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Rewards between £150 and £225 available on BT broadband products
Wednesday 15 March 2017 10:33:44 by Andrew Ferguson

The BT Reward cards fluctuate but we think this latest batch of rewards may be the highest that we have seen combined with the lower prices you generally get via the affiliate channel links. In a change to how BT arranges its products a single page now features the ADSL2+, Infinity and BT TV products, though if you are in a native FTTP area and want those faster options you need to use a different link to see Infinity 3 and Infinity 4 options.

  • Unlimited BT Broadband ADSL2+ with £150 reward card on 12 month contract at £23.99/month plus £9.99 setup fee
  • Unlimited BT Infinity 1 (FTTC or FTTP if available) with £200 reward card on 12 month contract £28.99/month plus £59.99 setup fee
  • Unlimited BT Infinity 2 (FTTC or FTTP if available) with £200 reward card on 12 month contract £44.99/month plus £29.99 setup fee
  • BT TV Entertainment Plus with Unlimited BT Infinity 1 (FTTC or FTTP if available) with £200 reward card plus a £25 John Lewis voucher on 12 month contract £36.99/month plus £59.99 setup fee

The main BT Reward card offers end on Tuesday 21st March 2017 and the John Lewis £25 voucher on the BT TV range runs for longer and ends on Tuesday 28th March 2017. After the 12 month contract period prices will rise to the standard prices, but in return for signing another contract term you can undercut the standard pricing, or move on and chase a deal elsewhere.

As usual the rewards need to be claimed once the service is live, so don't forget.

Comments

Posted by joe_pineapples 14 days ago
Such a shame they won't guarantee the monthly price, even for a relatively short contract period.
Posted by Apilar 14 days ago
Ofcom should ban mid-contract price increases or make the contract null and void. The 30 day window is nonsense.
Posted by ZenUser27 14 days ago
Well they do let you leave so thats good enough
Posted by joe_pineapples 13 days ago
Well its not really as good as sticking to the advertised price for the advertised period, is it.
Posted by Kr1s69 13 days ago
With topcashback at £110 the ADSL option is about £40 for a year. Hopefully they'll do this again next year as I've just left BT for sky.
Posted by Kr1s69 13 days ago
Also, I hate how much extra they charge for infinity 2. No one will bother with it so much higher than infinity 1.
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