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£125 Sainsbury's Gift Cards up for grabs on BT Infinity
Friday 10 April 2015 11:29:24 by Andrew Ferguson

BT Retail is back with its Sainsbury's Gift Cards, this time with a value of £125 on the Infinity products and £75 for the ADSL products. The current wave of gift cards which are pretty much the highest value they usually offer end on Monday 13th April 2015. The gift cards are in addition to the current price offers which are:

  • Unlimited ADSL2+ broadband, £8 per month for 12 months, then £18 per month. £75 Sainsbury's Gift Card.
  • 40GB Infinity 1, £8 per month for 12 months, then £21 per month. £125 Sainsbury's Gift Card. Up to 38 Mbps downloads, up to 9.5 Mbps upload.
  • Unlimited Infinity 1, £15 per month for 12 months, then £23 per month. £125 Sainsbury's Gift Card. Up to 38 Mbps downloads, up to 9.5 Mbps upload.
  • Unlimited Infinity 2 with 20GB monthly allowance 4G mobile SIM, £45 per month. £125 Sainsbury's Gift Card. Up to 76 Mbps downloads, up to 19 Mbps upload. SIM includes 20GB of data and unlimited texts and calls each month
  • Unlimited Infinity 4, £50 per month, 18 month contract. £125 Sainsbury's Gift Card. Up to 300 Mbps downloads, up to 20 Mbps upload. Only available in areas with native FTTH/FTTP.

A requirement is to take voice line rental from BT Retail, this is priced at £16.99 per month or the equivalent of £14.15 per month if you pay this annually. All products apart from the FTTH options are 12 month contracts.

While the FTTH/FTTP product has limited availability coverage is growing and examples of recent areas to gain this option are cabinet 68 in Nelson and cab 16 in Wilpshire both in Lancashire, Swavesey cab 9 in East Anglia has also gained FTTP as the superfast option. For those in FTTP areas, the full Infinity range of speeds from up to 38 Mbps to 300 Mbps are available to order.

Those living in Bognor Regis on cabinets 48, 51 and 54 where FTTC has just become available will have to make do with the choice of Infinity 1 and 2, but they do get a much wider selection of providers to choose from as there is more retail competition on the FTTC service. Cab 3 in Gower and cab 11 on the Pontardulais exchange in Wales are two other cabinets to have just gone live for FTTC.

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