BT launches ‘Unlimited Broadband Bonanza’
BT is offering discounts across its broadband and calls, TV and mobile packages until Thursday 25 February.
The provider’s unlimited broadband and weekend calls package is now £5 per month (£7.50 per month previously).
Those who live in a fibre-enabled area can subscribe to unlimited BT Infinity 1 broadband and weekend calls for £10 per month; a saving of £2.50 per month on the standard package price.
Infinity 1 provides broadband speeds of up to 38Mbps.
BT also offers a faster option: Infinity 2 gives you up to 76Mbps broadband and free weekend calls. This package is now available for £25 per month (usually £30) as part of BT’s ‘bonanza’.
Customers taking advantage of these offers will also get a free prepaid card. Unlimited broadband subscribers will receive a £50 card while Infinity 1 and 2 subscribers will receive a £100 card.
Cable.co.uk is also offering a £40 Boots or JD Sports giftcard to customers who purchase BT broadband through the site.
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.
25% off Entertainment Plus
BT has also taken 25% off its Entertainment Plus TV package, which makes it £7.50 per month instead of £10 per month.
Entertainment Plus TV can be added on to the discounted broadband packages listed above. It includes 80 Freeview channels (12 in HD), 28 premium channels, free BT Sport and access to the BT TV app.
In addition, the BT Sport pack on Sky and the app is now £3 per month (usually £5 per month) when taken with broadband.
Non-BT broadband customers who want to join BT Mobile can get £4 off the 2GB SIM only plan, making it £11 per month.
Amongst the range of offers BT has snuck in a price increase. The delivery charge on its Hub router has increased from £6.95 to £7.95.
Last week BT announced the launch of a new phone service to help its customers avoid nuisance calls. The system will automatically divert up to 25m unwanted calls a week into 'junk' voicemail boxes.
BT was one of a number of companies to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ofcom this month focusing on nuisance calls.
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