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BT brings back £5 unlimited broadband offer

Wednesday, January 6th 2016 by Cable.co.uk

BT has launched two online exclusive broadband deals to mark the start of the New Year. The telecoms provider has brought back its £5 unlimited broadband with weekend calls and £10 unlimited Infinity 1 broadband with weekend calls offers due to “popular demand”.

Standard broadband provides connection speeds of up to 17Mbps while Infinity uses fibre broadband to offer speeds twice as fast (38Mbps).

Both packages are available on a 12-month contract and include free access to the BT Sport channels.

Customers will have to pay £17.99 per month line rental on top of the package price and those that opt for Infinity will also have to pay a £49 activation fee.

For a limited time only, BT is giving away a Mastercard topped up with £50 credit to unlimited broadband customers or £100 credit for unlimited Infinity 1 customers.

All broadband packages include a Home Hub 4 router, 5GB cloud storage, online security and access to the BT SmartTalk app.

'Biggest ever' Christmas sale

BT is also offering a New Year discount on its mobile plans. From now until 19 January, customers can get £1 off the 2GB plan – so it’s £9 for BT Broadband users and £14 for new customers.

Last month BT launched its “biggest ever” Christmas sale, slashing the price of TV packages by 50% as well as offering up to 40% off broadband. Running until 31 March 2016, deals include BT Infinity, unlimited UK weekend calls and the BT TV Entertainment Starter package for £10 per month.

The provider is also still running its £13 Total Entertainment TV offer. This package includes 80 Freeview channels (12 in HD), 50 premium channels, catch up TV, access to movie rentals from BT store and free BT Sport. There is no activation fee with this package but customers will have to pay £20 for an engineer installation.

This year will see the finalisation of BT's £12.5bn acquisition of mobile operator EE. BT Mobile currently use EE's network to provide a SIM-only service to customers. The merger will see BT become the country’s biggest fixed line and mobile provider.

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