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UK ISP BT Slashes Unlimited Broadband and Fibre FTTC Prices

Friday, September 9th, 2016 (10:28 am) - Score 1,443

Internet provider BT has introduced a discount that cuts the cost of their standard (up to 17Mbps) unlimited broadband package to just £4.50 per month for 12 months, while their superfast (up to 52Mbps) Unlimited Infinity 1 service is now reduced to £9.50 and 76Mbps Infinity 2 to £25.

As usual the promotion, which is only available to new subscribers until the end of next week, still requires customers to pay standard BT’s Standard Line Rental of £18.99 inc. VAT per month on top of the broadband fee. However 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).

NOTE: We use total all-in prices below, which includes the cost of line rental saver (monthly equivalent). The price in brackets is the post-discount cost, which will apply if you stay with BT after the first 12 month offer has ended.

Unlimited Broadband
* 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: £21.59 per month for 12 months (£37.09 thereafter)

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

PRICE: £26.59 per month for 12 months (£43.09 thereafter)

Unlimited Infinity 2
* As above, plus..
* Download speeds of up to 76Mbps (19Mbps uploads)
* 500GB Online Cloud Storage
* Free Activation

PRICE: £42.09 per month for 12 months (£49.59 thereafter)

Take note that customers who cancel their service within the first 12 month contract period will also have to pay back the cost of BT’s router, which is £55 for the HomeHub 4 and £65 for the SmartHub.

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    “Take note that customers who cancel their service within the first 12 month contract period will also have to pay back the cost of BT’s router, which is £55 for the HomeHub 4 and £65 for the SmartHub.”

    The customer is then left with a router that cannot be used with another ISP. (Not sure if these Homehubs can be cracked by those with IT skills to work with other ISP’S or not.)

    1. Bob2002 says:

      I believe the HomeHub will work with Plusnet.

      The HomeHub 5 can have OpenWRT installed on it, not difficult but not something the average person will attempt either – I’m using an OpenWRT hacked one now.

      https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/bt/homehub_v5a

      As far as deferred equipment charges go they are definitely worth thinking about, you can easily end up with around £150 of contractual liabilities that BT do not list in the contract breakdown they send you –

      http://www.ispreview.co.uk/talk/showthread.php/34222-The-curious-case-of-deferred-equipment-charges

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