BT Mobile SIM deals offer up to £90 cashback
BT is giving as much as £90 cashback to anyone who signs up for one of its SIM-Only mobile deals.
Getting the money back is simple: Choose the deal you want, get your SIM and then apply for a BT Reward Card, which is essentially a pre-paid MasterCard that can be used at most retailers.
The cheapest price plan is the ‘Great Value Starter Pack’ which includes 500MB of data for £7 if you’re a BT broadband subscriber and £12 if you are not. For this offer, BT will give you a £40 gift.
Up next is the 4GB ‘Essential Plan’ which is £11 if you have BT broadband and £16 if you don’t and comes with a £60 gift. The 6GB ‘Perfect All Rounder Plan’ is £17 for BT broadband customers and £22 for others and includes £70 cashback.
Finally, the ‘Ultimate SIM’ plan comes with a massive 20GB data allowance and a £90 gift card. It’s £22 for BT broadband customers and £27 for anyone else.
All SIM-Only plans come with unlimited texts and calls as standard and are subject to a 12-month minimum term.
As part of the package you get free unlimited internet access through BT’s nationwide network of five million public wi-fi hotspots and inclusive roaming across the European Union. There are add-ons, such access to speeds of up to 60Mbps and US roaming, if you need to flesh out your bundle.
Add BT Sport for £5 a month
Unlike BT Broadband, there’s no free access to the BT Sport app, but you can add this to any SIM for an extra £5 a month.
The offer only lasts until 1 March, so before you start thinking about what to spend the Reward Card on, you’d better hurry. BT offers free delivery and will even send out your SIM the very next day if you order before 4pm, or 11am on a Saturday.
If you’re not completely satisfied you can return your SIM within 30 days.
And if you’re in the market for a new phone, BT does offer a wide selection of handsets ranging from the high end iPhone X and Google Pixel 2 to the Nokia 3 and Samsung Galaxy J3 smartphones. Some are even eligible for Reward Cards too, so there’s no reason to miss out.
After selling O2 in 2005, BT returned to the consumer mobile market in 2014 with plans to run a 4G service on top of the EE network. By the time it launched BT had decided to buy EE outright, although BT Mobile and EE are still different services.
What this means for customers is that BT Mobile offers the same coverage as EE, which covers 99% of the UK population and 86% of the UK landmass. There are plans to extend this to 95% before the end of the decade.
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