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Friday, October 19th, 2018 (7:31 am) - Score 2,974
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New customers who sign-up for one of BT’s standard “Superfast Fibre Broadband” (FTTC/P) and phone packages are now being offered a “FREE” Fitbit Charge 3 activity tracker smartwatch (RRP £129.99). On top of that they’ll also get a Prepaid Mastercard, which on some deals can be worth up to £90.

Otherwise subscribers can expect to receive the usual 18 month contract term, phone line rental with free “unlimited” UK weekend calls, unlimited data usage, a wireless router (Smart Hub), Cloud storage (200GB+), Virus Protect, Parental Controls, Call Protect (stops nuisance calls), free access to BT’s national network of WiFi hotspots and SmartTalk (voice calls over Wi-Fi/4G).

Apparently the new Fitbit promotion will continue until 1st November 2018 or until they run out of supply.

Broadband
Average Download of 10Mbps
£30 Reward Card
Setup Fee: £19.99

Price: £24.99 a month for 18 months (£45.49 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre Essential
Average Download of 36Mbps
FREE Fitbit Charge 3
Setup Fee: £29.99

Price: £29.99 a month for 18 months (£44.49 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre
Average Download of 50Mbps
£80 Reward Card
FREE Fitbit Charge 3
Setup Fee: £19.99

Price: £35.99 a month for 18 months (£52.49 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre 2
Average Download of 67Mbps
£90 Reward Card
FREE Fitbit Charge 3
Setup Fee: £14.99

Price: £45.99 a month for 18 months (£58.99 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre Plus
Average Download of 67Mbps
Special benefits for Mobile customers
Setup Fee: £9.99

Price: £54.99 a month for 18 months (£58.99 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre 3 Plus
Average Download of 145Mbps
Special benefits for Mobile customers
£90 Reward Card
Setup Fee: £59.99

Price: £54.99 a month for 18 months (£59.99 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre 4 Plus
Average Download of 300Mbps
Special benefits for Mobile customers
£90 Reward Card
Setup Fee: £59.99

Price: £59.99 a month for 18 months (£64.99 thereafter)

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6 Responses
  1. chris conder

    It isn’t fibre broadband if it comes down a phone line, and shortly they will be banned from calling it fibre when it is copper broadband.

    • The slower tiers are also available with FTTP.

    • FibreFred

      It has fibre in it 🙂 And the ASA are happy.

      I’ve been chuckling at the CityFibre Coppersaurus campaign ads on Facebook. Virtually all of the comments are stating there is no mis-selling or misunderstanding. People understand what they are buying and don’t think it’s fibre to the home at all.

      Well they were until they decided to delete all of the comments as they didn’t exactly fit in with their campaign.

      It’s been to the ASA at least 3 times now, can’t see it changing.

  2. Billy

    I heard that Mastercard and Visa were thinking about giving away free Internet* connections with their new line in Credit Cards (£5 monthly fee, 1500% APR, credit transfers ONLY 99.99% variable). *The speed of your Internet connection can go down as well as up.

  3. Jordan

    SUPERFAST THATS A LAUGH !!! When they cap your speed and not getting what you pay for .

  4. Meadmodj

    ISPs including BT will move to a single pricing list. Broadband options presented will be dependent on the Post Code or Landline. For instance I am only offered the Superfast Fibre 2 and Superfast Fibre Plus. Similarly I assume FTTC will not be displayed in FTTP areas as they roll out. Products in future will focus on their speed, use neutral terminology and BT may diverge from national pricing where there is FTTP competition.

    Standard pricing indicates that there is now little cost differentiation and certain products like ADSL Broadband will be withdrawn as will FTTC in time. If ISPs can attract customers into 18 month contracts the broadband picture may look a lot different come 18 months time when more can move from FTTC to FTTP at similar pricing and same ISP.

    BT appears to guarantee no price rises on Plus product during the 18 months which should be considered in comparison but the mobile data boost applies to BT Mobile which does not look competitive even with EE.

    In the meantime BT is most expensive unless you can actually get the freebies and fully utilise the extras by not paying for duplicated functionality elsewhere.

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