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BT has boosted the appeal of its fibre broadband deals with a £60 Sainsbury's shopping voucher.

New customers signing up for super-fast broadband by June 27th can get their hands on the free gift certificate, which can be used at the supermarket's stores nationwide.

Subscribers simply need to check their eligibility for a voucher when they register with BT, and claim their £60 gift card after their broadband installation.

UK households in fibre-enabled areas have three super-fast broadband deals to choose from.

The entry-level fibre broadband package is BT Infinity 1, which offers up to 38Mb download speeds and up to 9.5Mb uploads with a 40GB usage allowance.

Weekend calls and a free connection are included if customers need a new line installing, although subscribers are subject to a £30 fibre activation charge.

The broadband deal is priced at £15 per month, plus £15.45 line rental, although this can be reduced to £11.75 per month if subscribers pay 12 months in advance.

Unlimited BT Infinity 1 offers the same broadband deal, but with no usage cap. This means that for £23 per month, plus line rental, users can download as much data as they like.

As an added sweetener with this package, the price is reduced to £16 per month plus line rental for the first three months of an 18-month contract.

Both 38Mb broadband deals include the BT Sport app and online player, unlimited Wi-Fi minutes, BT SmartTalk, BT Family Protection, a wireless router, BT NetProtect Plus and 2GB of online storage.

For consumers seeking faster broadband speeds, Unlimited BT Infinity 2 is priced at £26 per month - discounted to £20 for the first three months - plus line rental.

The higher-tier fibre broadband deal offers download speeds of up to 76Mb, uploads of up to 19Mb, and unlimited data.

Weekend calls are included, while consumers receive a £60 Sainsbury's voucher and a free line connection should they need one.

The broadband deal comes with the BT Sport app and online player, unlimited Wi-Fi minutes, BT SmartTalk, BT Family Protection, a wireless router, 50GB of cloud storage space and BT NetProtect Plus.

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