Superfast Fibre Unlimited & Weekend Calls £29.99pm (£9.99 router fee - 18mo contract) + £120 BT Reward Card - now live @ BT
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Superfast Fibre Unlimited & Weekend Calls £29.99pm (£9.99 router fee - 18mo contract) + £120 BT Reward Card - now live @ BT

£29.99£34.9914%BT Broadband Deals
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Found 28th Jun
29/06 now live

Just got wind of a new offer going live with BT Broadband tomorrow, with their superfast Fibre Unlimited Plan dropping to the same monthly price as their essential, PLUS an £120 Gift card thrown in to sweeten the deal.

18 x £29.99 + £9.99 = £549.81 minus gift card credit of £120 = £23.87 per month

  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • BT Smart Hub - the UK’s most powerful wi-fi vs major broadband providers
  • Free access to over 5 million UK wi-fi hotspots
  • Unlimited UK weekend calls

The BT Reward card is preloaded with funds you can spend at most merchants that display the Mastercard®. Only available to new BT customers ordering BT Broadband/BT Superfast Fibre on bt.com. Available with or without TV. Claim once your broadband is up and running. T&Cs apply
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I signed up 5 months ago and the service has been shocking and always buffering. It’s quicker to use my 4G on my mobile. Fortunately they increased the price and said we can leave without a fee. WHAT A BLESSING
nobbyogden28th Jun

BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established …BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established customers like manure.What is it with the constant churn of subscribers? Is it such a bad business model to treat people in a way that would them want to stay with you?


Simple switch, thats what happens when theres no watchdog to look after the interest of consumers, i just switched from virgin to bt after being with virgin for the last 10 years was fed up with being taken for a fool and overcharged to being a loyal customer. They must make the bulk of their money by overcharging old vunerable people that dont switch so perfer this business model where they squeeze loyal customers of every penny that they can.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 30th Jun
No matter how good the deal, i would never go back to BT.
They’ll probably ramp the price up mid-contract, but it’s all fine, you can just move supplier.

I was paying £29.99 a month for the same thing, got £150 reward card and £90 quidco cashback. 6 months in they tell me my price will go up, so I’ve moved to Plusnet. So they’ve basically paid me to have their internet for the last 6 months
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Quidco?
BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established customers like manure.

What is it with the constant churn of subscribers? Is it such a bad business model to treat people in a way that would them want to stay with you?
Edited by: "nobbyogden" 28th Jun
jonnybravo9921 m ago

Quidco?


Yes but you need to play about with the URL a bit.
I found it easier using 2 different browsers to do this.
I went for this deal last week, I had an email from Topcashback that it had tracked but I didn't go through Tcb
What speed is this for please in Mbps?

Edit: Never mind, found out it's 50Mbps
Edited by: "Crossbow" 29th Jun
Good deal for a short contract. Give it till january and they will be hiking prices again so you will be able to break your contract and keep the cashback etc.
I signed up 5 months ago and the service has been shocking and always buffering. It’s quicker to use my 4G on my mobile. Fortunately they increased the price and said we can leave without a fee. WHAT A BLESSING
nobbyogden28th Jun

BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established …BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established customers like manure.What is it with the constant churn of subscribers? Is it such a bad business model to treat people in a way that would them want to stay with you?


Simple switch, thats what happens when theres no watchdog to look after the interest of consumers, i just switched from virgin to bt after being with virgin for the last 10 years was fed up with being taken for a fool and overcharged to being a loyal customer. They must make the bulk of their money by overcharging old vunerable people that dont switch so perfer this business model where they squeeze loyal customers of every penny that they can.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 30th Jun
hooray.henry7 m ago

Good deal for a short contract. Give it till january and they will be …Good deal for a short contract. Give it till january and they will be hiking prices again so you will be able to break your contract and keep the cashback etc.


Someone posted the other week that their hiking prices in september so looks like my new contract with them will be a short one if they dont cancel the hike
happy with my 19.99 nottv fibre, even has good support,no waiting, more than can be said for BT and locked into 18month deal, pass
My bloody cabinet is full with a seemingly endless waitlist but sky will charge me more for adsl when my contract ends. Will apply some heat.
I'm still waiting for my reward card from when I signed up in end of April!!
Been with them from January. Been fine no complaints. But I hear that the prices are going up from September. Didn't receive any email though.. Yet!
If bt are putting there prices up in September, can you get out of the contract early with no cancellation fees
topper6358 m ago

I'm still waiting for my reward card from when I signed up in end of …I'm still waiting for my reward card from when I signed up in end of April!!


Did you claim it from productsandservices.bt.com/man…rd/
Fingers crossed some of the other providers will try and do deals to compete as I have just been told my Black Friday deal is increasing September so I have 30 days to do something else and leave free of charge. Worked out well after the £100 gift card and £100 topcashback.
May cancel and sign up in the Mrs name, I know members on here have done that in the past no problem.
BIGDADDY1422 m ago

If bt are putting there prices up in September, can you get out of the …If bt are putting there prices up in September, can you get out of the contract early with no cancellation fees


Yes you can. I’ve had an email saying mine is going up (only been with them 4 months!!) and they’re giving me the option to leave with 30 days notice... goodbye BT
No matter how good the deal, i would never go back to BT.
What speed fibre is it? Wonder if SKY have any offerings. Want to upgrade my speed.
Edited by: "mikeypr" 28th Jun
nobbyogden3 h, 0 m ago

BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established …BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established customers like manure.What is it with the constant churn of subscribers? Is it such a bad business model to treat people in a way that would them want to stay with you?


They all do it.
price rise due in Sept/ OCt. i got the Email GRR
Showing 31.99 / month for me - now applying adjusted monthly rate
Ignore me - re-read the op
Edited by: "lump" 28th Jun
cobble1231 h, 34 m ago

Did you claim it from …Did you claim it from https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/manage/bt-reward-card/


Yes I have claimed. All I get is emails saying it will be with you in 30 days. I have sent 5 or so emails to them. Each time it is replied by somebody different each saying 30days. Been going on for nearly 60days now. Also waiting for Quidco to pay out. What a nightmare.
mikeypr1 h, 37 m ago

What speed fibre is it? Wonder if SKY have any offerings. Want to upgrade …What speed fibre is it? Wonder if SKY have any offerings. Want to upgrade my speed.


Asked the same question earlier, no response - found out later it's up to 50Mbps.

The next step-up is 'up to 67Mbps' & costs around £10 more, called 'Superfast Fibre 2 Unlimited'.
Cuddl3s8 h, 53 m ago

Simple switch, thats what happens when theres no watchdog to look after …Simple switch, thats what happens when theres no watchdog to look after the interest of consumers, i just switched from virgin to bt after being with virgin for the last 10 years was fed up with being taken for a fool and overcharged to being a loyal customer. They must make the bulk of their money by overcharging old vunerable people that dont switch so perfer this business model whete they flog loyal customers of every penny that they can.


The problem is that Virgin have their own network, and tbh anything on the BT/Openreach network is god-awful.
"Up-to" 50Mbs and constant drop-offs.
Stuck paying Virgin as it's 105/110Mbs when paying for 100Mbs but it's constant and never down.

Shameful really since the Virgin network is the old Cabletel/NTL network here and it was put down in 1999.
Nearly 20 years and the Openreach phone infrastructure is nowhere near on-par, some local places are lucky if they get 2Mbs.
Total wind-up that brand spanking new, super fast fibre broadband can even be called that, when it's limited to 80Mbs, nvm the chances of actually getting that speed is near impossible.

Virgin have us by the danglies and they know it.
They’ll probably ramp the price up mid-contract, but it’s all fine, you can just move supplier.

I was paying £29.99 a month for the same thing, got £150 reward card and £90 quidco cashback. 6 months in they tell me my price will go up, so I’ve moved to Plusnet. So they’ve basically paid me to have their internet for the last 6 months
"Just got wind" = BT PR dropped you a line or it's on MSE's front page
I got the same deal cheaper in an EE store last week.
We moved into a new house end of last year, had no option but to use BT because of that and pay nearly £50 a month just for line rental and fibre. It's an 18 month contract and I would love to get out of it, especially when before we were paying half as much for Sky in a rental.
olivarrr52 m ago

They’ll probably ramp the price up mid-contract, but it’s all fine, you can …They’ll probably ramp the price up mid-contract, but it’s all fine, you can just move supplier.I was paying £29.99 a month for the same thing, got £150 reward card and £90 quidco cashback. 6 months in they tell me my price will go up, so I’ve moved to Plusnet. So they’ve basically paid me to have their internet for the last 6 months



That's odd as I had the same deal and it was protected from price rises for the duration of the contract.

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Anyway, my contract ends in September 19th, 3 days before the rise,which is nice timing I guess. No price-hike email anyway.....yet.
Edited by: "Splashmo" 29th Jun
Had the email about price rises but have a deal for free BT Sport which I think is a separate contract so don’t think I can cancel?
Got the same deal but with a 150 gift card in April. They keep running these promotions. Upload speeds are capped at 10 mb/s which is a shame. Most fiber tends to be symmetric. But good experience till now. No downtimes etc. speed is constant. Got the reward card on time as well. Quidco also confirmed cashback. Got a mobile connection from them as well since they give 5 quid a month off if you have their broadband
Price going up in September
Edited by: "sonofgojira" 29th Jun
nobbyogden11 h, 33 m ago

BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established …BT doing decent new customer deals yet continuing to treat established customers like manure.What is it with the constant churn of subscribers? Is it such a bad business model to treat people in a way that would them want to stay with you?


Quite simple move I do.We all know bt stands for bloody terrible.EE do fibre free connection £25 a month and £80 top cash back.Mine paid within a month.
pureamz0039 h, 42 m ago

Been with them from January. Been fine no complaints. But I hear that the …Been with them from January. Been fine no complaints. But I hear that the prices are going up from September. Didn't receive any email though.. Yet!


I didn’t receive an email either. I just rang them up saying I’ve heard the news and they’re letting me leave! Turns out customer service can’t see whether you’ve received the email or not. So yeah!! EE Fibre here we come!
BIGDADDY149 h, 29 m ago

If bt are putting there prices up in September, can you get out of the …If bt are putting there prices up in September, can you get out of the contract early with no cancellation fees


Yes. Yes and yes.
topper6310 h, 27 m ago

I'm still waiting for my reward card from when I signed up in end of …I'm still waiting for my reward card from when I signed up in end of April!!


You have to log in to your account and actually say you want it or they won’t send it
If you take advantage of this offer, how likely it will be that the price will go up within next 12 months? I bet September increase won't apply this time?
jonnybravo9911 h, 57 m ago

Quidco?



LOL_is_stupid11 h, 36 m ago

Yes but you need to play about with the URL a bit.I found it easier using …Yes but you need to play about with the URL a bit.I found it easier using 2 different browsers to do this.


Offer available directly through Quidco + £95 cashback
Price after 18 months £52.49!
They had a better slightly deal yesterday which I took. Same price but £100 MasterCard and £40 M&S voucher. Not much of a difference though, especially given how expensive M&S is. Heat added.
Edited by: "Ironthroneking" 29th Jun
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