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UK ISP BT Business Cuts Superfast “Fibre Broadband” Prices

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 (9:29 am) - Score 824
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The war over domestic grade business broadband prices continues as BT Business have today launched their own offer, which cuts the price of their superfast “Fibre Broadband” (FTTC) packages for new customers by £5 +vat per month on their 24 month contract options.

Customers who take one of the three package options will also get an included HomeHub 5 router, unlimited access to the operators network of WiFi hotspots, a free FTTC engineer installation, 10 email addresses and a pledge that you’ll “always get at least 80% of the maximum possible speed your line can give” (could be a tough ask on some lines).

Business Infinity
* Downloads of up to 38 Mbps
* Uploads of up to 9.5Mbps
* Standard Care (i.e. they aim to fix any faults within 2 working days)
* 50GB Usage Allowance

PRICE: £20 per month (originally £25)

Business Infinity Unlimited
* Downloads of up to 38 Mbps
* Uploads of up to 9.5Mbps
* Prompt Care (i.e. they aim to fix any faults by the end of the next working day)
* 1 licence for Microsoft Office 365 Small Business included
* 50MB Webspace
* Unlimited Usage Allowance

PRICE: £27 per month (originally £32)

Business Infinity Premium
* Downloads of up to 76 Mbps
* Uploads of up to 19Mbps
* Prompt Care
* 1 licence for Microsoft Office 365 Small Business included
* 50MB Webspace
* Extra IT support (1 licence for BT Tech Heads included)
* Unlimited Usage Allowance

PRICE: £35 per month (originally £40)

Customers that want to add a phone line with their package will also pay a total of £36 per month for Business Infinity, £43 for Business Infinity Unlimited and £51 for Business Infinity Premium (i.e. an extra £16 +vat per month). Apparently the special offer prices will be available until 5th December 2014.

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