BT Unlimited Infinity Up to 52MB + Weekend Calls £29.99pm for 12mths / £59.99 upfront £419.87 before £50 cashback / £125 BT Prepaid Card Net £20.41 a Month
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BT Unlimited Infinity Up to 52MB + Weekend Calls £29.99pm for 12mths / £59.99 upfront £419.87 before £50 cashback / £125 BT Prepaid Card Net £20.41 a Month

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Edited by:"nonameneeded"Found 23rd Oct
Currently paying VM way too much for fiber so in the search for a better deal I've come across this.

Exclusive to Broadbandchoices, you get both a £125 BT Reward Card and £50 cashback by cheque. After all calculations it comes down to just over £20 a month, which is pretty good for fiber at that speed. Deal ends 1am on the 26th, so personally Ill be giving VM a ring tomorrow to see if they can compete with these prices.

*Additional Note: You can choose to add a 20GB Sim on BT Mobile for £15 a month with a £90 Amazon gift card. Net cost: £7.50 a month. (Bargain!!!)

Monthly £29.99
No. of Months 12.00
Upfront Fees £59.99
Gross Total £419.87

Cheque Cashback -£50.00
BT Prepaid Card -£125.00

Net Total £244.87
Net Monthly Total £20.41

89 Comments

I'm also with VM, contracts up on 3rd December but my bills increased by £10 a month this month so not happy at all, they messed up last time I renewed so they can jog on this time if they don't do a decent deal.
I'm not even fussed about TV or phone just net.

Banned

nonameneeded8 m ago

Why cold... someone please enlighten me


Its not cold. Its a good deal. Whats the disconnection fee?

Assume this is for new BT customers only? My contact is up with BT next month and obviously they’ve offered me nothing like this to renew!

Original Poster

VM gave me a loyalty discount last year when my contract was up and now after 12 months thats gone and theyve increased the price, no notification whatsoever. Just goes to show you have to be vigilant and set reminders for expiry dates with these bills

Original Poster

pinkchick19872 m ago

Assume this is for new BT customers only? My contact is up with BT next …Assume this is for new BT customers only? My contact is up with BT next month and obviously they’ve offered me nothing like this to renew!


Correct, new customers only. Maybe quote this deal and see what they say?

pinkchick198712 m ago

Assume this is for new BT customers only? My contact is up with BT next …Assume this is for new BT customers only? My contact is up with BT next month and obviously they’ve offered me nothing like this to renew!

New customers get the best deals, best if you switch to plusnet or another isp provider for 12 months then come back to BT.
Edited by: "rundownnow" 23rd Oct

My BT deal is up soon, is it possible to cancel then sign up again in partners name like you can with Sky ?

Darzen5 m ago

My BT deal is up soon, is it possible to cancel then sign up again in …My BT deal is up soon, is it possible to cancel then sign up again in partners name like you can with Sky ?


Yep.
Just did exactly that.

jh78713 m ago

Yep.Just did exactly that.


Really? Even though it’s the same house?

Yes

Only downside is you lose the telephone number but we rarely use the landline anyway

jh78720 m ago

Only downside is you lose the telephone number but we rarely use the …Only downside is you lose the telephone number but we rarely use the landline anyway

I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may struggle linking it to the wifes new account to get the extra £5 discount. Did you have a SIM only deal aswelll or just tv, calls and broadband?

arronc16 m ago

I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may …I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may struggle linking it to the wifes new account to get the extra £5 discount. Did you have a SIM only deal aswelll or just tv, calls and broadband?


Just broadband and calls for me.
I don't think they will let you link the old mobile contract to new account because it will be different name

Call, quote the deal and cashback etc, cancel when they won't match it. You are normally called back a week or so later and they will match it. Worked for me

Banned

jh7871 h, 25 m ago

Only downside is you lose the telephone number but we rarely use the …Only downside is you lose the telephone number but we rarely use the landline anyway


We swapped every year between providers for the last 5 years & have never lost our number.

nonameneeded2 h, 3 m ago

VM gave me a loyalty discount last year when my contract was up and now …VM gave me a loyalty discount last year when my contract was up and now after 12 months thats gone and theyve increased the price, no notification whatsoever. Just goes to show you have to be vigilant and set reminders for expiry dates with these bills


Yeah thats what I had the loyality thing. I got s new contract last year but after a month I noticed they'd taken my Nat Geo and Discovery channel, they put them back on and apologised... What they didn't tell me was they put me on another 12 month contract from that point, so I've been ripped of one month loyalty and my bill goes up £2 next month same as all VM customers. I'll cancel and just get internet alone, its awesome having 200+ meg but I really don't need it

arronc1 h, 13 m ago

I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may …I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may struggle linking it to the wifes new account to get the extra £5 discount. Did you have a SIM only deal aswelll or just tv, calls and broadband?

If you can live on PAYG for a short transition period, cancel contract in your name, ask for PAC code for your mobile, get a PAYG SIM, port your number, get a new BB & SIM package in your wife's name, port your number back to this new SIM from the PAYG.

Thinking of going back to BT from vodafone, their router is abysmal so you can forget about WIFI.
Also haven't received the so called minimum speeds they promised me.

im on last years deal that came to around 13£ which included basic tv and 52mb net with the 150 (i think) mastercard and about 100 cashback, its due to expire in December. called up a few days ago and they said they can honer the current discount applied to my contract and also keep the free speed boost to 72mb or whatever it is.
18m contract, works out to be around £30pm inclusive of line rental savor.

arronc4 h, 52 m ago

I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may …I'm just about to do this but I have a mobile in my name and think I may struggle linking it to the wifes new account to get the extra £5 discount. Did you have a SIM only deal aswelll or just tv, calls and broadband?

You can start a new contract in your wifes name and easily link the your phone to her account later. We did that before and have the mobiles in my name and broadband in hers.

You'll pay a disconnection charge for the broadband, of £30 or so, when you cancel as you're not moving ISPs.

We've also moved home with 2 months left on the contract in her name and only 10 months after I canceled my broadband, and I did a new account in my name and qualified for all the new costumer bonus. I now have 2 accounts in my name, one for mobiles and another for broadband, and I was told I can link them together again when we cancel her contract next month.

I didn't link the phones until I got all the bonus, just in case, but that didn't take more than a month or two.

I'm not able to try this as I'm on my phone, but you might be able to change the link as if you've been referred by Quidco or Topcasback and get those a well on top of this offer. Have a look at some threads in August where that was done with an MSE deal.

Toon_army7 h, 28 m ago

I'm also with VM, contracts up on 3rd December but my bills increased by …I'm also with VM, contracts up on 3rd December but my bills increased by £10 a month this month so not happy at all, they messed up last time I renewed so they can jog on this time if they don't do a decent deal.I'm not even fussed about TV or phone just net.


Search for virgin media business fibre... It's just the broadband without phone and TV.cheaper by 20 quid per month...

K0YS4 h, 9 m ago

im on last years deal that came to around 13£ which included basic tv and …im on last years deal that came to around 13£ which included basic tv and 52mb net with the 150 (i think) mastercard and about 100 cashback, its due to expire in December. called up a few days ago and they said they can honer the current discount applied to my contract and also keep the free speed boost to 72mb or whatever it is. 18m contract, works out to be around £30pm inclusive of line rental savor.


Ah so you just have Tv and Broadband? No phone at all? Id be happy with that but they keep saying its cheaper to keep the phone.

jh7877 h, 19 m ago

Just broadband and calls for me.I don't think they will let you link the …Just broadband and calls for me.I don't think they will let you link the old mobile contract to new account because it will be different name


They don't seem to care. I recently switched to bt mobile and just ticked the box saying I had infinity even though I don't have it in my name. I think they just asked for the account number so you could use a relatives number. Nothing shows on this linked account and everything is shown and charged to your new mobile account.

Looks like plusnet is the next cheapest at £22.99 per month for an 18month contract, good deal from BT though.

pcangeldust5 h, 45 m ago

Thinking of going back to BT from vodafone, their router is abysmal so you …Thinking of going back to BT from vodafone, their router is abysmal so you can forget about WIFI. Also haven't received the so called minimum speeds they promised me.


Really? I have had the completely opposite experience. I have done what others have suggested and moved to another ISP for a short period as new BT customers get the best deals. In fact as an aside, as a previous customer of over 10 years, the new 'discounted' deal they offered me was more than I was already paying. So I have taken a break. But back to the point you raised. The Vodafone hub has been brilliant, the focused wi-fi feature is a particular highlight, as is the app they have to control it. As for speeds, I went with the 38mb unlimited package and I get that, constantly. I don't need any more as that suits my needs. Save for the nationwide outage a few months ago, which lasted a few hours, it has been brilliant. Couldn't recommend it enough. But all ISPs have their issues I suppose.

Toon_army9 h, 26 m ago

I'm also with VM, contracts up on 3rd December but my bills increased by …I'm also with VM, contracts up on 3rd December but my bills increased by £10 a month this month so not happy at all, they messed up last time I renewed so they can jog on this time if they don't do a decent deal.I'm not even fussed about TV or phone just net.


If this is an out of contract increase, you can leave early. And I think I saw somewhere on another thread, that if you have to pay charges to leave, your new ISP will cover that, limited of course. I couldn't find the link for it, but may be worth looking about for it.

These guys increase prices and can delay installation etc so annoyed with services from bt

kaizhu797 h, 17 m ago

If you can live on PAYG for a short transition period, cancel contract in …If you can live on PAYG for a short transition period, cancel contract in your name, ask for PAC code for your mobile, get a PAYG SIM, port your number, get a new BB & SIM package in your wife's name, port your number back to this new SIM from the PAYG.


I'm under contract so will cost me to end contract

I’ve just left bt because they offered me nothing as a renewal option. Moved to Vodafone 20 a month happy with that betas all the prices and no hassle with vouchers.

If you go through quidco, do you lose the £50 cheque and/or £125 card? Do you go to BT or broadband choices from quidco? Thinking of moving from plusnet as now out of contact with standard broadband. Thanks

I prefer to go with the established BT rather than Vodafone for now. I went with SSE when that was a great deal a year or so ago and have regretted it ever since, terrible speed throttling at peak times, in my opinion because they were new on scene they didnt/dont have the infrastrure to handle everyone.

Plus BT is only 12months so thats a big plus.

nonameneeded10 h, 17 m ago

Why cold... someone please enlighten me



probably because you can get more cashback with TCB or quidco... ?

I am with bt and they keep on putting their prices up.
Just to let you know you will not be on fixed price contract so think twice before joining these fools. Their customer service is pathetic and according to them the customer is always wrong.

rangboutiqe9 m ago

I am with bt and they keep on putting their prices up. Just to let you …I am with bt and they keep on putting their prices up. Just to let you know you will not be on fixed price contract so think twice before joining these fools. Their customer service is pathetic and according to them the customer is always wrong.


So I sign up for a 12month contract and after the first month they can increase the price to whatever they want?

If so surely I can leave if they do that?

rangboutiqe52 m ago

I am with bt and they keep on putting their prices up. Just to let you …I am with bt and they keep on putting their prices up. Just to let you know you will not be on fixed price contract so think twice before joining these fools. Their customer service is pathetic and according to them the customer is always wrong.

Not much different to any other utility providers. You can leave without penalty if they increase prices, which can actually be a good thing if you already cashed in the bonus. I've only paid 2 months and already got £150 voucher +£110 cash back so I'd they raise the prices and I have reasons to leave, at least I made a good profit.

CS is usually helpful enough, unless you're trying to haggle, in which case there's no such luck.
Edited by: "BenLoco" 24th Oct

BenLoco1 m ago

Not much different to any other utility providers. You can leave without …Not much different to any other utility providers. You can leave without penalty if they increase prices, which can actually be a good thing if you already cashed in the bonus. I've only paid 2 months and already got £150 voucher +£110 cash back so I'd they raise the prices and I have reasons to leave, at least I made a good profit.CS is usually helpful enough, unless your trying to haggle, in which case there's no such luck.

That's actually why this time I didn't pay for line rental saver, hoping they'd do that.

smr12 h, 11 m ago

They don't seem to care. I recently switched to bt mobile and just ticked …They don't seem to care. I recently switched to bt mobile and just ticked the box saying I had infinity even though I don't have it in my name. I think they just asked for the account number so you could use a relatives number. Nothing shows on this linked account and everything is shown and charged to your new mobile account.

Doesn't have to be the same name, but should be in the same household.

Makes sense as you can have cards for family members, and they can have their own account even if you pay for everything.

Meluk918 m ago

So I sign up for a 12month contract and after the first month they can …So I sign up for a 12month contract and after the first month they can increase the price to whatever they want?If so surely I can leave if they do that?


im not sure if you can leave for any increase, im sure if its within the rpi you cant, but my new BT contract does say i can leave if they increase the price.but im sure somewhere it will mean above rpi

Meluk947 m ago

I prefer to go with the established BT rather than Vodafone for now. I …I prefer to go with the established BT rather than Vodafone for now. I went with SSE when that was a great deal a year or so ago and have regretted it ever since, terrible speed throttling at peak times, in my opinion because they were new on scene they didnt/dont have the infrastrure to handle everyone.Plus BT is only 12months so thats a big plus.


Agread but you then loose the £50 cheqe
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