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BT January Sale, various packages on sale + £110 reward card
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
The BT January sale is here. Join BT Broadband now and you’ll get half price activation plus a Reward Card for up to £110, alongside great speeds, fantastic security and free acces… Read more

Never had a problem with them. Moved 4 mobiles over to them also.

i've just joined them, been with them 1 week, so far so good and less money than sky wanted.

Absolute garbage - sky q and fibre is the 🐕!!!

ive had a good broadband service from them, stable whereas sky the speed was slower, I go tthe previous deal with a prepaid cc but now thats coming to a end they want 29.00 a month so may move if i can find a reliable company and not sky.

wouldnt touch them with a barge pole i managed to escape from them as they increased the price. after never having a correct bill for years with them adding services that i never asked for took me a month to get the money back at the end of contract when they took out of my bank that they shouldn't have they owed me 55 quid and charged me 4 quid to send me a letter telling me they owed me money that i had phoned 3 times about each time telling me it would be back in my account in 7 day so took 28 days
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BT Unlimited Infinity fibre broadband 52 - £29.99 pm + £29.99 upfront (18 month contract) + £95 reward card and Quidco
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
BT Unlimited Infinity fibre broadband 52 £ 21.10 monthly for 18 Months (£29.99 X 18 months = £539.82 – £ 95 BT Reward Master Card) = £444.82 – £65 Quidc… Read more
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Got this deal a year or so ago in my name and now it’s coming to an end. Anybody know if I could get my partner to take out this new deal in her name? Even though we live together..

kayceelondon1 h, 8 m ago

Does it mean the BT rewards though this link will be declined ?


I think the page with the Boots offer is out of date. You are probably best to just clear cookies then go via a cashback site (eg. Quidco) to BT's latest offers. This is unless you can find any better current offers, eg. via MSE.

If you want to try using the link to the Boots offer you'd be best to delete everything after the question mark as this is HUKD's tracking and would overwrite Quidco's. This was described on the previous BT deal,

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However you sign up to BT you can try applying for the reward card after you're connected and hopefully you will receive the one available at the time of signing up, vouchers.bt.com/cla…ard
Edited by: "Doug_" 15th Jan

kayceelondon42 m ago

Does it mean the BT rewards though this link will be declined ?


I'd like to know that as well.

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Doug_2 h, 29 m ago

That offer expired 4 Jan. The countdown for how long is left has ended.


Does it mean the BT rewards though this link will be declined ?

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basith99419 h, 25 m ago

https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html?cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-47868-_-Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd-_-1&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=47868&utm_campaign=Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd&awc=273_1515889566_1ca9bc01de984a1ea66d473b52638156Cheaper through that link


This is in no doubt better because of additional £5 on mastercard reward + one-off discount of £20 but definitely NOT quidco compliant . Better if one wants to take no chances with quidco .
I also noticed the BOOTS card is not included during check-out .
Can someone through in some knowledge because I'm about to sign-up
BT Infinity 1  (£24.99/m or £21.10/m after cashback) + Ultimate Sim Only (20GB Data + Unlimited Text/mins for £7.08/m or £1.25/m after cashback)
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This deal is mainly for people looking to join BT broadband and also happen to be in market for sim only contract. To get best bang for your buck, its best to add sim only plan whe… Read more

Ok I understand now might do it when my contract ends in 2 months. Here's anyway

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omar0204 h, 42 m ago

Hi your Bt sim order did you do it st the same time as your broadband …Hi your Bt sim order did you do it st the same time as your broadband order?



intially i did it separately but the price came up was £20 with discount but if you add it when placing order for broadband it comes up as £15. I think this is because that was the price before january sales and they simply didnt change it for completely
Edited by: "xPabloz" 17th Jan

Hi your Bt sim order did you do it st the same time as your broadband order?

Ultimate sim for non-BT customers is £25 per month not £15

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pureamz00316 m ago

[Image] Anyone care to explain paragraph 2 and 3. Sounds like you either …[Image] Anyone care to explain paragraph 2 and 3. Sounds like you either get the BT reward or Cash back, not both!!!



you get both. if you scroll down it says upto £125 reward + cashback (now £80)
BT Broadband Offer - Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls ZERO Activation, £29.99PM (£9.99 Delivery fee) + £125 Giftcard  / Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls £39.99PM with £150 reward Card (18 Month Contract)  @ BT
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Found 22nd Dec 2017Found 22nd Dec 2017
BT Broadband January offers have arrived early! Some great offers this time around, with ZERO activation fees, and just the router delivery fee to pay, not to mention BIG reward ca… Read more
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Part.Time.Samura2nd Jan

How did you receive your renewal "special" offer?


It was in the BT app, when i went to look at My Package it came up with click this link to see your renewal offer.

houghy123 h, 22 m ago

I know this is a few days old but can someine clear something up for me. …I know this is a few days old but can someine clear something up for me. Im on the BT Infinity 1 deal which ends on 11th of January, ive just had a renewal "special " offer of 32.50 a month. So what can i do from here?? Can i take up a "new" offer? Whats my options??


How did you receive your renewal "special" offer?

I know this is a few days old but can someine clear something up for me.
Im on the BT Infinity 1 deal which ends on 11th of January, ive just had a renewal "special " offer of 32.50 a month.
So what can i do from here?? Can i take up a "new" offer? Whats my options??

f3rgy1522nd Dec

Do BT have anytime calls to mobile package yet? Its the only thing missing …Do BT have anytime calls to mobile package yet? Its the only thing missing ahhh


BT charge £9.50pm for anytime calls to landlines and discounted calls to mobiles. Vodafone is much cheaper with £8pm for anytime calls to landlines & mobiles.

Alternatively BT offer a discounted sim for £6pm with unlimited calls / texts & 0.5Gb. With a £40 reward card and £15 TCB this is about £2.95pm. Much cheaper but possibly more hassle.

Update - As per the OP, BT offered anytime calls to landlines for £6.99pm during sign up.
Edited by: "Doug_" 27th Dec 2017

zircom010122nd Dec

When is the deadline to leave?



30 days after they notified you of the price rise, it's different per account as they were sent in batches.
BT mobile SIM ONLY Retention Deal - 3GB of data £8/ month
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Found 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
Had a message through from BT mobile Hello, BT here. We’ve got a little something just for you. Stay with us for another year and you can get 3GB of data, unlimited minutes and u… Read more
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Time to switch... You can double the data for that price

I got 1gb data unlimited calls and text for £5 per month from ee.

Poor deal got 8gb with unlimited everything from BT for £8 3 weeks ago.
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BT Infinity 52mb broadband package £31.99 p/m 18 months £29.99 upfont £100 prepaid Mastercard - £605.81
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The standard price for the broadband is £31.99 through bt we site however they are currently offering a £100 prepaid Mastercard too. Couple this with £70 cashback through tcb and … Read more

GR213th Dec

Virgin media currently has £80 cashback if thats available in your area. …Virgin media currently has £80 cashback if thats available in your area. Efective price £23.34 over 12 months on their player bundle.


But that forces you to have tv services installed.

yiu1 h, 19 m ago

Hey Rich, who did you go with? I'm moving next week and need to find a …Hey Rich, who did you go with? I'm moving next week and need to find a provider asap or all hell will break loose if Xmas has no internet!!!


Vodafone. 76mb unlimited. No set up. £24 a month. Been fine so far.

Rich06917 h, 47 m ago

Were fine with me while with them, and use in excess of 300gb, so hardly …Were fine with me while with them, and use in excess of 300gb, so hardly lite. But left purely on their price increases.


Hey Rich, who did you go with? I'm moving next week and need to find a provider asap or all hell will break loose if Xmas has no internet!!!

We moved house and had to switch to BT from Virgin but haven't really noticed a difference speedwise. I was a bit worried the price was going up in the new year but they offered the £29.99 for Infinity2 76mb... which was nice.

ive not had a bad experience with BT got the deal a year ago and they have offered another 18months at 28 for another 18 months, had sky beforehand but not great. is it best to try your luck with live chat
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Bt infinity 1 for existing customers £26.99 month for 24 months.......@ BT (Retention offer)
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Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
Have been a BT infinity FTTP (fibre to the premises) customer for years. Was paying £47.99 mth for infinity and landline. I called them to say due to impending price rises on 7 Jan… Read more
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After messing me around with giving me a new contract, they have now given me 18 months at £24.99pm; my sync speed is 80/20.

Still available if you pester a bit.
BT have been great for me

I've been with BT for 4 months and I've received a letter saying prices are increasing. Also that I could leave my 12 months contract no penalties. My question is

1) I had £80 quidco witch I have received any impact on this.
2) £100 pre paid card which I have also received and I think it has £30 left.

I was considering going back to Sky at a cheaper line rental as long as I don't pay any cancellations and get penalised for the rewards.

Thoughts please.

vassy12nd Dec

£26.49 FOR same package with bt sport included. Should I post that as a …£26.49 FOR same package with bt sport included. Should I post that as a deal?


Ah you stayed in the end same for me with free BT sport and 12 month contract

pibpob1 h, 16 m ago

Hmm thanks - I have no interest in TV but maybe I should try to increase …Hmm thanks - I have no interest in TV but maybe I should try to increase the contract length (which increases the risk that I might find myself trapped in it!).Also, this offer was in response to me actually engaging an alternative supplier. Had you done that before you got your first offer, or did you ring them before you started the process?Note that I am close to a cabinet so I get Infinity 2, with the full 80/20 sync speeds.


I am happy to have fixed for 24 months, cheapest fibre elsewhere ATM is £30 excluding sport or TV.

I called them off the bat of getting my letter and seeing this deal.

I was in infinity 2 but downgraded to 1 as I don't use it and 1 is going to be the same speed as 2 shortly with 2 going over 100mbps
BT infinity 1 unlimited (over the phone upgrade offer) £25.99 p/m 18 months incl line rental  £467.82
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With a lot of people buying a 4k tv I thought I'd post this deal for people who will need to upgrade for 4k streaming. So I currently had BT's unlimited up to 17mb broadband (p… Read more

They’re not budging at £30.49 for me! And they’ve just charged me £51.49 for not renewing so I’m now not allowed to ‘discounted’ rate. I’m not brand loyal at all, I’ll switch but my second best option with virgin is out the window as they’ve just accidentally connected the wrong customer to my address so they say I already have services. As if I haven’t spent 6 hours on the phone to them this week sorting out their mistakes!

BarGin26th Nov

BT do 2 levels of Infinity broadband - 76Mb and 52Mb. If your line is not …BT do 2 levels of Infinity broadband - 76Mb and 52Mb. If your line is not capable of the full 52Mb they are not upping you to 76Mb. It maybe that the line at your new address is not capable of the increased speed.You can check if your price is increasing here:https://www.bt.com/static/wa/account/pricechanges/login/login.html?cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-47868-_-Pepper Deals Ltd-_-1&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=47868&utm_campaign=Pepper Deals Ltd&awc=273_1510733733_b2aa2918da1abbe2c4a56ef57e176fc3


Thank you very much, sorry for the late thanks.

ps i'm FTTP not FTTC whether that makes a difference to available deals or not i dont know but i did have to speak to the FTTP department.

Existing customer out of contract though paying £47 month for infinity 1. Didnt see this thread but just phoned them complaining about jan price rises coming and how new customer can get £31.9 mth - she offered £26.99 for 24 mths for same infinity 1 with landline. No haggling required but she was helpful in trying to find the best deal. This was a 'manager special' apparently and had to go away to get it authorised. (allegedly lol)

paulkerr25th Nov

i just phoned them up .. they were not having any of it.... good luck to …i just phoned them up .. they were not having any of it.... good luck to anyone else trying this..


sharon655325th Nov

Same here, doesn't budge at all £31 a month for infinity 1, good luck to …Same here, doesn't budge at all £31 a month for infinity 1, good luck to others


BT didn’t offer me anything better than £28.99 until I switched provider and I was offered Infinity 1 with up to 76mb/s for £24.99 on 12 month contract. Line currently showing 52mb/s but I think the maximum I can get is 64mb/s anyway.
For BT Broadband Customers - BT Sport HD and HD Extra (21 other HD Channels) for just £10/month for 18 months. Normally £25/month. No activation fee (normally £10)
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Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Great deal from BT. BT Sport and 21 other channels all in HD Stop, pause and rewind box No set up fee Just £10/month for 18 months

thedvdmonster21st Nov

So isn’t sport in 4K or is that a different package



Yes you get some sports at 4k not everything.

joeybutterface8 h, 13 m ago

I see BT have decided they needed to follow Sky and enforce 18 month …I see BT have decided they needed to follow Sky and enforce 18 month contracts now on both broadband and TV.


and Sky even charge there existing customers £10 admin fee for the privilege of a new deal and 18 month contract!

I see BT have decided they needed to follow Sky and enforce 18 month contracts now on both broadband and TV.

Need a 4k uhd box are they are shocking

So isn’t sport in 4K or is that a different package
BT Black Friday offers. BT Sports HD + Includes Reward Card and **£50 cheque cashback** or £75 TCB
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Found 17th Nov 2017Found 17th Nov 2017
BT's black Friday offers which is £29.99 for 18 months and a £9.99 upfront fees. You only get the £50 cashback if you go through cable.co.uk's link, which I have provided. You als… Read more

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Forgot to mention, there was no setup fees. Only a £9.99 delivery fee for the router.

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I went for the BT infinity 1 package for £29.99 just this morning. On my billing page, it says the price will remain the same after 7th January 2018.

This includes upto 52Mbps and line rental.
I also got BT Sport HD on a Sky box for free, for 18 months.
I also got £100 BR rewards card and £75 TCB tracked.

All in all, it's a great deal!

Sonic_181 h, 38 m ago

Don't think so. Otherwise you'll be able to leave free of charge!


I don't think you would be able to leave cos there is a big banner announcing the price rises while you land on the BT page. That's why I'm wondering if it's a scheduled increase to the package price.

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Don't think so. Otherwise you'll be able to leave free of charge!

Are these prices subject to the price increase early next year?
BT Broadband Black Friday / Cyber Monday Offer - Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls £23.99PM - Unlimited Infinity 1 / 2 & Weekend Calls £29.99PM / £39.99 NO SETUP FEE (£9.99 Router Del fee) PLUS £50/£100/£125 Gift Card + FREE BT Sport
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BT Broadband offers for Black Friday have landed, and start tomorrow! No activation fee either, just the router delivery fee to pay! Plans on offer are: 1. Unlimited Broadband … Read more
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danielheywood4 h, 2 m ago

I spoke to customer support and here is the solution: Priyadharshany: …I spoke to customer support and here is the solution: Priyadharshany: Basically BT do not deal with any cash back, this is dealt by the third party team who deals on this, may be I can help you with the link to claim the cash back, rest of them to be dealt by the same website where you were informed about the cash back, thank you for the account details. Priyadharshany: I understand that, but yes BT only helps and deals with reward only, we do not deal with cash back , I am sorry .Me: Also if you're not affiliated with the cashback deals why is the BT Logo represented on https://www.broadbandbenefits.co.uk/cashback/ Priyadharshany: cable.co.in is one of our tied up website where you can even place the order online, if you try placing the order @ http://www.bt.com/packages we would only provide the reward , but I see that you have placed the order from cable.co.uk web site, which means that this company as promised you to get the cash back, please contact this website to get the cash back .Me: I have already done research into this, on your community forums (community.bt.com), a user has already asked cable.co.uk this question and they stated that it was up to BT to sort this out The cashback team are affiliated with BT and not with cable.co.uk Quoted by a community bt moderator NeilO: "There's a contact link in the FAQ's section on the claims form that you'll need to use to get in touch with the cashback team, they'll be able to assist you with this." The link: https://www.vouchers.bt.com/offer/cashback Priyadharshany: Please allow me 3 minutes while I have a word with my manager and help you .Me: No problem Priyadharshany: I shared this information with my manager and he said that he will sort this issue and make sure you will receive the cash back by next 30 days .Me: Excellent, thank you


Thanks that’s very useful! Hope you get it sorted

Mada0629th Dec 2017

Has anyone managed to claim the additional £50 cashback from black friday …Has anyone managed to claim the additional £50 cashback from black friday when ordering through the BT website? This is all I am missing now.


I spoke to customer support and here is the solution:


Priyadharshany: Basically BT do not deal with any cash back, this is dealt by the third party team who deals on this, may be I can help you with the link to claim the cash back, rest of them to be dealt by the same website where you were informed about the cash back, thank you for the account details.

Priyadharshany: I understand that, but yes BT only helps and deals with reward only, we do not deal with cash back , I am sorry .

Me: Also if you're not affiliated with the cashback deals why is the BT Logo represented on broadbandbenefits.co.uk/cas…ck/

Priyadharshany: cable.co.in is one of our tied up website where you can even place the order online, if you try placing the order @ bt.com/pac…ges we would only provide the reward , but I see that you have placed the order from cable.co.uk web site, which means that this company as promised you to get the cash back, please contact this website to get the cash back .


Me: I have already done research into this, on your community forums (community.bt.com), a user has already asked cable.co.uk this question and they stated that it was up to BT to sort this out
The cashback team are affiliated with BT and not with cable.co.uk
Quoted by a community bt moderator NeilO: "There's a contact link in the FAQ's section on the claims form that you'll need to use to get in touch with the cashback team, they'll be able to assist you with this."
The link: vouchers.bt.com/off…ack

Priyadharshany: Please allow me 3 minutes while I have a word with my manager and help you .

Me: No problem

Priyadharshany: I shared this information with my manager and he said that he will sort this issue and make sure you will receive the cash back by next 30 days .

Me: Excellent, thank you
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kyleb28th Dec 2017

I signed up for this as a new customer last month under the assumptions BT …I signed up for this as a new customer last month under the assumptions BT Sports HD on Sky was free for 18 months based on the adverts and the order confirmation screens (didn't take any screenshots... dammit) but the order confirmation says free only for 1 month.After a battle with HD they have only agreed to 12 months free HD and remove the £5 charge.Advise everyone to check bills and contact BT if they have same issue...Seems like BT offered one deal and actually gave something else, not impressed!


I have just come back here to check as just saw my bill

Hmmm I’m now getting charged for bt sport in hd

r0m1 m ago

TCB payable now . Waiting on the bt master card now



How come you haven't had your card yet? I have spent all mine nearly.
BT Infinity 1 for £29.99, 18 months contract. Total during term £599.81 - £125 reward card + TCB
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BT Infinity 1, upto 52Mbps unlimited usage on an 18 months contract. There is an activation fee of £59.99. Works out at £599.81 but you also get a £125 reward card. Plus you can … Read more

What constitutes as a new customer to BT.

I think I was last with them over 18 - 24 months ago.

kaizhu7916th Nov

Can you still cancel without paying penalty after price increase in Jan? …Can you still cancel without paying penalty after price increase in Jan? I'd assume you have to cancel prior the price change otherwise you agree to pay the higher charge for the remainder of the contract term.


You have 30 days after notification of any increase to cancel without penalty

Sonic_185 h, 30 m ago

It shouldn't increase again. PersonallyI'm thinking of taking out this …It shouldn't increase again. PersonallyI'm thinking of taking out this deal. Once I get the reward card and TCB, then I'll cancel free of charge if they increase the line rental in January or after. Then join with someone else and bag another cashback deal.

Can you still cancel without paying penalty after price increase in Jan? I'd assume you have to cancel prior the price change otherwise you agree to pay the higher charge for the remainder of the contract term.

phead5 h, 41 m ago

Does this include the jan price increase or will they contact you one day …Does this include the jan price increase or will they contact you one day after joining to put the price up

You'd be laughing if they did as you would be able to cancel after you have received your 125 reward card.

£60 activation is a bit much.
BT broadband price rises - if you have a wife or someone else then sign up to a new deal BT Broadband £90 through TCB and £100 master card
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Right been talking on the BT price rise forum and it looks like if BT will not give you a retention deal then simply sign up to BT again in your wifes name. You can leave penalty f… Read more

Anon3211th Nov

My old account has 9 months left but they sent me an email to leave …My old account has 9 months left but they sent me an email to leave penalty free do i need to ring BT to say i'm leaving my contract but my wife is taking up a new contract


Still waiting for my email

I’ve just handed in my notice 30 day notice to leave BT(highfive) . Now I’m wondering if my flatmate can sign up with his email but have the bank details from the previous account used for the new customer account?

I’ve logged out, cleared cookies, tried different iPad. All the same.

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Bethesda201411 m ago

Looks like they’ve cottoned on


Just put 'a after your address lol thats what people did with sky. Just tried it and it still works for me what happens if someone else moved in to your address they can't just block it.

Maybe you're logged in or something
Edited by: "Anon32" 17th Nov 2017

Looks like they’ve cottoned on
BT (broadband) Price Hike January 2018 - LEAVE FOR FREE (even if in contract) SAVE £60
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Ofcom has ruled consumers can leave if a price goes up in the middle of your contract. There are lots of deals out there offering vouchers and discounts. Can some on HUKD members l… Read more

Thank you guys for your confirmations

Kabeer1 h, 18 m ago

Was your £24.99 offer for unlimited infinity 1, or 30gb monthly limit …Was your £24.99 offer for unlimited infinity 1, or 30gb monthly limit "infinity light". See my post directly above this. Thank you


Unlimited infinity 1, had to go elsewhere to get that price, wait for BT cancellation email, phone BT get new price, phone and cancel other B/B provider all within 48 hours.

We got such a good deal in the summer, the prices are so expensive now. Gonna stick with our contract and see what happens when it expired.

Kabeer22 m ago

Was your £24.99 offer for unlimited infinity 1, or 30gb monthly limit …Was your £24.99 offer for unlimited infinity 1, or 30gb monthly limit "infinity light". See my post directly above this. Thank you


Yup, I'm looking at my confirmation email now.
Unlimited Weekend Calls
Unlimited BT Infinity 1
"We estimate your download speed will be between 69Mbps and 80Mbps, and your upload speed will be between 19Mbps and 20Mbps."

Under the pricing it states that:
normal price £49.99
Special offer discount -£25 for 12 months

Your contract is for: 12 months starting on 03 Jan 2018
Edited by: "boonkoh" 3rd Jan

boabbyrab27th Dec 2017

Still the same 55/10, hoping for "free" upgrade soon


Was your £24.99 offer for unlimited infinity 1, or 30gb monthly limit "infinity light". See my post directly above this. Thank you
ENDS TODAY - Vouchercodes exclusive - BT Broadband Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls (12 Month Contract) ZERO Activation, £31.99PM (£9.99 Delivery fee) £383.88 + £120 Giftcard + £85 Amazon voucher (effective cost £14.90 a month - £178.88)
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Ends TODAY (31 Oct) When you click through to the BT site, the price should display as £31.99 per month. If this changes part way through the process to £34.99 you will need to… Read more

Amazon voucher successfully received and applied. Happy days

Bt reward card received all ok and no problem with the switchover. Just the amazon voucher to hopefully receive. Thanks again OP.

dark_shadow5 h, 4 m ago

Manage to find anything? I'm also looking


Only one I found was Plusnet mate. They will give £50 cashback and it worked out £30 for the 76mb. I couldn’t be bothered with the hassle in the end and jus renewed mine for £32.99

villians198431st Oct

I’m an existing customer and my contract is due to finish on the 11th nov. …I’m an existing customer and my contract is due to finish on the 11th nov. Is there any deals going for existing customers does anyone know? Thanks in advance


Manage to find anything? I'm also looking

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Mine also tracked first thing this morning.
BT Broadband offer - Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls (12 Month Contract) ZERO Activation, £31.99PM (£9.99 Delivery fee) + £120 Giftcard NOW LIVE!@ BT
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EDIT: Now Live! Nice little offer starting tomorrow from BT. You can get Unlimited Infinity 1, plus weekend calls for £31.99 per month with ZERO activation fees. Better yet, you … Read more
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Just wondering if I can cancel my BT Broadband over the price hike and order this once it's disconnected.

Bit unethical but fibre is so expensive.

My concern is that they may not send the reward card or honour the cashback. Saying that, BT are the most incompetent company I've ever dealt with so I'd probably end up getting free broadband for a year again knowing them.

Expired, nowhere near it now, will hang on to a better deal than their current offers !

This is no longer available? I can see 18-months contract at £29.99 plus £59.99 upfront fee. And only £50 reward card.

Compared to the original deal this isn't any deal at all!

Why is it coming up at £34.99?
BT entertainment TV + 52MB Unlimited Infinity + SIM only + Sport's + unlimited evening and weekend calls Inc AMC. £757.47 (£41.04pm effective after cashback, reward card, Amazon card)
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BT entertainment TV + 52MB Unlimited Infinity + SIM only + BT sport's + unlimited evening and weekend calls 12month contract. Inc AMC SIM deal includes 500mb data, unlimited mins … Read more
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This might be cheaper than it usually is but I think it might be worth holding out for some better offers.

Just a few weeks ago I got

Ultra HD Max Tv Package
52MB unlimited infinity 1 (with a free upgrade to infinity 2 by mid November)
6GB sim unlimited mins and data

£125 Mastercard
£90 Amazon credit

also £90 currently being tracked in topcashback. (might not payout but fingers crossed)

£9.99 upfront
£53.49 a month

swingler201040 m ago

Correct, you can leave the contract but you also lose the 50 quid set up …Correct, you can leave the contract but you also lose the 50 quid set up fee they charged me and also what ever I paid for the router. They shouldn't be allowed to increase it anything, that's the whole point of a contract



No-one reads the contract which presumably says they can increase the price!

cecilmcroberts16 h, 50 m ago

You are aware BT own Plusnet.


Certainly am which makes it all the more ridiculous them incentivising me to switch from BT to Plusnet. Cheap deal, prepaid VISA and TopCashBack. And hopefully better then BT. At least Plusnet call centre appear to be UK based.

chris887 h, 23 m ago

You have the right to cancel your contract if you get a price rise.

Correct, you can leave the contract but you also lose the 50 quid set up fee they charged me and also what ever I paid for the router. They shouldn't be allowed to increase it anything, that's the whole point of a contract

19DembaBa199 h, 43 m ago

BT Sport is not actual tv channels they stream if the internet so quality …BT Sport is not actual tv channels they stream if the internet so quality isn’t amazing



As others have said, it was good enough to watch Rangers-Motherwell yesterday in UHD and the quality was actually pretty amazing (the picture quality that is...)
Free upgrade for existing BT infinity 1 customers to BT infinity 2
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Received this in an email the other day, and it seems they are rolling out to all infinity 1 customers. Obviously it's only if your line can handle it, but a great boost nonetheles… Read more
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I eventually gave up as I don't stand to gain much and the chance of coming out of it worse wasn't worth it. Glad there's still some success.

I'd thought I should give an update on my case if anyone is still following.

After putting in a complaint and going through multiple (try > 10) phonecalls with customer service, retentions, options, - BT finally relented and upgraded my speed on the 29th December.

I said "relented" as I was continuously being told that I am not eligible. First, it was blamed on my connection date (not true), then it was also blamed on my line capabilities (again, not true). My case was apparently escalated multiple times as I refused to let them close the complaint.

So, for you guys who are still interested- it may be worth persevering. Keep quoting their own website's announcement if they try to change the terms.

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I got an email offering me to cancel due to price rises. I'm gunna do that and recontract elsewhere.

I've not received the 'free' upgrade either. Been a customer since May. I've complained but all I have received is an email with a personalised link to the offer of a 'free' upgrade, however this renews the contract for another 18 months. Their moving the goal posts

Rang BT tonight - after ringing at the beginning of November and being told I would be upgraded by the end of November - after being passed through five people and repeating the story each time was told I would be upgraded by the end of the year.
To try to briefly explain - this manager then said the line had been upgraded - I pointed out that the line speed had been repeatedly tested and was a solid 52mb and hadn't changed over two months - his explanation was then that there must be a problem with the wiring internally in the property - the explanation given was star wiring.
By this time it was just comical - I pointed out that logic seems to fly in the face of this explanation, suddenly this problem kicked in right at the top of 52mb speed.
Seems like I wouldn't get the speed boost.

After three months with BT and numerous problems - one uniform factor is the staff continually wishing to close the complaint down without resolving it
BT Infinity £24.99 12 month contract £59.99 setup fee £359.87
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For new customers, 1 year contract, £25 monthly plus £60 upfront
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Rich06911 h, 49 m ago

For the 38mb, just £4 extra gets you the upto 76mb.



£72 extra over the 18 months , great for those that would find the extra speed useful , and assuming your line can achieve it - worth checking first

if you pay £60 setup fee you deserve to be ripped off

MarkShopper1 h, 16 m ago

Vodafone is charging a flat £20-a-month for fibre broadband, 18 month …Vodafone is charging a flat £20-a-month for fibre broadband, 18 month contract, £21 Topcashback.

For the 38mb, just £4 extra gets you the upto 76mb.

Their unlimited infinity offer is actually cheaper - its £34.99 a month, but £25 activation with £120 gift card so effective cost is £27.08 per month.

Ops post is £29.99 effectie cost

Not really worth having broadband these days if it’s not unlimited. Plenty of better offers.
BT Unlimited Infinity Broadband and calls/line rental £418.87 including up front fees (Works out £17.41 per month via tcb)
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Unlimited Infinity £31.99 Setup fee £34.99 So 12 months = £383.83 + £34.99 setup = £418.87 Minus £120 mastercard reward and £90 tcb = £208.87 So, £17.41 per month Works out bet… Read more
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This deal appears to be a bit less now? Unless I'm.missing something.
Im keen to order and would appreciate your expert opinions. I'm in a new build so BT is more or less only option.
Thanks

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you can get the cheque offer to appear when using tcb if you edit the link after going through tcb

did it yesterday, tcb tracked and I've had confirmation of the cheque + mastercard
Edited by: "dataload" 29th Sep 2017

Vodafone is £20 with no setup fee and no cashback to worry about not paying.
And it's £24 for fibre max (also with no setup fee).
Plus TCB standard is £20.20.

Original Poster

Sorry for my ignorance but how is the voda deal better? It's £20 for more or less the same thing?