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You need to select a Usage Profile which best describes how much you think you will download from the Internet. If you are unsure, you should probably select "Home Light" or "Home Medium". It may be worth discussing this with other members of your household as some activity (e.g. downloading movies online) can increase the usage significantly. This setting will NOT affect the pricing for 'unlimited' packages.

Packages (based on 3GB transfer) - incl. 20% VAT
Package Name Speed Setup Monthly First Year
BT Broadband Unlimited and Weekend Calls **£50 BT Reward Card** 10 Mbps £19.99 £24.99 £299.95
Superfast Fibre Unlimited and Weekend Calls **£120 BT Reward Card** 50 Mbps £9.99 £31.99 £383.90
Superfast Fibre 2 Unlimited with Weekend Calls **£130 BT Reward Card** 67 Mbps £9.99 £41.99 £503.86
Superfast Fibre Plus with 1GB mobile data **£20 BT Reward Card** 67 Mbps £9.99 £61.99 £743.90
Superfast Fibre Plus with 80GB mobile data **£75 reward card** 67 Mbps £9.99 £89.99 £1,079.86
BT Ultrafast Fibre Plus **£140 BT Reward Card** 145 Mbps £59.99 £54.99 £659.95
BT Ultrafast Fibre 2 Plus **£140 BT Reward Card** 300 Mbps £59.99 £59.99 £719.86
BT TV Entertainment with Superfast Fibre Unlimited Weekend Calls **£120 BT Reward Card** 50 Mbps £29.99 £43.99 £527.90
BT TV Max with Superfast Fibre Unlimited and Weekend Calls **Includes BT Sport + £120 BT Reward Card** 50 Mbps £29.99 £55.99 £671.90
BT TV Max with Superfast Fibre 2 Unlimited and Weekend Calls **Includes BT Sport + £130 BT Reward Card** 67 Mbps £29.99 £65.99 £791.86
BT Mobile 500MB 4G SIM Plan **£10 reward for existing BT customers** 30 Mbps FREE £8.00 £96.00
BT Mobile 500MB 4G SIM Plan **£10 reward for non BT Broadband customers** 30 Mbps FREE £13.00 £156.00
BT Mobile 5GB 4G SIM Plan **£25 BT Reward Card for BT Broadband customers** 30 Mbps FREE £12.00 £144.00
BT Mobile 5GB 4G SIM Plan **£25 BT Reward Card for non BT Broadband customers** 30 Mbps FREE £17.00 £204.05
BT Mobile 6GB 4G SIM Plan **£40 BT Reward Card for existing BT Broadband customers** 60 Mbps FREE £17.00 £204.00
BT Mobile 6GB 4G SIM Plan **£40 BT Reward Card for non BT Broadband customers** 60 Mbps FREE £22.00 £264.00
BT Mobile 25GB 4G SIM Plan **£55 BT Reward Card for existing BT Broadband customers** 60 Mbps FREE £27.00 £324.00
BT Mobile 25GB 4G SIM Plan **£55 BT Reward Card for non BT Broadband customers** 60 Mbps FREE £32.00 £384.00
BT Business Broadband 17 Mbps £36.00 £14.40 £208.80
BT Business Unlimited Broadband 17 Mbps FREE £22.80 £273.60
BT Business Unlimited Broadband + Phone + UK Calls 17 Mbps FREE £45.48 £545.76
BT Business Unlimited Broadband Premium 17 Mbps FREE £32.40 £388.80
BT Business Infinity 76 Mbps FREE £33.60 £403.20
BT Business Infinity Unlimited 76 Mbps FREE £42.00 £504.00
BT Business Infinity Unlimited + Phone 76 Mbps FREE £51.48 £617.76

red prices indicated packages with usage based pricing (the more you download, the more it costs)

ISP Details
Name BT
Legal Name BT Retail
Company Type UK Public Limited Company
ISPA Member Corporate
What is this?

ISPA is the Internet Services Providers' Association (www.ispa.org.uk), a trade association which many ISPs are members of. ISPA members are subject to the ISPA Code of Practice in addition to any other dispute resolution schemes they may subscribe to.

Ofcom Code of Practice Yes
What is this?

The Ofcom Voluntary Code of Practice (Broadband) is an agreement broadband providers can subscribe to which promises they will provide consumers with information on the speeds they can achieve, what sort of traffic limits might be in place, etc. More details at www.ofcom.org.uk

Migration Support Inbound and Outbound
What is this?

Migration is the process of moving a broadband service from one ISP to another, usually minimising the amount of disruption in the process. Inbound migration means your ISP will allow you to transfer to their service from another ISP. Outbound migration means you can transfer from their service to another ISP.

If your ISP doesn't support migration, you would need to cancel your broadband service, wait until it's removed from your line and then re-order with another ISP. This may cost most and will result in a longer period of no connectivity.

We recommend you choose an ISP which support both inbound and outbound migration.

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Contact Details
Sales Telephone 0800 800 150 (Free Call (e.g. 0800)) Mon - Fri (07:30 - 22:00) | Sat (07:30 - 22:00) | Sun (09:00 - 22:00)
Support Telephone 0800 111 4567 (Non-geographic "lo-call" (e.g. 0845)) Open 24/7
Reviews

Other than being very expensive I am unable to find fault with BT broadband, TV, mobile, Though the TV is stupid in comparison to Netflix, NowTV and Amazon Prime all BT films are to be paid for, with one or two exceptions, overall BT is good value very good

  • 333geoff333
  • 3 days ago

I left BT for Rapid Rural after the excellent staff at BT struggled to get a half reliable service out of their aged infrastrucure. The harm this underinvestment has done the economy must be immense.

Rapid RUral supply 80Mbps for a not inconsiderable £42/month, using wireless from the Buckinghamshire county hall to the local church to a dish on the side of my garage. Really good and appropriate for a rural location. Why BT haven't used more wireless for low density areas is beyond me. But THANKS to Rapid Rural for helping bring my IT up to date!

  • breeses
  • 3 days ago

BT Infinity Upgrade

Persuaded by discount offer to "Upgrade" from a 52 Mb/s Infinity which had consistently given speeds of 49 - 51.
New Infinity 2 service, nominally 76 Mb/s' produces download speeds of only about the same as Infinity 1 or slightly less. The upload speed however has increased to about 16-18 Mb/s

In the 6 months since the change BT engineers have visited and checked the installation but have failed to provide any improvement.

As the two services cost the approximately the same I am not inclined to pursue it any further, but I still suspect that an error was made in the setting up of the new service.

  • Glentane
  • 3 days ago

I live in a rural Cumbrian location. BT were bribed by the misgovernment to bring FTTC here, and my broadband went from 2 to 13 and then later to 35 download (although only 1.7 upload). This is excellent performance. However, it is a Market 1 exchange so there is no competition. All monopolies are evil, and BT abuses it's position as monopoly suppler. Their customer care sucks, I hate calling them. If I could change I would, but there is no alternative.

  • TheOldFellow
  • 3 days ago

Bt Customer service is definitely improved and speed for the village is improving

  • djkriss
  • 3 days ago

Speeds good (70 down 18 up) and very reliable, so no opportunity to try out customer servce.

  • Wyton
  • 3 days ago

Oh dear, oh dear. Broadband connection has been dire throughout April and May. BT seem incapable of rectifying our problems

  • JackieGrebby
  • 3 days ago

Constantly drops out when streaming data. Customer service say due to congestion.

  • viccot
  • 3 days ago

Down load speed is around what is promised 75Mbs, up load 18.5Mbs.
Internet been dropping out recently not too much of a problem. Email taking along time to connect to BT server. This is a minor problem, but irritating. Not contacted BT support yet regards these issues.

  • Grumbledene
  • 3 days ago

Great new FTTP connection and separate phone line but problem is imy new numbers already been given to some scammers in Asia (sounds like an Indian call centre) who are constantly ringing to ‘help me fix my ISDN broadband problem’!

Never had this with other providers - Perhaps really bad security/confidentiality somewhere in BT?

  • gmorris4
  • 3 days ago

Every day the signal drops out, I am just not getting value for money

  • buzzer999
  • 3 days ago

Download speeds excellent, as promised.....very near local exchange. UK customer centre in Glasgow very helpful in respect of minor enquiry. I cannot fault the service offered by BT.

  • DAtcheson
  • 3 days ago

My Smart Hub has an ongoing intermittent fault. It keeps glowing Orange which means no internet access. It recovers the connection a few minutes later.
This is highly frustrating when trying to meet deadlines with work emails, or streaming video content.
I have repeatedly reported the intermittent fault to BT. No effective remedy has ever been provided.
I will not renew when my contract ends.

The other annoying thing is when I log in to chat to report faults... every time the chat is ended before my report is resolved. My guess is that the support staff know that Smart Hubs are prone to this fault and have no answer.

  • awordsmith
  • 3 days ago


BT is VERY VERY EXPENSIVE, but I suppose that it is Ok,
The customer service is something else,- it is appalling, I don't think that the people at the call centres. can even read the script in front of them properly, they certainly don't listen to what you tell them. All they want to do is sell unwanted packages of film or sport.
BT is also VERY EXPENSIVE for what it is, I shall seriously consider leaving BT when my contract is up.
It is about time that BT starts to listen to it's customers more, and not it's share holders.

  • peterradio
  • 16 days ago

The download speeds are OK, I would like an improvement but I will have to wait until the area is improved. When I had a problem (physical connection) BT response was very good.

  • Dodgertoo
  • 29 days ago

I have been with BT for 2 years.For most of that time I was perfectly happy.Latterly there have been days when the connection breaks then returns minutes later.I am satisfied now that it has something to do with BT - not my setup. I haven't complained because Virgin have just laid cables in our village and next month I shall change to them. My second complaint about BT is the quasi threatening "Goodbye" emails from them.Frankly they need lessons in customer relations.Consequently if things do not work out with Virgin I will not return to BT under any circumstances.

  • Julius123
  • about 1 month ago

Very bad month: it took them two weeks to fix a broadband failure at the exchange! No explanation. Required me to stay in for them on three mornings. Offered £30 compensation.

  • gpatt
  • about 1 month ago

We are all, in our village, very fed up with the BB coverage. The speed is mediocre and the connection is very unstable and drops out regularly every day. When phoned on numerous occasions, BT say they can see no problem. I was even told that they don't promise a stable conection all the time !! Openreach has started to erect fibre cables but the job was abandoned last Autumn when they ran out of money. We will probably have to have FTTP as we are 4 miles from the exchange which has already been fibre enabled.

  • lagalesa
  • about 1 month ago

My download speed started at 27 and has gradually reduced to around 22 Mbps. This has happened before and it gets fixed then the cycle of decreasing speed repeats. This on a system that has fiber to the cabinet and is capable of delivering 72Mbps.Also when streaming television programs it keeps losing the connection and the stream has to be restarted. Very annoying.

  • viccot
  • about 1 month ago

On entering I was aked by BT for a password, which I found very odd. Despite entering my BT password I still could nor access the internet or send e-mails. I contacted BT (faults) and ended up speaking to a man in Dublin!!!! He said there were quite a few problems affecting the internet and my area was one of them. On further checking of the areas I discovered mine had no reported faults. I then went back on to BT and ended up in that wonderful place India!!!!! A Mr Chaterjee was quite helpful and fixed it - or so I thought. He had fixed it to the extend that I could receive e-mails but NOT send them. I then got another Indian man who was worse tahn useless he could fix it at all and didn't seem very knowledgeable. In the end I called in a very good IT friend of mine who eventually managed to fix it. He confirmed it was a BT mistake.

  • tilldiem
  • about 1 month ago

would change in a flash if other ISP could give so called super fast broadband in this area. Customer service comes from other side of the world can't understand what they are saying 80% of the time.
Open reach called 6 times and each time they came up with a different reason why I was getting 1-10mbs and paying for 65.
Thanks to a SKY engineer that problem was fixed he came to install sky TV box. Thank you sky

  • cettown6511
  • about 1 month ago

would change in a flash if other ISP could give so called super fast broadband in this area. Customer service comes from other side of the world can't understand what they are saying 80% of the time.
Open reach called 6 times and each time they came up with a different reason why I was getting 1-10mbs and paying for 65.
Thanks to a SKY engineer that problem was fixed he came to install sky TV box. thank you sky

  • cettown6511
  • about 1 month ago

Poor and costly service.

  • pugwashtizzie
  • about 1 month ago

We’ve been here a month, and in that time the connection has been abysmal. A new router has been supplied, but every afternoon the connection continually drops out. BT say they are ‘working on it’ but so far I’m relying on 4G for much of the day.

  • JackieGrebby
  • about 1 month ago

I have been with BT over decades - and am generally happy with the service. Most times, when there has been a "glitch", the problem is resolved - but you have to jump through hoops, as the "admin" often leaves much to be desired. That I am still with BT says that I am pretty happy - but there COULD be improvement with their Admin staff.

  • lelboy
  • about 1 month ago

On BT Fibre. Netflix drop outs occurring all the time and the same with amazon prime streaming. Advertised as up to 72 it only achieves 27. About 0.5 mile away from the cabinet. Very poor service and complaining achieves absolutely nothing except a threat to charge for a visit if the problem is on the premises. Crap service all round.

  • viccot
  • about 1 month ago

I was on standard BT Broadband getting a download speed of around 3.3MBPS. BT told me I could now get BT Infinity at my home. I upgraded, paid the one-off installation fee, agreed to the increased monthly payment, and I now get 1.8MBPS download speed.

When I run the BT speed tester, it either tells me the speed is 2.0MBPS (the minmum BT contracted speed - funny old thing), or fails to provide a speed because the connection is so slow. They have tested my line and declared it fully operational. And because it meets the minmum contracted speed, they won't do anything about it.

Beware of claims from BT about the speed they can offer you.

  • denyer
  • about 1 month ago

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