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BT 8600 Premium Call Blocker - Quad - now only £30 @ Tesco instore
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To put this in perspective, the Quad set is still £88.99 on Amazon and between £75 to £100 everywhere else! High Wycombe town centre store had the Quad for £30, Trio for £25, Twi… Read more
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sam19705 m ago

This was posted few days ago...old news


That was the single for £30 - this is the quad for £30. Still think it's old news?
This was posted few days ago...old news
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Very nice spot, hope this is in mine; thanks @fleabittenvarmint
What is this? Is it like an iPhone?
Bought one today, took it home plugged it in just to hear someone on the answer phone giving some interesting info on how her diet was going, obviously a return,so took it back and after a few attempts was sure this time I had a new one.
Moral being if it's electrical and not sealed on offer in Tesco open the box and check very carefully,have been caught out so many times with Tesco unsealed electrics.
Optoma DS-9092PWC 16:9 Pull Down Projector Screen, 92 Inches only £20 delivered @ BT Shop
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Dual Wall and Ceiling Mountable. Worth it (y) -- PWC projection screens are popular because they are inexpensive and easy to operate. Optoma manual screens offer several out… Read more
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AJ9217 m ago

Just received cancel email due to "no stock" even though at time of …Just received cancel email due to "no stock" even though at time of ordering it showed '9 in stock'


Same here, What a waste of time, you'd expect someone the size of BT could manage online stock levels a little better than a Mom & Pop store
Just received cancel email due to "no stock" even though at time of ordering it showed '9 in stock'
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sim117 m ago

Well done, wonder if they will honour it clearly a misprice.


thought maybe they were clearing stock, but yeah, mentioned this to a mate, and he got the "discontinued" then "£149.99".

looking forward to my cancellation mail
psycho_terror29 m ago

Heat, ordered.Same price on Amazon weirdly, and mixed reviews, but for …Heat, ordered.Same price on Amazon weirdly, and mixed reviews, but for £15... Not going to complain.


Well done, wonder if they will honour it clearly a misprice.
BT 3950 Call blocker phones with Answer Phone (was £90) reduced to £22.50 instore @ Tesco
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
BT 3950 Trio Cordless Home Phones with Answer Phone. Found in Weston-Super-Mare store - still £90 online.
Just phoned my local and normal price. They confirmed it's certain stores only and the pricing variation is at managers discretion. So unfortunately not national.
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LadyLuck32 m ago

Nice one OP! As u say, still showing as £90 online so a cracking buy if u …Nice one OP! As u say, still showing as £90 online so a cracking buy if u can find one instore. (Still £90 in my local store)



Oh, that's a shame, did you get it scanned?
Nice one OP! As u say, still showing as £90 online so a cracking buy if u can find one instore. (Still £90 in my local store)
Edited by: "LadyLuck" 21st Feb
abdullah_musa19 h, 5 m ago

I have the same and they don't have a loudspeaker functionality


BT3950 does have a loudspeaker option. Can clearly be seen on the Tesco website image
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BT/Humax YouView/Freeview HD Zapper box (Pre-owned) £12 at CeX
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Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
£12 instore. Add 1.50 for delivery if ordered online. Comes with 24 months warranty. Back in stock with a slight price increase, but still a good option if you want a YouView box… Read more
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scunny5 h, 9 m ago

What do these do? Are they same as a NowTv box?


Not quite. They give you Freeview HD in a much better user interface than a Now TV box. Your TV guide will go forwards and back 7 days each way for you to watch catch up on most channels and shows.

In terms of apps, it has things like Now TV for movies on demand, and Netflix built in too.

Also, if you happen to have BT, Plusnet, TalkTalk or KC broadband, you'll be able to pick up their own extra channels and services (as per your package, or extra charges you agree to. For example TalkTalk offer the Sky TV channels through YouView for a few pounds extra per month, and that option is generally a better experience than Now TV passes, should you opt to take them)
What do these do? Are they same as a NowTv box?
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lcrook36 m ago

I am looking for something like this for a bedroom but this only appears …I am looking for something like this for a bedroom but this only appears to work with ethernet? What would be the best alternative with a wifi connection? Thanks


You could always still use this with a couple of powerline adapters? This is how I made them work in other rooms usually with better broadband performance than I would get over WiFi too!

Other than the Now TV Smart box which isn't really anywhere near as good you don't get any other options that would do the job other than subscription based offerings like a Sky Q Mini box, or a Virgin Tivo V6 Box
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OperateOnMe24 m ago

Second hand freeview box where you can pay to subscribe to BT sport, doe …Second hand freeview box where you can pay to subscribe to BT sport, doe shave apps but needs a hard-wire internet connection. The nowTV smart box seems better value for the same second hand price


UI for Now TV isn't as good. And they really try to push you into using their services. Last time I looked at the smart box it didn't even have a proper TV Guide for Freeview!
Second hand freeview box where you can pay to subscribe to BT sport, doe shave apps but needs a hard-wire internet connection. The nowTV smart box seems better value for the same second hand price
Expired BT UNLIMITED INFINITY Up to 52Mb fibre b'band, line & BT Sport £330.73 for 18m equivalent to £18.37/mth, £200 back from BT via £150 MasterCard and £50 cheque)
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I've expired this as some people asking if affiliated link is original genuine link, which may not be as it has hotukdeals parent company name attached to it, so there's a possibil… Read more
Deal has changed now, to a slightly lower reward card! £50 cheque still available, so I'm more confident of that cheque being able to be claimed successfully.
Stompa10 m ago

OK, I see what you mean. From what I can see they must have used the …OK, I see what you mean. From what I can see they must have used the method described by AJB1971 to get to the BT page. Then, once there, changed the ending of the web address to /package-a


Yes that is what I meant, I have tried changing different bits or adding to the end but it doesn't bring up a different page with the cheque on.
Bujok8425 m ago

Well unless I am mistaken that's what Tireparent claims to have done a few …Well unless I am mistaken that's what Tireparent claims to have done a few comments up


OK, I see what you mean. From what I can see they must have used the method described by AJB1971 to get to the BT page. Then, once there, changed the ending of the web address to /package-a
Stompa15 m ago

Are you expecting to get the £150 Reward Card, £80 QuidCo and the £50 ch …Are you expecting to get the £150 Reward Card, £80 QuidCo and the £50 cheque? If so, I suspect you're pushing your luck!


Well unless I am mistaken that's what Tireparent claims to have done a few comments up
Bujok8423 m ago

Yes sorry I know the quidco bit. But which bit of the link do you change …Yes sorry I know the quidco bit. But which bit of the link do you change etc to get it to come up with the 50 cheque?


Are you expecting to get the £150 Reward Card, £80 QuidCo and the £50 cheque? If so, I suspect you're pushing your luck!
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BT Youview+ 500GB (Pre Owned)  £47.50 Delivered @ CEX
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Saw a refurb for £79.99 was a deal on here. CEX have them for £45+ £2.50p&p. Aye its a pre owned box but it comes with there 24 months warranty too. Bought one recently myself … Read more
melted13 h, 37 m ago

The BT Hub 5A is supported by Openwrt/Lede, the Hub 5B is not since that …The BT Hub 5A is supported by Openwrt/Lede, the Hub 5B is not since that is Broadcom based and their drivers are closed source.The Hub 5A can be unlocked and flashed using a serial connection to its circuit board, I used a cheap sub £2 usb to 3.3V serial adaptor and pulled apart and bent up a cat5e keystone socket to avoid soldering, pictured below Guide to instal via windows here:- https://openwrt.ebilan.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=138 (install Lede rather than openwrt, otherwise you would need to revert to BT firmware before installing the future openwrt updates due to changes to the memory map)[Image]



Thanks. I have to admit I did a google after seeing your comment and when it started talking about opening the case and soldering I thought perhaps not for me....however I will look at what you have done with the connector to see if it is somethign I coudl attempt.
m1chaels5 h, 6 m ago

I thought the 5s were locked down - how do you put an open source firmware …I thought the 5s were locked down - how do you put an open source firmware on them?


The BT Hub 5A is supported by Openwrt/Lede, the Hub 5B is not since that is Broadcom based and their drivers are closed source.


The Hub 5A can be unlocked and flashed using a serial connection to its circuit board, I used a cheap sub £2 usb to 3.3V serial adaptor and pulled apart and bent up a cat5e keystone socket to avoid soldering, pictured below


Guide to instal via windows here:- openwrt.ebilan.co.uk/vie…138


(install Lede rather than openwrt, otherwise you would need to revert to BT firmware before installing the future openwrt updates due to changes to the memory map)


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melted7 h, 8 m ago

The BT hub 6 (smart hub) and the BT hub 5 are both dual band.Wifi …The BT hub 6 (smart hub) and the BT hub 5 are both dual band.Wifi performance and range are excellent on the two BT hub 5a I have. The Hub 6 was at least equal initially, until two of my neighbours got new sky routers and some other APs which cause connection issues when they switch to the same channel (I have to manually change 2.4ghz channel to restore connection), the BT hub 5 seems to cope far better with all the other access points it now has to compete with, and the hub 5 BT firmware also allows the use of channel 13, which the hub 6 doesn't (although I've actually put openwrt on my 5s) as the BT firmware is too limited for me.


I’m glad you have been able to customise to your needs but this is not what the entire population of Bt users have and nor do all of them understand the issues I discussed. The fact that shops are flooded with dual band Wi-fi extenders and routers tells a story especially in that they are AC and N with proximities ranging from 750-1750. The Bt router is less than 450 proximity and if they are dual band they are not simultaneous. The final part which you picked up on is that the Hubs are having interference with neighbouring routers. BT customer service were less than helpful when it came to discussing why the BT opensource wifi is fluctuating, instead they said that everyone's hubs are anonymous so you can't pick which one you want at any one time, its random.
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melted5 h, 0 m ago

The BT hub 6 (smart hub) and the BT hub 5 are both dual band.Wifi …The BT hub 6 (smart hub) and the BT hub 5 are both dual band.Wifi performance and range are excellent on the two BT hub 5a I have. The Hub 6 was at least equal initially, until two of my neighbours got new sky routers and some other APs which cause connection issues when they switch to the same channel (I have to manually change 2.4ghz channel to restore connection), the BT hub 5 seems to cope far better with all the other access points it now has to compete with, and the hub 5 BT firmware also allows the use of channel 13, which the hub 6 doesn't (although I've actually put openwrt on my 5s) as the BT firmware is too limited for me.



I thought the 5s were locked down - how do you put an open source firmware on them?
*Vincent*19 h, 14 m ago

I've connected it to a signal booster and that seems to have solved any …I've connected it to a signal booster and that seems to have solved any signal issues others have mentioned. For £50 it's brilliant and I wouldn't be without.


Tried a booster with mine, but it made things worse.
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BT Youview Plus Set Top Box 500Gb Recorder REFURB £79 @ Telephones Online
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Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
NICE DEAL BT's new Youview+ Box is sleeker and more compact than ever and operates even faster for a more responsive TV experience with no noisy fan to distract your viewing. No s… Read more
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hero99895 h, 23 m ago

Do you need BT broadband to use these? Or do you need to sign up to …Do you need BT broadband to use these? Or do you need to sign up to anything with BT?


Nope it'll function just as a standard freeview recorder. You'll need some kind of wired Internet connection from any provider if you want to use the catch up /streaming services (Netflix, now tv movies etc) and also you'll need to be connected when first setting up but it doesn't need to be BT.
Do you need BT broadband to use these? Or do you need to sign up to anything with BT?
rbz541618 h, 26 m ago

Possibly BT making a bit of money from those daft enough to send the box …Possibly BT making a bit of money from those daft enough to send the box back when they switch ISP.I picked one up from Ebay for around £35 a while back & it's OK as a backup to my main Humax branded PVR. Two things that bug me are you can't use the USB to offload/backup & the NowTV app only works with films. BT also crippled the ability to edit unwanted channels a while back but I've read that may be fixed now?


Yeah a recent update partially restored editing channels out, but only from the main TV guide. Channel up /down doesn't skip the deleted channels and if you use the mobile app it will still show the full line-up too. Hopefully they'll fix it properly one day...
starsi36012 m ago

We had this issue and found eventually that it was something to do with my …We had this issue and found eventually that it was something to do with my mums Samsung TV interfering with the signal. Connected the same box to a different TV in another room and it worked fine, give it a try!


Good shout, it's no use to us in another room but the TV may change soon so things could get better, thank you
HPMan9 h, 54 m ago

I can't work out why it does it, I thought it was environmental factors …I can't work out why it does it, I thought it was environmental factors but others are also suffering, it's my only big bear.



We had this issue and found eventually that it was something to do with my mums Samsung TV interfering with the signal. Connected the same box to a different TV in another room and it worked fine, give it a try!
Unlimited Infinity 52mb , Free BT sport for 18months  £539 (Potential £320 with Cashback etc)
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Unlimited Infinity Broadband 52mb, this isnt subject to Speed reduction unlike other BT services and Virgin Media, Free BT sport for 18 months, £150 Reward Card when you claim for… Read more
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chrismc200505 h, 47 m ago

I got £80 from quidco as per picture below. And as i have sky, i never …I got £80 from quidco as per picture below. And as i have sky, i never thought of anyone else. Free sports if u want join bt tv as well. I was paying olusnet £20 month for unlimited broadband. It works cheaper for me at Around £17 month for me in cash terms with this deal and i get free sport for 18months[Image]


Good to hear, what did you pay per month on your order please as the landing page from Quidco is higher than mentioned above?
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PS. CASHBACK through quidco and tcb work on cookies so aslong as you visit through there link but finish the mse deal through bt webpage you will get the cashback
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I got £80 from quidco as per picture below. And as i have sky, i never thought of anyone else. Free sports if u want join bt tv as well. I was paying olusnet £20 month for unlimited broadband. It works cheaper for me at Around £17 month for me in cash terms with this deal and i get free sport for 18months33280045-vDm4v.jpg
Pateo9 m ago

I'm dammed if I see how that would work, once you've gone via mse link at …I'm dammed if I see how that would work, once you've gone via mse link at £29.99 for 52mb fibre, then start tcb or Quidco link your previous mse link doesn't show up in the tcb/Quidco links, as it's different affiliated offers specific to those individual affiliated links! I tried looking at combining mse and tcb/Quidco yesterday but it just wouldn't work, ended up purchasing the mse link.


That is why I asked the question, as the Op mentioned the lower package price and the higher Cashback rate, so I was asking how this can be achieved please. On other sites in the past it is the package (eg infinity 1) that is tracking, not the price actually paid (it worked this way previously with mobile phone deals according to some comments on here). I don’t know for BT, hence asking for clarification here.
Anon17 m ago

To get this price, do you follow the MSE link (or the link above) to get …To get this price, do you follow the MSE link (or the link above) to get the package price to show correctly on BT at £29.99 per month, add that to your basket. Then follow the link from TCB to BT, before then continuing/finalising your original checkout? On the basis of the last link used tracking for Cashback, TCB should then get the Cashback not MSE? Cashback from TCB and Quidco used to be in addition to any deal showing on sites, now some companies are offering different deals through Cashback sites (sometimes inferior) and in some cases factoring in the Cashback.


I'm dammed if I see how that would work, once you've gone via mse link at £29.99 for 52mb fibre, then start tcb or Quidco link your previous mse link doesn't show up in the tcb/Quidco links, as it's different affiliated offers specific to those individual affiliated links! I tried looking at combining mse and tcb/Quidco yesterday but it just wouldn't work, ended up purchasing the mse link.
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Mpow H8 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones BT 4.1 20 hour battery - £43.99 Sold by longtop and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Seems a reasonable price for active noise cancelling. 【Active Noise Cancelling Technology】 Mpow H8 Bluetooth Headphones adopts advanced active noise reduction tech… Read more
They look identical to my KitSound Immerse headphones.l and a similar-ish price.
If they are the same, great sound but noise cancellation not the greatest.
Ideal as an introduction to world of noise cancelling headphones.
No different from the 7dayshop aero active I bought last year. To be honest have a look at the plantronics backbeat pro refurbs on amazon and ebay by headset solutions. They are far better but they do cost £75 better than the cheapos and the battery life is close to 24hrs with anc and BT on. They cost 150 new!
Ichimaru52 m ago

Do you recommend them? They're stamped Bluedio everywhere though..


Yeah they're really good. The build quality makes them feel more expensive than they are. They have quite a bit of base, until you switch on the ANC. But I fixed that with an EQ tweak. Talking of the ANC, it works surprisingly well. Obviously it doesn't completely cut out all noise. I'd definitely recommend them. I managed to pick them up for £35 new on eBay.
No1_VIPER1 h, 18 m ago

I looked at these before opting for the Bluedio T4S instead.


Do you recommend them? They're stamped Bluedio everywhere though..
Free SD BT SPORT with BT Broadband for New and Existing customers (£6.50 for HD)
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Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Hey Guys, I've recently been looking for good deals/offers on BT sport for the champions league and UFC especially and logged in to My BT and saw they are doing it free for 18mon… Read more
robbp15 h, 23 m ago

ive just come to the end of my 18month with BT and was looking at …ive just come to the end of my 18month with BT and was looking at vodaphone for BB. have you had any problems with them.


Some teething problems between the modem and a BT range extender - looks like others have had issues with modem well documented however modem is regularly updated and now (3 months in) I'm getting decent stability, range and more than decent speeds so my 12 year old boy is happy now he's not being kicked from Fifa online
£59.99 for activation or whatever that it is.
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I just signed up with them in Mid January so thought it was worth a share.
penfold285 h, 2 m ago

Yeah they tried that trick a few months ago on me. Cold.....Hot deal would …Yeah they tried that trick a few months ago on me. Cold.....Hot deal would be free bt sports for bt customers without BT taking you round the back of the sheds, pumping you and then 9 months later... Surprise.. You're now paying full price and there is no Jeremy Kyle dna test that's going to get you out of this hole your in. But hey.. Its "free"


To all reading this.... if you ring up and ask for your existing deal to be synced with the free BT sports offer it is possible ... I did this when the 18 month free offer was on at Black Friday and they actually reduced my broadband costs to £22.99 a month (not fibre) and added BT Sports for free for 18 months. NB I get 20mbs thru the copper wire as I live across the road from the exchange.
1970QPR2 h, 33 m ago

Finished with BT in November went with Vodafone for the free Sonos speaker …Finished with BT in November went with Vodafone for the free Sonos speaker - they continued to take for the bt sports it's only that I cancelled the direct debit now they're chasing me for £70!! Also whilst out of contract with BT for broadband the BT sport guys rang me with a good offer I said to them I didn't want a new contract which they said was fine within 2 days I get an email informing me I've signed up for another year!! Happy with Voda.



ive just come to the end of my 18month with BT and was looking at vodaphone for BB. have you had any problems with them.
Free European Football on BT Sport Showcase, including Bayern vs Besiktas, Copenhagen vs Atletico Madrid and Ludogorets vs AC Milan
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Free European Football on BT Sport Showcase, with Europa League matches this week and free UEFA Champions League next week. Ludogorets vs AC Milan, Thursday 15th February, 6pm ki… Read more
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darrenleereid13th Feb

Quit whining, you're getting free matches.


well said Boba. In my opinion BT advertises itself as the the BBC of internet providers. The bastion of the nation and then offers hand outs to the so called self marginalised (us) that would not be worth the argument to get the channel switched over from Emmerdale Farm.
darrenleereid13th Feb

Quit whining, you're getting free matches.



bobafettish13th Feb

ludicrous that they aren't showing any of the english teams. cold.

xenophon6 h, 54 m ago

You clearly don't really support a football team!


Lol I support WHU, I'm used to disappointment!
cocogumbo13 h, 27 m ago

"emotionally invested" It's just a football game!!


You clearly don't really support a football team!
76 Channels Inc BT Sport  + Unlimited Infinity 1 (52MB) + Weekend Calls £22.49pm x 18 months = 404.82 @ BT
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Was looking around the above and I know BT is shocking with customer service but I've never had any issues. This is new customers only. Credit to MSE :- £22.49 MSE monthly cost … Read more
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GrantG1825 m ago

Don't think this is expired just yet. I literally just ordered..£29.99 + …Don't think this is expired just yet. I literally just ordered..£29.99 + £59.99 upfront.£90 Prepaid Mastercard + £50 Cheque back.£105 Quidco tracked.Total for 18 months: £459.81 (£25.54 per month).If cashback pays out (tracked; not yet paid obviously for me), this will reduce it to £354.81 over the 18 months, or £19.71 per month.Either way, £25.54 for 52Mb broadband is still half the price for TalkTalk.Cheers OP.


Its expired in terms of the price above is no longer £22.49pm but 25.54 per month
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Don't think this is expired just yet. I literally just ordered..

£29.99 + £59.99 upfront.

£90 Prepaid Mastercard + £50 Cheque back.

£105 Quidco tracked.


Total for 18 months: £459.81 (£25.54 per month).

If cashback pays out (tracked; not yet paid obviously for me), this will reduce it to £354.81 over the 18 months, or £19.71 per month.

Either way, £25.54 for 52Mb broadband is still half the price for TalkTalk.

Cheers OP.
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Expired this has now come upto 25.27 a month with all the above discounts
ADX219 h, 51 m ago

I switched to BT from Sky about a year ago. I thought their broadband …I switched to BT from Sky about a year ago. I thought their broadband speed was less reliable than Sky - my internet speeds go down a lot at night and at times around mid afternoon. Never had this problem with Sky. The offers are for new customers only, retention deals so far haven't been good so think will have to wait a little longer. Anyone knows whether I can be classified as new customer at Sky, given I left 11 months ago, if I tell them to connect the line in one month?


Opposite for me , Sky were awful for me whereas BT was much better.
Samsung UE40MU6400UXXU 4k TV - £399.99 @ BT Shop
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No major reports of light bleed issues compared to the 49" version, but clearly a smaller screen. No it's not a 10bit panel. No it's not OLED. Yes it's 'only' a 40" screen. Yes it… Read more
Bestard10th Feb

Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could …Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could buy it for less than this current deal


Bestard10th Feb

Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could …Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could buy it for less than this current deal


Bestard10th Feb

Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could …Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could buy it for less than this current deal

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Bestard10th Feb

Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could …Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could buy it for less than this current deal


You don't need a time machine to get this cheaper.

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If you want this TV with a 5 year warranty John Lewis is £429.99
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EndlessWaves18 m ago

Not just with the ebay code, it's regularly been £350 or …Not just with the ebay code, it's regularly been £350 or less:https://www.hotukdeals.com/search?q=UE40MU6400


Damn, I was hoping that was a link to a deal for a time machine so I could buy it for less than this current deal
BT infinity 2 (76mb) retention deals - £25.40
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Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
As in title, all in with a new 2 year contract, pay line rental a year in advance, works out 25.4 pounds a month. You also got possible BT incentive (BT sport, weekend call etc). C… Read more
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just agreed a new contract after they shortened the contract to 12 months... everything else remains same, 208.8 pounds up front for line rental and 8 pounds monthly direct debit payment, works out 25.4 pounds a month (208.8/12+8). I got fiber 76mb unlimited + weekend call package.

MAKE SURE you are talking to retention/loyalty department, NOT upgrade department if anyone's interested
cecilmcroberts10th Feb

Take it you didn't read this is for Infinity 2 Fibre not Unlimited …Take it you didn't read this is for Infinity 2 Fibre not Unlimited Broadband. You are quoting Broadband speeds and prices.


I can't get infinity in my area so only one offer with 17Mb is fastest they can do.
pieman.pete11th Feb

Just got 24mths @ £25.95 for infinity 2. Refused the first offer of £35 a …Just got 24mths @ £25.95 for infinity 2. Refused the first offer of £35 and gave a mths notice, then they came up with a manager's special 🙄


Good for you, that's a great deal. I just tried again and even referred to this deal and they couldn't do better than £37, so selective, so I'm also offski to Vodafone
Hellz10th Feb

Not looking to champion BT but I took the BT infinity deal posted here …Not looking to champion BT but I took the BT infinity deal posted here roughly this time last year and I haven't had a problem at all. Customer Service was good today, too (however, I wasn't trying to resolve an issue).


I had about 20 different problems, of which three were unbelievable.
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a few comments

1. yes, it's a long contract, but based on past 5 years, you can leave your contract in abt 10 months time

2. hit and miss problem. You need to make sure you talk to RETENTION/CANCELLATION depart, not upgrade/sale department. MSE has a good guide to tell you what to say and steps to do. Try a few more times if you fail the first one. It's not like mobile phone contract retention, which the deal based on the personal usage. If you pay the bill on time, i cannot see why you cannot get the deal I got.

3. customer service wise, i'm under impression you can NOT go any lower than vodafone, although I do understand BT's not saint at all. Less obvious coz both attract negative feedback, but I am under impression, BT's reliability's better than vodafone.

4. BT's router's a lot better than vodafone, especially on the wifi part. This's fact everyone agrees from what I read.

5. BT get some incentive like discount on tv, sim card, free weekend call, free hotspot, free caller display to justify 1.4 pounds more than vodafone.
Get BT Sport Half price for 12 months £11.49 12 month contract £137.88
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Get BT Sport Half price for 12 months 11.49 per month usually £22.99 / mth 12 month contract - must cancel at 12 months or it will double in price ge… Read more
Great deal. On in 5mins. BT app too.
Hi, just placed order but shows £12,99
I know it's a good deal but showed as £11,49
Ends up being £12.99 p/m and £6.50 for HD from the 4th month onwards. Have been trying to get someone from BTCare (phone, email and Live Chat) to honour this offer since 8am this morning, with no luck so far...
Great deal cheers OP.

Should be hotter!
Looks a good deal. Does it include use of the bt sport app?
BT Mini Wi-Fi 600 Home Hotspot Powerline Adapter Kit (Pack of Three) £39.99 Delivered (Re-Certified Refurbished) Delivered @ Telephones Online via eBay/Amazon
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Works with any Broadband providerBT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their Bro… Read more
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My friend said this is better than just wireless plug or dongle.Is that true?
Its for my son's pro gaming. Wi fi downstairs so need something for his room.
Any recommrndations please?
Had issues with these. Had then connected to use the same SSID as my router but it would never connect to strongest signal. Even after resetting to their own SSID devices would connect to the unit in the other room not the one right next to it. Got sick of it all in the end and splashed out on the bt whole home mesh WiFi system. Expensive but it's been great so far. Intelligently swaps devices to the strongest point in the mesh. Obviously a different price range to this though.
Dan__1 h, 57 m ago

I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would …I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would never buy or use any of their products again. Ive even had the bthub routers and they were awful apart from the hub3 which worked better than the newer ones at least.


Yeh even the Hub 3 is a pain. Took my Xbox home for Xmas and tried hooking it up to my parents BT and wouldnt accept connection unless I had fiddled with the DMZ and port forward settings.

My virgin at home, a doddle.
darkstryder3603 h, 19 m ago

Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst …Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst on the market anyway.


I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would never buy or use any of their products again.
Ive even had the bthub routers and they were awful apart from the hub3 which worked better than the newer ones at least.
Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst on the market anyway.
BT Broadband Offer (LIVE TOMORROW) - Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls ZERO Activation, £29.99PM (£9.99 Delivery fee) + £95 Giftcard  / Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls £39.99PM with £120 reward Card (18 Month Contract)  @ BT
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Bit of a heads up on some new BT Broadband offers going live tomorrow. For the 2 plans i've featured, activation costs have been scrapped, meaning you only need to pay the £9.99 ro… Read more
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Good deal - but need to pay for the youview box if you don’t have sky - which is another £50
Dusty42 m ago

[Image] Pretty consistent speeds. Rarely see them dip below 68/16..


Can you do a latency test? speeds arent the problem.
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Pretty consistent speeds. Rarely see them dip below 68/16..
That's interesting!! Why has one of my comments disappeared from this thread???
Poor deal. Cold.
New  Fire HD 10 with Alexa £119.98 from BT shop - £119.98
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REPOSTING AS PRODUCT IS AVAILABLE TO ORDER AGAIN Amazon Fire HD 10 with Alexa 10.1" Full HD Display 32GB -Black
PizzaTheHutt.15th Feb

£149.98 now


True but not for 46 of us.

edit: 16th Feb came and went. Cancelled my order.
Edited by: "topazz" 18th Feb
£149.98
now
FYI. Phoned BTshop customer services and they are hoping to receive stock tomorrow (16th Feb).
Best sub £200 tablet you can buy. That Acer one sips battery, at one third the speed of this.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 12th Feb
Harefoot54 m ago

I can't answer that @Gambler but the Acer can be had for £20 less than …I can't answer that @Gambler but the Acer can be had for £20 less than advertised using TDX-PHJ4 at checkout if you add a sim or some other inexpensive item. Seems to get good reviews doesn't it?


Compares with the amazon spec pretty closely and as you say, the Acer gets decent reviews. IMO the only compelling reason for getting the Fire is if you are prime member and are immersed in all things amazon. Neither can match the few remaining android premium tablets but both offer a more than decent tablet experience at a modest price.
Fire HD 10 with Alexa £119.98 from BT shop - £119.98
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Seems to be something you can order, there were 10 in stock 5 minutes ago ! Amazon Fire HD 10 with Alexa 10.1" Full HD Display 32GB -Black
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145ah12 m ago

dose anyone known of amazon can match at prices


Not sure but you could try live chat on the webpage and report back!
dose anyone known of amazon can match at prices
BT 1700 Cordless Phones with Answering Machine and Nuisance Call Blocker - Trio now £29.99 C+C @ Robert Dyas
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Thought £29.99 was a great price for a Trio of Cordless Phones with these features, seem to be the cheapest around by quite a margin & still £44.99 at Amazon & £59.99 at Ma… Read more
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AndyRoyd19 h, 33 m ago

Work with any POTS. The miserable attempt at callblocking feature will …Work with any POTS. The miserable attempt at callblocking feature will require CLI service to function (in)effectively.


what does POTS stand for in this instance, please
Love the Indian scammers when I have the free time to give them a rough ride.
That's a pretty amazing price considering what I think we paid for our similar ones a few years ago. Wonder how long these landline phones will be around. I'm just debating with the family whether we actually need ours anymore.
Fyi there is no loud speaker on these if your elderly and need that function.
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