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BT sale: Free Google Home and BT reward cards worth up to £70 with BT broadband deals

By Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Friday, April 5th 2019
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Sign up to one of BT's fibre broadband deals by Thursday 11 April and claim a free Google Home worth £129 and a BT reward card worth up to £70.

BT is currently offering reward cards with all its packages this week, ranging from £40 with BT Broadband to £70 for Superfast Fibre 2. There's also the not-so-small matter of that free Google Home, a smart speaker that can do all sorts of tasks – just say 'Hey Google' and tell the Google Assistant what you want it to do.

Superfast fibre broadband with reward card up to £70

BT's Superfast Fibre costs £29.99 a month and promises average speeds of 50Mbps. It comes on an 18-month contract and there's an upfront fee of £9.99 to cover the delivery of the router. This deal offers a £40 BT reward card and free Google Home.

The top fibre package that comes with a free Google Home is Superfast Fibre 2 which offers an average speed of 67Mbps. It comes with the maximum £70 reward card and costs £39.99 per month. It comes with an 18-month contract and there's an upfront charge of £9.99 to pay.

If you're not looking for fibre, BT's standard broadband comes with a £40 gift card but not with a Google Home. BT broadband is £24.99 a month on an 18-month contract and there's a total of £29.99 that needs to be paid upfront.

All broadband packages come with unlimited usage, unlimited weekend calls and free BT Virus Protect.

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Free BT Sport with BT TV deals

You can add BT TV to your chosen broadband package and will still be eligible for the BT Reward Card and a Google Home with the fibre packages. Plus, you get BT Sport free with all BT TV packages.

Adding the Starter Bundle to your broadband package will cost you an extra £10 a month plus a hefty £40 activation fee and for that you get a basic YouView box that will let you pause and rewind live TV, Freeview channels and the BT Sport channels.

The Entertainment Bundle is currently an additional £20 on top of your broadband price with a £10 upfront fee and comes with a YouView+ box that can record up to 300 hours of telly. As well as the Freeview channels you also get 19 premium channels including Comedy Central, Gold, Discovery and SyFy – and, right now, free BT Sport.

The Max 4K Sport 4K Bundle costs an additional £25 a month on top of your broadband package, with no additional upfront fee and gives you a YouView+ UHD box that can record up to 600 hours of TV, BT Sport in Ultra HD and 61 premium channels including TCM, Cartoon Network, Disney XD, Eden and a load of HD channels.

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How to claim your BT Reward Card

It's important to remember that BT will not send your reward card out in the post automatically, the responsibility for claiming it lies with you.

Around 40% of BT Reward Cards go unclaimed by new BT customers – which is a bit like throwing money down the drain. Ensure this nightmare-like scenario doesn’t happen to you by following these simple steps to claiming your BT reward card.

  • Once your BT broadband is installed, visit the BT’s reward claim page on BT’s website. Here you can log in using the BT ID you will receive when you sign up. You’ll need to answer a number of questions about why you switched to BT; don’t worry, they’re not too taxing.
  • From there, you’ll have to fill in a claim form and your BT reward card will be sent to the same address as your broadband was installed.
  • It may take up to 45 days for the card to reach you. When it arrives you need to activate it as per the included instruction before you can use it.
  • If your BT gift card has not arrived within that time, you can get in touch with BT with this contact BT form.

Where can I spend BT Reward Cards?

The real beauty of the BT Reward Card is that it can be spent pretty much everywhere. Unlike reward vouchers, the BT Reward Card is a chip and PIN MasterCard pre-loaded with money that you use just like a debit card. That means you can spend it anywhere MasterCard is accepted either online or, if you’re a traditionalist, in highstreet shops both in the UK and abroad.