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Free upgrade for existing BT infinity 1 customers to BT infinity 2
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Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 9th Oct
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

Got the email but no boost as of yet.

spongebob191310 m ago

are you able to confirm - if you log into "my BT" does your package still …are you able to confirm - if you log into "my BT" does your package still show as infinity 1 and say up to 52mb, or has it changed?


Sure does.

Unlimited Broadband with BT Infinity 1
Unlimited usage

Up to 52Mb download speed

Unlimited BT Wi-fi minutes

Online storage with BT Cloud

BT Parental Controls, BT Web Protect & BT Virus Protect

Original Poster

sivthasan21st Oct

Also got my broadband speed increased today - 51.5/9 increased to 68/18... …Also got my broadband speed increased today - 51.5/9 increased to 68/18... hopefully it will increase to 72 as I'm sure the copper can handle that just fine.



are you able to confirm - if you log into "my BT" does your package still show as infinity 1 and say up to 52mb, or has it changed?

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David_Dale-1015194161805716 h, 35 m ago

Had the so called free upgrade for 2 weeks now and have found the results …Had the so called free upgrade for 2 weeks now and have found the results are not worth the effort download speed was 51.65 and steady now 55.6. Upload was 7.8 and now varies between 1.8 and 14.2. Am trying to get BT to revert the change but so unable to make Indian help desk understand. I just require a constant connection and as far as cloud storage not interested as I have my own. Living in a development, still under construction with my place built in 2011so all cabling from cabinet should be able to handle the upgrade.

Had the so called free upgrade for 2 weeks now and have found the results are not worth the effort download speed was 51.65 and steady now 55.6. Upload was 7.8 and now varies between 1.8 and 14.2. Am trying to get BT to revert the change but so unable to make Indian help desk understand. I just require a constant connection and as far as cloud storage not interested as I have my own. Living in a development, still under construction with my place built in 2011so all cabling from cabinet should be able to handle the upgrade.
BT Infinity £24.99 12 month contract £59.99 setup fee £359.87
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 28th Sep
For new customers, 1 year contract, £25 monthly plus £60 upfront

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.

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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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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 28th Sep
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

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

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?
Unlimited Broadband for £29.99 per month including line rental plus get a £60 reward card £369.87 including p&p @ BT
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Summary
  1. Found 21st Sep
Unlimited Broadband for £29.99 per month including line rental plus get a £60 reward card or Unlimited Infinity Broadband (52mb) for £34.99 per month including line rental plus g… Read more

safctopcat21st Sep

http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliate-packages-broadband/?s_cid=con_cic_aff_affwin_vidAJM_broadband&vendorid=AJM&utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=Affiliate&awc=3041_1505995266_486a5f4811fc1c699599b89cb72918be&dclid=CPOTpsedttYCFWGi7QodN2wK6QUnlimited Broadband for £26.99


Vodafone broadband is still cheaper if you don't need free weekend calls, and don't need to mess about claiming a prepaid card.

Terrible company

Are there any BT broadband deals offering the free BT sport if you're with sky?
Edited by: "Petal" 21st Sep

Absolute garbage deal, safctopcat link is miles better and already posted, should just delete this deal.

Now Live - BT Unlimited Infinity 1 upto 52mb + Unlim Weekend Calls, £120 Reward Card & £50 cheque - £31.99pm total with activation + Hub del £418.87 (£248.87 taking Rewards/Cheque into account)
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Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 18th Sep
Okay, so this looks decent overall! Unlimited Weekend Calls - Unlimited Infinity (Upto 52MB) - £120 Reward Card - Claim £50 Cheque within 90 days of installation There is a £25 a… Read more
Editor

dataload16th Oct

my other line was upgraded last week, even though it was only downgraded …my other line was upgraded last week, even though it was only downgraded at the start of the yearI've had no email regarding an upgrade on the new line, if we get one I expect it'll come during November as they're apparently doing it slowly until mid November



dataload14th Oct

I don't think us editing the URL will actually result in a cheque arriving …I don't think us editing the URL will actually result in a cheque arriving but it was worth a gowill update if I receive a cheque


iv just clicked on track my router thats coming tomorrow and it opened BT tracking and it gave me a vol number as a reference number and a ajmaaz number as a sales reference number so i think ill try the vol one

jaddy5 m ago

Cheers iv also read that everyone is being upgraded to 76mb for free, not …Cheers iv also read that everyone is being upgraded to 76mb for free, not sure if it will include us, but if its anything like virgin there will be a free price increase with the free upgrade.


my other line was upgraded last week, even though it was only downgraded at the start of the year

I've had no email regarding an upgrade on the new line, if we get one I expect it'll come during November as they're apparently doing it slowly until mid November

dataload14th Oct

I don't think us editing the URL will actually result in a cheque arriving …I don't think us editing the URL will actually result in a cheque arriving but it was worth a gowill update if I receive a cheque


Cheers iv also read that everyone is being upgraded to 76mb for free, not sure if it will include us, but if its anything like virgin there will be a free price increase with the free upgrade.

jaddy4 h, 30 m ago

Great, mine starts with ajmaa , i did mine through topcashback and edited …Great, mine starts with ajmaa , i did mine through topcashback and edited the url to give me the £50 cheque , im not into this cashback bs , i dont mind it with quidco and topcashback, but not with BT.


I don't think us editing the URL will actually result in a cheque arriving but it was worth a go

will update if I receive a cheque

redge99014 h, 41 m ago

You use hot uk deals in the found deal box. It says in the faqs or t and …You use hot uk deals in the found deal box. It says in the faqs or t and cs on the broadband benefits site. My current issue is that it wont accept my ordr number starting VOL... anyone else having the same problem.


Great, mine starts with ajmaa , i did mine through topcashback and edited the url to give me the £50 cheque , im not into this cashback bs , i dont mind it with quidco and topcashback, but not with BT.

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£175 savings on BT broadband deals plus Free BT sports for 12 months - £29.99 p/m 12 months £369.87 including p&p
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Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 18th Sep
Fund this great deal BT offering on broadband - free activation on plus BT sport for the 12months and includes line rental for only £29.99 - it normally £42.99 - they have other de… Read more

Admini1 h, 5 m ago

i went for talktalk 2yrs ago because we didn't have internet, and talktalk …i went for talktalk 2yrs ago because we didn't have internet, and talktalk given the earliest activation date. the confirmation of live date was in about 2 weeks. but they kept changing the date, delayed for nearly a month which was extremely nightmare! we had to use mobile tethering. cost me over £50. and they just gave us a very little compensation. however nightmare was not end, they keep inceasing the bill as they said they are improving the service, wtf, nothing improved since we used them, even worse and worse. we initially signed up with 6months contract only, as we've planed to move to new home after 6months. so after 6months we were ready to move to new house and happy to end up with them, called them, they said we are on 18months contract! what the hell! and if we move house, the contract will refresh, which means we will stuck with them for another 18months. we wanted to paid up bill and go for other network, but again, only talktalk can setup faster than other companies because(they promised) move house process quicker and new house got the line, then we agreed again with talktalk. I WAS ABSOLUTELY FOOLISH! It was just another nightmate started! they changed the Live date again and again, another 2 weeks delay! I was tired to ring the customer service, they drove me on the wall everytime. In 2yrs, my bill has gone up to about £40/m, internet still as bad as usual. far far worse than Virgin which i thought it was bad. NOW, my contract will be finished next month, i may go back to Virgin, I really miss their service, and never look on talktalk again, even they offer me for free.



I feel your pain, they are ranked either bottom or near the bottom of every single poll for a reason. When they try and stop me in the street I tell them in a loud voice that I'd not touch them again if they paid me. Hopefully I manage to put off anyone considering them at those stalls.

david_robinson9418th Sep

They are, don't touch them. Even if they offer you their services for …They are, don't touch them. Even if they offer you their services for free, don't do it to yourself. I learnt my lesson the hard way.

i went for talktalk 2yrs ago because we didn't have internet, and talktalk given the earliest activation date. the confirmation of live date was in about 2 weeks. but they kept changing the date, delayed for nearly a month which was extremely nightmare! we had to use mobile tethering. cost me over £50. and they just gave us a very little compensation. however nightmare was not end, they keep inceasing the bill as they said they are improving the service, wtf, nothing improved since we used them, even worse and worse. we initially signed up with 6months contract only, as we've planed to move to new home after 6months. so after 6months we were ready to move to new house and happy to end up with them, called them, they said we are on 18months contract! what the hell! and if we move house, the contract will refresh, which means we will stuck with them for another 18months. we wanted to paid up bill and go for other network, but again, only talktalk can setup faster than other companies because(they promised) move house process quicker and new house got the line, then we agreed again with talktalk. I WAS ABSOLUTELY FOOLISH! It was just another nightmate started! they changed the Live date again and again, another 2 weeks delay! I was tired to ring the customer service, they drove me on the wall everytime. In 2yrs, my bill has gone up to about £40/m, internet still as bad as usual. far far worse than Virgin which i thought it was bad. NOW, my contract will be finished next month, i may go back to Virgin, I really miss their service, and never look on talktalk again, even they offer me for free.

Does anyone know If you're already a bt customer is it possible to terminate your account and then open a new one with this offer?

Mighty__Mag2 h, 1 m ago

With tv for 25 so their best fibre unlimited and tv for 25? That link you …With tv for 25 so their best fibre unlimited and tv for 25? That link you posted says tv starts at 22 then get fibre for 30, So 52pm

I get my TV from sky alongside my fibre. If that was included for £25 I would have said so.

Smadmad5 h, 36 m ago

They are currently offering 76mb unlimited for £30. I called sky before …They are currently offering 76mb unlimited for £30. I called sky before leaving BT and got that deal for £25 along with a TV package http://www.sky.com/shop/broadband-talk/fibre-optic/?DCMP=knc-GOOGLE-nc-SAB-BAU-FIBRE-sky+fibre&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_KG2lcmw1gIVbgHTCh2PwwS0EAAYASAAEgJxrfD_BwE




With tv for 25 so their best fibre unlimited and tv for 25? That link you posted says tv starts at 22 then get fibre for 30, So 52pm
Edited by: "Mighty__Mag" 19th Sep
BT broadband 52mb with free BT Sport and BT TV entertainment package £26.66 p/m - £9.99 set up - £319,97
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Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 17th Sep
£110 cashback at quidco. Works out at £26.66 a month if you have a phone contract with bt It's £31.66 a month if not

Speed is different according to the area you live. Sad

ben_smith118th Sep

Thank you, I cancelled and got £110 cash back from quidco. First 3 …Thank you, I cancelled and got £110 cash back from quidco. First 3 months free !



happy to help.

Original Poster

wendy0717 h, 57 m ago

just cancel shouldnt be more than 48hrs to complete your request, make …just cancel shouldnt be more than 48hrs to complete your request, make sure you get confirmation, and then sign up again using quidco cash back

Thank you, I cancelled and got £110 cash back from quidco.
First 3 months free !

Original Poster

imak32 m ago

Try Vodafone broadband, cheap at the moment and you don't have to use …Try Vodafone broadband, cheap at the moment and you don't have to use their mobiles to get it. Do a search on money supermarket.com, you can put your postcode in and it will tell you what deals you could get. Vodafone is £30 cashback ATM via quidco

Do you not think BT TV with BT sport in HD and line rental is worth the extra £15 ?

ben_smith118 h, 26 m ago

I just phoned to cancel the deal and they said that BT is the only …I just phoned to cancel the deal and they said that BT is the only provider that does fibre to the home in my area. I asked if she was just trying to keep my custom but she said she can't lie about that.Looks like I don't have any other options

Try Vodafone broadband, cheap at the moment and you don't have to use their mobiles to get it. Do a search on money supermarket.com, you can put your postcode in and it will tell you what deals you could get. Vodafone is £30 cashback ATM via quidco
Switching broadband early? Get your early termination charges reimbursed from BT and others
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Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 16th Sep
I switched to a BT MSE broadband deal a few weeks ago and didn't realise that you can get up to £300 of broadband and line rental early termination charges reimbursed in full to y… Read more

well people beware. Sky will charge you back that money cheekily in your monthly contract. See below what Margaret from Sky said:

If you go with the contract buyout option. Your monthly bills will be £28.99 pm for entire 12 months contract. You will get a £100 reimbursed for the termination fee from Virgin - Margaret 17:46 - I have a second option for you as well - Margaret 17:47 - With that option we will not reimburse the £100 However we will lower the monthly cost Your monthly bill will be £20 pm for 12 months contract Rewards : £50 PrePaid Mastercard You save £107.88 ( £8.99 *12 months) on your monthly bills which you can use to reimburse the Virgin Fee

Sky thinks people are stupid init! They offer you a cheap contract but won't reimburse, and that amount is on Sky site, it's not a favour or anything. see link below. Or, you pay more on your monthly contract, and then they will 'reimburse' you the termination fee! What a joke!

sky.com/sho…bbt
Edited by: "Arvind0007" 11th Oct

steviet0316th Sep

I have been with BT for about 5 years and have found them to be like a …I have been with BT for about 5 years and have found them to be like a cheating partner that you keep taking back no matter the lie. Every time I set up a new contract and agree a price for 12 months BT sneak it up. Each year BT say sorry and I forgive them but then they do it all over again.

This is so funny
But you are right, they mess up and u keep going back to them.

furbix20 h, 18 m ago

I was told if they up your bill above inflation then you can cancel …I was told if they up your bill above inflation then you can cancel without penalty, is this true? Virgin just upped my bill after only four months of a 24 month contract. Thinking I’m going to cancel and try and get a better deal, maybe go back to Virgin at a discounted rate.


You won't be able to leave Virgin then go back to them again - you will be classed as a returning customer not a new customer and won't be entitled to their discounted rates for new customers

cannycoyote17th Sep

virgin will also give you up to 3x your package value back as a credit. …virgin will also give you up to 3x your package value back as a credit. could be as high as £200 for some on high packages


For doing what? Switching to them from another provider?

The last time I spoke to someone from Virgin Media they told me they offer no reimbursement of credit for switching

Anything from Virgin? I joined Virgin media from bt and paid over £100 for early termination fee!
Free BT Sport for 12 months on a 12 month contract! Just need broadband
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Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 8th Sep
Get the BT Sport app and online player If you have BT Broadband and BT Mobile, you can get the BT Sport Pack on the app or to stream online FREE for 12 months, then £7/mth. Or if y… Read more

Original Poster

Wifes name should do it! But you just have to phone and qoute these deals. So long as you renew the BT sport there are different deals on but was six months free then once started charging done another six months free sonbadically so basically 18 months with six months paid at £5 a month

Anon328th Sep

yeah the app is good and you can chromecast! Technically its not HD but it …yeah the app is good and you can chromecast! Technically its not HD but it says HD and looks and feels HD so for me i done a deal last year with cashback and card of £150 plus i sold my router for £40 as well making an effective cost of about £10 a month. Then added 6 months free BT sport and when they started charging done another free six months but this did add six months to the main contract as well to make it 18 months but they held the price rise. All in all i am happy the the service and don't mind if they give me a good deal but understand if you leave and come back again you get TCB plus card that you don't get when you renew! I'll drive a hard bargain when the next price rise or when my renewal comes back. BT Sport was free for six months then £5 a month making it £2.50 for me but as i done 18 months cause renewd half way through it was 18 months with free for 12 months making it £1.66 a month. So definitely worth it. Minded not to leave as its a pain but might just move between sky and BT to bag the cards etc...

Any tips on driving a hard bargain, they wouldn't give me the steam off their pee!

Have the full blown TV pack at mo was on deal but now on rip off price

Seems best to leave and rejoin just unsure beat route to take and could leave with downtime?

Wife could so something in her name maybe but we share bank account if that causes an other obstacle

Got it for free on my Virginmedia package!

Is it correct to say I need my broadband to be fully activated before any offers will appear? My go live date is 14 September and just getting an error page at the moment.

Anon328th Sep

yeah the app is good and you can chromecast! Technically its not HD but it …yeah the app is good and you can chromecast! Technically its not HD but it says HD and looks and feels HD so for me i done a deal last year with cashback and card of £150 plus i sold my router for £40 as well making an effective cost of about £10 a month. Then added 6 months free BT sport and when they started charging done another free six months but this did add six months to the main contract as well to make it 18 months but they held the price rise. All in all i am happy the the service and don't mind if they give me a good deal but understand if you leave and come back again you get TCB plus card that you don't get when you renew! I'll drive a hard bargain when the next price rise or when my renewal comes back. BT Sport was free for six months then £5 a month making it £2.50 for me but as i done 18 months cause renewd half way through it was 18 months with free for 12 months making it £1.66 a month. So definitely worth it. Minded not to leave as its a pain but might just move between sky and BT to bag the cards etc...

When you leave BT then rejoin, how long do you have to wait in order to be eligible for these offers of free BT Sport? They seem to offer new fibre broadband customers free BT Sport for 12 months then charge (£5 pm) thereafter?
Great tv broadband and phone deal  BT
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 7th Sep

stevesipmax1 h, 36 m ago

Looks like you quotes are a little like the deals you've posted...Feeling …Looks like you quotes are a little like the deals you've posted...Feeling a bit chilly over there?

Bad troll.

stevesipmax1 h, 37 m ago

I didn't mention the pricing of this deal, just the service offered by …I didn't mention the pricing of this deal, just the service offered by BT.Would you Like some more straws to clutch at?

I'm talking about this deal, since we're on this thread, and BT are terrible, as mentioned by a few others...

DingIs18 h, 41 m ago

The deal above is £600 a year, yours isn't the same deal... That's what I …The deal above is £600 a year, yours isn't the same deal... That's what I can say... Keep up at the back there..

Looks like you quotes are a little like the deals you've posted...
Feeling a bit chilly over there?

DingIs18 h, 40 m ago

The deal above is £600 a year, yours isn't the same deal... That's what I …The deal above is £600 a year, yours isn't the same deal... That's what I can say... Keep up at the back there..

I didn't mention the pricing of this deal, just the service offered by BT.

Would you Like some more straws to clutch at?

stevesipmax1 h, 35 m ago

I signed up for the recent deal where it works out at approx £16 per month …I signed up for the recent deal where it works out at approx £16 per month for fibre and line rental. Minus my £50 credit and this takes it to just over £10 per month. Cha ching!You shouldn't really spout out about £600 a year without doing a bit of homework first. No need to reply, saying that...what could you really say?

The deal above is £600 a year, yours isn't the same deal... That's what I can say... Keep up at the back there..
BT Infinity 1 retention deal, £28.99 for 12 months [£347.88 term] (probably others too)
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Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 28th Aug
Rang up BT to cancel my subscription as I was outside of my contract paying the RIDICULOUS 47 quid that they silently pushed up for me a couple months ago. They offered me a price … Read more

They couldn't have been less helpful on the phone if they tried with me. So you killed your line and took a new customer offer under same name and payment details?

gogboy21 h, 25 m ago

Encouraged by who? As for haggling with BT, called them up and not …Encouraged by who? As for haggling with BT, called them up and not interested in any discount despite being out of contract now.

The retention team advisor and a manager I was talking to when I was planning on leaving as they couldn't offer me the 12 month contract I wanted and I didn't want to a 18 month fibre contract they were authorised to offer. They wavered the disconnection fee and I found a new bt contract with free connection.

sheps4th Sep

i've just been spent hours going through this with bt and ended up been …i've just been spent hours going through this with bt and ended up been encouraged to end my contract and become a new customer the next day if i didn't mind using my neighbours bt hotspots while they reconnect me.. if all the cashback and gift cards come through i guess it will be better to be a new customer than move to ee or vodafone.. both which will see me have to move to sim cards too.. wonder could i book new contract to start day after in husbands name instead.. might stop us been cut off and not risk the next lot of deals are worse than this lot.. fear the prices are going to start creeping up again

Encouraged by who? As for haggling with BT, called them up and not interested in any discount despite being out of contract now.

i've just been spent hours going through this with bt and ended up been encouraged to end my contract and become a new customer the next day if i didn't mind using my neighbours bt hotspots while they reconnect me.. if all the cashback and gift cards come through i guess it will be better to be a new customer than move to ee or vodafone.. both which will see me have to move to sim cards too.. wonder could i book new contract to start day after in husbands name instead.. might stop us been cut off and not risk the next lot of deals are worse than this lot.. fear the prices are going to start creeping up again

Christ, I hope my retention deal is better when the time comes!
BT Unlimited Infinity fibre optic upto 52mbps -[£393.87 Term] (possible £178/yr or £14.90/month after cashback etc)
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Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 27th Aug
BT Infinity includes: £31.99/pm Upto 52 MbpsUnlimited usageWEEKEND CALLSFIBRE OPTIC100GB CLOUDBT VIRUS PROTECT ON 2 DEVICES12 months contract Installation fee: £9.99 £31.99*12mo… Read more

This seems like a good deal, with no £59+ connection fee... Now do I go for this or hold out for a different one!! Do better deals come up often on BT...
Edited by: "atc28uk" 31st Aug

I just signed up for it. OK, so the expected download speed will be more like 35mbps but it's still a great deal. Paying 12 months line rental up front will also save you £18.99 for the year :-)

If you enjoy solid connections at the correct speeds get a 3rd party router.
Mine lags like a 1 legged tortoise or drops out with home hub 6. Adding my r7000 as the router and keeping home hub as the modem = no dropouts and decent speeds (49mbps) on a 52mb connection. That's with 25 things connected to wifi as qos settings mean you can higher certain devices and lower priority others 🖒

Yes there is no Virgin in my area at all. At the town meeting Virgin representatives explained how the blown fibre works and how long it will take to be up and running. They are held up by getting permission to put in the trunk because it requires a permit to dig up the road which was under embargo because of nearby motorway works. So until then they have just been doing the micro trenching around the pavements laying the ducting and putting in some cabinets. In the number fiddling shakeup the contractor was replaced and they seem slightly more professional now.
Edited by: "malhal" 29th Aug

zebrum1 h, 17 m ago

That's their old system. Virgin now offer FFTP with their Project …That's their old system. Virgin now offer FFTP with their Project Lightning, it is blown fibre down plastic green ducting from the cabinet to the house. Then a box on the outside of the house converts to coax to go inside to the modem. It will provide speeds of 200Mbps to 300Mbps with a theoretical maximum of 1Gbps in the future. They've already laid the ducting on my street but the fibre won't be blown to the house until they have connected the cabinet to the trunk which will take a few months.


You must live in an area that has no Virgin Media footprint at all. Edit - (here I mean historically)

If VM have any HFC networks in your area (i.e. your street is a new street that wasn't there when they built the network, or for whatever reason they chose not to bother) then you will get coax.

Thus for most people project lightening will not bring FTTP. I know a lot of people automatically assume project lightening is installing FTTP however this is not the case. Originally (2016) VM said they were going to give FTTP to over 1 million new houses. This has been scaled back dramatically so if you are getting FTTP you are one of the lucky ones. Most project lightening connections are infill at this point in time.
Edited by: "gary333" 29th Aug
BT Fibre Broadband 52MB £354 for the year but you get a £150 card! Works out at £16.33a month including line rental and set up costs! Free BT sport for a year on a 12 month contract. cheapest fibre starts weds 16th aug
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Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 15th Aug
Boradband Unbundled From mse Available to: 83% of UK Speed: Up to 52Mb Download limit: Unlimited Traffic shaping? No Contract length: 12 months Deal … Read more

Everyone received their reward card? Any idea on activation/receiving card dates?

I activated on 20th Sept, apparently card dispatched 26th from BT to the card provider, but nothing yet!

spobby8 h, 12 m ago

is it classes as debit or credit card ?


I guess a Credit Card with it being Mastercard? Can't remember which option i chose when ordering

Rastafari4th Sep

I just cancelled my order.


..and yet BT has just confirmed the £105 tracked Quidco cashback. Thanks very much, BT. Free money is good.

MarzBarz6th Oct

HeyI filled in form on the websiteuse this link …HeyI filled in form on the websiteuse this link :https://bt.custhelp.com/app/contact_email/c/6090

Just submitted a query using this, been 29 days without a sniff of a reward card yet.

is it classes as debit or credit card ?
BT infinity 1 unlimited - Now £29.99 p/m (12 months contract - £359.88) Plus £80 MasterCard voucher
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  1. Found 4th Aug
Hey, Just found this on the BT deals website. BT infinity 1 unlimited now £29.99, which includes line rental. Remember, infinity 1 speeds go up to 52Mbps as well. Also a £80 Mast… Read more

keitht5856th Aug

If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new …If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new deal, but not the cards or cashback, Just got Infinity 1 for £28.99pm, inc free sport, free caller display, free HD for 3 months.



Well done, I tried twice in last 2 weeks for a neighbour and family member,both out of contract with BT but they would not match deal for new customers so moved them onto the 12 month plusnet deal, (£24.99)

keitht5856th Aug

If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new …If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new deal, but not the cards or cashback, Just got Infinity 1 for £28.99pm, inc free sport, free caller display, free HD for 3 months.

Hi my BT phone and broadband will be installed on 30th August and TV was meant to be installed on the same day, but BT have emailed me that there has been a change will the dates so BTTV will be installed the next day 31st August.

Since BT have changed the dates would that affect my cashback and will quidco payout since it's BT that changed the date, also everything else is the same thanks

I spoke to BT the guy said my order hasn't been processed does that mean my cashback will get rejected

19DembaBa195th Aug

My cashback tracked at £150 so I don't need calls



Tracked and paid? I wouldn't be surprised if that got downgraded

azmahhafsa4th Aug

Is this only for new customers? Or can existing customers get this deal




It's new customers only supposedly. I rang to ask to be transferred to this price and got the reply that this is a reward' reserved for new customers. The 'best they could possibly do' would be nearly £40 per month to renew with them. I mentioned that Vodafone are doing their equivalent for £25 per month and all of a sudden it was magically possible to get this exclusive price (and maybe better if I'd pushed). I find that it's all a bit of an annoying game to leverage the maximum amount of money from those who don't want to shop around.
Existing BT BB customers possible 12m free BT Sport on Sky (Recontract)
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  1. Found 4th Aug
I joined BT Broadband in May (Infinity 1 pack) and chanced my arm to get BT sport free as per their current offers. they wouldn't budge on the BT TV activation fee so I mentioned … Read more

Doesn't this re-contract you for a further 12 months? So you'd get your current discount for the duration of the (say 12 month) term, but then pay the full price for the rest of the re-contracted period?

Original Poster

Just realised this is available online as well, just choose no to BT TV then pick BT Sport on Sky.
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thanks op worked a treat for me.

If I pay line rental in advance would the cashback track and also can they put the price up in the middle of the contract

Original Poster

ajmillington1 h, 21 m ago

I phoned up. They checked my account and offered me 12 months free bt …I phoned up. They checked my account and offered me 12 months free bt sport on sky. Didn't need to re-contract so still on original deal. Only stipulation is you have bt broadband during the 12 month free bt sport otherwise you start paying for the sport. Great deal. Heat added.

Glad someone else posted to confirm it works
Unlimited Broadband + BT Sport Pack + up to £130 cash back on quidco + £40 reward card £24.99 @ BT.COM
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  1. Found 4th Aug
I was looking for a new broadband package and thought this was a decent deal. Unlimited broadband (up to 17mb), BT Sport on sky or bt tv is free for 12 months and potentially up to… Read more

tawse571 h, 1 m ago

Hi,I wonder if someone can offer some advice on this.I have a 12 month …Hi,I wonder if someone can offer some advice on this.I have a 12 month Sky package which ends on October 6th - it was a £24.99 Box Set TV / broadband package and Sky have not even offered any discount on a new price of £90 per month so I have cancelled my Sky from the end of contract.I am thinking of ordering this BT Broadband package but if I order now will I be able to tell BT that I only want the broadband to start from October 6th?I don't want to order the BT Broadband this week and be told that it is starting immediately.Also, what happens if you move house halfway through the 12 month contract - anyone know?Thanks for any help.T.Btw, I don't watch much TV so am only really interested in a broadband package. I want something that included BT line rental.

You can sign up today and change the installation date to 6th October and if you move house all you do is call them and they will transfer your broadband to the new house. I hope this helps with your enquiry (BT customer services)

Hi,

I wonder if someone can offer some advice on this.

I have a 12 month Sky package which ends on October 6th - it was a £24.99 Box Set TV / broadband package and Sky have not even offered any discount on a new price of £90 per month so I have cancelled my Sky from the end of contract.

I am thinking of ordering this BT Broadband package but if I order now will I be able to tell BT that I only want the broadband to start from October 6th?

I don't want to order the BT Broadband this week and be told that it is starting immediately.

Also, what happens if you move house halfway through the 12 month contract - anyone know?

Thanks for any help.


T.


Btw, I don't watch much TV so am only really interested in a broadband package. I want something that included BT line rental.

Hason5th Aug

BT Sport is not in HD! who likes watching in SD on big screen, even mobile …BT Sport is not in HD! who likes watching in SD on big screen, even mobile phones screen are HD or even UHD. No Fibre as well.


You also do not get all of the BT sport channels on top of that.

BT Sport is not in HD! who likes watching in SD on big screen, even mobile phones screen are HD or even UHD. No Fibre as well.
BT Unlimited Infinity Broadband 52MB - £134.87 after cashback over 12 months
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  1. Found 27th Jul
My broadband is not due just yet but browsing quidco and a deal caught my attention that's ok until 23:59 on the 27th Aug (TONIGHT) Unlimited Broadband 52MB broadband with weekend… Read more

hello - for those that placed orders on 27 July, has the TCB/Quidco cashback payment come through?

thanks

Anon327th Sep

Can you take it out in your wifes name and still bag the deal

Yes I did this

sparkler201628th Jul

I ordered the BT infinity with line rental deal £29.99 pm £34.99 a …I ordered the BT infinity with line rental deal £29.99 pm £34.99 activation and £150 MasterCard and £90 TCB. I worked out it costs me £12.90pm. That excellent I thought with infinity. Took advantage of this under partners name last year. Bt retention was rubbish offered me a crappy deal but was advised to take out under my name to get this deal. So Im happy for the next year


Can you take it out in your wifes name and still bag the deal

Very good deal!

Order the same package in late July and due to activate at the end of the month, however the offer wasn't as good as this. Can I cancel the order and re-order again? Has anyone done this before?

nige18228th Jul

I am also interested in knowing this. Also, is there any way around it if …I am also interested in knowing this. Also, is there any way around it if I have no other name to use? Eg. could I maybe put an (unintentional) typo in and use a different bank account perhaps?

That's fraud.
BT Unlimited Infinity 1 @ 29.99 a month, one off 34.99 connection. Minus £150 Reward card (Possible 12.07 a month with quidco)
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  1. Found 21st Jul
Possible 100 Quidco or 90 TCB back if it tracks In a rush so forgive my maths if it's not spot on.. 29.99 a month for twelve months +34.99 connection minus 150 reward card and 100 … Read more

Quidco cashback has been paid yesterday
Received email from BT today for free speed upgrade to 76 mb and BT cloud upgrade to 200GB 🙌
Edited by: "ISJ66" 13th Oct

Also finally got my £150 reward card in the post this weekend. Had to chase customer support twice for it (once initially and then once after the 45 days), so as the person above already said, I'm pretty sure they hope people won't bother to follow it up to avoid them having to pay out.

My £90 TopCashback has also been paid (was confirmed as payable around the same time I chased up the reward card), so in all I got both the £150 reward card and £90 cash back, and my connection is a stable 50Mbps, so well worth it in the end!

Many thanks to the original poster of this deal, and anyone else in this thread who kept us updated on progress/who to chase to get the reward.

ISJ662 h, 1 m ago

Have you got your Quidco payment confirmed and payable?Mine tracked only …Have you got your Quidco payment confirmed and payable?Mine tracked only and estimated payment on 23 November 2017 (Premium membership)


Confirmed and payable - had to push both BT and Quidco for it - and the BT rep chased it to confirmation for me. Hope that helps.

matwalaboy23 h, 32 m ago

Took perseverance (lots of it, I would say) but finally all sorted - maths …Took perseverance (lots of it, I would say) but finally all sorted - maths below :29.99*12 + 34.99 (one time activation charge) = 394.87150 (Reward Card) + 100 (Quidco) + 29.99 (late installation adjustment) + 20 (goodwill discount for the delay) + 1 year BT Sports Free (because of issue with Quidco payout) = 299.99Total Paid = 394.87 - 299.99 = 94.88 for the year i.e. 7.9 a month - not even discounting the usual 5 quid or whatever a month BT sports is.The last 3 are things that most likely apply only to me - but hey I am just sharing my experience here. All in all worked out damn well. As someone people here and other places have said once the 12 months finish you can pretty much signup straight back as a new customer, which is what I am going to do.The CS was usually good - they always tried to help - and for the cashback and reward issues because of failed transfer initially from Sky to BT once I had a case officer assigned, she was pretty good too, chasing it all up for me. Surely can't fault them for the Broadband speed and what its costing me.


Have you got your Quidco payment confirmed and payable?
Mine tracked only and estimated payment on 23 November 2017 (Premium membership)
Edited by: "ISJ66" 8th Oct

Took perseverance (lots of it, I would say) but finally all sorted - maths below :

29.99*12 + 34.99 (one time activation charge) = 394.87
150 (Reward Card) + 100 (Quidco) + 29.99 (late installation adjustment) + 20 (goodwill discount for the delay) + 1 year BT Sports Free (because of issue with Quidco payout) = 299.99

Total Paid = 394.87 - 299.99 = 94.88 for the year i.e. 7.9 a month - not even discounting the usual 5 quid or whatever a month BT sports is.

The last 3 are things that most likely apply only to me - but hey I am just sharing my experience here. All in all worked out damn well. As someone people here and other places have said once the 12 months finish you can pretty much signup straight back as a new customer, which is what I am going to do.

The CS was usually good - they always tried to help - and for the cashback and reward issues because of failed transfer initially from Sky to BT once I had a case officer assigned, she was pretty good too, chasing it all up for me. Surely can't fault them for the Broadband speed and what its costing me.
Unlimited Infinity 1 up to 52mb, Weekend calls included and 3 months free BT Sport, PLUS half price activation and £80 pre pay mastercard reward £29.99PM / £394.87 Term (£314.97 inclu reward) @ BT
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  1. Found 14th Jul
Nice little offer that just went live over at BT, think it's pretty decent esp with the reward card. Used BT previously and had no issues You can get their Unlimited Infinity 1 B… Read more
SuperEd
SuperEd

Is their broadband support still in india?

If I pay line rental in advance would the cashback track and also can they put the price up in the middle of the contract

I bought in for under £10/month what could go wrong but it is Soooo SLOW, my old Sky 13Gb was better than this but I guess for the price it will have to do for a year. Might consider getting a second line now or maybe a router upgrade will do it.

I've filled the claim form online and said dispatched 20th June and still nothing. It says you get an email with an activation code too but havent got that yet so they cannot blame the postal service. I've emailed them but looks like I will have to go down the forum complaints route or ASA advertising standards agent. When I did the sky friend referral I got the card within 14 day's.

Little heads up it takes months to get the BT reward card, i got my BT installed middle of May and still no BT reward card, ive chased it 3 times and only been told it will be here within 45 days...

I got a BT sim too and £60 amazon card, still havent got that either.

BT customer service is horrible, if youre about to renew just go with Virgin if you can.
BT fibre £29.99 plus £59.99 activation fee £100 quidco and £125 prepaid mastercard.
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  1. Found 12th Jul
BT fibre 29.99 plus 59.99 activation fee £100 quidco and £125 prepaid mastercard.

Original Poster

pasheast9 h, 3 m ago

Did you not read Krinkle? It's £80 not £100. "UP TO £100"

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i moved from Virgin to BT towards the end of last year, only had a few issues with the connection, but prepaid card and cashback tracked and all paid out quite quick. i took out 3 mobile contracts and they also all paid out/ up (2 of which work out free for a year with the cashback deals)
Edited by: "watson44" 13th Jul

stevedemp23

Quidco exclusive £100 till tomoro


Did you not read Krinkle? It's £80 not £100. "UP TO £100"

Got a similar deal last November and until last week it was all great until we had an outage. Customer service was absolutely useless so if something does go wrong don't expect BT to address the issue.

Had mine installed two weeks ago, Openreach missed 2 appointments but got there in the end. They will install a second phone line/new phone line for free (as they have already included a £59.99 activation fee).

The 38mb BT Fibre is much better than the 50mb Virgin broadband we previously had.


Edited by: "MIB15" 12th Jul

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