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BT offers up to £100 cashback on Christmas fibre broadband and TV deals

Friday, December 15th 2017 by Phil Wilkinson-Jones

BT is giving away up to £100 cashback on its fibre broadband deals to add some Christmas cheer to the act of switching your broadband provider.

Until 21 December you’ll get a £100 BT reward card if you sign up to Unlimited Infinity 2 with weekend calls and won’t have to pay the usual £50 set-up fee. You will, however, still have to stump up £9.99 to cover delivery of the router.

Unlimited Infinity 2 will cost you £39.99 a month over 18 months and promises download speeds up to 76Mbps and upload speeds up to 19Mbps. You’ll also get unlimited calls to UK landlines at weekends thrown in and, of course, the highly-rated BT Smart Hub router.

BT is also offering cashback on its basic fibre package, Unlimited Infinity 1, which gives you download speeds up to 52Mbps and upload speeds up to 9.5Mbps for £29.99 a month.

This package comes with a BT reward card worth £75 if you order by 21 December but the connection fee of £50 does apply unfortunately, as does the £9.99 router delivery fee.

  • BT Unlimited Infinity 1 + Calls

    BT
    • Pay nothing today
    • Weekend calls
    • UK's best Wi-Fi router
    Offer ends 25th January
    £29 .99
    £29.99 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal
  • BT Unlimited Infinity 2 + Calls

    BT
    • Pay nothing today
    • Weekend calls
    • Free BT Smart Hub router
    Offer ends 25th January
    £39 .99
    £9.99 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal

Don't forget to claim your reward card

This is probably as good a time as any to remind you that BT will not give you your cashback, which comes in the form of a pre-paid Mastercard, automatically. And you won't get a reminder to claim it unless you put one in your phone yourself. So maybe it's a good idea to do just that, and when your service is all up and running head to this page right here and get claiming.

You’ll still be eligible for the £75 reward card if you decide to add one of BT’s three TV packages to your broadband deal. The connection fee and router charge are the same too, it’s just the monthly price that changes depending on which TV package you go for.

The BT Starter and Sport TV package gives you more than 80 Freeview TV and radio channels plus the BT Sport channels – BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3 and BT Sport ESPN.

Bundled in with BT Infinity 1 and weekend calls, it’s currently £33.49 a month on an 18-month contract. That’s just £3.50 more than the cost of the fibre package alone, so if nothing else is a cheap way of getting BT Sport.

  • BT Unlimited Infinity + Calls + TV Starter & Sport

    BT
    • Freeview + BT Sport
    • Pay nothing today
    • Weekend calls
    • YouView+ box & BT Smart Hub router
    Offer ends 25th January
    £33 .49
    £59.99 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal

The Entertainment TV package gives you more so-called premium channels than Starter and Sport, but you don’t get BT Sport thrown in for free. With Infinity 1 and weekend calls, Entertainment is £39.99 a month at the moment.

  • BT Unlimited Infinity + Calls + TV Entertainment

    BT
    • Freeview + 29 premium channels
    • Pay nothing today
    • Weekend calls
    • YouView+ box & BT Smart Hub router
    Offer ends 25th January
    £39 .99
    £29.99 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal

Max TV is the full works from BT – 173 TV channels including 37 in HD, you get the BT Sport channels including BT Sport Ultra HD and Kids TV. As part of a bundle with BT Infinity 1 and weekend calls, Max TV is £49.99 a month over 18 months.

  • BT Unlimited Infinity + Calls + TV Max

    BT
    • Freeview + 60 premium channels
    • Pay nothing today
    • Weekend calls
    • YouView Ultra HD box & BT Smart Hub router
    Offer ends 25th January
    £44 .99
    £29.99 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal

How do Sky and Virgin Media compare with BT?

By way of comparison, Sky’s new standard TV package Sky Entertainment plus unlimited fibre broadband is just a penny more than BT Max with Infinity 1 at £50 a month.

Sky’s deal is also on an 18-month contract and gives you broadband speeds up to 38Mbps as well as a whopping 370 TV channels. There’s a set-up cost of £39.95 involved, which is less than BT charge, but no promise of lovely cashback coming your way in the New Year.

  • Sky Entertainment + Unlimited Fibre

    Sky
    • 75+ entertainment, 250+ free-to-air channels
    • Pay set-up cost today
    • No calls included
    £50
    £39.95 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal

It’s worth pointing out that one weakness in this Sky deal is the lack of sport compared to the BT offer. To add Sky Sports to Sky Entertainment and unlimited fibre broadband will cost you an extra £20, taking the total monthly price to £70.

The equivalent Virgin Media would probably be something like the Full House TV bundle, which offers broadband speeds up to 100Mbps, 275 TV channels including the BT Sport channels and weekend calls for £56 a month.

Unlike the BT and Sky deals you’ll only be committing to a 12-month contract, the set-up fee is cheaper at £20 and right now you’ll also get six months of free Netflix thrown in.

  • Virgin Media The Full House TV Bundle

    Virgin Media
    • Freeview + premium + BT Sport
    • Pay nothing today
    • Weekend calls
    • Free TV V6 box & WiFi router
    £55
    £20 set-up cost includes line rental See Deal

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