Fibre Broadband Unlimited Infinity 1 for £10.99/month + £17.99 Line Rental & £49.99 Activation Fee (12 Month Contract) + a £125 BT Reward Card @ BT
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Fibre Broadband Unlimited Infinity 1 for £10.99/month + £17.99 Line Rental & £49.99 Activation Fee (12 Month Contract) + a £125 BT Reward Card @ BT

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Found 20th May 2016
Seems like the only really decent offer on Infinity 1 at the moment.
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SSE £21 a month all in including line rental

SSE £21 a month all in including line rental


and £84 TCB cashback.

SSE £21 a month all in including line rental



+ 18 month agreement.

and £84 TCB cashback.



What will stop me getting cashback?
Purchases completed over the phone cannot be tracked and will not receive cashback on the order.
Using a promotional/voucher codes not posted and approved by TopCashback.

What else is essential?
In order to click through to this merchant and earn cashback you must have your BACS details registered
ONLY existing BT lines customers can purchase SSE Broadband online and only these applications are eligible for cashback.
Edited by: "veedubjai" 20th May 2016
New customers to BT can get TCP or Quidco cashback.

BT rotate these deals every week, this is about the best deal that ever comes up.
Edited by: "4Real2016" 20th May 2016
£140 quidco (not guarenteed) currently. Add the TV Starter pack for a £10 activation and then you have the BT Sports channels also, and AMC if that interests you.
I can't seem to get a link from quidco or tcb to this offer, all of their links take you to a £20 a month deal.

Seems this price is via cable.co.uk only? Could be wrong though..... any advice on how best to get cashback?
thanks but both those links take you to £20 per month for infinity 1 rather than the £10.99
worth noting the Line rental price is about to go up by £1/month to £18.99

I can't seem to get a link from quidco or tcb to this offer, all of their … I can't seem to get a link from quidco or tcb to this offer, all of their links take you to a £20 a month deal.Seems this price is via cable.co.uk only? Could be wrong though..... any advice on how best to get cashback?



The bottom link on TCB seems to come up with this exact offer. Can't check Quidco right now, but it's usually been okay in the past. Although, I can see on some of the links it seems to be missing this.

thanks but both those links take you to £20 per month for infinity 1 … thanks but both those links take you to £20 per month for infinity 1 rather than the £10.99



open up quidco/topcashback in another window and complete your purchase on the BT site - it uses cookies to track the purchase. worked for me many times
Thanks guys Will the fact I went through topcashback for a different BT offer for Infinity 1 (on Wednesday) then cancelled today for this offer as its better, lower my chances of getting the cashback? Or is it better to go through Quidco rather than Topcashback now?

Pretty new to cashback so any advice from people who know more is appreciated

worth noting the Line rental price is about to go up by £1/month to £18.99



There's Line Rental Saver option to protect price increases over the 12m term. If you want option to leave at any moment then there's not much choice but to hope BT do another price increase while in contract then you may have option of get out clause.

You should ask yourself, what chance BT will have 2 price increase while you're in contract over the period of 12m? Take in to account when will BT impose that price increase after this July 2016.
Would not use BT even if this deal was free! life too short for all the stress and agro they also provide.
Once GREAT institution aka BT now just reduced to a shambles of an organisation.

Obsessed with cost cutting & out sourcing.

Destroyed their own company

Would not use BT even if this deal was free! life too short for all the … Would not use BT even if this deal was free! life too short for all the stress and agro they also provide.


This.

If BT called me now and said we can give you line rental and fibre free for a year, and I'd pay nothing at all, I still would pay to use another provider instead. Awful, awful company.

There's Line Rental Saver option to protect price increases over the 12m … There's Line Rental Saver option to protect price increases over the 12m term. If you want option to leave at any moment then there's not much choice but to hope BT do another price increase while in contract then you may have option of get out clause.You should ask yourself, what chance BT will have 2 price increase while you're in contract over the period of 12m? Take in to account when will BT impose that price increase after this July 2016.



I presume it would all depend on the customer churn following the upcoming price increase as to whether its viable for them have a 2nd price increase mid contract. Its unlikely, but not impossible.

Virgin in recent years did this, and there was some fallout.

The key with this deal is the price though... as talking about Virgin its a tenner a month and you get £125 prepaid card!
I guess the deal is probably the best out there solely based on BT Infinity and not comparing it to other providers and deals. Just everyone hates BT! haha!

I guess the deal is probably the best out there solely based on BT … I guess the deal is probably the best out there solely based on BT Infinity and not comparing it to other providers and deals. Just everyone hates BT! haha!


The problem is, it's not a hot deal if the product is so bad, no matter what the price is.

The problem is, it's not a hot deal if the product is so bad, no matter … The problem is, it's not a hot deal if the product is so bad, no matter what the price is.



Agreed. However upon reading reviews on Infinity they're very hit and miss. It beats someone paying full price I guess even if it's not a deal.
Edited by: "SkyBlues1990" 20th May 2016

I guess the deal is probably the best out there solely based on BT … I guess the deal is probably the best out there solely based on BT Infinity and not comparing it to other providers and deals. Just everyone hates BT! haha!



My experience with BT has always been good. Broadband generally consistant, customer service always being consistent when I have had to contact them. Even when I have had problems they've been rather specific and delivered. Maybe I'm just lucky, but we all have different experiences.
Heat from me anyway SkyBlues, you saved me money and im hopeful not to hate BT after 12 months like so many here apparantly do lol

Worked out good value as I needed a new BT line put in so saved me £130 for that as its free with fibre. Also paid for a years line rental upfront which saves 10%.

All costs out its £393.11 for the year, TCB + Mastercard cashback is £246.20 (assuming I get them both) so works out im paying £12.24 a month for BT Starter, Infinity 1, BT Sport, New line put in and free weekend calls.

I presume it would all depend on the customer churn following the … I presume it would all depend on the customer churn following the upcoming price increase as to whether its viable for them have a 2nd price increase mid contract. Its unlikely, but not impossible. Virgin in recent years did this, and there was some fallout.The key with this deal is the price though... as talking about Virgin its a tenner a month and you get £125 prepaid card!



You're right on this deal is a good price. Was looking at the SSE deal, hotukdeals.com/dea…394 & clearly they are trying to poach BT customers due to BT's price increase with their great cashback offer but it's a 18m term which I find too long. I'm a Sky user & would certainly lose out on SSE cashback offer + I can't get ultra broadband anyway.

It's about time Ofcom need to ban these 18/24m contracts as I feel it just stifles competition as no one can guarantee service levels for consistency across the whole spectrum. Every ISP will always have good & bad reviews but one needs to take into context what was the complaint that could not be not be resolved amicably giving the hatre from past/current customers towards BT for the rest of their lives.

Gotta laugh though, does everyone really hate BT that much?X)

Still think best not to stay loyal to one ISP & change every year for better offers just like car insurance. Loyalty never always pays.
Edited by: "veedubjai" 20th May 2016

Heat from me anyway SkyBlues, you saved me money and im hopeful not to … Heat from me anyway SkyBlues, you saved me money and im hopeful not to hate BT after 12 months like so many here apparantly do lolWorked out good value as I needed a new BT line put in so saved me £130 for that as its free with fibre. Also paid for a years line rental upfront which saves 10%.All costs out its £393.11 for the year, TCB + Mastercard cashback is £246.20 (assuming I get them both) so works out im paying £12.24 a month for BT Starter, Infinity 1, BT Sport, New line put in and free weekend calls.



Glad it saved you a bit of money pal!
Unless you have an unstable line you shouldn't really worry as you wont need to use customer service.

The actual product FTTC will be the same no matter what provider you use, the only difference will be the router provided.
bt ok , compared to talktalk, who distribute your details to every tom dick and bihari. And their customer disservice woo boy.
If you can wait, BT are likely to put up a sale price of £10 per month for Infinity 1. Then you can get your cash back on top of that.
No idea when they'll put it up but they seem to change prices every week.

I'm confused, where did this deal come from? because its not available from their main site and I notice the url contains the word "affiliate"

I regularly check their main site which is a different deal

productsandservices.bt.com/pro…ges

If you can wait, BT are likely to put up a sale price of £10 per month … If you can wait, BT are likely to put up a sale price of £10 per month for Infinity 1



I would be surprised if it gets that low again as Openreach charge them more for the 52MB service than the old 38MB service.

This is the lowest its been since the speed upgrade.
Edited by: "4Real2016" 20th May 2016

I'm confused, where did this deal come from? because its not available … I'm confused, where did this deal come from? because its not available from their main site and I notice the url contains the word "affiliate"I regularly check their main site which is a different dealhttps://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/broadband-packages#fibreI would be surprised if it gets that low again as Openreach charge them more for the 52MB service than the old 38MB service.This is the lowest its been since the speed upgrade.



Discount vouchers. I went through their link.

Discount vouchers. I went through their link.



ok that explains it thanks.

ok that explains it thanks.



No problem
Does anyone know if there is a way to use quidco or tcb on this offer? Just wanted to check before going for it

Does anyone know if there is a way to use quidco or tcb on this offer? … Does anyone know if there is a way to use quidco or tcb on this offer? Just wanted to check before going for it



Go through to the normal BT website from Quidco or TCB, then paste this link into your browser:
productsandservices.bt.com/pro…and

Complete the purchase at the reduced rate. The cashback should track fine - there was a thread last year where this method worked fine.
Does anyone know the if the current quidco deals that say broadband include infinity in them or are they only for standard copper broadband?
grinnaslee

SSE £21 a month all in including line rental



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