with BT, and only reason I haven't left and pay £30 P/M is because no other provider can give me the speed BT can (We don't have Virgin fibre here)

Heat added.
curious thing - if you go directly to BT website it only shows £100 prepaid card...but if you click through Quidco or Cable.co.uk then also £50 Love to Shop vouchers appear
Love the current BT Youview box. It's made by Humax and is a great piece of kit.
I don't even see a price change, I swear it's the same price as before?
Ir0nMa1den

Is that including the activation fee?



From BT website:

£10Δ/mth
+ £17.99 /mth line rental
+ £39 Infinity activation fee
12 month contract

ΔWe may change any prices and terms during your contract. If this affects you, we'll tell you about important changes in advance, and you'll be able to end your contract without any fees.
Got the £10 p/m unlimited infinity offer a couple of months ago, had zero issues, get a solid 37-38mb speed and never drops below 35mb (which is the guarantee they gave me and lets me cancel my contract if it regularly drops below this). Connection was flawless and they handled everything with Sky. Can't fault it really. Like most places though, I am sure as soon as you have issues the customer service is less than satisfactory.
makar0n

curious thing - if you go directly to BT website it only shows £100 … curious thing - if you go directly to BT website it only shows £100 prepaid card...but if you click through Quidco or Cable.co.uk then also £50 Love to Shop vouchers appear



I noticed that. I ordered on Sunday with £130 cashback via quidco and £100 sainsburys card. I've just cancelled and gone for this. £160 cashback, £100 mastercard and £50 love 2 shop card. The fibre is also £2.50 a month cheaper. By going for this I've increased the cashback by £110. After working it all out were getting fibre for £5.93 a month. Bargain. Super hot. Was going to post and uve beaten me. Fingers crossed it goes sweet
They cancelled my first order without any notice. so the day the installation was due I called them as no one had arrived and they told me it's cancelled.

i had to reschedule and wait another 2 weeks.

I missed out on the cashback deal due to that. They did honour the Sainsburys voucher but only after I complained.

the same issue was experienced by a friend of mine too.
I think I got off lightly having to tolerate no phone or broadband in new build for 4 weeks due to BT messing up. It got ridiculous when offshore call centre staff resorted to shouting down the phone at me because they had no response to my reasoned points. If I wasn't tied in, I would jump straight away although can't actually fault infinity now it is up and running, apart from rare dropouts.
Just gone for the infinity deal via Quidco this morning but I'm not seeing the lovetoshop vouchers anywhere?
Hot. The sim works out £4.66 per month after quidco CashBack
welshgirl1

I noticed that. I ordered on Sunday with £130 cashback via quidco and … I noticed that. I ordered on Sunday with £130 cashback via quidco and £100 sainsburys card. I've just cancelled and gone for this. £160 cashback, £100 mastercard and £50 love 2 shop card. The fibre is also £2.50 a month cheaper. By going for this I've increased the cashback by £110. After working it all out were getting fibre for £5.93 a month. Bargain. Super hot. Was going to post and uve beaten me. Fingers crossed it goes sweet



Not seeing the love 2 shop card, gone?
All ISPs are terrible if you have a problem either during install or once installed. I run approx 30 lines for business and staff residential addresses, have used (and had issues with) multiple lines from TalkTalk, Plusnet, O2/Sky, Zen and BT. If the install goes to plan then it goes to plan, if it doesn't then it is hell. This seems more due to the communication issues between Openreach and the ISPs and is the same with every one of them. If the line has a fault they all (other than Zen) put you on to a scripted support expert, normally in another country. The end result with every one of them is a drawn out process with all the onus on you to prove the fault isn't your kit or wiring.
Nothing special about this offer. Nothing special about BT either. Coverage of the champions league is awful
good find
Thanks op. Nearly ordered the £5 deal the other day, with increased cashback and 20 voucher the £8 simo works out at less than £4 a month, piggybacks off EE which is good signal for me
vonlance

Not seeing the love 2 shop card, gone?



It was there last night. They must have pulled it. I did a screenshot in case of any problems. Lucky I did now.
Have been loving my infinity for a few years now. 60mbps just fine, install went great. This year had problems with HH3, forum mods were in touch with tech support who rolled out fixes for those with the problem. I'd suggest trying the forums for people who don't have any luck with call centres, very helpful
Signed up for an 18-month (kill me now) contract with BT about three months ago. Halfway through month 1, they increased the price of Broadband twice and did not inform us before we took out the package. They then decided to charge us £20 p/m more than we actually signed up for and it took months of arguing to get that back down (they at one point agreed we'd been missold the package and offered us a £3 p/m discount on our £65 p/m package, rather than the £35 p/m one we signed up for).

Never. Ever. Again.
Edited by: "Downfall" 25th Nov 2015
If you were a BT customer say two years back would you now count as a 'New Customer' for the purposes of cashback?
Signed up for BT mobile 2 days ago, just contacted them and stated they would give me lower monthly payment a I've not activated sim yet........only £24 per year but better in my pocket than in theirs!!!!
Stendhal

My BT installation was flawless. They handled everything with Sky, told … My BT installation was flawless. They handled everything with Sky, told me broadband would go live on Monday, and text me when it did go live so I could connect the router. Now I get 38mbps.



​my new virgin speed is 200mb was rocking this speed in late 90s
It says for new customers - is it OK if you already have line rental with BT , but broadband elsewhere, like the recent MSE deal?
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