Ends Thursday: £120 Reward Card with BT fibre, TV deals

Ends Thursday: £120 Reward Card with BT fibre, TV deals

Tuesday, 31 October, 2017

BT fibre has brought back its top-line £120 Reward Card offer for new customers, ending on Thursday 2 November.

There’s just a couple of days left to take advantage.

Each BT fibre broadband deal sits on a 12 month contract, adding an activation fee if you’re taking advantage of BT’s TV deals, which include BT Sport, Sky Sports and Cinema, along with all the standard free-to-air channels.

If you can stomach the level of complaints then these BT offers are competitively priced.

Download speeds for BT’s main fibre product, Unlimited Infinity 1, got upgraded across the board to 76Mbps in October.

It’s perhaps a realisation that while BT added 170,000 fibre broadband customers this year, taking their total to 5.1 million, a higher percentage are happy to check deals and switch away instead of languishing on a never-ending contract that costs more and more every year.

Fibre broadband and calls only

  • BT Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls – £31.99 a month – £9.99 router delivery
  • Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls
    £80 reward card

    Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls

    Average* 50Mbps UnlimitedFibre
    £80 reward card
    Setup costs £9.99 £9.99 (inc. new line)
    • No broadband price rises in 2019
    • Free access to BT WiFi hotspots
    • BT Virus Protect
  • Unlimited Infinity 2 and Weekend Calls – £44.99 a month – £9.99 router delivery
  • Superfast Fibre 2 and Weekend Calls
    £100 reward card

    Superfast Fibre 2 and Weekend Calls

    Average* 67Mbps UnlimitedFibre
    £100 reward card
    Offer ends:19/09/2019
    Setup costs £9.99 £9.99 (inc. new line)
    • No broadband price rises in 2019
    • Free access to BT WiFi hotspots
    • BT Virus Protect

Fibre broadband, calls and BT TV

  • BT TV Starter + BT Sport with Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls – £35.49 a month – £9.99 router delivery – £50 activation fee

See a list of the channels on offer here

  • TV Starter, Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls
    This deal has changed or is no longer available.
    £90 reward card

    TV Starter, Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls

    Average* 50Mbps UnlimitedFibre
    £90 reward card
    Setup costs £49.99 £49.99 (inc. new line)
    22 premium channels:
  • BT Entertainment TV with Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls – £41.99 a month – £9.99 router delivery – £20 connection fee

See a list of the channels on offer here

  • Entertainment TV, Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls
    £80 reward card

    Entertainment TV, Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls

    Average* 50Mbps UnlimitedFibre
    £80 reward card
    Offer ends:19/09/2019
    Setup costs £19.99 £19.99 (inc. new line)
    42 premium channels:
  • BT Max TV with Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls – £51.99 a month – £9.99 router delivery – £10 activation fee

See a list of the channels on offer here

  • Max TV, Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls
    £80 reward card

    Max TV, Superfast Fibre and Weekend Calls

    Average* 50Mbps UnlimitedFibre
    £80 reward card
    Offer ends:19/09/2019
    Setup costs £9.99 £9.99 (inc. new line)
    90 premium channels:

If these deals don’t suit what you’re looking for, just type your postcode in the box below and get the latest list of the best broadband deals on the market near you.

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Tom is a tech journalist and former Editor at BroadbandDeals.co.uk.

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