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Sale on BT Broadband and mobile products until 30th November

BT is the next of the large broadband providers to announce its Black Friday offers and while the pattern is very like their normal cycle there are some highlights for those who have been waiting for the best offers

  • BT Infinity 1 Unlimited Fibre Broadband (FTTC/FTTP) £10 per month for 12 months. £100 prepaid MasterCard.
  • Unlimited Broadband (ADSL2+) £5 per month for 12 months. £50 prepaid MasterCard.
  • BT TV Total Entertainment with BT Infinity 1 Unlimited. £23 per month for 12 months, £100 prepaid MasterCard. Includes UHD YouView set-top box with BT Sports Ultra HD channel and other premium IPTV channels.
  • Mobile 2GB 4G SIM £8/month for 12 months. Save £2/month in sale and also get a choice of a £20 iTunes or Amazon Gift Card. Add £5 extra if you are not a new or existing BT customer. SIM only deal includes 500 minutes of calls and unlimited text allowance plus the 2GB of 4G data each month.
  • Anyone buying a BT Broadband package can add the full BT Sport Pack on a 30 day rolling contract, rather than the usual 12 month contract.

Fixed line broadband deals require you to pay your voice line rental via BT Retail at £17.99 per month.

Correction Changes at 11:40am as the Love2Shop vouchers were not meant to be on the landing pages for the Black Friday sale offer (some BT pages had the offer, others did not), the £50 or £100 prepaid MasterCard offer still applies. Additionally the mobile with fixed line broadband bundles have now also updated on the BT website to reflect the Black Friday promotion of £2/month off the 2GB 4G SIM package and are also listing the prepaid MasterCard instead of the standard Sainsbury's Gift Card.


Please sort the links out. They just direct to this news article

  • kamelion
  • over 3 years ago

Fixed one, fixing another where BT seems to have moved stuff with no warning

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • over 3 years ago

BT rearranging stuff with no notice... never!

Interesting they've shifted from Sainsbury's Gift Cards over to prepaid Mastercards... pretty much as near to cash as you're going to get. I'd imagine this must cost BT more than offering some sort of gift card.

  • binary
  • over 3 years ago

I've just had my sainsburys voucher through which is nice but the prepaid mastercard would have been better. Just because it opens up more choices. Still great gift though :)

  • ZenUser27
  • over 3 years ago

Just in case you couldn't think of anything to spend your Sainsbury's voucher on!

  • binary
  • over 3 years ago

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