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BT Offer Cheaper Basic Broadband and Unlimited Anytime Calls

Posted Friday, March 30th, 2012 (2:16 pm) by Michael Cross (Score 1,414)
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National UK ISP BT has today begun offering their basic broadband (‘up to’ 20Mbps speeds, 10GB usage allowance, unlimited WiFi and free HomeHub router) package with unlimited Anytime UK landline calls (free for the first year) from £13 per month.

The package, which by modern standards isn’t anything special, also comes with a £25 Sainsbury’s Gift Card and customers will also need to pay line rental from £10.75 a month. A free connection for new phone lines (normally £130) is also being thrown in. Offer ends 26/04/12.

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6 Responses
  1. me

    £23.75/month for a 10gb limit is crazy!

  2. Sledgehammer

    BT have always been tightfisted and have a skinflint attitude on usage allowances.

  3. Martin

    Ha , It’s pretty good deal for us Market 1/2 victims !
    Though, I prefer PlusNet, so I just get them to match it ;-).

    And before anyone punts the Post Office, they do not do anytime calls…

  4. onephat

    i’m on a market 1 exchange bu luckily orange had LLU’d it before they moved back to a BTW product. I get unlimited calls and broadband and i think its about £20 a month. I can’t see why you would be with BT unless it was for infinity.

  5. Deduction

    Violates new ASA rules as it is a broadband bundle the “Unlimited” calls are nothing of the sort…
    “…some areas, including Channel Islands, are excluded”

    They are still quoting UPTO speeds in those terms also. AND TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE the upto speed they quote in those terms does not match the advertised upto speed emblazed on the product selection page…
    (Terms say upto 20Mb product page says upto 16Mb)
    Another so called “special BT deal” to report to the ASA LOL

  6. James

    Post Office are introducing an anytime package with no minimum contract on the 4/5/12. Line rental will be £13.25 pm + £4.50 for anytime.

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