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BTSuperfast Fibre Unlimited 50mb including line rental £28.99 / 18m + £9.99 + £40 Reward Card + £100 M&S Voucher
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BTSuperfast Fibre Unlimited 50mb including line rental £28.99 / 18m + £9.99 + £40 Reward Card + £100 M&S Voucher

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Posted 7th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Stay Fast Guarantee – get the speeds we promise you, or £20 back

  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • BT Smart Hub
  • Free access to over 5 million UK wi-fi hotspots
  • Smart Hub – more powerful than the hubs from other big broadband providers
  • No broadband price rises in 2019

18 month contract, then £52.49 a month. £9.99 P&P


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I pay £50 for 500mbps down 36mbps up from virgin buisness :/ lol and this is £20 cheaper cool but 50mbps :/
bravedwarf07/10/2019 09:43

I pay £50 for 500mbps down 36mbps up from virgin buisness :/ lol and this …I pay £50 for 500mbps down 36mbps up from virgin buisness :/ lol and this is £20 cheaper cool but 50mbps :/


I pay £44 for 1 Gbps up and 1 Gbps down. 50 Mbps is plenty for most people for just want to watch Netflix etc.
MentalFloss07/10/2019 09:50

I pay £44 for 1 Gbps up and 1 Gbps down. 50 Mbps is plenty for most people …I pay £44 for 1 Gbps up and 1 Gbps down. 50 Mbps is plenty for most people for just want to watch Netflix etc.


Central london? Or is that the flats 1gbps they do (forget the company’s name) man 500mbps is too sick for Hertfordshire anyways. But 50mbps man lol that’s like 1 4k Netflix stream and some change
I've just signed up to Talk talk, £24.95 a month, guaranteed minimum 57.6 mbs DL, it's a 24 month contract, but will never rise in that period, unlike Virgin who I have cancelled which rose from £27 a month to £37.50 a month
Edited by: "pompey77" 7th Oct
Awful company AVOID
Thanks OP. My 18 month tie-in with EE comes to an end next month, looking out for a new deal.
Terrible wifi speeds with talktalk, i have been trying to sort it out with talktalk they are shocking cannot understsnd half of them but overall not helpful at all
bravedwarf07/10/2019 09:43

I pay £50 for 500mbps down 36mbps up from virgin buisness :/ lol and this …I pay £50 for 500mbps down 36mbps up from virgin buisness :/ lol and this is £20 cheaper cool but 50mbps :/


Don’t have virgin in my area and they’ve been ‘about to install’ for over 4 years now’. This is a great deal for people who have no alternatives. Have some heat
pompey7707/10/2019 10:18

I've just signed up to Talk talk, £24.95 a month, guaranteed minimum 57.6 …I've just signed up to Talk talk, £24.95 a month, guaranteed minimum 57.6 mbs DL, it's a 24 month contract, but will never rise in that period, unlike Virgin who I have cancelled which rose from £27 a month to £37.50 a month


Why don’t you get virgin business ? Say your a youtube and get buisness contract (get emails when line is going down, 24 hours response time to fix anything, English call centres, and 350mbps with telephone is £40ish but yeah..... whatever is best in your area but fml 50mbps is like 2006 era speeds
I would risk the m&s voucher by going through Topcashback for £85. My previous experiences with the reward Mastercard tell me that you can just go and claim the M&S voucher as well when the time comes
bravedwarf07/10/2019 10:54

Why don’t you get virgin business ? Say your a youtube and get buisness c …Why don’t you get virgin business ? Say your a youtube and get buisness contract (get emails when line is going down, 24 hours response time to fix anything, English call centres, and 350mbps with telephone is £40ish but yeah..... whatever is best in your area but fml 50mbps is like 2006 era speeds


Virgin Media coverage is hardly nationwide, but good luck if you can get it.
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Edited by: "scottishpunter" 7th Oct
scottishpunter07/10/2019 11:04

Virgin Media coverage is hardly nationwide, but good luck if you can get …Virgin Media coverage is hardly nationwide, but good luck if you can get it.[Image]


Jesus is that how little of the uk virgin covers :/ man lol like thought it be at least 3 times the areas covered :/ that’s so tiny..... good luck to most of you guys :/
scottishpunter07/10/2019 11:04

Virgin Media coverage is hardly nationwide, but good luck if you can get …Virgin Media coverage is hardly nationwide, but good luck if you can get it.[Image]


that's ridiculous!!
Terrible customer service and watch out for a price increase within 3 months of contract starting
dsmsli07/10/2019 11:48

Terrible customer service and watch out for a price increase within 3 …Terrible customer service and watch out for a price increase within 3 months of contract starting


usually with a price increase you can have the option to opt-out of your contract.
Bought a similar deal 3 months ago. £60 master card arrived but no sign of my M&S £50 voucher. I also signed up to BT sport for a tenner a month and chose an Xbox digital as the free gift and i have not had an email regarding this either.

I cant criticize too much as i haven't chased this up yet but be aware that BT are not quick with the rewards and i bet if i dont contact them i wont receive the voucher or the Xbox.

Great internet though, 50mb line and its bob on.
manshez26907/10/2019 10:36

Terrible wifi speeds with talktalk, i have been trying to sort it out with …Terrible wifi speeds with talktalk, i have been trying to sort it out with talktalk they are shocking cannot understsnd half of them but overall not helpful at all


Same - TalkTalk have the worst customer service i have ever experienced
Never had so many issues, was with talktalk and then had Internet through sky, switched to BT as they had a good deal on, but our speed deffo gets throttled, mornings and evenings it's very slow.

Smart Apps on TV were fine but now netflix and amazon rarely load unless you restart the router twice a day, xbox frequently drops connection.

Obviously BT don't want to know about it.
Wouldn't call this a deal. Voted cold
Not sure why this deal is not hot unless I am missing something?

£28.99 over 18 months = £521.82
Less £40 + £100 M&S = (£140(
Balance = £381.82/18 = £21.21 for 50mb BT super fibre is a fantastic deal.
T9D08/10/2019 11:36

Not sure why this deal is not hot unless I am missing something?


Its BT think that says it all
Will this qualify for Quidco or TCB too?
Edited by: "danetownsend" 8th Oct
Volume was down but I think I just saw and ad for BT at 27.99/month (not sure of speed or term) that comes with free Amazon Prime for one year. Think it said 29pound set up...
kellyllek09/10/2019 12:17

Volume was down but I think I just saw and ad for BT at 27.99/month (not …Volume was down but I think I just saw and ad for BT at 27.99/month (not sure of speed or term) that comes with free Amazon Prime for one year. Think it said 29pound set up...


Here are the new deals. New customers only but if your'e a current Amazon prime ccustomer they'll pick up the tab for your next year. I hope this link works:

bt.com/bro…fdb

I got it from this article: dailyrecord.co.uk/lif…007
Edited by: "kellyllek" 9th Oct
kellyllek09/10/2019 12:21

Here are the new deals. New customers only but if your'e a current Amazon …Here are the new deals. New customers only but if your'e a current Amazon prime ccustomer they'll pick up the tab for your next year. I hope this link works: https://www.bt.com/broadband/deals/?s_cid=con_cic_aff_affwin_vidAJM_broadband&vendorid=AJM&utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=213635&awc=3041_1570619912_8a195168701d0d47372232d7a1aa0fdbI got it from this article: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/lifestyle/money/amazon-prime-free-year-new-20527007


Thanks for that, upfront is an extra £20 so they are getting their £1 back upfront - is prime not about £80?
scottishpunter09/10/2019 12:31

Thanks for that, upfront is an extra £20 so they are getting their £1 back …Thanks for that, upfront is an extra £20 so they are getting their £1 back upfront - is prime not about £80?


Yeah £79 or £79.99. Are these good deals or do you spot others?

I have a friend who made need broadband. Right now she has a 40GB data plan from GiffGaff for £20/month with no contract and uses her phone as a hotspot at home, which is working but data inside her apt. drops badly. Outside it's like 50mbs but inside it is down to 6mbs. Trying to figure out if we need to get a signal booster or what, or just go with a broadband account. She doesn't do netflix or anything, and frankly doesn't need Amazon prime
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