BT infinity 1 unlimited - Now £29.99 p/m (12 months contract - £359.88) Plus £80 MasterCard voucher
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BT infinity 1 unlimited - Now £29.99 p/m (12 months contract - £359.88) Plus £80 MasterCard voucher

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Found 4th Aug 2017
Hey,

Just found this on the BT deals website. BT infinity 1 unlimited now £29.99, which includes line rental. Remember, infinity 1 speeds go up to 52Mbps as well.

Also a £80 MasterCard voucher included.
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Also £130 quidco
Free Bt Sports as well
edit: just ignore me
Edited by: "agneepath" 4th Aug 2017
You haven't included the £59.99 upfront cost , which adds £5 per month to the price. I think this is for new customers?
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agneepath2 m ago

30Gb monthly usageedit: Incorrect


The 30GB monthly allowance is the £25 one. The deal I posted today was the £29.99 p/m unlimited infinity 1.
Is this only for new customers? Or can existing customers get this deal
Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to hide behind openreach skirt and blow raspberries at its customers. Upto speed depending on how rat chewed your phone cables are and if you unplug or have a power cut the system line management drops your speed lower just to punish you.
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kester768 m ago

Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to …Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to hide behind openreach skirt and blow raspberries at its customers. Upto speed depending on how rat chewed your phone cables are and if you unplug or have a power cut the system line management drops your speed lower just to punish you.




Unfortunately virgin media isn't available in my area, otherwise I would go with them. I'm in the middle of choosing my broadband, but not sure which to go with. They all use open reach, at the moment BT and Vodafone have good deals. Just not sure which..
Got to be the worst internet provider in the UK!!!
ShaunW507 m ago

Unfortunately virgin media isn't available in my area, otherwise I would …Unfortunately virgin media isn't available in my area, otherwise I would go with them. I'm in the middle of choosing my broadband, but not sure which to go with. They all use open reach, at the moment BT and Vodafone have good deals. Just not sure which..


Try Plusnet. Current offer is 76mbps for £29.99 on an 18 month contract with free install & modem. You can even order a new phone line for £50.
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mastin5 m ago

Try Plusnet. Current offer is 76mbps for £29.99 on an 18 month contract …Try Plusnet. Current offer is 76mbps for £29.99 on an 18 month contract with free install & modem. You can even order a new phone line for £50.


Plusnet is owned by BT right? I keep hearing BT is terrible, is plusnet the same?
Jase7956 m ago

Got to be the worst internet provider in the UK!!!


Not worse than Sky, I had speeds as low as 0.04mbps but usually 10 to 12 mbps. The lowest I've had with BT is 25mbps. But usually the speeds are between 45 and 50mbps.
Edited by: "Darzen" 5th Aug 2017
Moved from Virgin to BT -- Not regretted it, no drop outs and consistent speeds -- Virgin were terrible
Rather Go To VM
If I pay line rental in advance would the cashback track and also can they put the price up in the middle of the contract
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ShaunW502 h, 20 m ago

Plusnet is owned by BT right? I keep hearing BT is terrible, is plusnet …Plusnet is owned by BT right? I keep hearing BT is terrible, is plusnet the same?



They are now owned by BT but they are their own separate entity. Sadly like any company, everyone has their diff opinions.

Staff are knowledgeable on actual issues but last time...I do remember cursing more than once while waiting to get through on the phone (no worse than Sky on a Sat aft or Sun) to them. They also respond directly via their community forum. Another plus is that they also let you use your own router if you wish. Last time I had a line issue & they put a 24 hour watch on the line which led to them sending out an OR engineer out.

Only left as they didn't make any attempt to offer me any deal whatsoever to stay. As I was with Sky for tv, I got a decent package deal on everything & decided to go with them.Thankfully contract ends in less than 2 weeks & have been taking my time in deciding where to go to next.

Have been considering PN, Vodafone, TT & the Post Office over past few months. However given line issues since I was connected from EO to new Aio cab a few weeks back, it's only going to be PN for me. Only dilemma for me is whether I risk the current line issues being only on ADSL (am on long line from exchange) or whether they'll transfer over to VDSL when I upgrade to fibre.

Plus point for anyone signing up for any ISP/phone provider is that they have a cooling off period which is around a month, so if you don't like the service, you can jump ship to a new provider without penalty.
kester7611 h, 21 m ago

Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to …Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to hide behind openreach skirt and blow raspberries at its customers. Upto speed depending on how rat chewed your phone cables are and if you unplug or have a power cut the system line management drops your speed lower just to punish you.


And Elvis uses your bandwidth to download videos of peanut butter and banana sandwiches being made in a Tennessee bakery....
2 weeks ago it was £29.99 p/m with £34.99 upfront, £150 MasterCard and £120 Quidco. I’d just ordered before that offer was live...gutted.
kester7615 h, 3 m ago

Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to …Better off paying an extra £7 for Virgin if you can get it. BT likes to hide behind openreach skirt and blow raspberries at its customers. Upto speed depending on how rat chewed your phone cables are and if you unplug or have a power cut the system line management drops your speed lower just to punish you.



nonsense, only if the broadband equipment in the exchange is reset is there is a difference in speed and that is normally faster until it recalibrates to the length and quality of the line. I know as I'm a broadband engineer
19DembaBa1916 h, 22 m ago

Free Bt Sports as well

Maybe just me but I noticed a £3.50 charge, and told that this is discounted price for all BT subscribers - ie no longer free. Apparently the informed everyone a month ago. I've only been with BT for 1 month, and free sports was a selling point!
pill24 m ago

Maybe just me but I noticed a £3.50 charge, and told that this is …Maybe just me but I noticed a £3.50 charge, and told that this is discounted price for all BT subscribers - ie no longer free. Apparently the informed everyone a month ago. I've only been with BT for 1 month, and free sports was a selling point!

Just signed up today £11.00 X12 is £132.00 + £208.80 line rental saver + £69.99 upfront cost = £410.79 - £80.00 BT Reward card - £130.00 if quidco pay out = £200.79 divide into 12 is £16.73
What are peoples thoughts on how good a deal this is?

Typically I missed the deal a couple of weeks ago, if anyone knows the cycle of BT deals, is this due to be changed on Monday?
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V6ALFISTI29 m ago

What are peoples thoughts on how good a deal this is? Typically I missed …What are peoples thoughts on how good a deal this is? Typically I missed the deal a couple of weeks ago, if anyone knows the cycle of BT deals, is this due to be changed on Monday?


The deals are on for 10 days. So I'm assuming they won't Change until after that.
dragon8253 h, 3 m ago

nonsense, only if the broadband equipment in the exchange is reset is …nonsense, only if the broadband equipment in the exchange is reset is there is a difference in speed and that is normally faster until it recalibrates to the length and quality of the line. I know as I'm a broadband engineer

So you're a telecom engineer that works for openreach ?
19DembaBa1918 h, 43 m ago

Also £130 quidco



You wouldn't get the £135 on this contract would you? As there is no calls package included?

Infinity BT Broadband + Calls + TV £135 at topcashback or £130 at quidco

Calls is defined as "Unlimited Weekend Calls, Unlimited Evening & Weekend Calls or Unlimited Anytime Calls packages "

This would appear to be "Infinity BT Broadband + TV £115" via topcashback or £105 at quidco
Edited by: "V6ALFISTI" 5th Aug 2017
V6ALFISTI22 m ago

You wouldn't get the £135 on this contract would you? As there is no calls …You wouldn't get the £135 on this contract would you? As there is no calls package included?Infinity BT Broadband + Calls + TV £135 at topcashback or £130 at quidcoCalls is defined as "Unlimited Weekend Calls, Unlimited Evening & Weekend Calls or Unlimited Anytime Calls packages "This would appear to be "Infinity BT Broadband + TV £115" via topcashback or £105 at quidco

My cashback tracked at £150 so I don't need calls
Is there anyway to bring the installation date forward my install date is 30 August and my contract with sky finishes on 25th August does that mean I will be in a contract with sky and be charged
azmahhafsa4th Aug

Is this only for new customers? Or can existing customers get this deal



If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new deal, but not the cards or cashback, Just got Infinity 1 for £28.99pm, inc free sport, free caller display, free HD for 3 months.
azmahhafsa4th Aug

Is this only for new customers? Or can existing customers get this deal




It's new customers only supposedly. I rang to ask to be transferred to this price and got the reply that this is a reward' reserved for new customers. The 'best they could possibly do' would be nearly £40 per month to renew with them. I mentioned that Vodafone are doing their equivalent for £25 per month and all of a sudden it was magically possible to get this exclusive price (and maybe better if I'd pushed). I find that it's all a bit of an annoying game to leverage the maximum amount of money from those who don't want to shop around.
19DembaBa195th Aug

My cashback tracked at £150 so I don't need calls



Tracked and paid? I wouldn't be surprised if that got downgraded
I spoke to BT the guy said my order hasn't been processed does that mean my cashback will get rejected
keitht5856th Aug

If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new …If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new deal, but not the cards or cashback, Just got Infinity 1 for £28.99pm, inc free sport, free caller display, free HD for 3 months.

Hi my BT phone and broadband will be installed on 30th August and TV was meant to be installed on the same day, but BT have emailed me that there has been a change will the dates so BTTV will be installed the next day 31st August.

Since BT have changed the dates would that affect my cashback and will quidco payout since it's BT that changed the date, also everything else is the same thanks
keitht5856th Aug

If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new …If you are within 90 bays of the end of your contract you can get the new deal, but not the cards or cashback, Just got Infinity 1 for £28.99pm, inc free sport, free caller display, free HD for 3 months.



Well done, I tried twice in last 2 weeks for a neighbour and family member,both out of contract with BT but they would not match deal for new customers so moved them onto the 12 month plusnet deal, (£24.99)
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