*UPDATED* BT Infinity 38mbps fibre broadband + phone line rental + TV = £24.12 pm or £9.68 @ TCB (£116.16 PA)
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*UPDATED* BT Infinity 38mbps fibre broadband + phone line rental + TV = £24.12 pm or £9.68 @ TCB (£116.16 PA)

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Found 14th May 2015
Up to 38mbps unlimited fibre broadband, inc line rental, for equivalent £9.68 per month after cashback and paying for 12 months line rental in advance.

See screenshot in first post (updated)..

If you want BT Sport on your tv as well, along with the ability to pause and rewind live tv then pay the extra £19 activation charge. It is on the right hand side as you open the deal up.
- gavinashdown88

Updated to include TV cashback..

Claim your pure prepaid Visa card: vouchers.bt.com/off…isa
- veedubjai

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "Rastafari" 15th May 2015

TCB is offering £99.75 cashback with £125 Pure Prepaid Visa Card.

Had ordered the same yesterday. Cancelled it ... going for this one.

Original Poster

veedubjai

TCB is offering £99.75 cashback with £125 Pure Prepaid Visa Card.


The £125 prepaid Visa card offer ended yesterday. As of today, it's £100. However, the monthly subscription price has reduced today from £18 to £12.50, saving £5.50 a month or £66 a year.

So this offer is £41 a year cheaper than yesterday's TCB offer.

Original Poster

indar

Had ordered the same yesterday. Cancelled it ... going for this one.



Exactly what I did!

Did you go for the free BT TV starter too?

...love to have gone with this but am stuck with Sky 'til the middle of July!

Original Poster

Krinkle

Did you go for the free BT TV starter too?...love to have gone with this … Did you go for the free BT TV starter too?...love to have gone with this but am stuck with Sky 'til the middle of July!


Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. Netflix and BBC iPlayer for us.

qwerta369

Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. … Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. Netflix and BBC iPlayer for us.



...now, am I dreaming or did I read a while back that not having a licence for your TV was no longer a prosecutable offence?

Krinkle

...now, am I dreaming or did I read a while back that not having a … ...now, am I dreaming or did I read a while back that not having a licence for your TV was no longer a prosecutable offence?



There were recently reports that following his election victory, David Cameron plans to decriminalise watching TV without paying the licence fee. Link. As I read it, people would still be liable to pay a fine, but would not get a criminal record.

Is BT speed any good compared to Virgin ?

fibre...


parp

restrictions...


parp

qwerta369

Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. … Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. Netflix and BBC iPlayer for us.


You need a licence for BBc I player!

Original Poster

mcormack

You need a licence for BBc I player!


Not unless you're watching programmes as they're being broadcast. A bit off-topic, but..

A television licence is required if you watch or record content as it's being broadcast. This is true regardless of the device or service being used. In other words..

1. Watching Eastenders on the BBC website on your laptop at 20:00 on a Monday requires a TV licence.
2. Watching the same Eastenders episode on the BBC website on your laptop at 20:30 (so via catchup / iPlayer) on a Monday does not require a TV licence.
3. Watching The Simpsons on Sky 1 on your TV at 17:00 on a Tuesday requires a TV licence.
4. Watching the same The Simpsons episode on Sky's catchup service on your TV at 17:30 on a Tuesday does not require a TV licence.

..etc.

So, if you are happy to watch BBC (or any other content) only via catchup or other streaming service, no TV licence is required.

Great deal, except I cannot get BT Infinity in my area.
Yet, I have TalkTalk fibre!
So, I called TalkTalk and they offered to reduce my fibre broadband cost to £5 a month, so I pay £21.70 a month for 38mb fibre and line rental. I would go for the BT offer if they could supply fibre! Looks like a capacity issue.
SSE also have a good offer, but no cashback for non-BT lines (Eg TalkTalk).

qwerta369

Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. … Na, not interested in any kind of TV for which I would need a TV licence. Netflix and BBC iPlayer for us.


same here, though with Amazon Prime too

Talktalk just raised my subscription, signed up for this. THANKS OP!

Note, it is £23 a month after 12 months

I wonder if there is the option to save 10% of the line rental by paying it all upfront

hmmm... this or 76Mb... really not sure if it's worth £26 per month as opposed to £12.50. I'm currently on 76Mb with plusnet but am out of contract so am able to look at new offers.

£110 from Quidco plus £100 from BT. Really good deal!

daichchow

I wonder if there is the option to save 10% of the line rental by paying … I wonder if there is the option to save 10% of the line rental by paying it all upfront



same here, is there such option? I could not find it

daichchow

Note, it is £23 a month after 12 months



Then you switch again.

daichchow

I wonder if there is the option to save 10% of the line rental by paying … I wonder if there is the option to save 10% of the line rental by paying it all upfront


The OP has included that discount already as normal line rental is £16.99

Edited by: "52919" 14th May 2015

Can I get BT Sport for free with this but haven't got sky. I see you can get it free on mobile, laptop etc. But how about on my tv?

it is a pity the £12.50 for fibre is not for existing customers i phoned them and asked

qwerta369

The £125 prepaid Visa card offer ended yesterday. As of today, it's £100. … The £125 prepaid Visa card offer ended yesterday. As of today, it's £100. However, the monthly subscription price has reduced today from £18 to £12.50, saving £5.50 a month or £66 a year. So this offer is £41 a year cheaper than yesterday's TCB offer.


Hi can you explain the bold bit? how it can be cheaper as I checked on TCB and can't see anything.
I really meed to sign up today

gavinashdown88

Can I get BT Sport for free with this but haven't got sky. I see you can … Can I get BT Sport for free with this but haven't got sky. I see you can get it free on mobile, laptop etc. But how about on my tv?



Ahh, it looks like if you pay £19 extra you get BT Sport on your tv and can pause and rewind tv, surely worth doing if you like sport?

nice deal cheers!

mcormack

You need a licence for BBc I player!



You don't need a licence for iPlayer, only if you watch it live.

How much would it work out for 80mb? And will it make much of a difference from Talktalk? Same exchange etc?

Original Poster

rollmesome

How much would it work out for 80mb? And will it make much of a … How much would it work out for 80mb? And will it make much of a difference from Talktalk? Same exchange etc?


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Am I missing something or is it not a no brainer to add the Starter TV which is free for 12 months and get the £170 topcashback over the £110 quidco and then cancel/renegotiate the TV after 12 months?

dbailey10

Am I missing something or is it not a no brainer to add the Starter TV … Am I missing something or is it not a no brainer to add the Starter TV which is free for 12 months and get the £170 topcashback over the £110 quidco and then cancel/renegotiate the TV after 12 months?



That's what I've gone for.

BT customer service for anything relating to their Internet service is shocking - couldn't wait to leave after months of problems - avoid!

dbailey10

Am I missing something or is it not a no brainer to add the Starter TV … Am I missing something or is it not a no brainer to add the Starter TV which is free for 12 months and get the £170 topcashback over the £110 quidco and then cancel/renegotiate the TV after 12 months?



Exactly what I am thinking too now. That would make it a dream deal for 12 months if it pays.

marathonic

That's what I've gone for.



Well, I've no need for BT TV as got Freeview HD already but TCB is showing it as exclusive offer for Infinity Broadband + Calls + BT TV for £173.25 with £125 Pure Prepaid Visa Card.

I presume the Starter TV is BT TV, right?

veedubjai

Well, I've no need for BT TV as got Freeview HD already but TCB is … Well, I've no need for BT TV as got Freeview HD already but TCB is showing it as exclusive offer for Infinity Broadband + Calls + BT TV for £173.25 with £125 Pure Prepaid Visa Card.I presume the Starter TV is BT TV, right?



Yes, the way I see it by taking the starter TV you get another £50 off over the 12 months (cashback - install) and I'll then cancel the TV after 12 months and renegotiate the broadband terms. Great deal, thanks OP!

Edited by: "dbailey10" 14th May 2015

veedubjai

Well, I've no need for BT TV as got Freeview HD already but TCB is … Well, I've no need for BT TV as got Freeview HD already but TCB is showing it as exclusive offer for Infinity Broadband + Calls + BT TV for £173.25 with £125 Pure Prepaid Visa Card.I presume the Starter TV is BT TV, right?



Would imagine so, it still comes with a BT YouView box.

Cashback tracked at £173.25 already, lovely!

Activation for tv+infinity+weekend calls showing as £49, that works out at £9.31 per month after TCB and pure visa

So surprised that this deal isn't going hotter! OK so I know cashback isn't guaranteed but I've never had a problem and under £10 for line rental and unlimited BB, never mind fibre, smoking deal
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