BT Broadband Deal: Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls £29.99 per month (18mo - £9.99 router fee) PLUS £150 Reward Card + FREE BT Sport for 6 months (effective cost £22 per month) @ BT Broadband
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BT Broadband Deal: Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls £29.99 per month (18mo - £9.99 router fee) PLUS £150 Reward Card + FREE BT Sport for 6 months (effective cost £22 per month) @ BT Broadband

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Found 9th Mar
Another blinding Broadband offer from BT on the cards this morning!

This time around the rewards are much higher, with £150 reward card being offered against the Unlimited Infinity 1 Plan.

£29.99PM for 18 months = £539.82
+ £9.99 Router Fee = £549.81
- £150 Giftcard = £399.81 (£22.21 effective monthly cost)

Better yet, you'll get FREE BT Sport for 6 months also! If weekend calls just aren't enough for you chatterboxes, Unlimited
Evening and Weekend calls can be added for £4/month.



You can also get Unlimited Infinity 2 + Weekend calls for £39.99 a month for 18 months, with a £175 Gift Reward Card HERE
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Go via here for an extra £50 cheque too. Making it £19.44 a month. TCB @ £31.50 making it £17.69 a month as its broadband genie

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Is this for new customers?
Is there a sure and easy way to bag this, for an existing customer, who is soon out of contract?

Thanks in advance.
Don't forget you can get like £110 Topcashback too. I managed to get that to stack with the gift card last time meaning my effective cost was like £11 a month!
speedygonzalez1 m ago

Is there a sure and easy way to bag this, for an existing customer, who is …Is there a sure and easy way to bag this, for an existing customer, who is soon out of contract?Thanks in advance.


Leave and rejoin in someone else in your household's name? I don't think they'll give the reward card out to existing customers.
Currently on a infinity 1 contract (with 70mb download) that expired in Jan. Currently paying £34.95 inc line rental etc.

Virgin Media offering me Vivid50 with std tv package and line rental for £29pm with no install/activation fee and £50 account credit.

Should I take the VM offer or stay on my current package?
Why can't they just discount the £150 of the total cost !
Upfront cost changes to £59.99 if you add the “free” BT Sports for six months option.
KiNG16 m ago

Why can't they just discount the £150 of the total cost !



proabaly because they get the gift card for £149, which is a decent saving for them if 200,000 people pulled in by this offer.

Don't forget folks this is the company that has literally stolen billions out of the uk economy this last decade, taking line rental up by 100% despite areal time cost cutting of %20
Thanks
KiNG37 m ago

Why can't they just discount the £150 of the total cost !


Marketing. The dumb Joe Public will fall over themselves to buy a product discounted from say £40 to £20, but will think "meh" to the same product sold at a standard price of £20.
As a existing by fibre customer out of contract end of this month, could I take this offer under some else's name in the house to take advantage of the offer and keep the same line land number?
I am with Virgin and considering moving to this deal.My contract ends on 21/4 and Virgin said the earliest I can give them 30 days notice to leave is on 22/3. When should I contact BT and when can I move from Virgin without early termination penalty?Do I need to wait till 21/4?
lord_trumpington1 h, 14 m ago

Currently on a infinity 1 contract (with 70mb download) that expired in …Currently on a infinity 1 contract (with 70mb download) that expired in Jan. Currently paying £34.95 inc line rental etc. Virgin Media offering me Vivid50 with std tv package and line rental for £29pm with no install/activation fee and £50 account credit. Should I take the VM offer or stay on my current package?


Try getting it even cheaper with VM and quote this deal
sam19701 h, 18 m ago

I am with Virgin and considering moving to this deal.My contract ends on …I am with Virgin and considering moving to this deal.My contract ends on 21/4 and Virgin said the earliest I can give them 30 days notice to leave is on 22/3. When should I contact BT and when can I move from Virgin without early termination penalty?Do I need to wait till 21/4?


If your a gamer i would stay with BT, if not then you will get better download speeds with virgin but you will also get there new SH3 whitch is total sh*t.
Edited by: "garybb" 9th Mar
I left BT Infinity 2 last December and signed up for Vodafone 76mb Fibre.....best move i ever did, no more drop outs and i have found the router to be just as good. For £25 inc line rental no brainer.
KiNG2 h, 1 m ago

As a existing by fibre customer out of contract end of this month, could I …As a existing by fibre customer out of contract end of this month, could I take this offer under some else's name in the house to take advantage of the offer and keep the same line land number?


I'm not sure if this will work, but you can give it a try. I attempted to get a deal when I came to the end of my BT contract and they offered me a discount of £4 per month to sign up for another 18 months. Yup, that's a whole £4... I've moved to Plusnet fibre which was less than half the price of the discounted BT package and kept the same number, six months in and the performance is great with no issues. Remember that you own the phone number, not the provider. Don't be afraid to switch, it's super easy and can bag you some big discounts.
Edited by: "MadMarco" 9th Mar
madfrankie1 h, 22 m ago

I left BT Infinity 2 last December and signed up for Vodafone 76mb …I left BT Infinity 2 last December and signed up for Vodafone 76mb Fibre.....best move i ever did, no more drop outs and i have found the router to be just as good. For £25 inc line rental no brainer.


Not considered Vodafone, may take a look at that. I am hesitant to jump ship from BT just yet as everyone where I live is jumping ship to Virgin Media (they've just cabled up in my area), so I am thinking a drop in subscribers lessen the data load on the fibre and improve the service. I've never had a problem with their upload/download speeds (which consistently return 70down /18 up). Its the reliability of the service that is frustraing.....we have drop outs almost daily
Will BT pay early termination cheers on top of all of this? I only have a couple of weeks left with Sky broadband so it shouldn't matter too much if they don't.
Seems like Quidco takes you through to the correct link, offering £130 cashback & £150 reward card for £29.99 per month with £59.99 setup inc BT Sport, which is a pretty good deal. Only issue is I don't really trust Quidco for the cashback and I definitely don't trust Quidco and BT combined.

Will wait and see if any of the Topcashback links update in a few days time to take you through to the £29.99 deal.
Just left BT on 8/3 after two hellish years, problems galore when joining (only joined because of cashback and use of hotspots when travelling) ... Will never go back, their call centres are a misery to ring, too many drop outs, Informed them I wanted to leave and they offered to drop bill by almost 30% .... Not enough, needed to be about 50% I reckon for the hassle!
Ordered this last week when the reward was £110. Tempted to cancel and reorder this.
I'm coming from virgin 300mb. Just need to decide if the 76mb is worth it over the 52mb.
52mb i would go for, bt give me a free boost to 76mb anyhow
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If your not interested in BT sport then this is quite a good deal. However if you want the sport on sky it’s going to get expensive after month 6 especially if you want to watch it in HD.
Quidco Link is currently 29.99. TCB link for Infinity 1 Broadband and calls is currently 35.99 a month

Classed as a new BT customer after 1 Month of ceasing to be a BT customer.
I get £35.99 per month via both Quidco and TCB links (clearing cache in between). Has the lower monthly price with Quidco finished?
This is landing page I get via Quidco

productsandservices.bt.com/bro…e74


Unlimited Infinity


£150 BT Reward Card i
Offer ends 5d 12hr 34m 25s
£29 .99 a month

18 months

Includes BT line rental

Price after 18 months £41.99
Edited by: "bristolleedsfan" 10th Mar
7Rebel17 m ago

If you click through this link: …If you click through this link: https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/broadband/deals/packages-a/?aff=cable&s_cid=con_cic_aff_affwin_vidAJM_broadband&vendorid=AJM&utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=Affiliate_53493&awc=3041_1520684803_495b9d031f40944c8d2bc3baa5ff083fThere is an extra £50 cheque on top of the £150 MasterCard.



Interesting to see what else is on offer, Quidco Cashback offers beat 50.00 Cheque

quidco.com/bt-…-MS
My current account ends in May...can it be pre orered now as a new customer to begin in May ?
7Rebel3 h, 1 m ago

If you click through this link: …If you click through this link: https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/broadband/deals/packages-a/?aff=cable&s_cid=con_cic_aff_affwin_vidAJM_broadband&vendorid=AJM&utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=Affiliate_53493&awc=3041_1520684803_495b9d031f40944c8d2bc3baa5ff083fThere is an extra £50 cheque on top of the £150 MasterCard.


Could you use tcb as well?
KiNG2 h, 5 m ago

Could you use tcb as well?

I used quidco last week and it has tracked at £80. I had to paste the link into the quidco page.
Will have to wait and see if it pays.
Still undecided if I should cancel my original order of £110 and go with this.
Is it worth the hassle for an extra £40
Someone have this issue, going via quidco and tcb, but the price goes up to £35.99 per month instead of £29.99 as stated here.
7Rebel1 h, 59 m ago

I used quidco last week and it has tracked at £80. I had to paste the link …I used quidco last week and it has tracked at £80. I had to paste the link into the quidco page.Will have to wait and see if it pays. Still undecided if I should cancel my original order of £110 and go with this.Is it worth the hassle for an extra £40


I think so yes £40 is a fair bit of money
Now to decide to whether go with sky or bt. With sky they can offer me the 76mb for £30 or do I stick with bt 52mb.
7Rebel31 m ago

Now to decide to whether go with sky or bt. With sky they can offer me the …Now to decide to whether go with sky or bt. With sky they can offer me the 76mb for £30 or do I stick with bt 52mb.


sky router was awful compared to the smart hub
7Rebel10th Mar

Now to decide to whether go with sky or bt. With sky they can offer me the …Now to decide to whether go with sky or bt. With sky they can offer me the 76mb for £30 or do I stick with bt 52mb.


Bt as millions of hotspots that's one of the reasons why I'm still on here!
Just trying to decide if 52mb is enough. Since bt has stated my minimum speed will be 40 on 52mb and 76mb. Therefore is it worth an extra £10 to be on 76mb.
I've just left virgin(Been there since blueyonder/etc) after 20 years and went with BT so far its been rock solid. As a gamer i can say its butter smooth but only time will tell.
garybb2 h, 32 m ago

I've just left virgin(Been there since blueyonder/etc) after 20 years and …I've just left virgin(Been there since blueyonder/etc) after 20 years and went with BT so far its been rock solid. As a gamer i can say its butter smooth but only time will tell.



can i asked if you went with infinity 1 or 2?
7Rebel15 m ago

can i asked if you went with infinity 1 or 2?


I went with infinity 2
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