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Gift card and offer price changes on BT Broadband packages
Friday 07 August 2015 18:33:25 by Andrew Ferguson

The Sainsbury's Gift Cards over at BT had dropped in value by £25 to £50 on ADSL2+ products and £100 on Infinity and are available for new customers ordering before the end of 13th August 2015.

A number of the offers have also changed and some are now only available by following the affiliate links rather than going direct to the BT website e.g. the links below save you £5 per month on the unlimited Infinity 1 service.

  • Unlimited ADSL2+ up to 17 Mbps download speeds for £8 per month on a 12 month contract, after 12 months price is £18 per month. £50 Sainsbury's Gift Card. BT Sport Lite
  • BT TV Starter with Unlimited Broadband £8 per month for 12 months, with a free YouView pause/rewind set-top box and access to BT Sport pack. £50 Sainsbury's Gift Card.
  • Unlimited Infinity 1 up to 38 Mbps fibre based service (up to 9.5 Mbps uploads), £15 per month for 12 months on a 12 month contract then £23 per month. £100 Sainsbury's Gift Card.
  • Ultra HD BT TV package with BT Infinity 1 12 month contract at £30 per month, plus £79 setup costs that covers UHD YouView box and engineer install. BT Sport in Ultra HD and of course a Sainsbury's £100 Gift Card.

Voice line rental via BT is required which is currently £16.99 per month, but will rise to £17.99 per month on 20th September 2015, a line rental saver option is available to reduce the cost by paying line rental in a lump sum.

Infinity 1 and Ultra HD package will not be available to all Infinity customers, but will require an estimated speed of 44 Mbps or faster and our understanding after some initial confusion is that while broadband speeds may be capped to Infinity 1 up to 38 Mbps speeds the line will usually be provisioned on the Openreach 80/20 service.


Posted by 961a about 1 year ago
These offers are obviously less valuable than those they replace. However they are only for one week so will something better be available on 14th August? Or is BT reducing offers in front of the price hike in September?
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) about 1 year ago
@961a No idea as usually only know about changes a few hours ahead of time.
Posted by 21again about 1 year ago
Time BT replaced Sainsbury vouchers with Teso or ASDA or even Morrisons and the Co-Op, not many/any Sainsbury stores in Scotland :P
Posted by tommy45 about 1 year ago
@961a Does anyone care ? BT should be reducing line rental and call prices not giving away poxy vouchers and offering free bb tv, whilst the rest of bt's customer base ends up susidising these offers
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