Now Live - BT Unlimited Infinity 1 upto 52mb + Unlim Weekend Calls, £120 Reward Card & £50 cheque - £31.99pm total with activation + Hub del £418.87 (£248.87 taking Rewards/Cheque into account)
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Now Live - BT Unlimited Infinity 1 upto 52mb + Unlim Weekend Calls, £120 Reward Card & £50 cheque - £31.99pm total with activation + Hub del £418.87 (£248.87 taking Rewards/Cheque into account)

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Found 18th Sep 2017
Okay, so this looks decent overall!

Unlimited Weekend Calls - Unlimited Infinity (Upto 52MB) - £120 Reward Card - Claim £50 Cheque within 90 days of installation

There is a £25 activation Fee + £9.99 hub delivery, but the £50 claimed back covers those costs.

£31.99 X 12 Months - £383.88
Plus Hub delivery (£9.99) and activation (£25) - £418.87
Minus the £120 Reward Card - £298.87
Minus £50 Cheque - £248.87

Offer should appear at Midnight on the Get Deal link

Link for Cashback Redemption - HERE

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Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.

Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.
Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)
Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.
got pied when i asked for a better renewal deal from BT. Said im moving to sky and he said "ok fine bye"
YesReally1 h, 31 m ago

Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle …Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.

Been with BT for years never a problem. Must be user error.
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Possible £100 quidco
Edited by: "bargain_up_the_wrong_tree" 18th Sep 2017
Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.

Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.
Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)
Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.
Yesreally! Did Vida charge u £60 for the line
Just beware you may have to chase the reward card. Still haven't received mine after various emails and tickets open with them. Got a call today to say it was on its way again, however it isn't actually in the post yet. Bit of a joke process to be honest.
got pied when i asked for a better renewal deal from BT. Said im moving to sky and he said "ok fine bye"
Would never touch BT again, they are horrendous in every respect.
Looks alright to me! Might try Sky to see what they'll offer first?
sj78 m ago

got pied when i asked for a better renewal deal from BT. Said im moving to …got pied when i asked for a better renewal deal from BT. Said im moving to sky and he said "ok fine bye"

Did same with me today just said bye good customer retention ???
Edmundo0710 m ago

Just beware you may have to chase the reward card. Still haven't received …Just beware you may have to chase the reward card. Still haven't received mine after various emails and tickets open with them. Got a call today to say it was on its way again, however it isn't actually in the post yet. Bit of a joke process to be honest.

Mine took 3 months to arrive from when I claimed it as soon as my broadband was activated. My advice is to make sure you register an official complaint if you haven't already done so. You will be under the radar and more importantly the case will remain open until resolved to your satisfaction.
I got this last year, and everything went fine. Also the transfer speed was great.
YesReally1 h, 2 m ago

Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle …Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.


I can say exactly the same for TalkTalk. My issues were just as serious - also 3 months no internet punctuated by 5 no show visits to connect and which for each i had to take half day from work to be home. After giving me the complete run around they offered me £30 compo for all that. I told them to shove it and will never go back. BT were a joy compared to that.
I recently told BT I'd like to leave, and they offered my the above package (Unlimited Infinity, phone line plus unlimited anytime calls) as well as BT TV, BT Sport and AMC TV. They've sent us the latest equipment too. All for £31.99 per month.
My contract is up very soon so will be trying for this one, they have been very good and reliable. The card and check payment was no issue, highly recommended
YesReally1 h, 31 m ago

Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle …Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.

Been with BT for years never a problem. Must be user error.
Eden003221 m ago

I recently told BT I'd like to leave, and they offered my the above …I recently told BT I'd like to leave, and they offered my the above package (Unlimited Infinity, phone line plus unlimited anytime calls) as well as BT TV, BT Sport and AMC TV. They've sent us the latest equipment too. All for £31.99 per month.

BT are not a retention focused company, I find this quite hard to believe, however you may have somehow got them on a very good day.
I have 52Mb and weekend calls for £27.99 but that's the height of it.
Is the BT sport via BT TV and was the TV package just the starter deal?
BT no thanks stands for bloody terrible.Talk talk and BT must be battling it out for worst provider.
Had the 76mb package and dropped down to the 52mb with phone. Cost me an absolute fortune. With line rental I am now paying around £60 plus per month. You can do the maths. The offers always look tempting but it never works out as cheap as it looks. Service is fine but cant wait to change to a cheaper provider. Dont forget to give them a months notice even if your out of contract or it will cost you.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 18th Sep 2017
Sounds like a good deal. My contract with BT ends in 2 days. Does anyone know if I can get the other half on a new contract with BT as a new customer so she can avail this deal? I think this deal applies to just new customers.
I'm a satisfied bt customer with contract ending this month. Will I be able to claim all this or will it have to be the faster Vodafone deal for £23/month?
Seen too many negative comments on other forums. Money enticement does not replace poor service
Smythey11 h, 56 m ago

Yesreally! Did Vida charge u £60 for the line


Hi, no. Zero connection fee. Just a straight £25 a month. Great speed and soon to receive a pretty nice pair of headphones that was part of the offer at the time 😊
I got mine about 4 months ago now. £29.99 a month + £9.99 for hub. No other costs. £125 reward card and £70 tcb which took the full three months to come through. Better deal than this.
I got a similar deal last year when it was on and I must say I've had the best ever broadband experience with them, and it's been so good we decided to spend another year with them, they upgraded us to infinity 2 and took £2 per month off our bill. We had one problem during our experience with them as it was a router problem and it was sorted within 30 min.

Using Speedtest.net I was getting about 52.5mb dl speed and about 25 ul speed. Now I'm currently getting about 71 upload and 45 upload. It's always worked and couldn't recommend it enough.
memistokkan5 m ago

I got a similar deal last year when it was on and I must say I've had the …I got a similar deal last year when it was on and I must say I've had the best ever broadband experience with them, and it's been so good we decided to spend another year with them, they upgraded us to infinity 2 and took £2 per month off our bill. We had one problem during our experience with them as it was a router problem and it was sorted within 30 min. Using Speedtest.net I was getting about 52.5mb dl speed and about 25 ul speed. Now I'm currently getting about 71 upload and 45 upload. It's always worked and couldn't recommend it enough.

Infinity 2 is a maximum 80Mbps download and 20Mbps upload product.
Infinity 3 and 4 are higher because they are FTTP (fibre to the premises).
memistokkan11 m ago

I got a similar deal last year when it was on and I must say I've had the …I got a similar deal last year when it was on and I must say I've had the best ever broadband experience with them, and it's been so good we decided to spend another year with them, they upgraded us to infinity 2 and took £2 per month off our bill. We had one problem during our experience with them as it was a router problem and it was sorted within 30 min. Using Speedtest.net I was getting about 52.5mb dl speed and about 25 ul speed. Now I'm currently getting about 71 upload and 45 upload. It's always worked and couldn't recommend it enough.

Now you're getting 71 and 45 upload I've never seen broadband that offers upload and upload not download.
eldaras1 h, 35 m ago

I got this last year, and everything went fine. Also the transfer speed …I got this last year, and everything went fine. Also the transfer speed was great.



same here. Went BT broadband and later on BT mobile and very quickly received amazon vouchers.
Not sure how they would treat excising customers tho as looking to renew and prices are higher and 18months only option.
Okay will threaten to leave Sky and mention this deal. Let's see what they can offer lol
Voda is £20 a month for 18 months and no cheques and cards to chase up this works out more than £21.57 a month. Not as good as the BT deal that was £16.33 a month recently
raschoudhury8 m ago

Okay will threaten to leave Sky and mention this deal. Let's see what they …Okay will threaten to leave Sky and mention this deal. Let's see what they can offer lol

(No TV packages on either account below which I think can make a difference for the negative)
Recently I got sky fibre unlimited for £28.99
per month with £100 bill credit, I had already ordered the last MSE BT deal to take over the line so sky knew I wasn't bluffing.
Although last year I got fibre unlimited for £24.99 with £75 bill credit just by selecting cancel broadband on contact us page of my sky.
I've found it hard to get anything decent on sky broadband unlimited, £50 bill credit, £10 off = £18.99 but couldn't even get them to honour the £15 deal but they have said a couple of times there are line rental deals coming but not currently available, maybe they are available now?
YesReally2 h, 34 m ago

Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle …Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.


Been with them for 10+ years, always been fine with me. They even let me keep their box which they were supposed to take back off me.
You just have to know how to deal with these companies properly.
Edited by: "SupremeJaguar" 18th Sep 2017
Anon325 m ago

Voda is £20 a month for 18 months and no cheques and cards to chase up …Voda is £20 a month for 18 months and no cheques and cards to chase up this works out more than £21.57 a month. Not as good as the BT deal that was £16.33 a month recently

Not sure if it's a small percentage but I had to hound them over the missing £25 from my last gift card, £125 instead of £150, finally got it but all these hoops and hurdles are getting a bit long in the tooth.
At least Vodafone are doing a plain discount, no messing.
BT? Don't do it. Love yourself. Love yourself more than this. Choose life. Choose anyone but BT.
jaynino8 m ago

(No TV packages on either account below which I think can make a …(No TV packages on either account below which I think can make a difference for the negative)Recently I got sky fibre unlimited for £28.99 per month with £100 bill credit, I had already ordered the last MSE BT deal to take over the line so sky knew I wasn't bluffing.Although last year I got fibre unlimited for £24.99 with £75 bill credit just by selecting cancel broadband on contact us page of my sky.I've found it hard to get anything decent on sky broadband unlimited, £50 bill credit, £10 off = £18.99 but couldn't even get them to honour the £15 deal but they have said a couple of times there are line rental deals coming but not currently available, maybe they are available now?

Wow. This is useful stuff. I will see what Sky can do for me!
jaynino13 m ago

Not sure if it's a small percentage but I had to hound them over the …Not sure if it's a small percentage but I had to hound them over the missing £25 from my last gift card, £125 instead of £150, finally got it but all these hoops and hurdles are getting a bit long in the tooth.At least Vodafone are doing a plain discount, no messing.


same here! was £125 instead of £150 but no the service is up and running its fine. Fast speed of around 40 so happy with that. Best to use their forums! The guys on there are first class. Sort everything out in a jiffy they even send a text to say a call is coming through so you know its them!

I prefer BT because you don't have to pay by direct debit. You can pay quarterly cash and cheque. Any mistakes and i don;t pay so its better that way

But agree the voda deal is just simple discount on broadband and no activation fee.
BT is some discount here a card here a cheque here. Whats the point? They prob hoping you don't claim can'r see why BT don't just match voda or less and scrap all these stupid cards
BT stands for bong time, they're smoking some strong stuff in the cs department for sure. 10/10 of the not so helpful people I talked to knew nothing about what they were talking about and can't even think to read handovers from previous handlers. Good luck to those who choose these crackpots to handle your connection
Edited by: "squiby" 18th Sep 2017
Been with BT for 5 years. Can't complain, had a few line faults over the years but engineers sorted it
Price is right. Service is spot on.
YesReally2 h, 52 m ago

Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle …Would not touch BT if it was free...and they were giving me Michelle Keegan for the night.Previously with talk talk through a BT line...perfect.Applied for BT fibre through a BT line...without Internet for 3 months (technical issues they repeatedly told me)Now with Vodafone fibe through a BT line...perfect.


Agreed with everything you said, made a mistake leaving Sky Fibre. Been a hell hole from month 1, worst of all you're stuck in a 18 month contract instead of 12.
acj77441 h, 21 m ago

I got mine about 4 months ago now. £29.99 a month + £9.99 for hub. No o …I got mine about 4 months ago now. £29.99 a month + £9.99 for hub. No other costs. £125 reward card and £70 tcb which took the full three months to come through. Better deal than this.


Not if you can also get £100 quidco it isnt . yours works out at £14.57pm , this would be £13.23pm, all provided the quidco tho.
Edited by: "jaddy" 18th Sep 2017
I cancelled my sky broadband and took out BT fibre (upto 52mb) on 25th February this year as it was 10 times faster and cheaper. I paid 'activation fee' of £59.99 and pay £28.99 a month. I received a £150 mastercard and £110 via Quidco. This works out to be £12.32 a month consistently speeds of 40-50megs.
Done this about 6-8months ago, quidco & reward card which worked out about £17 a month unlimited infinity broadband.. no issues with service or reward cards. Plenty of times you'll find two of us streaming movies, one playing online console games and me online 'window' shopping with no issues at all! Best connection we've had in a long time and cheaper than sky/virgin that we've used in past
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