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UK ISP BT Sweetens their February 2017 Broadband Price Cuts

Friday, February 24th, 2017 (6:49 am) - Score 1,255

Last week BT’s Retail division launched a range of big first year discounts across their broadband packages and the ISP has today decided to improve these offers with even lower prices. On top of that they’ve also boosted their reward cards, with £100 on ADSL and £150 for “Fibre“.

Each package includes a 12 month contract, unlimited usage, free UK weekend calls, a wireless router (SmartHub on BTInfinity or HomeHub 4 for anything else), 100GB of BT Cloud storage (500GB on Unlimited Infinity 2), BT Virus Protect and Parental Controls, BT Call Protect (stops nuisance calls), free access to BT’s WiFi hotspots and BT SmartTalk (voice calls over Wi-Fi/4G).

The additional price reductions are available to order until Wednesday 1st March 2017.

Unlimited Broadband
* Download speeds of up to 17Mbps
* £9.99 Setup fee (one off)
* 12 Month Contract
* £100 Reward Card (MasterCard)

PRICE: £24.49 £23.99 per month for 12 months (£40.99 thereafter)

Unlimited Infinity 1
* Download speeds of up to 52Mbps (9.5Mbps uploads)
* £59.99 Activation Fee (one off)
* £150 Reward Card (MasterCard)

PRICE: £29.49 £28.99 per month for 12 months (£47.49 thereafter)

Unlimited Infinity 2
* Download speeds of up to 76Mbps (19Mbps uploads)
* £29.99 Activation Fee (one off)
* £150 Reward Card (MasterCard)

PRICE: £44.99 per month for 12 months (£53.99 thereafter)

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9 Responses
  1. Avatar Andy says:

    You see this is what I hate. My contract is up and the best they were willing to offer me was £46,99 a month for Infinity 2 on a new 12 month contract. No new offer and certainly no reward.

    I guess my time as a valued customer is up (11 years) which is fine, there are plenty of providers willing to snap that up I am sure. it’s just a shame BT refused to even look at anything past the £46,99

    1. Avatar Ed says:

      Had the same with Virgin only this week and resulted in me leaving them for BT on one of the above deals. I just don’t get, companies used to bend over backwards to keep customers, now it seems they can’t be bothered.

    2. Avatar Declan M says:

      Cancel your contract and join again as a new customer with a different email address and youll get all the gift cards and all that. Simple but if you use the same email address you won’t get anything take it from me done it before.

  2. Avatar Alex says:

    @ed – companies have to make money, they aren’t a charity.

  3. Avatar Kits says:

    I am suprised BT are allowed to keep making you complete new contracts after the initial 12 months. I have been on the same monthly payments years after my original 12 month contract was completed. Now it is a rolling monthly contract at the same monthly fee as the original 12 month contract.

  4. Avatar alex says:

    BT tried this on me, and offered me a “special deal” – I moved to AAISP Home 1Tb – costs more, much better value.

  5. Avatar Rowley says:

    I moved too after the latest round of inflation busting rises. People don’t realise that BT have raised their prices for people “in contract” so they offer you a low price and then raise it once you are with them.
    Now paying £26 a month with Vodafone instead. After my contract finishes its still £26, no sneaky rises like I constantly received with BT

  6. Avatar Smallal says:

    My neighbour was ‘out of contract’ with BT & decided to go with Virgin cable.
    He was less than impressed when BT demanded a £30 disconnection fee.
    He pointed out that he had no contract with them but they insisted they would keep billing him for line rental unless he paid the fee, that’s just plain greed.

    1. Avatar wirelesspacman says:

      Yes, I’ve never understood why Ofcom let’s them get away with that one as (in my view) there is zero economic justification for such a fee – it is just blatant dominance abuse.

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