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Sainsbury's Gift Cards appear on BT products again
Wednesday 10 June 2015 15:38:04 by Andrew Ferguson

If you order a BT Broadband ADSL2+ or Infinity product before the end of 18th June 2015 you will qualify for a £40 Sainsbury's Gift Card on the ADSL2+ products, the value rises to £60 for the Infinity products.

  • Unlimited ADSL2+ £7.50 per month for 12 months, then £18 per month. £40 Gift Card and access to BT Sport Lite Pack via app.
  • TV Starter and Infinity 1 £7.50 per month for 12 months. 10GB monthly data allowance, but streamed IPTV on mini YouView box does not count towards usage. £60 Gift Card and access to BT Sport channels via app or on YouView box.
  • Unlimited Infinity 1 up to 38 Mbps Fibre service (up to 9.5 Mbps uploads), £12.50 per month for 12 months. £35 activation fee. Bonus £60 Sainsbury's Gift Card and access to BT Sport Lite Pack via app.
  • Unlimited Infinity 2 up to 76 Mbps Fibre service (up to 19 Mbps uploads), £26 per month for 12 months, then £28 per month. Free set-up. Bonus £60 Sainsbury's Gift Card, access to BT Sport Lite Pack via app and 50GB of BT Cloud data storage.

12 month contracts apply to the products listed above. As with all the other major providers voice line rental is a requirement to get the best offers and this is £16.99 per month.

There have been some price changes worth noting, along with the tweaks to BT Sport now that the BT Sport Europe channel has been announced, and the main one is that Line rental saver is the equivalent of £15.29 per month (£183.48 per year) and the activation fee on Infinity 1 products has risen from £30 to £35.

Comments

Posted by Xendor99 about 1 year ago
I've just signed up to the BT Infinity Broadband ADSL2 (installed on 8th June) and I haven't got (or been offered) a Sainsbury gift card. I've contacted BT and they don't know anything about this.
Posted by ian72 about 1 year ago
@Xendor you can claim at https://www.vouchers.bt.com/makeaclaim/?s_intcid=con_reward but if you ordered before it started then you would not be eligible
Posted by ian72 about 1 year ago
cont - what is interesting is they don't specify a start date on that page. My BT fbire went live before 6th May but I doubt I would be eligible (mainly because it has been in for 2 years)
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