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UK ISP BT Cut Unlimited Broadband to £5 and Superfast FTTC to £10

Friday, July 8th, 2016 (8:02 am) - Score 1,173

Internet provider BT has cut the monthly price of their standard (up to 17Mbps ADSL2+) Unlimited Broadband package to just £5 per month and their superfast (up to 38Mbps FTTC) Unlimited Infinity 1 service has also been reduced to £10 per month. New customers will also get a BT Reward Card worth between £50 and £100.

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, which 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.

Note: We are using total prices below, which includes the cost of line rental saver (monthly equivalent). The price in brackets is the post-contract cost, which will apply if you stay with BT after the first year contract and discounts have ended.

Unlimited Broadband + £50 BT Reward Card
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* Included HomeHub 4 Router (£7.95 Delivery)
* Totally Unlimited Usage
* BT Sport Lite
* 100GB Online Cloud Storage
* SmartTalk (voice calls over wifi/3g/4g)
* Unlimited BT Wi-Fi Hotspots
* Parental Controls (Network Level Filter and Anti-Virus etc.)
* Free Weekend Calls
* 12 Month Contract

PRICE (Line Rental Saver): £22.09 per month for 12 months (£37.09 thereafter)

Unlimited Infinity 1 + £100 BT Reward Card
* As above, plus..
* Download speeds of up to 52Mbps (9.5Mbps uploads)
* Included SmartHub Router (£7.95 Delivery)
* £49 Activation Fee

PRICE (Line Rental Saver): £27.09 per month for 12 months (£43.09 thereafter)

The Infinity package of course includes BT’s latest SmartHub router, which only recently launched and appears to be quite powerful. The above prices should be available to order for the next week.

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9 Responses
  1. Avatar Michael says:

    When do these prices go live? Looking on the BT website the Unlimited Infinity 1 is £20 a month and not £10 as above also the Unlimited Broadband is £13 a month and not £5.

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Try following through via the article links for BT above as they do show for me.

  2. Avatar craski says:

    Offers mean very little when the small print says they can increase prices mid contract term if they want to.

    I was six months into a BT £5/month ADSL deal and BT increased £5/month to £7.50/month.
    Talk Talk did exactly the same on previous deal I had with them.

    I do realise you get what you pay for but as our ADSL offering is so slow I always negotiate hard to get a cheap deal as why should I pay roughly the same as the guys a few miles along the road who get 80Mb VDSL for about the same price as our crappy ~2Mb ADSL.

    1. Avatar karl says:

      Likewise a deal i had from BT increased twice inside the 18 month contract. Do not be fooled people.

    2. Avatar commentor1 says:

      They may well be able to increase prices on you, but unless they set out in advance by how much this will be, you are entitled to cancel your contract without penalty. Some networks, especially mobile ones like O2 and Virgin Mobile, write in a clause that “adjusts” your monthly price by RPI each March/April. However, that also means (in theory) your price could go down if RPI is negative, as there’s nothing saying it can’t go down in the contracts!

      In any case, having the right to leave without penalty is the strongest possible bargaining tool you really have, so take it as a blessing rather than a curse. BT wanted to increase our 80/20 FTTC from £25 (already an offer price below £30) to £27.50 (instead of £32.50). We phoned up near closing time and they offered us it for £15 for 2 years (no price changes during this time, they said), plus the Anytime calls for £5 instead of £7.95 going to £8.50. Oh, and we got Line Rental Saver before that went up, at £194.28.

      Phoning up and threatening to leave can achieve a lot, as shown above!

    3. Avatar karl says:

      “Phoning up and threatening to leave can achieve a lot, as shown above!”

      Just leaving achieves a lot more.

  3. Avatar Farakh says:

    I actually look forward to any mid term price increases with my talktalk package, it allows me to negotiate a better deal. I’m in my 13th month of my 18th month fibre large contract where I have been paying £10 a month.

  4. Avatar Matthew says:

    Any way of getting this infinity deal as a current customer? Contract expires end of this month, so rang BT up & all they could offer me was Unlimited Infinity 1 at £20pm exc line rental. Typical…

  5. Avatar Shahnur Islam says:

    Ordered this on the phone yesterday with them but never received a confirmation email. Called them today and they said they never received an order but the offer has now expired. If i do place an order it will cost another £60 for the year! Trying to get their customer service to sort it out.

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