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BT Cuts Unlimited FTTC Superfast Broadband Package to GBP10

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 (7:47 am) - Score 918
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BT has reduced the standard cost of their Unlimited BTInfinity 1 (up to 38Mbps FTTC) + Weekend Calls bundle to £10 per month and it will remain on offer at this price until 28th July. Plus new BTMobile customers are also being offered an extra £10 iTunes or £10 Amazon Voucher.

The online discount will apply for the entire length of the package’s 12 month contract term, although as usual new customers will also need to take out BT’s Phone Line Rental and that costs either £16.99 per month as standard or £183.48 when pre-paid for a full year in advance (equivalent of £15.29 per month).

Unlimited Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls Features
* Download speeds of up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps uploads)
* Included HomeHub 5 Router (£6.95 Delivery)
* FREE UK Weekend Calls
* Totally Unlimited Usage Allowance
* BT Sport Lite
* 5GB Online Cloud Storage
* SmartTalk (voice calls over wifi/3g/4g)
* Unlimited BTWiFi Hotspots
* Parental Controls (Network Level Filter and Anti-Virus etc.)
* NetProtect Plus (enhanced security)
* £35 Activation Fee

It’s worth pointing out that once the first 12 month term has run its course then BT raises the price for its above package back to £25 per month from month 13. We think BT should probably make this clearer on their website as it’s currently relegated to the convoluted small print, which is now very tedious to read.

Separately there’s also a new offer on the operators SIM-only BTMobile tariffs, specifically the ones with 2GB or 20GB of bundled mobile broadband data, which now offer an additional bonus of being able to take an extra £10 iTunes or £10 Amazon Voucher. Existing BT Broadband customers also benefit from a £5 per month discount.

BT Mobile 2GB Plan
2GB Data
1000 Minutes
Unlimited Texts

PRICE: £12 per month (£17 without discount)

BT Mobile 20GB Plan
20GB Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited Texts

PRICE: £20 per month (£25 without discount)

Take note that the BTMobile service also includes BT Sport Lite and a £50 discount on any mobile handsets purchased through their online shop.

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  1. Avatar Craski

    I understand the need to stimulate take-up but it is a bit of slap in the face to those paying a similar amount for <2Mbps ADSL. I think it would be more fair if the BT charge was pro-rata to connection speed received. i.e. Those that receive the national average download and above pay the full line rental and broadband charge and those with speeds below it are pro-rata. This way, those of us on slow lines would then maybe be able to afford multiple lines and bonding charges to get to a *usable* broadband speed.

  2. Avatar kyle

    “It’s worth pointing out that once the first 12 month term has run its course then BT raises the price for its above package back to £25 per month from month 13.”

    No its worth pointing out the price will likely go up well before month 13.

    http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/broadband-packages/?s_intcid=con_fly_pns_bbpkgs

    bottom of the page quote “Prices may change during the contract period”

  3. Avatar Darren

    Just after they put prices up for existing customers.. as usual.

  4. Avatar Kits

    I have been with my BB supplier for over 2 years no price increase unless you change to a new package. Sometimes it pays to use the smaller guys who do not make stupid offers like free internet or below cost internet for 12 months plus free gift vouchers or such offers to try and make people move to them.

    If I wanted an Amazon gift voucher I would go to Amazon not BT.

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