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Thursday, November 19th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 1,584
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UK ISP BT will this morning launch their own selection of “Black Friday” discounts, which sees the provider sweeten their existing deals by throwing in a new offer of “3 months free broadband” right across their packages, including their top end 900Mbps FTTP plan. The upfront fees have also been removed (free).

As usual new customers can expect to receive an included wireless router, a 24-month contract term, unlimited data usage, Cloud storage (online backup), Virus Protect, Parental Controls, Call Protect (stops nuisance calls), the Stay Fast Guarantee (get the speeds they promise or £20 back) and free access to BT’s national network of public WiFi hotspots.

NOTE: Some packages include BT Reward Cards, which are preloaded MasterCard based gift cards.

The new promotion is expected to run until 3rd December 2020, although new customers should be mindful of BT’s new approach to annual price rises (here) – this is being mirrored by their other siblings EE and Plusnet.

Fibre Essential
Average Download of 36Mbps
First 3 Months Free

Price: £26.99 a month for 24 months (£34.99 thereafter)

Fibre 1
Average Download of 50Mbps
£80 BT Reward Card
First 3 Months Free

Price: £26.99 a month for 24 months (£35.99 thereafter)

Fibre 2
Average Download of 67Mbps
£100 BT Reward Card
First 3 Months Free

Price: £31.99 a month for 24 months (£39.99 thereafter)

Full Fibre 100
Average Download of 145Mbps / Upload of 30Mbps
First 3 Months Free

Price: £39.99 a month for 24 months (£47.99 thereafter)

Full Fibre 300
Average Download of 300Mbps / Upload of 49Mbps
First 3 Months Free

Price: £49.99 a month for 24 months (£57.99 thereafter)

Full Fibre 900
Average Download of 900Mbps / Upload of 110Mbps
First 3 Months Free

Price: £59.99 a month for 24 months (£67.99 thereafter)

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Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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11 Responses
  1. david gregson says:

    still really dear. you’d think BT would lower their prices to compete with other isp providers. I’ll never go to BT when prices are this high…. and its black Friday deals?!?!

    1. alan says:

      24 month contract means 2 x Price rises – no thanks

    2. Mml says:

      It’s part of their marketing strategy. They don’t need to be the cheapest, they’ve got Plusnet for that. They aim to position themselves as quality, not cheap.

  2. Mr F J Farrell says:

    Do not want nothing to do with bt got ripped off a few years back with phone line and internet

  3. Francis John Farrell says:

    Don’t want anything to do with bt got ripped off a few years back with landline and internet once my contract his up i will be leaving ee didn’t know they were with bt it will cost me over £300 to cancel my contract with ee what a rip off they are hope they will see this message

  4. AnotherTim says:

    When the very best they can offer is USO level ADSL2+ with a stay fast guarantee of 3Mbps for £26.99pm, I’ll give it a miss (even with the first 3 months free).

  5. bt nightmare on the elm street says:

    rip off by bt as always is. biggest expensive and you will get badly twice price increase in 24 months contract, useless indian call centre who unable to understand english spoken

    1. New_London says:

      To be honest, most people would struggle to understand “English” of the standard contained in your post.

  6. karl says:

    just signing up g fast. two yeears for FREE!

    1. Davros says:

      LOL take it let us know what happens!?

  7. Stuart says:

    BT is a joke for current customers, they decided to downgrade my connection too the exchange (now max 350 from 900) even though my neighbor is on 900 package

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