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BT Consumer Black Friday sale offers

The next set of broadband offers for Black Friday sale week are out, running until the end of 28th November BT has a range of offers. We already knew due to a previous press release that unlimited ADSL2+ would be £22.99/m and unlimited Infinity 1 £27.99/m which is only £2/m less than previous offers, and negated by a drop in the BT Reward Card from £75 to 50 and £125 to £100 respectively.

The key savings seem to be on BT Infinity 2 which is down by £5/m to £44.99 per month for the 12 month contract, and if you buy some of the BT TV packages, e.g. BT Total Entertainment is down from £47.99/m to £40.99 when taken with unlimited BT Infinity 1.

The BT Mobile SIM only deals have also been refreshed, with the key offer being £2/off and 3GB rather than 2GB and a £40 gift card on the mid range service, so now £8/m for existing BT Broadband/Infinity customers and £13/m for non BT customers. The 15GB plan is down in price to £15 or £20/m (higher price for non BT customers) saving £5/m, plus an additional 5GB of data each month and a hefty £80 gift card.


I assume for new customers.

  • dgmckenzie
  • about 1 year ago

Can always try retentions, but don't expect reward cards, in return for agreeing to a new contract better than standard price deals are possible - but not guaranteed.

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • about 1 year ago

Still won't give as good price for adsl1 to existing customers as new ones can have infinity1, not that it is available to rural customers anyway.

  • brianhe
  • about 1 year ago

Wait till price goes up - leave then come back as a new customer - I even did it so that they just turned my line back on again - got the reward card and cash back every time - boom! :)

  • ZenUser27
  • about 1 year ago

Offer appears to be available at a Market 1 exchange, so much cheaper than Plusnet.

  • Michael_Chare
  • about 1 year ago

Well the £59,99 connection fee sucks - even when you run a migration through - so not not really cheaper

  • ZenUser27
  • about 1 year ago

Ordering via Quidco gives a further £120 cashback (assuming BT pay it, which is by no means certain) on top of the £100 reward card for unlimited infinity 1. Bye bye Plusnet for me.

  • jimdeep
  • about 1 year ago

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