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BT adds reward cards to broadband packages

Tuesday, March 15th 2016 by Hannah Langston

BT is offering reward cards ranging from £25 to £125 to customers who sign up to a broadband and calls package.

The deal is available with BT’s following products: Broadband and weekend calls (£25 BT reward card), unlimited broadband and weekend calls (£50 BT reward card), unlimited Infinity 1 broadband and weekend calls (£100 BT reward card) unlimited Infinity 2 broadband and evening and weekend calls (£125 BT reward card).

Cable.co.uk is also offering £30 cashback on selected BT broadband packages for customers who order through the site.

Unlimited broadband from BT offers speeds of up to 17Mbps with no data cap. Those who live in a fibre-enabled area can subscribe to unlimited Infinity 1 broadband which gives you up to 38Mbps or Infinity 2, which increases this to 76Mbps.

All BT broadband packages are available on a 12-month contract and include a Home Hub 4 router, 5GB cloud storage and online security. Customers will have to pay £17.99 per month line rental on top of the package price.

£40 Amazon or iTunes gift card

Free gifts are also available for new BT Mobile SIM-only customers. Anyone purchasing a SIM-only plan from now until Monday 21 March, will receive a £40 Amazon or iTunes gift card. This offer is available to both those who are new to BT and existing BT customers.

There is also a £2 discount on BT Mobile’s 2GB plan. Customers who are new to BT can now get this plan for £8 and existing BT broadband customers can get it for £13.

BT is still offering a reduction on its Total Entertainment TV package. Subscribers can get 80 Freeview channels, including 12 in HD, plus 48 premium channels such as Comedy Central, MTV Music and nine kids channels for £13 per month instead of £15 per month. BT’s TV packages also include BT Sport channels.

For Sky TV customers, the BT Sport pack is available for £3 per month when taken with BT broadband, representing a saving of £2 per month. This offer will end on Monday 21 March.

Last week BT Openreach announced plans to bring its ultrafast 'G.Fast' broadband technology to homes and businesses in trial areas Cambridgeshire and Kent.

The network infrastructure company also announced it will build fibre to the premises (FTTP) broadband into new housing developments that have more than 250 properties, free of charge.

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