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BT Consumer extends high value BT Reward Card offers

BT Consumer has extended its offers for fixed line broadband which means that the £150 BT Reward Card on ADSL2+ and £200 on BT Infinity is now available until 18th May 2017 with the full product range in our listings at https://www.thinkbroadband.com/isps/bt

The BT Mobile offers have also updated and while the extra data allowance offers have ended it is replaced with gift card values ranging from £30 to £100 and discounts on the 2GB, 6GB and 15GB packages that also run until 18th May.

The minimum contract term on the BT Consumer products is 12 months and to avoid the sting of the standard pricing that will apply at the end of the 12 months people can either migrate to another provider with a decent offer or as many find there are retention offers available either in your online BT account or if you chase BT yourself. The downside is that the retention offers are not automatic and as with other providers you normally enter into a new minimum contract term, ensure that you are fully aware of how long the new minimum contract is, we see varying terms of 12 to 24 months mentioned.

As ever the pricing and offers can vary according to how you reach the providers website, so follow the links on our product listing page which should mean you then get the offer details we have in our listings. 

Comments

@thinkbroadband No rewards for loyalty then!

  • @ChristineFoJD
  • comment via twitter
  • 3 months ago

They should think about reducing the prices, BT as always is more expensive than the others.

  • zyborg47
  • 3 months ago

Christine, So play their game, Sign up, take the reward and then leave when the prices rise. I did that 3 times in a row. Moved on but I got more from them than they ever did from me.

  • ZenUser27
  • 3 months ago

If BT Consumer tried to be cheaper in a significant permanent way then would trigger investigations from Ofcom.

NOTE: As they don't sell 40/10 VDSL2 when that drops in price in 2018 they may also look more expensive, but so may TalkTalk who use 40/2. Largest users of 40/10 are Sky, EE, Plusnet

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • 3 months ago

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