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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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 Aug 2017Edited by:"Anon32"

  • Available to: 83% of UK
  • Speed: Up to 52Mb
  • Download limit: Unlimited
  • Traffic shaping? No
  • Contract length: 12 months
  • Deal requires line rental? Yes
  • Inclusive calls? Weekend
  • New line installation: Free

New BT broadband customers can apply via this BT link*from the early hours of Wed 16 Aug until Thu 24 Aug to get get a one-year contract for line rent & up-to-52Mb speed unlimited broadband (up to 3x faster than standard).

It's available to 83% of the UK. It depends on your postcode - you're told when applying (Broadband checker only shows deals available in your postcode).

You pay normal BT line rental, currently £18.99/mth. Weekend calls to UK landlines included.Discounted fibre, £9/mth for the year. A huge discount on the standard £28.50/mth.£9.99 set-up, usually £59.99. Again, a big discount on standard costs.Get £150 on a prepaid Mastercard that you MUST claim. Annoyingly, as BT won't remind you, diarise to use this Mastercard claim link within three months of activation (takes up to 45 days after). - Cost analysis: It's cheaper than lots of standard speed deals, even though you get MUCH faster fibre. You pay £345.87 over the year before calls. But claim and use the Mastercard (which is as good as cash in most places) and it's a net cost of £195.87, equiv to £16.32/mth.

Also get £110 tcb if it pays out making it just shy of £7 a month also bt sport free for the year! Got to be a good deal even if you hate BT

- Anything else? You get 100GB of free online storage, and you can opt in to BT Sport free for a year. If you stay with BT afterwards, you'll pay £7/mth. Also, cashback site users may see bigger cashback elsewhere, but sometimes on different deals.
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  • provider/ monthly cost/ one-off installation cost/ reward/ cashback/ effective cost over 12 months
  • tcb/ £31.99/ £59.99/ £150.00/ £110.00/ £183.87
  • quidco/ £31.99/ £59.99/ £150.00/ £90.00/ £203.87
  • mse/ £27.99/ £9.99/ £150.00/ £0.00/ £195.87

Anyone wishing to take a risk could go with TCB . Also pay off 12 months line rental in advance and save further money on this deal

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flopstocks19 m ago

I would be interested in finding out about this too

1. Click through from top cashback website after clearing your cookies. They'll take you to a URL like this below.

productsandservices.bt.com/pro…nd/?s_cid=xxx&vendorid=xxx=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=Affiliate&awc=xxx=xxx

Notice the different prices! (See attached image)

[Note I have removed tracking detail so people don't lock the link]

2. Next replace the first part of the URL (highlight in bold above)

With a direct link to the MSE discounted special offer page in the browser while keeping the rest of the stuff start with the ?

productsandservices.bt.com/pro…tml?s_cid=xxx&vendorid=xxx=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=Affiliate&awc=xxx=xxx

You will see the new lower price for the exact same deal.

3. Wait for cashback to track and confirm. Request the MasterCard after install.

That's £7.16 a month after cashback if you get everything.

Good luck. Mine is a pint!

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Edited by: "leedslad83" 16th Aug 2017
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cold price should include the cost of the line rental
mmachine1 m ago

cold price should include the cost of the line rental


Thats including line rental
Anon323 m ago

Thats including line rental



but do you still have to pay+ £59.99 up front fees 12 month contract
The gift card offer ends today apparently on the t and c
This is a great deal.
Where did you get £150.00 card it shows £80
Yea it's confusing... It is only £80 cash back and there is a £59.99 installation fee, unless you have inside information and this will only show up tomorrow. Can you confirm this?
Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 15th Aug 2017
The post says this starts at midnight tonight.......
Quidco gives you £135 cashback
BeerGoggles3 m ago

Yea it's confusing... It is only £80 cash back and there is a £59.99 i …Yea it's confusing... It is only £80 cash back and there is a £59.99 installation fee, unless you have inside information and this will only show up tomorrow. Can you confirm this?


It's from moneysavingexpert, so I'd say it will happen.

moneysavingexpert.com/pho…and
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 15th Aug 2017
As much as I hate to say it BT are pretty hard to beat at the moment especially if you take on bundles, for example.

£8.99 unlimited calls
£31 unlimited 52Mbps fibre bb (Inc line rental)

I've got 3 sim only mobiles from them too

4Gb data, unlimited minutes & texts £25 per month for ALL 3 lines.

So I've got FTTC 52mbps and 3 mobiles for £65 a month along with unlimited calls on the landline too.

Amazing value plus the extras like 100gb could storage, parental controls (if you use them), anti virus etc.

It's pretty tough to beat imho
So at the moment I have the fibre box in the front room and a normal telephone socket in the back room. Would the back room socket need to be converted into a fibre connection port and would the engineer be able to sort this for the £9,99? Currently running my fibre through plug connection T-Link socket but I would like a better more reliable connect. Any advice appreciated.

This looks a very good deal.
The free 12 months BT Sport, do I watch it on their website or BT TV?
I signed up today , for £80
This going to be available to existing customers with fibre or just new ones?
I bet it isn't available to existing customers our contract is up on the 21st of this month and they would only take £2 off of our current price if we chose too stay! Told us the better prices are for new customers so I'll leave them this year and go cheaper elsewhere and go back next!
Still waiting for my get out of contract for free letter from virgin before I can move again as have only been with them since April
BT are excellent... highly recommended over crappy Virgin (which dropped connection constantly with countless calls to support to fix) - have never had to ring BT, not even once
adam__baines1 h, 37 m ago

I signed up today , for £80



theres very little difference in cost if you also had tried for cashback from tcb/quidco.

not sure its possible to get tcb/quidco on this deal using mse link.
wendy073 m ago

theres very little difference in cost if you also had tried for cashback …theres very little difference in cost if you also had tried for cashback from tcb/quidco. not sure its possible to get tcb/quidco on this deal using mse link.

Mse route is better as per me. Confirmed upfront savings whereas tcb will always be a bonus,.. Risk involved in tcb
Edited by: "Airwind" 16th Aug 2017
m1chaels4 h, 14 m ago

Still waiting for my get out of contract for free letter from virgin …Still waiting for my get out of contract for free letter from virgin before I can move again as have only been with them since April

You don't need to physically get the letter. Call customer service and ask is it true that the price is going up from November? Once they confirm give 30 days notice on the same call.
Edited by: "AstalaVista" 16th Aug 2017
Any idea why this is cold? Either going to get this or the Vodafone offer today
mmachine9 h, 24 m ago

but do you still have to pay+ £59.99 up front fees 12 month contract


How do you add bt sports for free? It's showing S £10 per month or £7 for the app.
Bt sport is only free for 3 months
Well I've gone with this one. I assume the temp is due to the links not correctly going to the offer. Go via the link on MSE to get the deal.
ACJMY2K19 m ago

Bt sport is only free for 3 months


The title says it's free for £12. Only app is free for 3 months
Cold. Does not include BT Sport or set up, total cost is £444, £37pm.
drewmon9019 m ago

Cold. Does not include BT Sport or set up, total cost is £444, £37pm.

Have you gone through the MSE link?
Currently with sky but they won't match any of the current offers for line rental and BB. The EE offer looked good but this is even better, and it's only a 12 month contract.
Edited by: "GB99" 16th Aug 2017
so whats the costs when the 12mth is over. unless there is another offer to jump to , it may end up being costly...any ideas? I want to upgrade to fibre eventually, maybe this year
pavthebeast1 h, 38 m ago

The title says it's free for £12. Only app is free for 3 months


it's not free for 12 months though, it's either free for 3 months then £7p/m for the remaining 9 months if you watch on the app, or it's £10 p/m to watch on your sky box, or it's £3.50p/m if you get the BT TV box.

Maybe I'm missing something, but I cannot see anywhere where the sport is free for 12 months?
Some nice deals around, I wish I could actually get fibre in my area, the max I can get is about 8Mbps, so there is no competition to Virgin Media...
Grabbed a similar deal past 2 years around October / November with BT infinity 1. Each year we cancel and eBay the router to scrape back the £60 exit fee. Join back up as new customer under wife's name. Quidco paid out £190 as I took fibre and a £5 a month sim. Paid line rental upfront and once I got the £150 MasterCard, I put all the money into the BT account. 9-10 months later, I am about to pay my first direct debit.
frozencake10 h, 6 m ago

BT are excellent... highly recommended over crappy Virgin (which dropped …BT are excellent... highly recommended over crappy Virgin (which dropped connection constantly with countless calls to support to fix) - have never had to ring BT, not even once


You're a lucky one then, I've had nothing but problems with BT over the last 3 years. Wasted hours of my life on the phone to them trying to get problems sorted. Latest one, renewed contract in April. Was going to cancel my TV package but chappy persuaded me by saying I'd get BT Sport free for 12 months. Switched on at the start of the month to watch MotoGP only to find they'd cancelled my BT Sport. Apparently it stopped being free on 31st July. No notification what so ever. They don't seem to understand that I'm within my rights to cancel my contract if they change the contract.

I've had 3 different people telling me different stories on the phone....Yet another case had been raised using Resolver.
Following the link at the top of the post I'm not seeing this deal at all!! Takes me to a 12 month deal at £31.99 plus a setup cost of £59.99 which comes to £443.87. Take the £150 MasterCard off that and it comes to £293.87 which is £24.49 a month. What is it that I'm missing that all of you seem to be seeing?
What am i missing looks like 12 months free sport finished yesterday ?
gmycybaym4 m ago

Following the link at the top of the post I'm not seeing this deal at …Following the link at the top of the post I'm not seeing this deal at all!! Takes me to a 12 month deal at £31.99 plus a setup cost of £59.99 which comes to £443.87. Take the £150 MasterCard off that and it comes to £293.87 which is £24.49 a month. What is it that I'm missing that all of you seem to be seeing?

i went through money saving expert direct
ACJMY2K1 h, 20 m ago

it's not free for 12 months though, it's either free for 3 months then …it's not free for 12 months though, it's either free for 3 months then £7p/m for the remaining 9 months if you watch on the app, or it's £10 p/m to watch on your sky box, or it's £3.50p/m if you get the BT TV box.Maybe I'm missing something, but I cannot see anywhere where the sport is free for 12 months?

looks like it ended yesterday
ms01ma9 m ago

i went through money saving expert direct


Gotcha, thanks seeing it now.
swiftez13 h, 38 m ago

The free 12 months BT Sport, do I watch it on their website or BT TV?



If it helps, you can watch on the app (phone/tablet) and cast it to something like google chromecast on your tv.
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