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£500 worth of vouchers for BT broadband customers
Wednesday 23 May 2007 16:21:53 by John Hunt

BT Total Broadband customers can now access £500 worth of vouchers redeemable against hotels, fine dining or at a range of online retailers. 12 companies are currently working with BT to give the discounts, including, RAC, and Thorntons. The offers will be updated regularly, and can be accessed via a dedicated website where BT users can login.


Posted by CARPETBURN over 10 years ago
Sounds SIMILAR to the short lived reward scheme Pipex did a year or so back, hopefully BTs will be more successful
Posted by paddyclark over 10 years ago
Sounds like a Token gesture to me.
Posted by TLMC over 10 years ago
when were they going to tell us about it?
Posted by mikeupd over 10 years ago
Sounds OK but the page won't accept my login and password.
Worth chasing?
Posted by nicosky over 10 years ago
Have just tried to get hold of this "WONDERFUL" offer. It seems to go no further than asking for more money for broadband from BT. As I already subscribe to BT's broadband, is this just another con, like 0870 phone numbers???????
Posted by drummy over 10 years ago
As the 'special' website won't accept my bt username it looks like us dinosaurs on an elderly fixed rate (business 500) don't qualify!
Posted by wilsenda over 10 years ago
No trouble connecting to the dedicated website, but (a) would like to have been told about it by BT, and (b) the "offers" are likely to benefit a small minority. Can't see £500-worth in it for anyone!
Posted by stormy1954 over 10 years ago
Business users with are not accepted either.
Posted by pdundas over 10 years ago
Maybe they were waiting until they had got it working before announcing it?
Posted by deantg over 10 years ago
No problem in accessing the site with my username alas the offers are not really worth the bother, the usual 10 or 15% off offers with your 1st order or the obligatory case of wine at a special discount that's so special you probably get 3 or 4 similar offers through your letterbox each month. Why don't BT just reduce the cost of their BB and not bother with these useless gimmicks?
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