BT Fibre Infinity 1 Unlimited - Up to 52mb - 12m Contract - TCB/Offer/Mastercard = £357.87  (£147.87 total after cashback)
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BT Fibre Infinity 1 Unlimited - Up to 52mb - 12m Contract - TCB/Offer/Mastercard = £357.87 (£147.87 total after cashback)

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Found 27th May 2017
After recently missing out on the previous TCB cashback BT fibre deal, I discovered this next one lined up was even better.

BT are currently running a "no activation fee" promo which takes 59.99 upfront costs away.

TCB offering £110 cashback on infinity/calls package.

And because TCB mention the '£100 mastercard' in the promotion on their own page, then they must honour that too.

9.99 delivery charge on the router. 28.99 a month if you use the link from TCB (I think BT's own links routes you to a higher price).

28.99x12 = 347.88
+9.99 = 357.87

357.88 - £110 (tcb) - £100 (mstrcrd) = 147.87.

General concensus is to allow TCB to track and confirm before applying for mastercard from BT.
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TCB and BT? This is gonna go cold....
Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.
The Starter TV package works out even cheaper as there is no extra monthly cost to add it.

28.99 x 12 = 347.88
+ 19.99 = 367.87

367.87 - £125 (TCB) - £100 (Reward) = £142.87

Plus, you'll get BT's standard YouView box along with the extra TV channels.
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m1chaels

TCB and BT? This is gonna go cold....



It's worked fine for me in the past! Although the last offer I got through moneysavingexpert took a LOT of emails to retentions for them to actually send it. Was a PITA for sure.
They will wriggle out of paying cashback!
Sedgefield

They will wriggle out of paying cashback!


Mine is currently pending. Connection due mid June. How do they wriggle out? I must admit I avoid TCB because of the feedback on here but my only other payout worked no problems.
Heat from me. TCB state you'd get both...
Sky up for renewal so this looks good- can you use the Mastercard to credit your account and reduce/delay direct debits?
Just gone for it
happymanuk

Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin … Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.



How did you get that?
randomandy2 m ago

How did you get that?


A referral only deal (You can't post asking for referrals on the forum by the way).
happymanuk

Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin … Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.



Be careful
happymanuk

Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin … Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.


I went for the referral 10.82 per month virgin deal, have to say i was shocked when the installer guy turned up and asked me where he should run the coax to for the tv box. I couldn't beleive that haven't moved to ip technology yet. So I now have a 6 tuner tivo box sitting next to the front door miles from any tv.
AVOID TCB

I got the last deal with BT and TCB refused to pay out saying they weren't the last referral- even though I went through their site and no other site.

seriously AVOID
happymanuk

Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin … Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.



​ interested too on how you got this as just started the process of leaving sky and want to move to virgin
irishbeta

​ interested too on how you got this as just started the process of l … ​ interested too on how you got this as just started the process of leaving sky and want to move to virgin



​I'm interested too
happymanuk

A referral only deal (You can't post asking for referrals on the forum … A referral only deal (You can't post asking for referrals on the forum by the way).



Would be interested in this
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In fairness, even without the TCB reward, the removal of the 59.99 upfront charge and £100 mastercard cashback makes it a very good deal!
Seems like a decent deal to me, I never have problems with TCB tracking but yeah not a bad deal even without that. Think I'm gonna add total entertainment though as I need a PVR and seems worth it for the YouView+ Ultra HD box.
Cold for the mention of No cash back.
happymanuk

Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin … Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.



Where is this £16 Virgin deal? As I can't seem to find it.
So how do BT get the cable to your house (dig up garden? How deep wide the trench?). Then will they leave the router at the point it enters the house? You see I like wired Ethernet to my PCs and they are 15m away from where current BT phone line enters house.
Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 28th May 2017
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Meathotukdeals

So how do BT get the cable to your house (dig up garden?). Then will they … So how do BT get the cable to your house (dig up garden?). Then will they leave the router at the point it enters the house? You see I like wired Ethernet to my PCs and they are 15m away from where current BT phone line enters house.



BT uses FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet) at the moment. From the main telephone exhange in your town, to the green cabinet near your house, is fibre cable. At this stage it's MUCH faster than copper.

However, from the cabinet to your house it's your old normal copper cables. Same you've utilised for ADSL, and even Dial up.

With this in mind, the connection still enters your house at the BT master socket, as it always has done.

Routing ethernet to your computer (15m away) I'd recommend using a 'powerline adapter', which have always been brilliant for me, or just run a long cat6e cable to where you need it.

Hope this answers your queries !
Tonk3h

BT uses FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet) at the moment. From the main … BT uses FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet) at the moment. From the main telephone exhange in your town, to the green cabinet near your house, is fibre cable. At this stage it's MUCH faster than copper.However, from the cabinet to your house it's your old normal copper cables. Same you've utilised for ADSL, and even Dial up.With this in mind, the connection still enters your house at the BT master socket, as it always has done.Routing ethernet to your computer (15m away) I'd recommend using a 'powerline adapter', which have always been brilliant for me, or just run a long cat6e cable to where you need it.Hope this answers your queries !


Yeah thanks. Wasn't keen on having my borders attacked and then going wireless upstairs. Now I know better
It's BT, absolutely freezing. I will never ever go back
So its not obvious - what is a new customer? We have BT as our phone supplier in one of our names already.
rsboden

AVOID TCB I got the last deal with BT and TCB refused to pay out saying … AVOID TCB I got the last deal with BT and TCB refused to pay out saying they weren't the last referral- even though I went through their site and no other site.seriously AVOID



i bought a £1300 gas fryer from nisbets using TCB,they refused to pay stated £30+ cashback.. gave me excuse of "nisbets declined the cashback". More like TCB declined the cashback themselves. I suspect TCB does pay small amounts of cashback but comes up with excuses for any large amount
rsboden

AVOID TCB I got the last deal with BT and TCB refused to pay out saying … AVOID TCB I got the last deal with BT and TCB refused to pay out saying they weren't the last referral- even though I went through their site and no other site.seriously AVOID


I got this for my dad back in January and TCB paid out with no problem plus the £150 prepaid card arrived promptly. I've never had an issue with TCB myself (much better than other cashback sites).
Couple of comments as I'm tempted & can get out of my Plusnet contract due to their price increases.

If you take the "free" TV starter pack it appears that you are committing to paying for BT Sport from 1st August.

I can't find anywhere in the order customisation to select line rental saver.

As for TCB, I've had very few problems. Last time I took a BT offer through them it actually paid out higher than advertised & the Mastercard arrived promptly too.
Edited by: "rbz5416" 28th May 2017
price listed shouldnt include cashback and credit card. misleasing as cashback is not guaranteed. Cold for that reason alone.
About the the same cashback at quidco if people trust them more, though I've had large cashback payouts from TCB fine.

Edit - oh, read it wrong, a fair bit less.
Edited by: "Mark43" 28th May 2017
happymanuk

Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin … Great deal if you can't get Virgin Media in your area. Otherwise Virgin Media for 100Mbps Broadband, Phone Line with weekend calls and line rental, and Player TV bundle with TiVo box for around under £16 per month cannot be beaten. I'm very satisfied indeed with their service and speeds.



​Where can I find a link to this virginity deal please.
£70 with Quidco - I've signed up through them rather than TCB, you get the same deal from BT with both
Went for this deal thanks cash back is tracked at the moment.
I would rather go with Quidco even if they offer less than Topcashback who refuses to even pay
Does the no activation fee promo include existing customers upgrading to infinity?
Tonk3h

BT uses FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet) at the moment. From the main … BT uses FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet) at the moment. From the main telephone exhange in your town, to the green cabinet near your house, is fibre cable. At this stage it's MUCH faster than copper.However, from the cabinet to your house it's your old normal copper cables. Same you've utilised for ADSL, and even Dial up.With this in mind, the connection still enters your house at the BT master socket, as it always has done.Routing ethernet to your computer (15m away) I'd recommend using a 'powerline adapter', which have always been brilliant for me, or just run a long cat6e cable to where you need it.Hope this answers your queries !



​ethernet >>> power line.
+ cat6A!
chigger1

Where can I find a link to this virginity deal please.

Cloud cuckoo land? oO
On 25th there was a 1 day special. I got the total entertainment TV package including BT sport in UHD, 76Mbs for price of 52Mbs, newest TV box and router, weekend calls and caller display. No activation fee. £130 tcb & £125 MasterCard. 12month contract £41.99 a month. However I had to call to confirm 76Mb offer and luckily took a screenshot of the deal on their page as it went through checkout as 52. Works out £21.50 a month after tcb and mastercard. Bargain. Only been with plusnet for 2 months and they upped their line rental so grabbed the deal and will move again when BT do the same.
says £50 activation fee when I choose the package
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