BT Broadband  - Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls ZERO Activation, £28.99PM (£9.99 Delivery fee) + £150 Giftcard!  / Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls £39.99PM with £175 reward Card (18 Month Contract)  @ BT
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BT Broadband - Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls ZERO Activation, £28.99PM (£9.99 Delivery fee) + £150 Giftcard! / Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls £39.99PM with £175 reward Card (18 Month Contract) @ BT

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Got the heads up on some fantastic offers starting tomorrow from BT. These are only running for a few days so be sure not to miss them if you are interested.

Their offers are pretty frequent, but had a quick look and these seem to be better than the Black Friday offers last year, so worth a look, right?

1. Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls - £28.99PM - 18mo - £9.99 fee - £150 Reward Card

£28.99 x 18 + £9.99 / 18 - £150 Reward = £21.21 effective monthly cost


2. Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls - £39.99 - 18mo - £9.99 fee - £175 Reward Card.

£39.99 x 18 + £9.99 / 18 - £175 Reward = £30.82 effective monthly cost

Offers expire 22nd March 23:59pm

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Unlimited Evening and Weekend calls can be added for £4/month
- Unlimited Anytime Calls can be added for £7.50/month (reduced from £9.50)
- Starter + BT Sport is £0 for 6 months, then £3.50 (plus £50 activation fee, capped at £70 total)
- Entertainment will be £10 (£20 activation fee) – free BT Sport can be added for 6 months
- Max will be £22 (£10 activation fee)
- Classic will be £6 (£30 activation)
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Different routes into the BT website show different base prices, activation prices and giftcards all at the same time. Go through Quidco or TopCashback and you can see different prices to those when you go direct or from MSE etc. You need your wits about you to spot this - Infinity 1 Unlimited can appear as £28.99, £29.99 or £35.99 per month, activation as £9.99 or £59.99!

Just be clear which offer (giftcard/cheque/Cashback) you are signing up for at what price and take screen shots/prints of each stage - giftcards and cheques don't seem to appear on your order confirmation (on screen or on the email, or in your account) once you have clicked through the offer, so you have no record what you signed up for. It doesn't even show in the Reward Claim section of their site (once you claim it sends you an email and text confirming what you claimed!), and cheques are claimed from another form.
Edited by: "Anon" 20th Mar
spammy20 m ago

I've been staring at that post for the last 20 minutes and still not been …I've been staring at that post for the last 20 minutes and still not been able to figure out which bit to replace and from where. Has something been lost in formatting?


It points you directly to the comment, so nothing has been formatted

To help understand, let me try and explain - keeping it simple:
Would suggest to use two seperate browsers (example Chrome and Firefox)

First in TCB, click the link and go to the BT website (you will get a link, which has a question mark in it).
If we were to consider the section before ? as 1 and the one after as 2 then the link will be (1?2)

Now in the other browser open OPs link. It will also have a question mark (lets say this link will be 3).

Now take the '3' part and put in place of '1' in the TCB link. Press enter.

You should now see the OPs price in the TCB browser. Then continue as usual and buy from the TCB browser.


Hope that makes things simple. All the best.
Edited by: "AstalaVista" 20th Mar
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Any free BT sport or HD with this?
I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.
Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?

Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question
Edited by: "defgimp" 19th Mar
I got this last year in August when it was £27.99 with the same delivery and reward card. Then the speed got upgraded to 78mb for free! Still a great deal at £28.99.
I have been waiting for this as I have given virgin my notice and was looking for an alternative. I knew a new offer will come tomorrow as their current offer with £125 gift card for infinity 1 will expire tonight
Edited by: "sam1970" 19th Mar
defgimp4 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question


In the same position. I would imagine you need to actually leave them. But if you sign up under different name, email & billing details I don't see why not.

Probably worth mentioning Topcashback, I bet you'll get up to £85 on that as well.
Can you get Quidco or tcb with this deal? Or you will get higher monthly rent if you go through cashback site?
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defgimp11 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question


No need to leave. Call them and say you want to leave and negotiate. I’ve been a BT customer for years, I stay for the sport. Im paying sub £30 for Infinity 2 for 18 months includes BT Sport in HD. If your not happy with the offer hang up and try again.
I went from virgin to BT. Very happy. Got £125card and quidco cash back.
sam197010 m ago

Can you get Quidco or tcb with this deal? Or you will get higher monthly …Can you get Quidco or tcb with this deal? Or you will get higher monthly rent if you go through cashback site?


I successfully got both last May. Looking to sign up again under partner's name!
ali198618 m ago

I got this last year in August when it was £27.99 with the same delivery …I got this last year in August when it was £27.99 with the same delivery and reward card. Then the speed got upgraded to 78mb for free! Still a great deal at £28.99.



how did you get a speed update for free?
revdesol6 m ago

how did you get a speed update for free?


They upgraded most users for free last year

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defgimp36 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question


I spoke to them few days ago and yes she can but you can't keep the same phone number apparently. They also said to make sure the start date of your new contract is the day after your current contract expires.
Nobull52 m ago

In the same position. I would imagine you need to actually leave them. But …In the same position. I would imagine you need to actually leave them. But if you sign up under different name, email & billing details I don't see why not. Probably worth mentioning Topcashback, I bet you'll get up to £85 on that as well.


When you say billing details you mean another bank account? What about the house address?
ali19861 h, 0 m ago

I got this last year in August when it was £27.99 with the same delivery …I got this last year in August when it was £27.99 with the same delivery and reward card. Then the speed got upgraded to 78mb for free! Still a great deal at £28.99.


Are you happy with the speed ?
xx_stud_xx8 m ago

When you say billing details you mean another bank account? What about the …When you say billing details you mean another bank account? What about the house address?


House address will need to be the same as it is a physical phoneline to the house .
canaryruss30 m ago

I spoke to them few days ago and yes she can but you can't keep the same …I spoke to them few days ago and yes she can but you can't keep the same phone number apparently. They also said to make sure the start date of your new contract is the day after your current contract expires.


Could you do a number transfer?
defgimp1 h, 13 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question


Without any problem.

You ending your contract, some else getting a new one (wife, kid, brother, whatever...).

I did that last year with in my house, will do the same this year probably.. (or not if they won't bring back 12 months contracts).
Just advice here. If you wish to save on your monthly bills i.e. Broadband without paying your line rental ask BT/BT Wholesale/BT Global/TalkTalk/Zen/Daisy or Etanet about their SOGEA services. Not sure of pricing but they may work out better for those looking for call free plans.
Im already with BT mobile, so not sure if I could get this?. Any links to the qualifying criteria and T&C's for the giftcards? I did look sorry but couldn't find them
DCFC7939 m ago

Are you happy with the speed ?


Very happy
Just gave notice to leave BT. Absolute shambles. Gave benefit of doubt when signing up too, despite a lot of negativity. Don't do it..
Anon43 m ago

Could you do a number transfer?


According to the BT representative I spoke to, not to the same provider. If you were going to sky, talk talk etc. It would be ok but not to the same company.
Damnit, I’m not cancelling my BT order again. When I 1st signed up the reward was £110 plus an extra £50 cheque at 29.99 per month. Then they upped the reward to £150 + £50 at 29.99 so I cancelled and rejoined. Now they do this offer at 28.99 with same reward card.
Decision decision decision...............must resist from cancelling again. 🙈

O heat btw
Edited by: "7Rebel" 19th Mar
7Rebel2 m ago

Damnit, I’m not cancelling my BT order again. When I 1st signed up the r …Damnit, I’m not cancelling my BT order again. When I 1st signed up the reward was £110 plus an extra £50 cheque at 29.99 per month. Then they upped the reward to £150 + £50 at 29.99 so I cancelled and rejoined. Now they do this offer at 28.99 with same reward card.Decision decision decision...............must resist from cancelling again. 🙈O heat btw


But your deal with the£50 is better!
sid777752 m ago

I thought this was better …I thought this was better ....https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/broadband/deals/packages-a/?cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-47868-_-Pepper+Deals+Ltd-_-1&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=47868&utm_campaign=Pepper+Deals+Ltd&awc=273_1521490794_c6b5658660d16e8439dd4760ce44d47e


125 + 50, so sounds it. Anyone see why not?

EDIT: ah it's a quid extra, so not much in it.
Edited by: "spammy" 19th Mar
sam197014 m ago

But your deal with the£50 is better!


Thats true as long they pay the £50.
Edited by: "7Rebel" 19th Mar
DON'T FORGET QUIDCO.
defgimp2 h, 14 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question


Yes I have just done this, but you need to cancel your contract and have them start a new one. It is ok if they overlap, just say you are moving out immediately
sam19702 h, 17 m ago

Can you get Quidco or tcb with this deal? Or you will get higher monthly …Can you get Quidco or tcb with this deal? Or you will get higher monthly rent if you go through cashback site?


Looks like £95 Quidco cash back. I got a deal in January which included £80 Quidco payout no problem. Also £125 card from BT.
I ordered BT two months ago and it's still not been activated. Ironically, theyre supposed to be the fastest broadband. Their customer service is the worst so I definitely wouldn't recommend.
Edited by: "artanid" 19th Mar
Does this include line rental?
artanid33 m ago

I ordered BT two months ago and it's still not been activated. Ironically, …I ordered BT two months ago and it's still not been activated. Ironically, theyre supposed to be the fastest broadband. Their customer service is the worst so I definitely wouldn't recommend.



only two? i ordered it THREE months ago and still waiting lol.
derrymilk12 m ago

Does this include line rental?


Yes, they have to now following a rule change last year.
Sorry, silly question.. I’m currently with Virgin and have broadband only. It’s one cable that’s fed from the footpath outside my house. We’ve recently had driveway done and that cable is now under the new blocks all neat and hidden.

What’s the crack with BT broadband? Do they use the same cable or would they need to feed another into the house? We don’t currently have phone line either so would that be issue? I just don’t want another load of cables running down new drive (1st world problems eh?)
I'm almost certain they (BT) will have their own cables they will use.
Virgin and BT are different networks - only Virgin use the Virgin network, while all the others use the BT/Openreach Network.
defgimp4 h, 20 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question


Always worth shopping around. The £150/£175 gift card will be for new customers who sign up online. You can however get 76mbps fibre from Vodafone for £26 a month or 34mbps fibre from Vodafone for £20 a month.

Call BT and say that you want a great deal or else you are well within your right to leave, and take out a contract with another provider
Can the reward card be used towards paying the bill?
defgimp10 h, 57 m ago

I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be a …I’m already with BT but just about out of contract.Pretty sure I won’t be able to sign up to this as not a new customer, would my other half be able to sign up as a new customer and still be able to “switch” over from my account, if that makes sense?Was thinking of going back to EE but hadn’t really looked, this offer just sort of gave me a prod to do something/ask the question



Been there, done that, collected the cashback and got the new customer price. And don't forget that BT will probably raise the price end of 2018 so think about switching to Sky during the Black Friday sale; cancel the switch if BT doesn't raise their price thus denying you the opportunity to get out of the contract. Or if BT itself has a better price at that time than what you will pay in this sale, sign up your better half as a new customer assuming s/he hasn't been a BT customer for the previous 12 months.

Between the 2 people in our household, we play the switch ping pong between BT, Sky and Plusnet using the fact that they all raise prices at different times during the year. And if the price hike doesn't happen but the existing provider has a better sale then, we switch to the other person checking to see previous customer status.
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