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BT Goes Live with Black Friday Broadband and TV packages
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BT Goes Live with Black Friday Broadband and TV packages

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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

Half price BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video on us for six months
Up to a £125 Reward Card when you join online
and if you go via QuidCo and TopCashBack more reductions via Cashback
24month contracts

CLASSIC BUNDLE - Classic TV + fibre broadband - £34.99 a month
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £47.99 a month
£39.99 upfront

ENTERTAINMENT BUNDLE - Entertainment TV + fibre broadband - £39.99 a month
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £52.99 a month
£29.99 upfront

ENTERTAINMENT EXTRA BUNDLE - Entertainment Extra + fibre broadband - £44.99 a month
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £57.99 a month
£19.99 upfront

SUPERFAST FIBRE ESSENTIAL - Average speed 36Mb - £24.99 a month
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £32.99 a month
£19.99 upfront

SUPERFAST FIBRE - Average speed 50Mb - £29.99 a month
£100 BT Reward Card
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £37.99 a month
£9.99 P&P

SUPERFAST FIBRE 2 - Average speed 67Mb - £34.99 a month
£125 BT Reward Card
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £42.99 a month
£9.99 P&P

ULTRAFAST FIBRE 100 - Average speed 145Mb - £39.99 a month
£125 BT Reward Card
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £47.99 a month
£9.99 P&P

ULTRAFAST FIBRE 250 - Average speed 300Mb - £49.99 a month
£125 BT Reward Card
Includes BT line rental
24 month contract, then £57.99 a month
£9.99 P&P
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27 Comments
Wow 24 month contracts!
All the deals are more than I already pay for bt. My renewal cost doesn't go up
These are the direct to site prices, go through GoCompare.com/broadband/ and they are cheaper and have better gift cards
Edited by: "craigmitchell1" 22nd Nov 2019
Pants.
How long in advance can your order these deals do you think? I'm not due to move into my new address until the middle of February and don't want to miss any potential good deals. Cheers
No matter what I try (cashback sites, gift card, etc.) most 30mb+ broadband with line rental deals seem to work out to about £20 per month!
Awful deals, the plusnet deal via MSE is the best one I've seen so far. Most are 18 months, virginmedia is generally 12, 24 months is taking the mickey. Also BT had a better deal via facebook a few weeks ago that I almost pulled the trigger on. Cold.
Not seeing the 6 months of half price bts anywhere.There is a deal for bts only at 39.99 plus 9.99 and £100 reward card. Plus with the reward cards on topcashback it says you can't have cashback and the reward card together. Unless i'm missing something
Bangalore Telecom, no thanks.
NibblyPig22/11/2019 08:17

Awful deals, the plusnet deal via MSE is the best one I've seen so far. …Awful deals, the plusnet deal via MSE is the best one I've seen so far. Most are 18 months, virginmedia is generally 12, 24 months is taking the mickey. Also BT had a better deal via facebook a few weeks ago that I almost pulled the trigger on. Cold.


Which providers are 18 months?
gazdoubleu22/11/2019 08:24

Bangalore Telecom, no thanks.


Explain?

BT prices are locked in too. They stay the same price even when the contract ends and if you think you won’t get cheaper prices if you phone up then you’re a bit silly.
Edited by: "Username50" 22nd Nov 2019
I was so hoping the cost of Ultrafast Fibre 250 would have come down..
Username5022/11/2019 08:52

Which providers are 18 months?


I thought pretty much all of them I think apart from virginmedia which is 12. But looking at it I've been going directly to deals posted on various sites which have all been 18, looks like if you go directly to the sites, some are 12. Talk talk 18, BT 24, plusnet 18, sky 18, vodafone 18, EE 18, shell 18, for others it looks like some are 12 and some are 12 or 24 months.

But going directly to the site and signing up isn't advised - when BT had their facebook deal a while back it was *significantly* cheaper via the facebook link than going direct, and it was 24 months I believe.

I want to switch for 12 months then go back to virgin as a new starter since they've been the best. Just their prices are too much.
Edited by: "NibblyPig" 22nd Nov 2019
I just took BT deal via quidco for superfast 2. Quidco £95 cashback + £125 master card. On a 24 month deal this works out as £34.99x24 +£9.99 = £849.75. £629.75 = £26.24 ish per month, though it will go up by a few pounds due to their inflation increase. For me with a download speed of upto 73mbs and upload of 18mbs that's a good price. I've been paying £28 per month for zen 15 mbs down 1mb up per month as only now can I finally get fibre again. BT is not the cheapest not by along margin. Vodafone isn't well reviewed. Plusnet is BT, but years of experience suggest BT speeds are better. Talk Talk well terrible and as for Sky, refuse to use them, especially as they make it difficult to use your own router. If you want good speeds and reliable service this is the deal for you. For the sake of perhaps £10 or less, I do not understand why folk use the bargain providers, you will regret it. Plus BT Mobile do pretty good deals and use EE network, so when my contracts expire I will likely save a £10 a month anyway.
Edited by: "ontheqt" 22nd Nov 2019
Not due to their inflation rise. Inflation affects everyone? With BB you get cheaper mobile and double data too. BT has guaranteed speeds. No other provider offers that. Plus you can leave mid contract if you aren’t happy with the speeds. Plus the price doesn’t go up after 24 months.
AliG7922/11/2019 09:01

I was so hoping the cost of Ultrafast Fibre 250 would have come down..


It will go down and open up with other companies probably in Summer 2020
Prices on uswitch have been cheaper than this for weeks... Was waiting for these, poor effort when your big yearly sale prices are more expensive than compare sites!
MancMatt22/11/2019 07:58

How long in advance can your order these deals do you think? I'm not due …How long in advance can your order these deals do you think? I'm not due to move into my new address until the middle of February and don't want to miss any potential good deals. Cheers


Snap! You can do it now. I just got superfast fibre 2 £21.99 for 24 mths with the ring doorbell.
Username5022/11/2019 10:46

Not due to their inflation rise. Inflation affects everyone? With BB you …Not due to their inflation rise. Inflation affects everyone? With BB you get cheaper mobile and double data too. BT has guaranteed speeds. No other provider offers that. Plus you can leave mid contract if you aren’t happy with the speeds. Plus the price doesn’t go up after 24 months.


I'm on a BT 50Mbps package and get 20Mbps, my neighbour about 4 yards away gets 30Mbps on the same BT package.

We're connected to the same cabinet only he has new wiring from the pole to the connection into his house. All my internal wiring and filters are the best available & recommended by BT.

I've been in touch with the BT executive office about it and they won't do a thing. Worst company I've ever had to deal with, they cocked up my billing and email for the first 3 months.

I think Jezzer is right on this one, they should nationalise the broadband network as BT don't give a hoot about customers!

Sky also offer guaranteed speeds & were the first to do so on fibre.
chalkieboy22/11/2019 15:03

Snap! You can do it now. I just got superfast fibre 2 £21.99 for 24 mths …Snap! You can do it now. I just got superfast fibre 2 £21.99 for 24 mths with the ring doorbell.


What speed is that and how did you get it?
KingTut6822/11/2019 20:55

What speed is that and how did you get it?


Same speed as superfast 1 but with cloud storage and a couple of other xtras. I rang up the retention team, however my email says only superfast 1? I may chase up Monday.
This might be useful to refer to if you see a better deal after agreeing..

The legal stuffYour right to cancel
You've got 14 days from the day your service starts or kit arrives, whichever is latest, to cancel. You'll still have to pay for any chargeable services you've used up to the date you cancel. You'll also have to return any kit we've supplied within 14 days of telling us you want to cancel - then we'll refund anything you've paid for that kit within 14 days of getting it back.

If you cancel any service after 14 days, you'll have to give us 30 days' notice to end it. And if you took that service for a minimum term, you might also have to pay a charge for ending it early.

The minimum guaranteed line speed you can expect from your broadband is shown above. We'll always do our best to give you this, but if your actual speed is slower and it stays that way, you'll be able to cancel your broadband contract without having to pay early termination charges.

If you've taken a BT TV bolt-on (like BT TV Kids) or BT Sport (except as part of a BT TV package), you've agreed you want to be able to watch that immediately so you don't have 14 days to change your mind. To cancel either of these services at any point, you'll have to give us 30 days' notice. And if they come with a minimum term, you might have to pay a charge for ending them early.

To cancel, call us on 0800 800 150 or use the online cancellation form.
chalkieboy22/11/2019 21:35

Same speed as superfast 1 but with cloud storage and a couple of other …Same speed as superfast 1 but with cloud storage and a couple of other xtras. I rang up the retention team, however my email says only superfast 1? I may chase up Monday.


So £21,99 for Superfast 72MB?
What is the retention team phone number?
Here4G8Deals22/11/2019 08:12

No matter what I try (cashback sites, gift card, etc.) most 30mb+ …No matter what I try (cashback sites, gift card, etc.) most 30mb+ broadband with line rental deals seem to work out to about £20 per month!


Yep, looks that way

Im trying to find better deals at the moment

Plusnet with the £75 cashback looks the best atm

You find any better ?
oldskoolpug23/11/2019 12:27

Yep, looks that wayIm trying to find better deals at the momentPlusnet …Yep, looks that wayIm trying to find better deals at the momentPlusnet with the £75 cashback looks the best atmYou find any better ?


No, not really. I saw some that were working out to £18 something but will wait another week. I have a chance to move away from Vodafone due to price increase, so don't want to leave it too late either.
Here4G8Deals23/11/2019 15:27

No, not really. I saw some that were working out to £18 something but will …No, not really. I saw some that were working out to £18 something but will wait another week. I have a chance to move away from Vodafone due to price increase, so don't want to leave it too late either.


I cancelled my sky BB as it was going up to £41 a month, i have til 30th nov to find another supplier

Maybe sky will offer me summit....maybe summit will come up next week
Just done this deal from TopCashBack and just got a text saying
"Hello, BT here. This is in regards to your order with us, due to a technical issue the order stands cancelled, do not worry we will be re-issuing the order after 48 hours and update you with the status. Please don't reply to this text - we won't see it. Thanks."

This sounds like a scam from BT so they don't have to pay out the cashback as the initial order won't track with them reissuing a new order.

If they do this I shall cancel and never return to BT again. What a sly thing to do!
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