Updated 26 Jan: BT Unlimited Infinity fibre broadband 52 - £29.99 pm +  £29.99 upfront cost (18 month contract price total £569.81) + £125 MasterCard reward card
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Updated 26 Jan: BT Unlimited Infinity fibre broadband 52 - £29.99 pm + £29.99 upfront cost (18 month contract price total £569.81) + £125 MasterCard reward card

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Found 13th Jan
* Updated 26 Jan*

MasterCard Reward Card now increased to £125 (previously £95) on Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls 18 month contract





Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls (up to 76mb) 18 month contract





How does the Reward Card work?

  • The BT Reward Card comes preloaded with credit you can spend anywhere that accepts MasterCard

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Original Post 13th January

BT Unlimited Infinity fibre broadband 52

(£29.99 X 18 months = £539.82 - £ 95 BT Reward MasterCard )


However you look at this it can’t be a bad deal.


I was about signing up for Vodafone Home Broadband as I already have their sim contract, but the reviews I’ve read about Vodafone Broadband makes me sick.

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Was £9.99 setup and £125.00 MasterCard the other day for 52M
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Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November sign up....no problems so far, working out at pennies over £20 month for 18 months including all calls and BT Sport HD...which when you consider I was paying £22 forSport on its own is a great deal
Was £9.99 setup and £125.00 MasterCard the other day for 52M
Thanks for sharing, bad experience with BT, not for me, sorry
Terrible service. Bad deal!
vodafone are doing fibre unlimited broadband for £20.
Don't rule out the Vodafone 76mb fibre for £24 a month if it's still on. No need to redeem MasterCard, hoping Quidco tracks and pays, and only slightly more than the effective cost for better speed.

As with the poster above, my experience with BT wasn't fantastic either. In early days with Vodafone but so far all good and 5-6mb better speed than BT.
chrismc200502 m ago

Terrible service. Bad deal!vodafone are doing fibre unlimited broadband …Terrible service. Bad deal!vodafone are doing fibre unlimited broadband for £20.


It's worth noting that the Vodafone fibre product is only 38mb on the lower option, whereas BT do 52mb.
Pr0zZy13 m ago

Was £9.99 setup and £125.00 MasterCard the other day for 52M



That`s what i got plus £80 Quidco
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chrismc2005010 m ago

Terrible service. Bad deal!vodafone are doing fibre unlimited broadband …Terrible service. Bad deal!vodafone are doing fibre unlimited broadband for £20.


Better go and Read what customers are saying about Vodafone Home Broadband. I'm sure you won't have their fiber for 15 quid monthly.
ahenners7 m ago

It's worth noting that the Vodafone fibre product is only 38mb on the …It's worth noting that the Vodafone fibre product is only 38mb on the lower option, whereas BT do 52mb.


38mb is good enough for most people, 14 mb difference not going to make major difference. My experience with BT is they throttle your connnection alot, Router always disconnects and resets itself!
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chrismc200503 m ago

38mb is good enough for most people, 14 mb difference not going to make …38mb is good enough for most people, 14 mb difference not going to make major difference. My experience with BT is they throttle your connnection alot, Router always disconnects and resets itself!


Maybe you had the old equipment on a 17 meg broadband.
BT fiber seems to stand out with virgin going by users are saying
chrismc200505 m ago

38mb is good enough for most people, 14 mb difference not going to make …38mb is good enough for most people, 14 mb difference not going to make major difference. My experience with BT is they throttle your connnection alot, Router always disconnects and resets itself!


It's almost a third extra speed over the 38mb product. Agreed, many may not notice the difference, but when it's almost exactly the same price, I can't see how the Vodafone 38mb is a better option. That's even regardless of the issues I've had first hand with BT.
I found BT to be really reliable on fibre and they never throttled my connection but they were expensive so I left I'm getting the 76 meg from sky for £21 including line rental and they have been good
Edited by: "Smadmad" 13th Jan
My BT broadband is excellent no problem. Thank god left Vodafone crap router.
Edited by: "koolishy67" 13th Jan
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Smadmad11 m ago

I found BT to be really reliable on fibre and they never throttled my …I found BT to be really reliable on fibre and they never throttled my connection but they were expensive so I left I'm getting the 76 meg from sky for £21 including line rental and they have been good


Sky told me today £38.99 for fiber 38mb .
So you must be lucky to have 71mb at £21
kayceelondon8 m ago

Sky told me today £38.99 for fiber 38mb . So you must be lucky to have …Sky told me today £38.99 for fiber 38mb . So you must be lucky to have 71mb at £21


I called sky before leaving BT and got the full tv package and fibre for £75.50 a month should have been £122. This was 4 months ago
I currently have Sky for internet, tv and phone. I am currently working through my 31 day notice. When I got Sky, I had to have a white Openreach box fitted to my wall so that the phone and internet could plug into it. If I change over to BT broadband, will they use the same Openreach box for the phone and internet that I would like to get with them? Also, do any extra cables have to be installed for the tv package (at the moment I've got the Sky dish)? Thank you.
Wouldn't touch Vodafone if I was you signed up with them 3 months ago on the 76mbs deal and was getting 5mbs speeds at most times terrible service too
Was looking at the Infinity 1 package, however, that one does not seem to come with a reward card.
Sophiasky30 m ago

I currently have Sky for internet, tv and phone. I am currently working …I currently have Sky for internet, tv and phone. I am currently working through my 31 day notice. When I got Sky, I had to have a white Openreach box fitted to my wall so that the phone and internet could plug into it. If I change over to BT broadband, will they use the same Openreach box for the phone and internet that I would like to get with them? Also, do any extra cables have to be installed for the tv package (at the moment I've got the Sky dish)? Thank you.


I did this the other day and there was no charge for a new line, but you can check if you go through the sign up process it will show whether you need a new line and if so whether you will be charged for it, without going all the way through the sign up process.
Good deal. BT is probably the best ISP in UK. Even if you pay £5 more / month, the others are amateurs.
One of the lucky ones who have recently had FTTP installed around my area as it’s had brand new housing been built around it for past 10 years. been on standard 16mb since the time of dawn. finally ordered real fibre B.B. 300mb down 20mb up. £60 a month should be good as use it for gaming, Netflix, multiple devices connected at once excited no more slow internet. Can finally watch blue planet 2 in 4K on iPlayer
Sophiasky1 h, 0 m ago

I currently have Sky for internet, tv and phone. I am currently working …I currently have Sky for internet, tv and phone. I am currently working through my 31 day notice. When I got Sky, I had to have a white Openreach box fitted to my wall so that the phone and internet could plug into it. If I change over to BT broadband, will they use the same Openreach box for the phone and internet that I would like to get with them? Also, do any extra cables have to be installed for the tv package (at the moment I've got the Sky dish)? Thank you.


Shouldn't need a new line. I am also on Sky and looked at changing a couple of years ago to someone that was running a good deal at the time (Can't remember who). They switch the phone without any problem but, apparently, there could be a delay in getting the broadband connection working. Something about being on a LLU and needing to change something in the box at the end of the street (Openreach job)
Pr0zZy2 h, 38 m ago

Was £9.99 setup and £125.00 MasterCard the other day for 52M


24.99 a month too?

Edit scrap that I paid 29.99.

How does BT infinity work? Is it off existing phone lines? I take it it isn't ADSL?
Edited by: "jameswalker457" 13th Jan
twinkle5 h, 12 m ago

Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November s …Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November sign up....no problems so far, working out at pennies over £20 month for 18 months including all calls and BT Sport HD...which when you consider I was paying £22 forSport on its own is a great deal


I signed up for this... not got my quidco yet and forgot I had to claim for the master card till last week when trying to sort it, but it is on the way now.

Basically was getting charged £5 extra for BT Sport HD even though I had a screen shot of my checkout saying it was free for 18 months... Had just conceded defeat and asked to cancel the HD part to go back to SD and finally got them to concede.

The Broadband is a breath of fresh air after being on John Lewis for 11 months (i still had about 14 days of my contract when BT connected but didn't get hit with any silly charges at least...which BT would have done)

What you find is when you leave BT, you loose a day of broadband (as they seem to get the best out the connection and you connect at midnight). When we went back to BT, the internet was up and running by 6 a.m a few minutes after disconnecting from John Lewis.
Edited by: "SavageDonkey" 13th Jan
twinkle5 h, 35 m ago

Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November s …Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November sign up....no problems so far, working out at pennies over £20 month for 18 months including all calls and BT Sport HD...which when you consider I was paying £22 forSport on its own is a great deal


How do get the MasterCard, just got activated yesterday and quidco tracked. Thought I read somewhere you had to email within first 30 days.
This deal looks pretty good. Currently with Sky 17mb broadband, but doesn't end til March. Been thinking about moving to fibre for a while, is it worth paying the extra for it?
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badger26091 h, 31 m ago

This deal looks pretty good. Currently with Sky 17mb broadband, but …This deal looks pretty good. Currently with Sky 17mb broadband, but doesn't end til March. Been thinking about moving to fibre for a while, is it worth paying the extra for it?


Sign-up now and book installation in march
kayceelondon3 m ago

Sign-up now and book installation in march


Didn't realise you could do this, cheers
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twinkle19 h, 52 m ago

Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November s …Just received my Quidco £75 and £100 Mastercard from BT from my November sign up....no problems so far, working out at pennies over £20 month for 18 months including all calls and BT Sport HD...which when you consider I was paying £22 forSport on its own is a great deal


Do you mind telling me if BT fiber broadband is worth it ?
ahenners13th Jan

Don't rule out the Vodafone 76mb fibre for £24 a month if it's still on. …Don't rule out the Vodafone 76mb fibre for £24 a month if it's still on. No need to redeem MasterCard, hoping Quidco tracks and pays, and only slightly more than the effective cost for better speed.As with the poster above, my experience with BT wasn't fantastic either. In early days with Vodafone but so far all good and 5-6mb better speed than BT.


+1 for Vodafone after 2 months of service. I went in with very low expectations but I have been more than happy with the service. Interestingly I went for the 38mbs speed and consistently get that speed. But when I was with BT I was on 76mbs and usually hovered around 50-60.
signed up with BT back when it was £80 TBC and £200 reward card. TCB didn't pay out.... They upped my Infinity 1 to 72mb for free with 200gb of cloud storage and free BT sport for 12 months. My net is very stable and they have never throttled my speed even once. The CS seems to have gotten better as they have been fine the last few times I contacted them. If you plan to pay for BT sports then it makes zero sense to go with someone other than BT.
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basith9947 h, 36 m ago

https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html?cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-47868-_-Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd-_-1&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=47868&utm_campaign=Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd&awc=273_1515889566_1ca9bc01de984a1ea66d473b52638156Cheaper through that link


Just checked it out and its quite interesting. However....do you not think this will ruin Quidco chances ? Although I don't think it matters in the end cos they all work out nearly same.
£5 more on the reward mastercard + £40 Boots card .
Quidco cashback is still slightly better
Do you get caller ID with the BT packages? We find that quite useful with Sky
basith99416 h, 58 m ago

https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html?cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-47868-_-Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd-_-1&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=47868&utm_campaign=Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd&awc=273_1515889566_1ca9bc01de984a1ea66d473b52638156Cheaper through that link


That offer expired 4 Jan. The countdown for how long is left has ended.
Burgmeister2 h, 10 m ago

Do you get caller ID with the BT packages? We find that quite useful with …Do you get caller ID with the BT packages? We find that quite useful with Sky


Caller ID with BT is usually free for the first 12 months of an 18 month contract then £1.75pm.
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basith99419 h, 25 m ago

https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html?cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-47868-_-Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd-_-1&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=47868&utm_campaign=Pepper%20Deals%20Ltd&awc=273_1515889566_1ca9bc01de984a1ea66d473b52638156Cheaper through that link


This is in no doubt better because of additional £5 on mastercard reward + one-off discount of £20 but definitely NOT quidco compliant . Better if one wants to take no chances with quidco .
I also noticed the BOOTS card is not included during check-out .
Can someone through in some knowledge because I'm about to sign-up
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Doug_2 h, 29 m ago

That offer expired 4 Jan. The countdown for how long is left has ended.


Does it mean the BT rewards though this link will be declined ?
kayceelondon42 m ago

Does it mean the BT rewards though this link will be declined ?


I'd like to know that as well.
Got this deal a year or so ago in my name and now it’s coming to an end. Anybody know if I could get my partner to take out this new deal in her name? Even though we live together..
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