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Friday, June 17th, 2016 (9:14 am) - Score 935
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Telecoms operator BT has reduced the price of their unlimited standard (ADSL) and superfast broadband (FTTC) packages by offering them free for the first 3 months of service, which is then followed by a 9 month discount price. New customers will also get a BT Reward Card worth between £100 and £125.

As usual new subscribers still need to pay standard BT Line Rental of £18.99 inc. VAT per month on top of the broadband charge, although this can be reduced to the monthly equivalent of £17.09 when paying for one year in advance via Line Rental Saver (total £205.08). Otherwise the primary packages are now set out as follows.

Unlimited Broadband + £100 BT Reward Card
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* Included HomeHub 4 Router (£7.95 Delivery)
* Totally Unlimited Usage Allowance
* BTSport Lite
* 100GB Online Cloud Storage
* SmartTalk (voice calls over wifi/3g/4g)
* Unlimited BT WiFi Hotspots
* Parental Controls (Network Level Filter and Anti-Virus etc.)
* Free Weekend Calls
* 12 Month Contract

PRICE: £0 per month for 3 months, then £10 per month for 9 months and £20 thereafter + line rental

Unlimited Infinity 1 + £125 BT Reward Card
* As above, plus..
* Download speeds of up to 52Mbps (9.5Mbps uploads)
* Included HomeHub 5 Router (£7.95 Delivery)
* £49 Activation Fee

PRICE: £0 per month for 3 months, then £15 per month for 9 months and £26 thereafter + line rental

The above offers are available to order until 22nd June 2016.

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  1. Avatar joe pineapples

    Just been working out the fibre package over the 12mth period, taking into account the reward card, minus activation fee and router delivery, works out about £5.65pm for the contract months. Not bad. Shame you get a bit stuffed with line rental (like with most).

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