BT Infinity 1 Unlimited 52mb (£10 per month after cash back & vouchers)
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BT Infinity 1 Unlimited 52mb (£10 per month after cash back & vouchers)

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Found 22nd Jul 2016
Been looking for a good 12 month fibre deal as mine has come to an end.

Unlimited BT Infinity 1 up to 52mb.

£12.50 per month via link for fibre.
£18.99 per month line rental.
£49 activation fee.
£7.95 P&P

But, BT will give you...

£150 Pre-paid MasterCard
£40 Next Gift Card

Then click through either Quidco or TCB ;

Quidco £90
TCB £115.50

I went via Quidco and it tracked within minutes and already raised claim to match TCB.

Long winded, but if you don't mind clawing back a good proportion of money with vouchers and cash back then this deal is hard to beat.

Works out £10.78 per month once vouchers and cash back are received.

Pretty good for unlimited fibre including line rental.
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You can't go through moneysupermarket and TopCashback! Cashback will get declined
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xtreme123

You can't go through moneysupermarket and TopCashback! Cashback will get … You can't go through moneysupermarket and TopCashback! Cashback will get declined



I've done it before and it's paid out. I guess it's just luck sometimes.
whats the right order to do this op? is it clear cookies then click get Deal, then open bt broadband from quidco/tcb from the same browser? thanks
dlm136

whats the right order to do this op? is it clear cookies then click get … whats the right order to do this op? is it clear cookies then click get Deal, then open bt broadband from quidco/tcb from the same browser? thanks


Will they just hike up the price after a couple of months?
Probably easier to just go for SSE's 18 month deal at £21/mo all in + £70 cash back.
adamck

Probably easier to just go for SSE's 18 month deal at £21/mo all in + £70 … Probably easier to just go for SSE's 18 month deal at £21/mo all in + £70 cash back.


Only available now if you're an existing SSE energy customer.
dont mack me off

Will they just hike up the price after a couple of months?


Of course - they always do. But at least it gives you an option to break the contract penalty-free.
Newbold

Of course - they always do. But at least it gives you an option to break … Of course - they always do. But at least it gives you an option to break the contract penalty-free.



Does it really allow you to break the contract? I thought that was covered in the small print about price increases, and not so easy to just walk away these days..
Newbold

Only available now if you're an existing SSE energy customer.



And the SSE package always seems to get slagged off as poor quality, besides the fact as a customer it's not available in my area!
The activation fee is a bit of joke, but the rest seems ok. Shame there's no discount offer for their top tier broadband though.
It's a bit bonkers that you can get 76Mb broadband with TV for less than with the broadband by itself. With the cashback and vouchers, it makes sense to switch from talk talk. Do BT have any offers on a second line, as I need one for working from home?
dlm136

whats the right order to do this op? is it clear cookies then click get … whats the right order to do this op? is it clear cookies then click get Deal, then open bt broadband from quidco/tcb from the same browser? thanks



Interested to know this too - can someone confirm what steps you take to also get Quidco? Thank you
freebiehunter

Does it really allow you to break the contract? I thought that was … Does it really allow you to break the contract? I thought that was covered in the small print about price increases, and not so easy to just walk away these days..


It depends on this: stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/bin…pdf

which contains this:

Material detriment
A1.10 Ofcom is likely to treat any price increase4 to the agreed core subscription price
(however constructed and described in the contract terms)5 during the fixed term of
a telecommunications contract as a modification that is of, or is likely to be of,
material detriment to consumer and small business subscribers for the purposes of
GC9.6.6 7 The core subscription price is one of the most important factors in the
subscriber’s choice of contract. It is likely to be the most important aspect of one of
the key terms of the contract. There is likely to be a significant possibility that the
subscriber would not have entered into that contract had they been bound to pay a
different price to that they agreed.
A1.11 Accordingly, in the event of any such increase to the agreed core subscription price,
Ofcom is likely to take the view that the relevant subscribers should be given the
rights provided for by GC9.6. That is:
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a) to be given at least one month’s notice of the price increase and of their
ability to terminate the contract without penalty if the proposed increase is
unacceptable; and
b) to be allowed to withdraw from their contract without penalty if they choose
to exercise that right.
What steps did you take to get Quidco tracking too?
1. Follow Moneysupermarket link
2. Select package
3. Follow Quidco link
4. Continue with sale process?
Original Poster
To get Quidco tracking, make sure all browser history is cleared.

1. Click on link above.
2. Begin process to order.
3. Open up a new tab in your browser by clicking through Quidco (I used the app on my phone) but you can go via PC/laptop.
4. Confirm details and you're good to go.

Essentially make sure all browser is clean/clear sniffing via link above and open another tab with Quidco. As I say my Quidco tracked within minutes of order completing.
is it worth going for the free tv starter pack?
should mean quidco/topcashback payout is higer
what do you mean you have raised a claim with tcb already to match the amount?
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cliosport65

what do you mean you have raised a claim with tcb already to match the … what do you mean you have raised a claim with tcb already to match the amount?



No I've raised a claim with Quidco to match TCB £115.50. Quidco only offer £90 so they offer a guaranteed payment if a competitor offers more.

quidco.com/hig…ee/
Ive signed up something similar but 5 weeks on plenty no shows and calls later I still have no broadband or phone line in with wrong hub sent as well. Not a great experience of BT for which should be a straight forward install as everyone else in street has it.
I can't even order - it says there is a problem with my exchange and I need to call them
When I call they told me they have to do something called a broadband booster???
I can do this over the phone but not online - which means I wouldn't get the gift cards or any cashback!
@drunk1 do you mind showing us a screenshot of the cashback tracked???
Thanks for posting this deal. I have been looking for a good fibre deal for weeks for my daughters uni house. Very nearly signed up for unlimited fibre at the same price but with £80 prepaid card. Now I have (or she has)£150 prepaid card plus £40 NEXT card plus Quidco has tracked at £80. Have my doubts about the success of Quidco but happy even without it.
I think the trick with Quidco is to start you order via the HUKD link then launch Quidco but don't use the BT window opened by Quidco as this has higher monthly charges. Compete you order in the original window and it will still track in Quidco.
JJJZ

Ive signed up something similar but 5 weeks on plenty no shows and calls … Ive signed up something similar but 5 weeks on plenty no shows and calls later I still have no broadband or phone line in with wrong hub sent as well. Not a great experience of BT for which should be a straight forward install as everyone else in street has it.


I had the same thing with TalkTalk a couple of years ago except mine went on for 3 months and lost me 5 days of holiday waiting in for an engineer that didnt show. After all that they offered £30 compo.

If you add the free TV for £10 activation fee you should get £150 Quidco ?

The TV is free and the calls are included for the weekend or do they not count ?

When i went to BT just over a year ago i got cashback and the vouchers, you go via Quidco then when on the bt landing page change the last bit of the address after the bt.com bit to to /products/affiliate-packages-broadband-offer

So it looks like this productsandservices.bt.com/pro…fer


for new customer Broadband, TV & Calls £150




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dlm136

is it worth going for the free tv starter pack?should mean … is it worth going for the free tv starter pack?should mean quidco/topcashback payout is higer



of course it is seeing as though its free (well, call it a tenner seeing as though you have to pay activation)

sports and AMC free with it, if you have sky already just put the BT box in one of the bedrooms, thats what i am doing
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oh and in regards to SSE, i currently have the ultrafast package (upto 76mb/s) its usually pretty decent but in peak times the speed drops to around 15mb/s and i have struggled to stream video before. Going for BT now who claim they never drop the speed and guarantee me a minimum speed of 54mb/s at my new house
colganraz

oh and in regards to SSE, i currently have the ultrafast package (upto … oh and in regards to SSE, i currently have the ultrafast package (upto 76mb/s) its usually pretty decent but in peak times the speed drops to around 15mb/s and i have struggled to stream video before. Going for BT now who claim they never drop the speed and guarantee me a minimum speed of 54mb/s at my new house



im leaving sse too, was with bt for 18 months before i switched and was full speed 24/7
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deanos

im leaving sse too, was with bt for 18 months before i switched and was … im leaving sse too, was with bt for 18 months before i switched and was full speed 24/7



Im hoping for a better service from BT, i dont doubt they will deliver, I guess the saying of - you get what you pay for - is certainly true in this situation :P
colganraz

Im hoping for a better service from BT, i dont doubt they will deliver, I … Im hoping for a better service from BT, i dont doubt they will deliver, I guess the saying of - you get what you pay for - is certainly true in this situation :P



BT has shocking customer service though if you need to ring them, they still owe me a months rental because they cocked up when i left last month, they don't listen to what i tell them

BT certainty have the capacity on there internet but have crap customer service, SSE do have good call staff but crap broadband !
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deanos

BT has shocking customer service though if you need to ring them, they … BT has shocking customer service though if you need to ring them, they still owe me a months rental because they cocked up when i left last month, they don't listen to what i tell themBT certainty have the capacity on there internet but have crap customer service, SSE do have good call staff but crap broadband !



hmm i would have thought them to be good, hopefully i wont have any issues! one provider i cant knock is plusnet, good provider and good customer service IMO. Just never seem to do any decent deals!
colganraz

hmm i would have thought them to be good, hopefully i wont have any … hmm i would have thought them to be good, hopefully i wont have any issues! one provider i cant knock is plusnet, good provider and good customer service IMO. Just never seem to do any decent deals!



bt c.s is based in india

plusnet has 7.49 p/m for 18 months + line rental for fiber & free connection

plus.net/dea…er2



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dont mack me off

I had the same thing with TalkTalk a couple of years ago except mine went … I had the same thing with TalkTalk a couple of years ago except mine went on for 3 months and lost me 5 days of holiday waiting in for an engineer that didnt show. After all that they offered £30 compo.



Its disgusting but a lack of competition means we can do diddly. I hope BT is broken up and they lose their monopoly.
deanos

bt c.s is based in indiaplusnet has 7.49 p/m for 18 months + line rental … bt c.s is based in indiaplusnet has 7.49 p/m for 18 months + line rental for fiber & free connectionhttps://www.plus.net/deals/unlimited/line-only/1617affoffer2



Yes ive realised that dealing with them a lot recently and it gets you nowhere. Its difficult to get a name and know who your dealing with when you constantly calling back chasing. They been very very rude and abrupt. To be honest I now wish I didnt have to use them after the service or lack of signing up to them.
I have posted on the BT forum now and someone from the UK has taken ownership of the problem, seems that's the best place to resolve things if the calling gets you nowhere

community.bt.com/
Can someone tell me how i do this deal and get the cashback and TCB please so it would be £26.25 off making te deal £15.24 including line rental, tv and fibre cheaper! That works out cheaper than the talktalk offer for plus tv, broadband and phone
There is a deal through cable where it is £200 cashback and i want the tcb how do i do this?
Can u provide the link to the 200 cashback deal
Ordered but couple of questions:

1) Received no emails or no messages about £150 Mastercard/£50 cheque - should I have received anything confirming how I go about this? Didn't even receive links on how to claim
2) Quidco hasn't tracked despite placing order an hour ago - anyone else find this?
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doobyduck

Ordered but couple of questions:1) Received no emails or no messages … Ordered but couple of questions:1) Received no emails or no messages about £150 Mastercard/£50 cheque - should I have received anything confirming how I go about this? Didn't even receive links on how to claim2) Quidco hasn't tracked despite placing order an hour ago - anyone else find this?



You claim the MasterCard once your line is active.

vouchers.bt.com/cla…rd/

Cheques/gift cards should follow 45 days after activation.

Quidco should track soon, can take a couple of days max, otherwise raise a missing cash back claim.
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