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New offers on BT Consumer Infinity 1 and ADSL2+ services
Friday 17 June 2016 15:43:31 by Andrew Ferguson

BT Consumer has rejigged its pricing and with the introduction of three months free broadband it has made listing the package titles a bit more complex.

The usual BT Reward Cards (which translate into a prepaid MasterCard) are available but with values of £100 on the ADSL2+ services and £125 on the Infinity (FTTC/FTTP) range, the offers are in place until the end of 23rd June 2016.

For those chasing the BT 4G SIM deals iTunes and Amazon Gift Cards are back with face values of £20, £40 and £80 so long as you remember to claim the cards.

  • Unlimited BT Broadband (ADSL2+) with weekend calls, includes a £100 BT Reward Card, free broadband for three months then £10/m for the next 9 months plus the usual £18.99/m line rental. Home Hub delivery charge of £7.95 applies. Up to 17 Mbps line speeds. 12 month contract with broadband at £20/m after the minimum term. Access to BT Sports Lite pack.
  • Unlimited BT Infinity 1 with weekend calls, includes a £125 BT Reward Card, free broadband for 3 months then £15/month for the next 9 months plus the usual £18.99/m line rental. £49 activation fee applies and a Home Hub delivery charge of £7.95. Up to 52 Mbps download speeds and up to 9.5 Mbps upload speeds. 12 month contract with broadband at £26/month after the minimum term. Access to BT Sports Lite pack.
  • BT TV Entertainment Plus Unlimited BT Infinity 1 with weekend calls, a £125 BT Reward card, broadband £10/m for 3 months then £20/m for 9 months plus line rental at £18.99/m. £49 activation fee applies and a Home Hub delivery charge of £7.95. Up to 52 Mbps download speeds with up to 9.5 Mbps upload speeds. 12 month contract with broadband at £36/month after the minimum term. Includes all BT Sport channels apart from Ultra HD.

A saving of 10% is possible on the line rental if you pay 12 months in advance, once the service has gone live.

Comments

Posted by BuckleZ 6 months ago
Don't forget Topcashback or Quidco :)
Posted by zyborg47 6 months ago
And they will still be more expensive than most other providers, almost £19 a month for line rental, getting flipping stupid because we get nothing for it, just a total rip off.
Posted by Mr_Fluffy 6 months ago
There are times when I think their Infinity 2 customers (ourselves included) are being neglected in all this latest rejigging.

I have nothing to complain about as far as D/L and U/L speeds are concerned, but I am getting more and more annoyed by their ready compliance with legal pressures to shut down torrent sites that do more than provide dodgy downloads.

I've already jacked in their Infinity router because it won't let me use the DNS of my choice, and I'm now considering using a VPN to stop them heavy handedly censoring what I want to connect to.
Posted by BuckleZ 6 months ago
It's the high court rules to block websites, can't blame BT
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