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BT to offer broadband from £4.50 per month

Monday, December 21st 2015 by Cable.co.uk

BT is cutting the price of its standard and fibre broadband packages over the Christmas period. From Wednesday 23 December, new customers will be able to get standard BT broadband from £4.50 per month and Infinity fibre broadband from £7.50 per month.

The provider is currently offering BT broadband from £5 per month online and the lowest price Infinity package is £10 per month.

Both broadband offers are limited – with standard broadband for £4.50 there is a 10GB usage allowance and the Infinity offer gives you 40GB of data.

At up to 38Mbps, BT Infinity offers speeds twice as fast as standard broadband (up to 17Mbps). New broadband customers will receive a prepaid Mastercard when they sign up online before 5 January.

All BT broadband packages include a Home Hub 4 router, 5GB cloud storage, online security and access to the BT SmartTalk app. A line rental charge of £17.99 per month is payable on all broadband packages.

BT is also dropping the price of its Total Entertainment TV offer from £15 to £13. 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.

Christmas offers will also be available to new BT mobile customers. The provider is giving away free £10, £20 and £30 Amazon and iTunes giftcards with all SIM-only deals for a limited time only.

Ofcom complaints

Last week, complaints figures released by Ofcom showed BT was the most complained about pay TV provider with 25 complaints per 100,000 customers.

It is the third most complained about broadband provider, after EE and Plusnet, with 35 complaints per 100,000 customers.

BT announced its return to the mobile market with the launch of its SIM-only service, BT Mobile, in March this year.

BT Mobile is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses EE’s network. BT is in the final stages of purchasing EE, a deal that has set them back £12.5bn. On completion, BT will become the biggest fixed line and mobile provider in the UK.

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