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PackageBroadband SpeedMonthly UsageSet-up CostContract LengthMonthly Price
BT Broadband + Weekend Calls10Mb averageUnlimited£29.9918 months£24.99 per month
BT Broadband + Weekend Calls + BT Sport App10Mb averageUnlimited£29.9918 months£24.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls50Mb averageUnlimited£9.9918 months£29.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + BT Sport App50Mb averageUnlimited£9.9918 months£29.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls67Mb averageUnlimited£9.9918 months£39.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport50Mb averageUnlimited£49.9918 months£39.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Calls + BT Sport App67Mb averageUnlimited£9.9918 months£39.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls + BT Sport On Sky50Mb averageUnlimited£9.9918 months£44.99 per month
BT Broadband + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport10Mb averageUnlimited£69.9918 months£44.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls + TV Entertainment + BT Sport50Mb averageUnlimited£19.9918 months£49.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport67Mb averageUnlimited£49.9918 months£49.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls + BT Sport On Sky67Mb averageUnlimited£9.9918 months£54.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport + Sky Cinema50Mb averageUnlimited£49.9918 months£55.99 per month
BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls + TV Entertainment + BT Sport67Mb averageUnlimited£19.9918 months£59.99 per month
BT Broadband + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport + Sky Cinema10Mb averageUnlimited£69.9918 months£60.99 per month
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BT Broadband + Weekend Calls

  • No broadband price rises in 2019
BT
    Offer
  • £50 BT Reward Card
10Mb
Average
Speed
Unlimited
Monthly
Downloads
£29.99
Set-up
cost
18
Month
Contract
£50
Reward Card

BT Broadband + Weekend Calls + BT Sport App

    BT
      Offer
    • £50 BT Reward Card
    • BT Sport App Free for 3 months
    10Mb
    Average
    Speed
    Unlimited
    Monthly
    Downloads
    £29.99
    Set-up
    cost
    18
    Month
    Contract
    £50
    Reward Card

    BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls

      BT
        Offer
      • £90 Reward Card
      50Mb
      Average
      Speed
      Unlimited
      Monthly
      Downloads
      £9.99
      Set-up
      cost
      18
      Month
      Contract
      £90
      Reward Card

      BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + BT Sport App

      • Great for streaming and catch-up TV
      • BT Virus Protect and Parental controls
      BT
        Offer
      • £90 Reward Card
      • BT Sport App Free for 3 months
      50Mb
      Average
      Speed
      Unlimited
      Monthly
      Downloads
      £9.99
      Set-up
      cost
      18
      Month
      Contract
      £90
      Reward Card

      BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls

        BT
          Offer
        • £130 Reward Card
        67Mb
        Average
        Speed
        Unlimited
        Monthly
        Downloads
        £9.99
        Set-up
        cost
        18
        Month
        Contract
        £130
        Reward Card

        BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport

          BT
            Offer
          • £90 Reward Card
          50Mb
          Average
          Speed
          Unlimited
          Monthly
          Downloads
          £49.99
          Set-up
          cost
          18
          Month
          Contract
          £90
          Reward Card

          BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Calls + BT Sport App

            BT
              Offer
            • £130 Reward Card
            • BT Sport App Free for 3 months
            67Mb
            Average
            Speed
            Unlimited
            Monthly
            Downloads
            £9.99
            Set-up
            cost
            18
            Month
            Contract
            £130
            Reward Card

            BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls + BT Sport On Sky

              BT
                Offer
              • £90 Reward Card
              50Mb
              Average
              Speed
              Unlimited
              Monthly
              Downloads
              £9.99
              Set-up
              cost
              18
              Month
              Contract
              £90
              Reward Card

              BT Broadband + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport

                BT
                  Offer
                • £50 BT Reward Card
                10Mb
                Average
                Speed
                Unlimited
                Monthly
                Downloads
                £69.99
                Set-up
                cost
                18
                Month
                Contract
                £50
                Reward Card

                BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls + TV Entertainment + BT Sport

                  BT
                    Offer
                  • £90 Reward Card
                  50Mb
                  Average
                  Speed
                  Unlimited
                  Monthly
                  Downloads
                  £19.99
                  Set-up
                  cost
                  18
                  Month
                  Contract
                  £90
                  Reward Card

                  BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport

                    BT
                      Offer
                    • £130 Reward Card
                    67Mb
                    Average
                    Speed
                    Unlimited
                    Monthly
                    Downloads
                    £49.99
                    Set-up
                    cost
                    18
                    Month
                    Contract
                    £130
                    Reward Card

                    BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls + BT Sport On Sky

                      BT
                        Offer
                      • £130 Reward Card
                      67Mb
                      Average
                      Speed
                      Unlimited
                      Monthly
                      Downloads
                      £9.99
                      Set-up
                      cost
                      18
                      Month
                      Contract
                      £130
                      Reward Card

                      BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport + Sky Cinema

                        BT
                          Offer
                        • £90 Reward Card
                        50Mb
                        Average
                        Speed
                        Unlimited
                        Monthly
                        Downloads
                        £49.99
                        Set-up
                        cost
                        18
                        Month
                        Contract
                        £90
                        Reward Card

                        BT Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls + TV Entertainment + BT Sport

                          BT
                            Offer
                          • £130 Reward Card
                          67Mb
                          Average
                          Speed
                          Unlimited
                          Monthly
                          Downloads
                          £19.99
                          Set-up
                          cost
                          18
                          Month
                          Contract
                          £130
                          Reward Card

                          BT Broadband + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport + Sky Cinema

                            BT
                              Offer
                            • £50 BT Reward Card
                            10Mb
                            Average
                            Speed
                            Unlimited
                            Monthly
                            Downloads
                            £69.99
                            Set-up
                            cost
                            18
                            Month
                            Contract
                            £50
                            Reward Card
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                            Why choose BT?

                            By Dan Howdle | Wednesday, June 20th 2018

                            BT is perhaps the best-known telecoms provider in the UK, offering a full range of services from broadband – both standard and fibre – to home phone (of course), and more recently TV and mobile. But is it the right provider for you? Let’s take a look.

                            • BT offers everything you need under one provider
                            • BT broadband is somewhat faster than many of its competitors
                            • Access to over 5 million wifi hotspots around the UK
                            • BT Virus Protect, BT Web Protect and BT Parental controls
                            • BT Smart Hub is one of the best routers out there
                            • BT TV and BT Sport offer exclusive content
                            • BT Plus means you won’t be without broadband even when it breaks down
                            • You can add cheap SIMs for the whole family on BT Mobile

                            BT offers everything you need under one provider

                            There are only a limited number of providers in the UK who can offer you the full monty (broadband, TV, home phone and mobile), and BT is one of them. Such providers are known as ‘quad-play’ in the business and right now there are only five of them in the UK – BT, Virgin Media, Sky, EE and Plusnet. TalkTalk would have been included in that list until it recently shut down its mobile division – TalkTalk Mobile.

                            There are a number of advantages to getting all your services from one provider. Only having to worry about one bill is one. Another is that most providers – BT included – offer discounts and other incentives to do so. In BT’s case, that means cheap TV for broadband customers and cheap BT Mobile SIMs for BT broadband and TV customers. The more services you get, the better value for money it becomes.

                            BT broadband is somewhat faster than many of its competitors

                            Until recently, broadband prices were advertised as ‘up to’ – theoretical maximums that only 10% of people had to be able to get for the number to be legitimately advertised. Now, as you can see from the comparison above, providers advertise the average speed customers subscribing to a particular package are likely to get.

                            BT’s averages are the same or a little higher than the majority of its competitors. In fact, until very recently, BT’s entry-level fibre packages were some 14Mbps faster than everyone else’s (barring Virgin Media which has its own network and offers far faster speeds than anyone). BT still offers an average 50Mbps for its entry-level unlimited fibre package, but it has also re-introduced its slower 36Mbps fibre offering with unlimited usage.

                            Access to over 5 million wi-fi hotspots around the UK

                            BT wi-fi hotspots are literally everywhere thanks to the way BT deploys them. You can find them in obvious-choice commercial locations such as coffee shops and other high-street retail locations, but that’s not why there are such a ludicrous number of them.

                            No, what BT does is auto-enroll all its new customers in its ‘BT FON’ (formerly known as BT Openzone) wi-fi programme. What this does is allows your router – but not your home network – to be temporarily used for internet access by other BT broadband customers provided they’re in range. BT limits the bandwidth guests can use so this should never affect your home connection adversely.

                            BT Virus Protect, BT Web Protect and BT Parental controls

                            BT Parental Controls are available right from the start. To set them up all you need to do is log into your ‘My BT’ account and click the ‘Manage BT Parental Controls’ link. By default they’ll filter out most of the potentially harmful stuff, but if you want you can change the filter levels to catch other stuff you might not want your kids exposed to as well – gambling and file sharing, for example.

                            In addition, BT will also provide you with BT Virus Protect – which you will then have to manually install onto your devices so they’ll be protected wherever they go and on whichever network you connect them to. Built in conjunction with McAfee it’s free to all BT broadband customers.

                            BT Web Protect does largely the same things as BT Virus Protect with one key difference: rather than protect a specific device wherever you deem to take it, it protects only devices connected to your network. That is, it’ll scan all incoming files and simply block anything that looks suspicious before it’s passed on to any of your devices. BT Web Protect is also free to all BT broadband customers.

                            BT Smart Hub is one of the best routers out there

                            A lot of this goes on BT’s own claims of course, but provided BT’s test results are correct, the key difference between its Smart Hub router and those of its close competitors is one of range. The BT Smart Hub, allegedly, reaches further and through a greater number of internal walls from the routers. All we can say is that our experience of it is it’s a very solid performer, and, as BT is keen to point out, it’ll even fit through your letterbox.

                            BT TV and BT Sport offer exclusive content

                            While it would be fair to say that BT TV doesn’t really stand up against the likes of Sky TV or Virgin TV, it does have a lot to offer if what you’re used to is just the basic terrestrial channels. For one thing, apart from the Starter+ Sport option, all BT TV packages offer a recordable YouView set-top box. At the top end, BT TV MAX is stuffed chock-full of 142 channels and also enables you to watch 4K UHD content on BT Sport Ultra HD.

                            BT Sport offers UEFA Champions League football, Premier League football, rugby, UFC, boxing, MotoGP and loads more for very little extra money. In fact, most of the time BT Sport is free if you’re signing up to BT TV, though you will still have to pay a little extra each month if you want the HD and/or UHD 4K channel(s), unless of course you’re going straight for the top-end MAX package.

                            Confused? We don’t blame you. Of all the major providers, BT’s TV and sport offerings are the most difficult to penetrate. Just remember that unless you need that one 4K BT Sport channel (or if you're signing up to the basic Starter option) you’re getting the same set-top box anyway, so you can always upgrade if you’re getting less than you feel you need.

                            BT Plus means you won’t be without broadband even when it breaks down

                            BT Plus is a brand new add-on to BT fibre broadband and BT Mobile services. By subscribing to the top BT fibre package with the ‘Plus’ suffix on the end, you get access to certain privileges that nonplussed BT customers don’t. It costs extra than the standard Superfast Fibre 2 (quite a bit extra in our opinion), but you may feel its worth it for peace of mind and the extras on offer.

                            The first of these extras is a sort of broadband roadside breakdown cover. Typically if you have a fault that must be addressed by an engineer, it can take anything from a few days to several weeks to isolate and fix the problem, during which time you would be without broadband. BT Plus subscribers won’t have to wait. Instead, BT will immediately connect you to a BT Mini Hub, which will serve as your home internet via EE’s 4G network while you wait for the repair.

                            If you and/or your family are also on BT Mobile, those SIMs will be covered by BT Plus, too, and will automatically have their data caps removed in case of a fault with your home fibre broadband connection. BT Mobile customers will also receive double data on Plus as well as always having priority access to the fastest 4G signal.

                            Of course, there’s an argument to be made that you shouldn’t have to pay extra for high-quality fault cover. Whether or not BT Plus is worth the extra money to you, then, will largely come down to how many BT Mobile SIMs your family has and how much data each of them tends to use.

                            You can add cheap SIMs for the whole family on BT Mobile

                            BT would ideally like you and your whole family to be using BT Mobile SIMs. Of course it would! That’s why it incentivises its SIMs by offering a 20% discount on the second, third, fourth and fifth SIM you take out.

                            Downsides to choosing BT

                            • BT is comparatively expensive
                            • BT TV somewhat lacking compared to Sky or Virgin Media

                            BT is comparatively expensive

                            BT is a decent provider, make no mistake, but it does trade on its brand somewhat to charge (in some cases) considerably more than many of its competitors. Every broadband and TV provider has its own way of doing things. For example, Virgin Media tends to offer a premium service with vastly superior internet speeds at discounted introductory prices, and Sky tends to offer great TV at reasonable prices with smaller amounts of upfront cashback.

                            BT’s way is high monthly premiums, often with cashback or vouchers offered as upfront incentives. It’s very easy to get carried away with anything up to £200 (sometimes even more) of cashback while not paying close enough attention to what its services cost monthly. Generally you’ll pay more for BT than you will for comparable services from other providers.

                            BT TV somewhat lacking compared to Sky or Virgin Media

                            It takes many years to build all the relationships needed to provide a comprehensive subscription TV service. It’s only fairly recently, in fact, that Virgin Media has caught up with Sky, making them joint leaders in terms of the comprehensiveness of their TV offering.

                            BT TV is plenty good – up to 142 channels on its MAX package – but it still has a long way to go to compete with the 400-500 channels available on Sky or Virgin Media.

                            Can I get BT?

                            BT standard broadband is available pretty much everywhere – anywhere there’s a phone line, basically. BT Superfast Fibre (formerly known as BT Infinity), meanwhile, is available to around 97% of UK residential properties. Superfast Fibre includes BT’s 36Mbps, 50Mbps and 67Mbps average speed packages.

                            BT also offers 100Mbps so-called ‘Ultrafast’ broadband (a misnomer, since the term ultrafast has a specific definition of anything over 300Mbps). It does so, however, to only a handful of UK homes and has not as yet released any information as to where and to whom specifically it’s available. If you want to try your luck, you can do so on BT’s website, but if it’s speeds over 100Mbps you’re after, you’re much more likely to be able to get that from Virgin Media.

                            What does BT offer?

                            As wells as standard (ADSL) broadband, BT offers four marginally different fibre speeds, a full-blown subscription TV service in the form of BT TV, its own sports coverage on BT Sport and a plethora of SIMs and handset deals via BT Mobile. And, of course, you can save a bundle and unlock various customer perks by subscribing to all of the above at once.

                            BT Broadband and BT Superfast Fibre

                            BT Broadband is an ADSL (standard, non-fibre broadband) service averaging 10Mbps. With that speed you’ll be fine doing regular day-to-day stuff like surfing the internet, online banking, downloading apps, social media and streaming movies and TV, even in high definition.

                            If you have more than one TV, a large household with many users and/or a 4K TV and some sort of 4K streaming service, or there are folk in your household who enjoy gaming, you’re going to need fibre. BT Superfast Fibre (formerly known as BT Infinity) is available at average speeds of 36, 50 and 67Mbps. BT also offers a 100Mbps service though it is not yet widely available.

                            BT TV

                            BT TV primarily offers a set-top box onto which you can record hundreds of hours of your favourite shows, as well as act as a Freeview streaming box. That’s what BT TV is really – mostly Freeview. Still, at the top end of BT TV packages you can expect 142 channels, scattered among some notable non-Freeview, so-called ‘Premium’ channels such as Sky One, Sky Two and AMC.

                            BT Sport

                            If you’re a BT TV customer you can also add on BT Sport. It offers a bunch of dedicated sports channels delivering Champions League and Premier League football amid a host of other sports from rugby to MotoGP. If you get BT TV MAX – BT’s top TV package – you’ll even get a set-top box capable of streaming 4K ultra-high definition content and delivering BT Sport’s 4K channel: BT Sport Ultra HD. You’ll need a 4K TV and a fast internet connection to watch it, though.

                            BT Mobile

                            BT Mobile offers a wide range of SIM-only and pay monthly handset deals. There are various discounts and benefits for switching to BT Mobile if you’re already, or are signing up to, BT broadband and/or TV.

                            Frequently asked questions

                            How much is BT – is it expensive?

                            Yes. Relatively speaking, BT is expensive. However, we would say that with BT you get rather more for your money than you do with any of the plethora of budget broadband providers out there. Nor does it offer as much bang-for-buck as Virgin Media when it comes to broadband speed. It is, however, a premium offering in terms of the quality of equipment, service and extras you’ll get as standard. Only you can decide if that’s worth the prices you’re looking at.

                            Can I upgrade my broadband speed if it’s not fast enough?

                            Yes. BT will always be happy to hear from you if your intention is to take out a faster speed or more services. However, like many broadband providers, just remember that substantially altering the services you receive may require you to sign a new contract, which would reset your contract period.

                            Do I need broadband for BT TV and BT Sport?

                            Yes, and no. BT does not currently offer any TV-only deals – you have to have broadband to get BT TV. However, you can watch BT Sport in a number of other ways, including via Sky, Virgin Media or through the BT Sport app.

                            How long are BT contracts?

                            All BT contracts are currently 18 months. Typically, broadband and TV providers offer contracts of 12 or 18 months with a few rare exceptions where special terms apply. BT’s contracts are at the longer end of the spectrum. Be certain you are going to need its services for that long before signing up or you may be facing hefty early exit fees.

                            Are there any set-up/activation fees?

                            Sometimes there are substantial connection fees when signing up to a new fibre connection, other times BT waives these fees – it all depends on what you sign up to and when. Luckily the comparison table on this page makes it absolutely clear what you’ll be paying up front on any given day.

                            Can I get out of my contract if I’m not happy?

                            Yes. You will have a 14-day cooling-off period in which you can leave without penalty if you’re not happy with, or simply no longer want the service. After those 14 days have passed things become trickier, however. After that you’ll need very poor service which BT has been unable to fix if you’re to be able to walk away. Alternatively you’ll be able to leave if BT puts up its prices mid-contract – which is very common.

                            Can I get Sky Sports on BT TV?

                            Yes. You can add it for an additional monthly fee.

                            Can I watch Sky Cinema on BT?

                            Yes. You can add it for an additional monthly fee.

                            Does BT offer mobile broadband?

                            Yes. Provided you can get the mobile coverage, BT offers a ranger of 4G SIMs for tablets, dongles for laptops and 4G mobile hotspots to serve small mobile networks.

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