BT Superfast fibre broadband (£549.81, £29.99 p/m, £140 vouchers, effective cost £22.27 pm)
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BT Superfast fibre broadband (£549.81, £29.99 p/m, £140 vouchers, effective cost £22.27 pm)

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Found 11th Aug
Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls + BT Sport on the go
BT Affiliate deal. Sorry if been posted, did a quick search so couldn't find it. Apply by Aug 16th.

£29.99 a month
18 months
Includes BT line rental
Price after 18 months £52.49
£9.99 P&P

Even cheaper if you opt to pay line rental upfront

There's two rewards for this offer which BT annoyingly won't remind you to claim. The first is a £100 prepaid Mastercard which you need to claim via this claim link and the second is a £40 Marks and Spencer voucher which you need to claim using this link. You need to claim within three months of your broadband activation and the rewards may then take up to 45 days to arrive.
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Worst customer service ever. Tried telling me engineer was not due out till tomorrow to fix a fault and when I said he’d left a card through the door they said it was my fault for not being there and not theirs for failing to ring me 60 minutes prior to allow me to get home as had been arranged. The fault line weren’t even aware BT had a customer services telephone number and I had to provide them with a number for their own department
Beyond belief...... you couldn’t make it up.
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Worst customer service ever. Tried telling me engineer was not due out till tomorrow to fix a fault and when I said he’d left a card through the door they said it was my fault for not being there and not theirs for failing to ring me 60 minutes prior to allow me to get home as had been arranged. The fault line weren’t even aware BT had a customer services telephone number and I had to provide them with a number for their own department
Beyond belief...... you couldn’t make it up.
I did this a few months back, I'd been clicking through via a cash back site in the previous weeks but it was always dearer. So I didn't bother with the cash back site and went through an affiliate link to get it cheaper ( at this price) . Somehow it tracked and was confirmed last week.
these deals they charge around 34p connection fee per phone call and about 11p a minute
paul12413 m ago

these deals they charge around 34p connection fee per phone call and about …these deals they charge around 34p connection fee per phone call and about 11p a minute


BT charge 22p. Call rates vary as you'd expect. Let's be honest all landline providers rip you off. Most of us use bundled mobile minutes anyway.
yes it coming up as that for me (in the section productsandservices.bt.com/pro…ne/) but 3 weeks ago i spoke online to a person on the chat with bt and they said 34p and 11p after i contacted them about a local phone call i made costing 75p for 3.40 minutes phone call and i took basically the same 50mb package unless it has now changed to the cheaper charges
Can one avail £90 TCB with this? or they are mutually exclusive.
No idea. If it is I'll be all over it. Still might go for it as you get BT sports
Nice find with BT Sport. If you don’t need the BT Sport the Now Tv Broadband offer works out cheaper 🏽
Not the best time to post a BT deal when it is mostly BT exit traffic at the moment with price rise.
Anyone know if I can join this, having literally just left BT given the price rise? (e.g. could my partner put in her name?)
Bully3 h, 21 m ago

Not the best time to post a BT deal when it is mostly BT exit traffic at …Not the best time to post a BT deal when it is mostly BT exit traffic at the moment with price rise.


Really wish BT would look after its loyal customers more, they do have a strange business model. Got them down to £23.99 on a new 18m contract after the price rise.
Im going through the retentions dance at the moment.
SUper fast 2 (80mbit not 50mbit) for £33.99 month plus a new modem/router.

Not really a deal just getting what new customers get.
These new BT deals with free sports are a real wind-up. I don't want sports, offer me something else of equal value. Blimming sports.
Edited by: "ought" 12th Aug
jumbosausage19 h, 0 m ago

Really wish BT would look after its loyal customers more, they do have a …Really wish BT would look after its loyal customers more, they do have a strange business model. Got them down to £23.99 on a new 18m contract after the price rise.


Best they will offer me is £31.99 on a fibre package (or £33.99 if I phone directly through to their retentions line lol!!). Just had a look at my onlune upgrade options, and they are offering me a 'special upgrade rate' of £45.99 p/m for their STANDARD broadband package (not even fibre!). Its disgraceful....
jumbosausage19 h, 50 m ago

Really wish BT would look after its loyal customers more, they do have a …Really wish BT would look after its loyal customers more, they do have a strange business model. Got them down to £23.99 on a new 18m contract after the price rise.


Update on my previous....was all ready to go with the NOW TV Fab package (£20 p/m) and decided I'd give BT one last call before submitting. Managed to close a deal on their Infinity 2 fibre package with free BT sports for £25.99 p/m. Saves the hassle of switching and we are consistently getting 75mbps download speeds our line currently (which the NOW TV package won't get near) so happy with that.
Regards their retentions team, I think it comes down to who you get to speak to at the end of the day!
lord_trumpington20 m ago

Update on my previous....was all ready to go with the NOW TV Fab package …Update on my previous....was all ready to go with the NOW TV Fab package (£20 p/m) and decided I'd give BT one last call before submitting. Managed to close a deal on their Infinity 2 fibre package with free BT sports for £25.99 p/m. Saves the hassle of switching and we are consistently getting 75mbps download speeds our line currently (which the NOW TV package won't get near) so happy with that. Regards their retentions team, I think it comes down to who you get to speak to at the end of the day!


I think you've done really well there. Definitely worth the few extra quid.
does anyone know for sure if we can use quidco or topcashback as well?
'lorna' offered me her best deal for a fresh 12 month contract without a hub at 35.99 a month.
called back on after reading this'll they've agreed to the 29.99 now 🏼
however no router (I have one) and also no credit card/ vouchers as they are for ''new customers''. Lost the will to fight after an hour on the phone so will take what they are giving.
beastman13th Aug

does anyone know for sure if we can use quidco or topcashback as well?


Intrigued myself on this. Anyone had any past experience with using TCB?
phunkee1 h, 22 m ago

Intrigued myself on this. Anyone had any past experience with using TCB?


Ok so I just ordered this via TCB {£90}

While I was on BT chat I was advised that allegedly the price hike in September does not affect briadband and new customers. So if TCB does it stuff I really should be paying effectively £17.27 p/m

I saved the transcript just in case anything goes pear shape in September.

Fingers crossed
I have a bt account already. Can I get my wife to sign up so she can get this deal?
Never been with BT. If they do a price hike, are you able to leave mid contract without incurring penalties?
droid197815th Aug

I have a bt account already. Can I get my wife to sign up so she can get …I have a bt account already. Can I get my wife to sign up so she can get this deal?


You can sign a new contract in your name and get a new deal. When you order just select you do not have an existing account. You'll have a new landline number though.
Mary_Mary4 h, 2 m ago

Never been with BT. If they do a price hike, are you able to leave mid …Never been with BT. If they do a price hike, are you able to leave mid contract without incurring penalties?


Yes, and it works in your favour usually if you've had a reward card/cashback.
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