BT Unlimited Infinity Broadband and calls/line rental £418.87 including up front fees (Works out £17.41 per month via tcb)
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BT Unlimited Infinity Broadband and calls/line rental £418.87 including up front fees (Works out £17.41 per month via tcb)

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Edited by:"steve_b21"Found 28th Sep
Unlimited Infinity £31.99
Setup fee £34.99

So 12 months = £383.83 + £34.99 setup = £418.87

Minus £120 mastercard reward and £90 tcb = £208.87

So, £17.41 per month

Works out better than the other deal posted on here as you get the £90 TCB rather than £50 cheque.

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Cashback is not guaranteed so you cannot include in the deal price, I got £110 quidco on the same deal last week

Hoping there is a better deal tomorrow as need to tell virgin by the end of this month if I want to get out of my £15 per month contract without penalty. Unfortunately the really good £150 cadr and 27.99 pm offer expired just before I got my notification from virgin about the price hike.

Original Poster

This offer expires at midnight

BtPrice goes up in my case ..

Better deal at Vodaphone

Original Poster

Sorry for my ignorance but how is the voda deal better? It's £20 for more or less the same thing?

Vodafone is £20 with no setup fee and no cashback to worry about not paying.
And it's £24 for fibre max (also with no setup fee).
Plus TCB standard is £20.20.

you can get the cheque offer to appear when using tcb if you edit the link after going through tcb

did it yesterday, tcb tracked and I've had confirmation of the cheque + mastercard
Edited by: "dataload" 29th Sep

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This deal appears to be a bit less now? Unless I'm.missing something.
Im keen to order and would appreciate your expert opinions. I'm in a new build so BT is more or less only option.
Thanks
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