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BT Superfast Fibre broadband (50Mb): £28.99 pm + £120 BT Rewards Card + £30 M&S Voucher (24 month contract) - Total Cost £545.76 via uSwitch
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BT Superfast Fibre broadband (50Mb): £28.99 pm + £120 BT Rewards Card + £30 M&S Voucher (24 month contract) - Total Cost £545.76 via uSwitch

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Posted 24th Nov 2019

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£120 BT Reward Card + £30 M&S Voucher

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I switched months ago and never to this day received any of the stated things, we have rang up several times to be told they can withdraw offers etc etc.... Seems like a ploy to get people into a contract!

It's awful never come across a company like them tbh
I got offered the same fibre package for £21.99 per month with none of the extras as an existing customer when I called them 2 weeks ago whilst in my last 30 days of contract.
Vodafone ofers 500 Mbps for £28
Edited by: "Protop" 24th Nov 2019
I get the package above this although to be fair I only average around 59/60... Never had to call. Just sign in online and go to your offers.

I was originally paying 31.99 a month(got a 150 MasterCard too), after about 12 months into this I just by chance had a look on and it dropped to 27.99 so took that out. Then just a month or so ago as it was nearing the end of my contact where itd go to over 50 a month... The same offer was there at 27.99. so over 3 years my average is likely under about 25 a month.

I'd suggest you have a look on that if paying over the odds.
Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 24th Nov 2019
Jadeywillo24/11/2019 08:33

I switched months ago and never to this day received any of the stated …I switched months ago and never to this day received any of the stated things, we have rang up several times to be told they can withdraw offers etc etc.... Seems like a ploy to get people into a contract! It's awful never come across a company like them tbh


I would persue that.
Damm only got 80 quid reward card other day
DarrylJohn24/11/2019 08:58

I would persue that.


I have, I've wrote letters, spoke to god knows howany people including managers etc to still not have even one of the promised things it's actually shocking ....
Jadeywillo24/11/2019 09:21

I have, I've wrote letters, spoke to god knows howany people including …I have, I've wrote letters, spoke to god knows howany people including managers etc to still not have even one of the promised things it's actually shocking ....


Poor customer service, try BT twitter/facebook leace bad review.
Jadeywillo24/11/2019 09:21

I have, I've wrote letters, spoke to god knows howany people including …I have, I've wrote letters, spoke to god knows howany people including managers etc to still not have even one of the promised things it's actually shocking ....


Poor customer service, try BT twitter/facebook leace bad review.
Jadeywillo24/11/2019 08:33

I switched months ago and never to this day received any of the stated …I switched months ago and never to this day received any of the stated things, we have rang up several times to be told they can withdraw offers etc etc.... Seems like a ploy to get people into a contract! It's awful never come across a company like them tbh


Claims for prepaid gift cards etc need to be progressed online via specific links. Writing letters or phoning will get you nowhere as these are setup and processed by separate companies. I got mine in less than 2 weeks and had no problem using it but had to claim online.

In this example you have to go via USwitch to get the deal and the benefits offered will come from different sources and not particularly BT.

I would say that you are too late to get anything back now as you usually have to claim within a set period of time after starting the service.
Edited by: "Neil49" 24th Nov 2019
Neil4924/11/2019 10:04

Claims for prepaid gift cards etc need to be progressed online via …Claims for prepaid gift cards etc need to be progressed online via specific links. Writing letters or phoning will get you nowhere as these are setup and processed by separate companies. I got mine in less than 2 weeks and had no problem using it but had to claim online. In this example you have to go via USwitch to get the deal and the benefits offered will come from different sources and not particularly BT. I would say that you are too late to get anything back now as you usually have to claim within a set period of time after starting the service.


I've contacted bt and they are supoost to email a link to claim but they never emailed me it so I've contacted several times to be told they can withdraw or not firfill any offer at any time, but yet they are still advertising it which makes no sence to me at all and seems wrong on a moral and advertising level....

I've lost all respect for BT after this Ans will never go with them again!
shug11924/11/2019 09:38

Poor customer service, try BT twitter/facebook leace bad review.


I have, apparently I'm not the only one
Hi is this for new costumers only ?
I have taken out a few BT deals in the last couple of years, I have always received the gift cards/vouchers.

Although, never had a good price to stay with them after the initial contract ends, so ended up switching to a new supplier.

With the customer service at BT not being as good as they use to be, there are cheaper alternative out there.
Worst customer service I have ever dealt with. Avoid!
Stevio8024/11/2019 10:35

Worst customer service I have ever dealt with. Avoid!


Just renewed mine, online chat says I still have free weekend calls, guy on the phone says no. useless bunch.
shug11924/11/2019 10:45

Just renewed mine, online chat says I still have free weekend calls, guy …Just renewed mine, online chat says I still have free weekend calls, guy on the phone says no. useless bunch.



Yeah that sounds about right, I tried to leave guy said he would do me a deal by the time he was finished I would’ve been paying a £10 more. Back to Sky and happy as the Q is just an amazing piece of kit.
shug11924/11/2019 10:45

Just renewed mine, online chat says I still have free weekend calls, guy …Just renewed mine, online chat says I still have free weekend calls, guy on the phone says no. useless bunch.


I'd always trust what you are told on the phone as opposed to chat . Chat is often dealt with offshore as opposed to real UK based personnel that tend to deal with sales / retentions .
The issue regarding the reward cards is uswitch. It’s got sweet fa to do with BT.
Jadeywillo24/11/2019 10:16

I've contacted bt and they are supoost to email a link to claim but they …I've contacted bt and they are supoost to email a link to claim but they never emailed me it so I've contacted several times to be told they can withdraw or not firfill any offer at any time, but yet they are still advertising it which makes no sence to me at all and seems wrong on a moral and advertising level.... I've lost all respect for BT after this Ans will never go with them again!


no they don't email you, you have to manually claim the cashback card

bt.com/man…rd/
Edited by: "watson44" 24th Nov 2019
watson4424/11/2019 13:01

no they don't email you, you have to manually claim the cashback …no they don't email you, you have to manually claim the cashback cardhttps://www.bt.com/manage/bt-reward-card/


That's what I got told when I rang them on several occasions
Is not strange that the offer finishes Thursday night? Maybe further reduction in the price for the black friday weekend and cyber Monday? What do you think? Worthy to wait for it?
24 Month contract hmmm that is too long . . .
Patrick.sanse27/11/2019 20:56

Is not strange that the offer finishes Thursday night? Maybe further …Is not strange that the offer finishes Thursday night? Maybe further reduction in the price for the black friday weekend and cyber Monday? What do you think? Worthy to wait for it?


I ordered. If I see a better deal, cancel and order again
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!
balvi28/11/2019 01:57

24 Month contract hmmm that is too long . . .


Absolutely. Useless bt started that 18 and 24 month contract cr.p...
Jawz28/11/2019 19:02

Just done this deal from TopCashBack and just got a text saying"Hello, BT …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!


What's the update with yours? I took out the deal two days ago and suddenly received this text
39268882-d9KAZ.jpg.. VERY SUSPECT! Would be great to know what's happened with yours..
downey9105/12/2019 18:38

What's the update with yours? I took out the deal two days ago and …What's the update with yours? I took out the deal two days ago and suddenly received this text[Image] .. VERY SUSPECT! Would be great to know what's happened with yours..



I got the message saying there was an issue but not to worry as they would put through again within 24hours.
This would have meant that it would go through on Black Friday itself. Seemed fishy and a way for BT to totally get out of tracking the Cashback.

So I decided to put the order through again through Topcashback again.

This time it did go through and the other remained cancelled even though they said it would go through.
My gut feeling was right as come Black Friday, the monthly fee went up by £1, Topcashback reduced around £20 and also the MasterCard dropped by £25 so £79 less cash in my pocket.

I now have my router (though same as what I already have, may have to fleabay it) and get switched over tomorrow.

So in a nutshell, think it’s sorted, even though BT tried to do me over....sly buggas.
only issue this time is now it’s 24 month contract but still massive saving 🏻
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