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bt broadband superfast Fibre 2 - £29.99 pm (+£9.99 P&P)29.99*24+9.99 @ BT

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Posted 11th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This is for superfast fibre 2 which has 67mb average speed.

currently bt are offering this deal saving £240 over duration of contract of 24 months plus tcb are offering £115 which brings price down even further.
i know tt, voda and post office are cheaper , but many people encounter lots of problems with them, and not everyone can get virgin, so this seems a good deal for people coming to end of contract and looking to switch if you cannot get a good retenetion deal from current provider
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What's the speed? How long is the contract?

The heading is very ambiguous
sorry, just updated,thought further info would be uploaded with image, perhaps , mods could help with image
But bad with the tcb. I'm looking for a deal on the ultrafast fibre 250 but have yet to come across anything
FYI:
Uswitch is offering:
£80 BT Reward Card
£40 Marks & Spencer Voucher
Quidco: £120 cashback for BT Superfast 2 Broadband
snehaG11/02/2020 14:27

FYI: Uswitch is offering:£80 BT Reward Card £40 Marks & Spencer Voucher Q …FYI: Uswitch is offering:£80 BT Reward Card £40 Marks & Spencer Voucher Quidco: £120 cashback for BT Superfast 2 Broadband


Yes and broadband genie have similar deals. Already posted a couple of days ago
Edited by: "amoulden" 11th Feb
Take it out today and in less than two months pay more as they’re instantly increasing the cost
Does the £29.99 pm include the line rental?
I had a BT contract for £29.99. The shot the price up to £55 - no warning, no letter nothing.
I didn't realise until 1-year later.
B-steds!
Wouldn't touch them again...
DrBones11/02/2020 16:21

I had a BT contract for £29.99. The shot the price up to £55 - no warning, …I had a BT contract for £29.99. The shot the price up to £55 - no warning, no letter nothing.I didn't realise until 1-year later.B-steds!Wouldn't touch them again...


thats your fault to be fair you should check your contract and your bank account , i just renewed mine for £19.99 a month for fibre2
deanos11/02/2020 16:30

thats your fault to be fair you should check your contract and your bank …thats your fault to be fair you should check your contract and your bank account , i just renewed mine for £19.99 a month for fibre2


And many of us renewed ultra fast BB, under £20, I am on £11.99 monthly plan for 150 MBPS download and 30 MBPS upload.
Navj111/02/2020 16:58

And many of us renewed ultra fast BB, under £20, I am on £11.99 monthly p …And many of us renewed ultra fast BB, under £20, I am on £11.99 monthly plan for 150 MBPS download and 30 MBPS upload.


no ultrafast here unfortunately, that was a great deal
sparklehedgehog11/02/2020 14:35

Take it out today and in less than two months pay more as they’re i …Take it out today and in less than two months pay more as they’re instantly increasing the cost


In that case keep rewards cashback etc and leave to a new supplier, if a company changes price mid contract you can leave by law now.
Navj111/02/2020 16:58

And many of us renewed ultra fast BB, under £20, I am on £11.99 monthly p …And many of us renewed ultra fast BB, under £20, I am on £11.99 monthly plan for 150 MBPS download and 30 MBPS upload.


who are you with my contract just ended and i cant find any decent deals?
ye via cashback sites is the cheapest option but its hard to decipher what the best deal is cashback amount monthly cost speed length of contract its all doing me nut in almost went with bt super 2 for 30 a month with 175 cashback but 24 month contract put me off
b4dr111/02/2020 14:16

What's the speed? How long is the contract?The heading is very ambiguous


average speed.
the contract is 24 months!! 2 years.
Bt are awful.
koskesh13/02/2020 17:28

average speed.the contract is 24 months!! 2 years.Bt are awful.


Who would you suggest for fibre as I’m looking now
I am with BT already and my contract is expiring soon. This deal came up in my account to renew but doesn't offer cashback obviously. Is it best to cancel with them and then join that deal or phone them up to see what better price they can give me?
Amon14/02/2020 06:22

I am with BT already and my contract is expiring soon. This deal came up …I am with BT already and my contract is expiring soon. This deal came up in my account to renew but doesn't offer cashback obviously. Is it best to cancel with them and then join that deal or phone them up to see what better price they can give me?


just found 19£ a month virgin
JamRagJuice14/02/2020 11:55

just found 19£ a month virgin


Unfortunately, we can only get fibre with BT here as they own all the infrastructure!
Edited by: "Amon" 14th Feb
loop14/02/2020 06:01

Who would you suggest for fibre as I’m looking now


I'm looking into switching myself,I have BT fibre and my contract is just finished.they want to force 24 months contracts now no offers and even want £10 setup fee for renewal..and they charge me twice normal price this month because my contract is over so their "offer" also expired according to them, without giving any warning or such.
.I'm looking into EE & Sky.depending on cash back offers.and I'm looking to pay under £30 for 60Mbits unlimited.
Edited by: "koskesh" 14th Feb
koskesh14/02/2020 18:25

I'm looking into switching myself,I have BT fibre and my contract is just …I'm looking into switching myself,I have BT fibre and my contract is just finished.they want to force 24 months contracts now.I'm looking into EE & Sky.depending on cash back offers.and I'm looking to pay under £30 for 60Mbits unlimited.


Yes that’s what BT are offering new customers, £9.99 router charge, £29.99 a month for 2 years, 64mb downloads, £120 cashback approx.
loop14/02/2020 18:28

Yes that’s what BT are offering new customers, £9.99 router charge, £29.99 …Yes that’s what BT are offering new customers, £9.99 router charge, £29.99 a month for 2 years, 64mb downloads, £120 cashback approx.


should be £27,that's what I've been paying for the past 1.5 years and what they offer me again if I re-new.
but no cash back and not sure why they want £10 from me despite not sending a new router.
they are the only company forcing 24 month contract for home broadband.
koskesh14/02/2020 18:53

should be £27,that's what I've been paying for the past 1.5 years and what …should be £27,that's what I've been paying for the past 1.5 years and what they offer me again if I re-new.but no cash back and not sure why they want £10 from me despite not sending a new router.they are the only company forcing 24 month contract for home broadband.


Yes I agree the 2 years is ridiculous, a shame there aren't regulations enforcing 12 month contracts as maximum for all utilities.
You can get £24.99 for the 34mb speeds I think. Post office and Vodafone are cheaper. I'm with Sky already and want to move away from them as paying them too much already for TV.
£26.99 on Plusnet (owned by BT), 18 month contract and £75 cash back, no activation fee....
HawickBalls17/02/2020 19:19

£26.99 on Plusnet (owned by BT), 18 month contract and £75 cash back, no a …£26.99 on Plusnet (owned by BT), 18 month contract and £75 cash back, no activation fee....


It’s much slower than BT/Sky though. Had it for one year, never again.
@loop I guess everyone will have different experiences. And there are rules around how providers advertise speeds. I've not had any problems with Plusnet.
Sawb11/02/2020 20:58

In that case keep rewards cashback etc and leave to a new supplier, if a …In that case keep rewards cashback etc and leave to a new supplier, if a company changes price mid contract you can leave by law now.


Unfortunately, I think they can increase the price during the contract if it's in their T&C and they quantify when the increase happens and what inflation rate they use (CPI/RPI). You can leave if they increase the price unexpectedly or by more than the rate declared though. Check moneysavingexpert, or similar, for a proper explanation.
Metromary01/03/2020 18:07

Unfortunately, I think they can increase the price during the contract if …Unfortunately, I think they can increase the price during the contract if it's in their T&C and they quantify when the increase happens and what inflation rate they use (CPI/RPI). You can leave if they increase the price unexpectedly or by more than the rate declared though. Check moneysavingexpert, or similar, for a proper explanation.


Don't think so, many of us left bt a year or two ago cause they put price up, kept all rewards, almost got paid to have the service, they are meant to email you before price increase and let you know you are able to leave.
Sawb01/03/2020 18:10

Don't think so, many of us left bt a year or two ago cause they put price …Don't think so, many of us left bt a year or two ago cause they put price up, kept all rewards, almost got paid to have the service, they are meant to email you before price increase and let you know you are able to leave.


This is where I got the info about inflationary increases in the T&C....
moneysavingexpert.com/new…ch/

If it's not as per T&C's then you can leave penalty free from what I understand.
Metromary01/03/2020 18:22

This is where I got the info about inflationary increases in the …This is where I got the info about inflationary increases in the T&C....https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/2020/02/bt-to-raise-broadband-and-phone-prices-from-march/If it's not as per T&C's then you can leave penalty free from what I understand.


From ofcom "Changes to terms and conditions
Phone and broadband providers can change the terms of a contract so long as they provide a month's notice.

If your provider increases your monthly price beyond what you agreed when you signed up, it should:

(a) give you at least one month's notice of the price rise; and
(b) allow you to exit your contract without penalty if you choose to."
Sawb01/03/2020 20:16

From ofcom "Changes to terms and conditionsPhone and broadband providers …From ofcom "Changes to terms and conditionsPhone and broadband providers can change the terms of a contract so long as they provide a month's notice.If your provider increases your monthly price beyond what you agreed when you signed up, it should:(a) give you at least one month's notice of the price rise; and(b) allow you to exit your contract without penalty if you choose to."


So we agree then
Metromary01/03/2020 21:06

So we agree then


No? I think they mean what you agreed as in the exact price you signed up at. Bt increased the price by standard inflation, yet we could all leave and they emailed us to inform we could. Some company's "i think plusnet" brag about not putting the price up during contract, but it's simoly to avoid dealing with cancellations mid contract due to ofcom rules. Unless they have wound back the new rules slightly.
Can get this fo £22 from Vodafone with no set up or delivery
Not sure if OFCOM have wound back the rules or if broadband companies have made the increases more visible in T&C's to make a binding contract that's acceptable to them but I'll find out when my supplier increases my bill by CPI..

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Comes up at 39.99 for me?
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