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UK ISP BT Reduces Unlimited Broadband and FTTC Prices Again

Thursday, February 4th, 2016 (11:51 am) - Score 1,087

New customers looking to join BT may like to know that the ISP has cut the price of their unlimited home broadband (both ADSL and superfast FTTC) packages again and on top of that their 20GB BTMobile plan has been reduced from £20 to £16 per month for existing BT customers (£21 for non-BT subscribers).

As usual the promotions are only available to new customers who also take the ISPs own mandatory Phone Line Rental service, which costs either £17.99 per month as standard or £194.28 (equivalent to £16.19 per month) when pre-paid for a full year in advance. Otherwise the main offers are as follows.

Unlimited Broadband + Free Weekend Calls
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* Included HomeHub 4 Router (£6.95 Delivery)
* Totally Unlimited Usage Allowance
* BTSport 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)

PRICE: £5 per month for 12 months (£18 thereafter) + line rental

Unlimited Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls
* As above, plus..
* Download speeds of up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps uploads)
* Included HomeHub 5 Router (£6.95 Delivery)
* £49 Activation Fee

PRICE: £10 per month for 12 months (£25 thereafter) + line rental

Unlimited Infinity 2 + Weekend Calls
* As above, plus..
* Download speeds of up to 76Mbps (19Mbps uploads)
* Free Activation
* 50GB Cloud storage

PRICE: £25 per month for 12 months (£30 thereafter) + line rental

Take note that the BTInfinity 2 package at the bottom also includes a £50 Prepaid Mastercard.

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3 Responses
  1. Avatar cyclope says:

    So those who have BT line rental will be getting stiffed some more in the near future then, When BT increase line rental again which they will,Glad i’m no longer a BT consumer customer

  2. Avatar Avalon says:

    Cyclope the wholesale line rental cost is due to drop in April, any supplier increasing it would have some explaining to do. Wholesale cost is under £9/month inc VAT excluding connection charge (depends on line state/source). Something doesn’t quite add up though, if you add the wholesale cost that OR charge in year one together for 40/10 (yearly subscription plus connection) it averages over £15+VAT, yet BT is charging out at just over £14.00 *inc* VAT with free hardware for 40/10 and bundling BT Sport etc. It could be that BT are billing on a 28 days cycle now so pulling in 13 payments a month or they may be banking on revenue from other sources (call charges on the line etc.) but it doesn’t look like they are making a margin on broadband *if* they are paying OR wholesale prices.

  3. Avatar Kilvane says:

    Avalon,

    How do you think BT pays for the cheap fibre service? and bt sports?

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