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BT adds reward cards worth up to £125 to broadband packages

Friday, April 22nd 2016 by Cable.co.uk

BT has introduced reward cards for customers purchasing one of 10 broadband and calls packages.

From now until Thursday 28 April, reward cards of varying amounts will be awarded to customers ordering standard broadband (£25), unlimited broadband (£50), Infinity 1 (£75), unlimited Infinity 1 (£100) and unlimited Infinity 2 (£125), both with and without calling plans.

Subscribers will also receive £30 cashback upon ordering.

This offer is only available to new BT broadband customers placing an order online.

You can claim your BT reward card online once your broadband has been installed and within six months of your order.

Standard broadband from BT provides speeds of up to 17Mbps with a 12Gb usage limit for £5 per month. You can get unlimited broadband for an extra £8 per month.

Fibre broadband from £10 per month

Customers who live in a fibre-enabled area can subscribe to unlimited BT Infinity broadband. The basic Infinity package offers speeds of up to 52Mbps and 25Gb of data for £10 per month. You can get Infinity 1 with no data cap for £20 per month.

If you want even faster speeds BT’s premium broadband package – Infinity 2 – will give you up to 76Mbps broadband and costs £30 per month.

All broadband customers will have to pay £17.99 per month line rental on top of the package price.

BT is also running a special offer on its mobile SIM-only plans. The provider is giving away £10, £20 and £40 Amazon and iTunes gift cards with all plans purchased before Thursday 28 April.

Last week, BT boosted the speed of its Infinity 1 fibre broadband service from 38Mbps to 52Mbps. This jump in speed means that the provider is now faster than the standard fibre services offered by rivals Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media.

BT has partnered with the government to roll out fibre-based broadband to homes across the UK. Last week it announced the Openreach network had passed 25m premises – around 21m had been upgraded to fibre as part of BT’s commercial rollout plans, with the remaining 4m properties reached as a result of the government’s Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) programme.

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