BT Infinity packages - 3 months reduced price (plus poss £121.20 Cashback  through Topcashback and £50 Sainsbury's vouchers) + FREE BT sport
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BT Infinity packages - 3 months reduced price (plus poss £121.20 Cashback through Topcashback and £50 Sainsbury's vouchers) + FREE BT sport

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Found 24th Jun 2013
I posted a Quidco BT Infinity deal that expired yesterday but you can now get a similar deal through Topcashback with slightly more cashback.

BT Infinity broadband packages currently have a £60 Sainsbury's voucher for new customers (this is double the usual incentive). Also enjoy free BT sport.

Plus if you go through Topcashback you can get up to £121.20 cashback (Broadband + calls + BT TV - new customers). if you just want broadband then you can still get £50.50 cashback.

Plus get 3 months reduced price for the first 3 monts on the unlimited BT infinity package 2.

Having took out BT Infinity broadband just 3 months ago on a £50 Sainsbury's voucher and £10 cashback, I would have been at least £100.50 better off on this offer!

Update 18:28 24/06: It looks like the £100 Sainsbury's voucher deal may end at midnight although the cashback offer through TCB is valid until the 30th June.

Update 22:52 24/06: It looks as if the £100 Sainsbury's offer has ended a couple of minutes ago but you can still get a £60 voucher which ends in 3 days time. I have amended the post.

Update: 11:11 29/06: The Sainsbury's voucher is now £50. Topcashback offer ends this Sunday.

58 Comments

Original Poster

Any questions around BT Infinity packages please see the previous thread for info
hotukdeals.com/dea…775


Edited by: "Chanchi32" 24th Jun 2013

I have been looking for new ISP for days as my time with O2 is up.Just don't know who to go with.BT or Virgin

Edited by: "Essex_Hal" 24th Jun 2013

I personally went Plusnet fiber and am getting 73mb minimum. Pay up front line rental works out at £10.50 a month. half price broadband for 6 months (i.e. £10). £32 Quidco (although it has initially been declined for some reason, I am hoping to get it sorted). Ho and customer services is the best I have come across.

After giving notice to cancel my Virgin contract, they then called me back to offer me a £8 loyalty discount. I will now get a very basic TV package (HD and on-demand but no TIVO box), unlimited broadband and a phone line for £24.64. This seems like a good deal to me. I can't be doing with BT's "activation fees."

The Sainsbury's vouchers offer seems to finish tonight on the BT site but the TCB offer (...including Sains vouchers) seems to suggest it's valid for 6 more days?!

...does anyone think TCB will pull the Sainsbury vouchers part of their offer at midnight tonight?

...if so, better get banging that order through tonight!!!

Original Poster

Krinkle

The Sainsbury's vouchers offer seems to finish tonight on the BT site but … The Sainsbury's vouchers offer seems to finish tonight on the BT site but the TCB offer (...including Sains vouchers) seems to suggest it's valid for 6 more days?!...does anyone think TCB will pull the Sainsbury vouchers part of their offer at midnight tonight?...if so, better get banging that order through tonight!!!



The Sainsbury's vouchers are ongoing but may reduce in value from £100 to £50/£25

Just to warn people..... I placed two orders online with BT and they lost both of them and consequently my cash back. Google around, it's quite common

can only seem to get virgin media in my post code

Yup - placed my BT order on Saturday and no Quidco has tracked. If it hasn't by tomorrow (you have to wait 3 days before raising a 'not tracked' query) I'll cancel the whole thing and go with Plusnet.

I believe with BT's tv offering you wont be able to get any of the Sky Sports channels (Sky have refused to play game?), so their package doesn't look as good as I initially thought.

Does anyone know if you cancel your current broadband with BT, how long you have to wait before you can come back as a new customer?

Norma Snockers

Does anyone know if you cancel your current broadband with BT, how long … Does anyone know if you cancel your current broadband with BT, how long you have to wait before you can come back as a new customer?


you can cancel and take a contract on your partner or friend's name..

Sky sports on BT vision is £20 a month but you can watch BT sports on sky in HD for free if you have BT broadband. Considering BT sports alone is £12 then this looks like a good offer.

Please don't touch BT. One order that got "lost", no Quidco, missed engineer visit and when he did visit he made my phone line go bust and also disconnected my aerial in my socket so I no longer receive any form of signal. 1 week to send out a new engineer to fix it.
Utter shambles of a company, only go with them if you fancy spending your spare hours on the phone to their customer service/complaints department.

camilesno1

Please don't touch BT. One order that got "lost", no Quidco, missed … Please don't touch BT. One order that got "lost", no Quidco, missed engineer visit and when he did visit he made my phone line go bust and also disconnected my aerial in my socket so I no longer receive any form of signal. 1 week to send out a new engineer to fix it.Utter shambles of a company, only go with them if you fancy spending your spare hours on the phone to their customer service/complaints department.



I know it's hard to believe, but BT Openreach (the installers) have nothing to do with BT Infinity. The latter of which is excellent and one of the best fibre based ISPs out at the moment.

camilesno1

Please don't touch BT. One order that got "lost", no Quidco, missed … Please don't touch BT. One order that got "lost", no Quidco, missed engineer visit and when he did visit he made my phone line go bust and also disconnected my aerial in my socket so I no longer receive any form of signal. 1 week to send out a new engineer to fix it.Utter shambles of a company, only go with them if you fancy spending your spare hours on the phone to their customer service/complaints department.



I agree. Where I work we have two ISPs, BT and I think the other one is Xtelecom , something like that. We need the 2nd one as a backup as the BT is always screwing up, I've given up calling BT as they can't fix it. Also there's around 60 green cabinets in my town, all of them have been connected to fibre except the one covering the town center, which means businesses in the town center can't get fibre. BT don't know when or if they will ever connect that one up to fibre. BT Shambles.

Anyone have idea how long BT take to pay cashback? I have £202 TCB pending for >3 months now

Does BT stand for Big Tosspots?

Original Poster

Seanieboy70

Does BT stand for Big Tosspots?



I believe BT stands for British Telecom as opposed to 'Tosspots'
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 24th Jun 2013

HOT HOT HOT

Will you definitely get cashback if you delete all the cookies first and go through Topcashback?

Obviously, the £120 is quite a big deciding factor so I need it to track! Don`t like the thing about cancelling order mentioned by the guy above - can imagine that happening and being very annoyed.

The list of Premier League matches that BT will have is due to be announced in under two weeks' time. I am wondering if it's worth waiting for that list to be published or leaving it towards 1st August in case BT need to push their channel packages.

I almost left Sky for them but Sky said they'd offer me 25% off all of my TV for 6 months. £62.00 p/m for everything including line rental, Sky Talk, unlimited broadband and all TV channels (including HD) except movies...that expired after the £1 per month offer that started in December 2012. I tried looking at Virgin offers but nothing really stood out and I'm not convinced by any of the cashback offers some providers are offering.
Edited by: "drifta" 24th Jun 2013

Will you get BT Sports HD on Sky box? I already have Sky but broadband provider is Virgin and am looking at changing this to Unlimited BT Infinity 2 package.

Thanks.

Yes, if you take a BB package with BT and already have Sky TV then you can get BT Sport HD on the Sky platform...there's an option to put in your Sky viewing card number during the sign up process.

Krinkle

Yes, if you take a BB package with BT and already have Sky TV then you … Yes, if you take a BB package with BT and already have Sky TV then you can get BT Sport HD on the Sky platform...there's an option to put in your Sky viewing card number during the sign up process.



Thanks Krinkle for the quick response.

Daniel_Saeed

Will you get BT Sports HD on Sky box? I already have Sky but broadband … Will you get BT Sports HD on Sky box? I already have Sky but broadband provider is Virgin and am looking at changing this to Unlimited BT Infinity 2 package.Thanks.



I don't want to pay £62 p/m for much longer. BT Sports HD, a half decent range of TV channels, line rental and BT infinity unlimited 1 along with basic phone package comes to £45, along with £86 of one-off charges. I could offset some of those charges with (potential) cashback and selling my Sky HD box and router but it's not reaching out and grabbing me.
Edited by: "drifta" 24th Jun 2013

LinsB

Sky sports on BT vision is £20 a month but you can watch BT sports on sky … Sky sports on BT vision is £20 a month but you can watch BT sports on sky in HD for free if you have BT broadband. Considering BT sports alone is £12 then this looks like a good offer.



You can only get Sky Sports 1 and 2 with BT Vision. 3 & 4 aren't available.


Edited by: "Wintersun" 24th Jun 2013

great!! thanks!

As a TV option, Sky craps all over BT unfortunately...so the only savings here for me would be switching from Sky BB to BT Infinity... ...of course this is dependant on the successful receipt of both cashback and vouchers which seems far from guaranteed!!

...still undecided!

Original Poster

Update 22:52 24/06: It looks as if the £100 Sainsbury's offer has ended a couple of minutes ago but you can still get a £60 voucher which ends in 3 days time. I have amended the post.

Ive just been trying to get bt infinity but after a month of being messed around with no shows for appointments, no calls back, complaints not logged, what you get told on the phone never happens so I cancelled the order. It sounds a good deal but all the hastle and time used on trying to get it installed wasnt worth it for me.

I recently switched to Plusnet, which is also a very good offer:

(6 months x £9.99) + (12 months x £19.99) + £131.88 (1 year Landline Rental paid in advance) + 5.99 (delivery) = £437.69 minus £70 quidco = £367.69 for the whole 18 months period, which equals £20.42 a month for unlimited Fibre broadband and Landline.

If you don't include the price of the landline then it equals £13.10 monthly.

Speed wise I couldn't be happier:

http://www.speedtest.net/result/2778712758.png



Edited by: "CYPER" 24th Jun 2013

I decided to leave O2 and go with BT, a great Humax 500gb YouView box, fast BT Infinity brodband, the sport fix I want with BT Sport, calls, line renal up front and £26 per month all in, quite happy with that. BT customer support has been pretty good, except they first sent me a BT Vision+ box, then two Humax boxes instead of one but once I have the kit and a reliable connection, I'm fine. I don't care about the prospect of cash back other or Sainsburys vouchers, the equipment, speed and content is enough for me.

CYPER

I recently switched to Plusnet, which is also a very good offer:(6 months … I recently switched to Plusnet, which is also a very good offer:(6 months x £9.99) + (12 months x £19.99) + £131.88 (1 year Landline Rental paid in advance) + 5.99 (delivery) = £437.69 minus £70 quidco = £367.69 for the whole 18 months period, which equals £20.42 a month for unlimited Fibre broadband and Landline.If you don't include the price of the landline then it equals £13.10 monthly.Speed wise I couldn't be happier:



Snap.

I actually did a little better; the BT Openreach engineer who came around to plug in the router(no idea why they need to do this...) & connect me in the cabinet, provided a 2nd fibre modem rather than the (identical) one that plusnet had mailed to us.
Consequently I made a few extra quid back ebaying the spare

Though it looks like you've got a slightly better connection down in London...
http://www.speedtest.net/result/2794827501.png

There was a time, not so long ago, when a discrepancy of 2-3Mb/s would have been terrible ^^
Though I'd love your ping to the UK backbone of 6ms

Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 25th Jun 2013

IVe had BT infinity for about 6months and had no problem at all, and when I did they have been great even for the indian call center lol and the problem was my powerline adapter which was not their fault.

speedtest.net/res…png

Did this a back in March. The cashback is great and i had it within a few days of payment of my second bill! I was meant to get a £100 Sinsburys Gift card from BT but it was only posted last week and no sign of it yet!

TehJumpingJawa

Snap.I actually did a little better; the BT Openreach engineer who came … Snap.I actually did a little better; the BT Openreach engineer who came around to plug in the router(no idea why they need to do this...) & connect me in the cabinet, provided a 2nd fibre modem rather than the (identical) one that plusnet had mailed to us.Consequently I made a few extra quid back ebaying the spare :)Though it looks like you've got a slightly better connection down in London...There was a time, not so long ago, when a discrepancy of 2-3Mb/s would have been terrible ^^Though I'd love your ping to the UK backbone of 6ms



Plusnet mailed me just the ADSL2+ router and the engineer brought the modem, so nothing to sell. Well my old ISP (Bethere) told me to keep their router, which is identical to the Plusnet one (Technicolor TG582n).

In regards to the speed: anything above 20Mbit/s is more than enough. I'd rather have 40 Mbit/s Down and Up. That would be more useful

Sheffield: http://www.speedtest.net/result/2794887918.png
5ms to London: http://www.speedtest.net/result/2781424340.png

im with plusnet I dont see why BT owns plusnet yet BT has worse customer services and is more expensive

having come from Virgin 100Mb to BT infinity I godda say BT is by far the better service. Fantastic speed, good service, and a (so far) near flawless router and speed. I dont think my speed has ever dropped below 50Mb and Ive only reset the router 3 times in 12 months of use. Virgin I was lucky to get more than 20mb and the "superhub" would crash 5 times a day under heavy use (house of 7 techy students). Even better IT'S CHEAPER!

I had it installed 2 months ago and had nothing but problems. I opted for the infinity 2 with a max speed of 80 meg. The best speed i have had to date is 35 meg and that with the computer connected via a direct wire. The wireless option gives me no more than 20 meg. Their call centre is overseas and whilst they do try to be helpful after at least 12 hours so far on the phone to them they cannot increase my speed. Wished i had opted for the infinity 1 same speed as i am getting now but would save myself £4 per month
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