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Free £25 Amazon Voucher with a new BT Vision subscription (£12.50 month) £100 Quidco also!
Free £25 Amazon Voucher with a new BT Vision subscription (£12.50 month) £100 Quidco also!

Free £25 Amazon Voucher with a new BT Vision subscription (£12.50 month) £100 Quidco also!

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Free £25 Amazon Voucher
Free 160GB Vision Box (Normally £30-£60)
Free ESPN (one off £9.99 viewing card)
Free powerline adapters (Worth about £40)
£12.50 a month (£150 12 month contract)
£30 Activation
£100 Quidco available

BT Broadband needed.

The Vision box is HD Ready and can record 80 hours worth of programmes, the box is yours to keep after the 12 month contract.

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im sorry but I have voted cold for the reason been you need bt broadband. Its the killer blow other wise it may have been a good deal

ditto stiffnuts above

Plus £30 'activation' charge....
Sly b*****s....

Original Poster

bilbob

Plus £30 'activation' charge....Sly b*****s....



I've just seen that! Will amend now.

First time ive seen them charge the activation fee.

bilbob

Plus £30 'activation' charge....Sly b*****s....



where is this deal on the bt site ?

Original Poster

KiNG

where is this deal on the bt site ?



Its on the main page bt.com

Remember to go through Quidco though and once ordered you fill out a quick form with your order number and they'll send the voucher out.

Don't know why go to deal link is wrong..

cold from me, I wouldn't "go back" to BT even if they paid me.

my sky BB Is very very slow so tempted to go to bt

I've actually signed up to bt bb, as I can get infinity, and I was going to go for vision too, particularly as the cashback is soooo tempting. But when I say that unless you sign up for an extended subscription, agreeing to pay 12.50 a month, then the box is 60 quid, plus the 'activation' fee, plus the tenner to get espn, then far from free, it's a hundred quid!
So I've got the BB going in, and stuff the vision, especially as the vision box can't even receive fvhd yet...

bilbob

I've actually signed up to bt bb, as I can get infinity, and I was going … I've actually signed up to bt bb, as I can get infinity, and I was going to go for vision too, particularly as the cashback is soooo tempting. But when I say that unless you sign up for an extended subscription, agreeing to pay 12.50 a month, then the box is 60 quid, plus the 'activation' fee, plus the tenner to get espn, then far from free, it's a hundred quid! So I've got the BB going in, and stuff the vision, especially as the vision box can't even receive fvhd yet...



Likewise - just switched to BT Broadband... was interested in vision, but they wanted to charge for the box so I said no to Vision.

I managed to get a box for free on a 12 month contract at one of those BT stands in a shopping centre(Castle Court in Belfast), they grab you when passing, said I wasn't interested due to the activation fee and price for the box, considering sky(at the time) didn't charge for either and they offered dedicated HD channels, they said they would waive the activation fee, I said I'd rather them waive the fee for the box, they agreed!! When they processed it, I wasn't charged either after various calls where made to a manager by one of the staff, I was going to post the details, but I have no proof and there is no such offer on the website, I was already an existing BT landline and BB customer, not tied into a contract, so not sure if this swung it or not! Really happy with the service, support(when needed, only once) and the bundle I am on is excellent for my needs and price suits perfectly!
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