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BT Gets in on the Black Friday Bandwagon with Unlimited Broadband Sale

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014 (10:36 am) - Score 1,693

In case you hadn’t realised it, the Black Friday Sales phenomenon has over the past few years been imported from the USA and is now hitting UK shores. Naturally ISPs are getting in on the action and so BT has put their Totally Unlimited Broadband (ADSL2+ and FTTC / BTInfinity) packages on a special discount.

As usual new customers will need to take BT’s Line Rental from the equivalent of £13.32 per month, when pre-paid for one year in advance, or £16.99 monthly and the promotion itself will only be available to order until 1st December 2014. The offers also come with a 12 month contract.

Unlimited Broadband
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* Totally Unlimited Usage Allowance
* 5GB Online Cloud Storage
* HomeHub 4 Router
* BT SmartTalk (voice calls over wifi/3g/4g)
* FREE UK Weekend Calls (add Anytime calls for £7.50)
* Unlimited BTWiFi Hotspots
* FREE BT Sport TV Content
* Parental Controls (Network Level Filter and Anti-Virus etc.)
* £50 Sainsbury’s Gift Card

PRICE: £5 per month for the first 12 months (£18 thereafter)

Unlimited BTInfinity1
* As above except..
* Download speeds of up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps uploads)
* HomeHub 5 Router
* FREE BT Sport TV Content
* £100 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
* BT NetProtect Plus (enhanced security)
* £30 Activation Charge

PRICE: £10 per month for the first 12 months (£23 thereafter)

It’s also interesting to note that BT now reports their UK FTTC coverage to be at 68%. Also take note that there’s the usual £6.95 delivery charge for the Hub.

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17 Responses
  1. terri says:

    a deal of rubbish vdsl and adsl2+=dial up ill pass

  2. adslmax says:

    FTTC DLM is switched off by Openreach as of 21/11/14

    1. No Clue says:

      Where did you read that? Or was it sarcasm?

    2. No Clue says:

      Interesting does not look like DLM is gone from my line.

    3. No Clue says:

      Interesting so people who have had a line problem and were waiting for DLM to put their broadband speeds back to what they should be and normally are are now up a creak without a paddle.

      Good old BT idiots!

  3. Fibreless Fred says:

    The BT/Openreach Cabal aren’t getting a penny more from me until they deign to furnish us with Fibre.

    1. adslmax says:

      FTTPoD is available if u want it!

    2. Ignitionnet says:

      If he can’t get FTTC he can’t get FoD, and even if he can get FTTC there’s a >50% chance he can’t get FoD.

    3. FibreFred says:

      lol, funny or childish?

  4. No Clue says:

    Following on from…

    Oh BTs take up must be bad to need deals like this. Que one annoyed idiot below.

    1. Raindrops says:

      hehe oh i see what you did there 😉

  5. dave says:

    this is a fantastic deal ordered it with £151.50 topcashback and £100 sainsburys voucher. Works out at £12.94/month inc anytime calls.

    1. Stuart says:

      How did you get £151.50 cash back ?

    2. Raindrops says:

      Getting money back from topcashback is roughly the same roulette game of chance as getting a reliable FTTC connection.

  6. tim says:

    FTTC is abysmal and stop selling products what don’t give you as told and stick your estimate speeds up your @ss

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