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BT Broadband 52mb + Phone + TV + BT Sports + AMC (£445) = £180 PER YEAR OR £15p/m BARGAIN) @ BT
BT Broadband 52mb + Phone + TV + BT Sports + AMC (£445) = £180 PER YEAR OR £15p/m BARGAIN) @ BT

BT Broadband 52mb + Phone + TV + BT Sports + AMC (£445) = £180 PER YEAR OR £15p/m BARGAIN) @ BT

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I will give a breakdown and how to get it,this is a 12 month contract to i will give yearly figures to keep it simple.
All figures have been rounded up or down to the nearest £1 depending on how i felt at that moment.

topcashback.co.uk/bt_…nd/

Ok my HUK Dealers doing the dealings here is the best broadband + TV + Phone deal i have seen on the market.

Cost
Package = £180 per year Choose Entertainment Plus + Unlimited Infinity 1 which gives 52mb fibre broadband + TV + Sports + AMC

Line rental = £205 per year You must select to pay 12 months line rental upfront on the 2nd page. This will give a 10% discount off the usual line rental

Activation and delivery roughly £60

How to get the Deal and only pay £180 per year.
USE TOPCASHBACK - TCB will give £162.75 cashback on this package

After you have installed TV and broadband you must go to BT website and claim a preloaded £100 mastercard.

Over the 12 month contract you will pay 180+205+60 = £445

From cash back and mastercard you will receive in total £262

445-262 = £183

115 Comments

That's too much hassle not for me but a good deal. I don't have a MasterCard where would I load into

argosextra

That's too much hassle not for me but a good deal. I don't have a … That's too much hassle not for me but a good deal. I don't have a MasterCard where would I load into



They give you a prepaid (PAYG) mastercard.

nice deal. shame bt aren't interested in keeping existing customers.

the best deals are always for the new customers. Just switch to another provider if they won't match any other good offer. you have the cooling off period. it's worth the hassle for the next 12 months of a good deal

Sorry but I wouldnt risk that much money on TopCashBack

adamnsu

Sorry but I wouldnt risk that much money on TopCashBack



Agreed.

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adamnsu

Sorry but I wouldnt risk that much money on TopCashBack



I ordered today and the £162 is already pending in my top cash back account. The terms and conditions say:
BT Reward Card ends runs from time to time and is available online only to new BT Broadband customers ordering a broadband package on bt.com. You must claim your BT Reward Card once your broadband is installed and within 6 months of placing your order on bt.com by entering your details on bt.com/cla…ard and must activate the card within 3 months of receipt. Following a successful claim, your card will be sent to the broadband installation address. Offer, BT Reward Card & BT terms apply (www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card). BT Reward Card is issued by R. Raphael & Sons plc, pursuant to license by MasterCard International Incorporated. MasterCard® and the MasterCard brand mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Inc. Raphaels Bank is a UK Bank authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (registration number 161302) and is permitted to issue e-money. Head office and registered office at 19-21 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 7ED, company registration number 01288938. Subject to availability.
Edited by: "prash_2k" 8th Aug 2016

Original Poster

These are top cash back terms and conditions so you can have the cash back and £100 card. Win win?

Am I missing something?

I've only had BT broadband for 3 months and can say once my contract is up I'll be leaving them.

Took almost 2 months to install my broadband (2 months from when my brand and with Virgin was turned off) and that was constant calling them for an engineer to come fit it. Only after the 5th engineer being book it actually got fitted. Had my contract canceled due to taking too long to install my broadband (??). Because they canceled my contract first time I couldn't claim my cash back or any rewards and on the system it was showing as I'm an existing customer.

If you have any problems you need to speak with someone in India, who when don't now what they're dealing with just hang the phone up on you after it took an hour and a half to get through to them.

After three months of being in a contract with them I noticed my broadband bill had increased. Looking online I noticed they had increased my broadband package, but decided not to send me a letter or an email. So I was suppose to pay £42 for just broadband infinity 2 + line rental now I'm paying £48.

If you can get a better deal with Virgin, I would recommend them.
Edited by: "skuljester" 8th Aug 2016

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skuljester

I've only had BT broadband for 3 months and can say once my contract is … I've only had BT broadband for 3 months and can say once my contract is up I'll be leaving them. Took almost 2 months to install my broadband (2 months from when my brand and with Virgin was turned off) and that was constant calling them for an engineer to come fit it. Only after the 5th engineer being book it actually got fitted. Had my contract canceled due to taking too long to install my broadband (??). Because they canceled my contract first time I couldn't claim my cash back or any rewards and on the system it was showing as I'm an existing customer. If you have any problems you need to speak with someone in India, who when don't now what they're dealing with just hang the phone up on you after it took an hour and a half to get through to them. After three months of being in a contract with them I noticed my broadband bill had increased. Looking online I noticed they had increased my broadband package, but decided not to send me a letter or an email. So I was suppose to pay £42 for just broadband infinity 2 + line rental now I'm paying £48. If you can get a better deal with Virgin, I would recommend them.



Dude if it's that bad after the 1st or 2nd cancelled visit. Just phone your bank and cancel the direct debit and let the ombudsman deal with it.

To put it into perspective. I've hand Virgin media 150mb for over 12 months. The connection is always intermittent, I have complained several times. For 12 months they said there is an issue in my area they are trying to resolve. Basically another word for system overload.

So I'm looking to leave.

Is the BT Sport in HD, throughout the deal, or just for few months?

Hason

Is the BT Sport in HD, throughout the deal, or just for few months?



​only free for 3 months. then I think it's £5 a month

prash_2k

I ordered today and the £162 is already pending in my top cash back … I ordered today and the £162 is already pending in my top cash back account. The terms and conditions say:BT Reward Card ends runs from time to time and is available online only to new BT Broadband customers ordering a broadband package on bt.com. You must claim your BT Reward Card once your broadband is installed and within 6 months of placing your order on bt.com by entering your details on http://www.bt.com/claimmyreward and must activate the card within 3 months of receipt. Following a successful claim, your card will be sent to the broadband installation address. Offer, BT Reward Card & BT terms apply (www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card). BT Reward Card is issued by R. Raphael & Sons plc, pursuant to license by MasterCard International Incorporated. MasterCard® and the MasterCard brand mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Inc. Raphaels Bank is a UK Bank authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (registration number 161302) and is permitted to issue e-money. Head office and registered office at 19-21 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 7ED, company registration number 01288938. Subject to availability.



Often the BT Reward Cards are mentioned on TopCashBack in the list of Cashback for each type of broadband/deal. There is no reference to reward cards except for the small print that you have quoted. Therefore I'm not sure TCB is valid with these reward cards.

"The use of a BT Broadband - New Customers promotional/voucher code not posted and approved by TopCashback, may affect your eligibility for cashback."

They are not promoting the reward card so it's certainly not guaranteed.

The small print mentioning the reward cards is clearly always there (as it says 'from time to time') - they have not promoted the reward card with the currently listed cashback deal.

It'll probably be fine but I wouldn't be certain enough to risk it.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 8th Aug 2016

prash_2k

Dude if it's that bad after the 1st or 2nd cancelled visit. Just phone … Dude if it's that bad after the 1st or 2nd cancelled visit. Just phone your bank and cancel the direct debit and let the ombudsman deal with it.



Ombudsman can only get involved after you have raised a complaint with BT and allowed them time (I think it's 8 weeks) to resolve - you should never just stop paying as it will go against you

BT = Bloody Terrible.

Original Poster

Firefly1

Often the BT Reward Cards are mentioned on TopCashBack in the list of … Often the BT Reward Cards are mentioned on TopCashBack in the list of Cashback for each type of broadband/deal. There is no reference to reward cards except for the small print that you have quoted. Therefore I'm not sure TCB is valid with these reward cards."The use of a BT Broadband - New Customers promotional/voucher code not posted and approved by TopCashback, may affect your eligibility for cashback."They are not promoting the reward card so it's certainly not guaranteed.The small print mentioning the reward cards is clearly always there (as it says 'from time to time') - they have not promoted the reward card with the currently listed cashback deal.It'll probably be fine but I wouldn't be certain enough to risk it.



I would disagree to me the fact that TCB t&c's mention BT will from time to time offer extra rewards cards. Suggests that they not only know about the the £100 MasterCard offer from BT but accept it.

Otherwise they would have explicitly said they would not pay if you redeem the MasterCard.

Open discussion; I'm not 100% but I'm as sure as I can be.

good deal but not sure why nobody has pointed out that deals can't be posted net of any cashback, particularly where it isn't guaranteed.

Thanks OP

So, for poor folk like me, that's at least £265 upfront (or £60 plus an extra £19/mth for line rental) but what's the monthly payout?
Edited by: "fablanta" 8th Aug 2016

OK but bit risky for cashback

adamnsu

Sorry but I wouldnt risk that much money on TopCashBack



​Use Quidco then put in a higher cashback claim & they will match it.

prash_2k

Dude if it's that bad after the 1st or 2nd cancelled visit. Just phone … Dude if it's that bad after the 1st or 2nd cancelled visit. Just phone your bank and cancel the direct debit and let the ombudsman deal with it. To put it into perspective. I've hand Virgin media 150mb for over 12 months. The connection is always intermittent, I have complained several times. For 12 months they said there is an issue in my area they are trying to resolve. Basically another word for system overload. So I'm looking to leave.



I have 200 on Virgin Media and its more like 100 most of the time but as I only pay £34 a month inc line rental and unlimited calls thats great, I was getting a solid 140-150 before I decided to upgrade though.

cleverguy12

​only free for 3 months. then I think it's £5 a month


And if you have multi room with sky, BT wont let you have it on the other box you have to have a 2nd 12 month contract for that, i will be glad to leave them when we get fibre in the village !

My contract ended with sky so I call and they offer me everything for £12. Just not fibre, but I think the 12 MB average is OK for my needs

Cashback can't be included in deal price and this breaks the T&C's of both offers so you could end up with neither.

upto 52 mbit, not 52 mbit fixed (obviously)

Mods not very awake today...Cashback cannot be included in price quoted for a deal.

A good deal if it happens but here is my experience with BT. Ordered BT infinity 2, telephone and TV and had a confirmation date of around 6 weeks. Cancelled my VM with the end date next to the BT install date. A few days later BT emailed me and stated it will be another 6 weeks from the agreed date, so 12 weeks in total to get it fitted. Not good enough so decided to stay with VM who in the meantime offered me a better deal. It took 1 hour and 10 minutes to get through to BT to cancel the order. Rubbish customer service. At least VM answer the phone.(Even though when they answer they are useless).
Edited by: "uggers2k" 8th Aug 2016

Moved from Virgin to BT Infinity. No regrets. Much more stable.

I'm looking at BT for fibre as virgin are ****

I don't seem to be getting this rate of cashback when I follow the link. I get £146.

CRAPCASHBACK - this company should be called - they are really crap for dealing with declined claims and chasing payouts from retailers - even 6 months after the payment is due still shame crappy excuse they are chasing retailer

the worst thing is they have the cheek to ask if you want to tip their staff even if you get a payout

nomnomnomnom

Moved from Virgin to BT Infinity. No regrets. Much more stable.


Yep me to. Virgin in my area was constantly overloaded and as a consequence was unusable every evening and weekend. Used to fob me off but discovered completely over subscribed in my area and no sign of an infrastructure upgrade promised. Went to BT in March and it's not missed a beat (Netflix, gaming, Prime, Now TV just work!)

mgb20

BT = Bloody Terrible.



​totally agree!

Signed up to the regular 17mb broadband package last year at a special rate of £8.50p/m. A month or two ago I received an email about a "special offer" as an existing customer: exactly the same package I'm on now, at the "special" price of £15p/m. At the time of this "special offer", BT were running a new customer deal including Unlimited Infinity 1 at £9.99p/m. A not-so-subtle shafting from BT.

skuljester

I've only had BT broadband for 3 months and can say once my contract is … I've only had BT broadband for 3 months and can say once my contract is up I'll be leaving them. Took almost 2 months to install my broadband (2 months from when my brand and with Virgin was turned off) and that was constant calling them for an engineer to come fit it. Only after the 5th engineer being book it actually got fitted. Had my contract canceled due to taking too long to install my broadband (??). Because they canceled my contract first time I couldn't claim my cash back or any rewards and on the system it was showing as I'm an existing customer. If you have any problems you need to speak with someone in India, who when don't now what they're dealing with just hang the phone up on you after it took an hour and a half to get through to them. After three months of being in a contract with them I noticed my broadband bill had increased. Looking online I noticed they had increased my broadband package, but decided not to send me a letter or an email. So I was suppose to pay £42 for just broadband infinity 2 + line rental now I'm paying £48. If you can get a better deal with Virgin, I would recommend them.


Yes, unfortunately that is BT for you. They are amongst the worst - I would avoid even if they are cheapest.

Hot

Will be cancelling Sky and Virgin tomorrow. Tenner a month off my bill, and ~£200 gain between the vouchers and the cashback. Will just load up on NowTV Entertainment vouchers for the Sky channels.

Cheers OP!

My last BT deal ended in Ombudsman action when they set up two accounts by mistake (how?), one for me and one for next door in my name. They then refused to fix it. I'm not even joking.

argosextra

That's too much hassle not for me but a good deal. I don't have a … That's too much hassle not for me but a good deal. I don't have a MasterCard where would I load into



"claim a preloaded £100 mastercard" means they send you a card which has 100 pounds preloaded, you can spend as a mastercard up to that limit, take it to a cash machine and take out the 100 pounds if you want.
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