BT Infinity explained
BT Infinity is a next-generation broadband service that offers super fast connection speeds of up to 76Mb. This means you'll enjoy some of the fastest broadband connections in the UK, so you can really start making the most of all the web has to offer.
Why choose BT Infinity?
Sign up for Infinity and you can download movies and music in no time at all and enjoy online gaming as it should be. And because BT Infinity entitles you to massive download allowances, you'll never have to worry about exceeding your monthly usage limits again.
You'll also enjoy a seamless online gaming experience with none of the delays that can affect less advanced broadband services and you'll get the award-winning BT Infinity HomeHub absolutely free. BT Infinity really does have the potential to transform how you use the internet.
BT Infinity is able to deliver super fast broadband speeds because instead of the telephone line copper wire that has traditionally been used to connect you to the internet, Infinity uses the very latest in fibre to the exchange broadband technology. What's more, it's future proof, so that whatever new bandwidth heavy services appear in years to come, you can rest assured that if you've got Infinity you've got a service that can handle it.
Fast upload speeds
As well as fast download speeds, if you choose Infinity you'll also enjoy fast upload speeds too. These can massively enhance online gaming, where information is sent from your computer to people you are playing against. Quick upload speeds also enable you attach pictures to your social networking profiles much faster and cuts the time it takes to grab files when using file sharing sites.
How do I get BT Infinity?
Right now BT Infinity is only available in certain parts of the country. If you live in a city or built-up urban area you are much more likely to be able to sign up for BT Infinity than if you reside in the country. However, BT is rolling out the service across the country in stages, as it upgrades its network with fibre to the exchange technology that can support faster speeds.
Even if you can't get BT Infinity, you can still get an impressively fast BT connection of up to 16Mb with BT's ADSL broadband products. Unlike BT Infinity these are available all over the UK.
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Select BT Infinity deals come with advanced McAfee security software free of charge. That means you can rest assured you'll stay safe from scammers while you're surfing the highways and byways of the internet.
Free Infinity HomeHub
The HomeHub is a highly advanced wireless router than enables you to share your super fast BT Infinity broadband connection with multiple web-enabled devices, such as games consoles, smartphones and laptops. The Infinity HomeHub offers great wireless range, so you can even surf the web while you're in your garden, and a power save mode whereby it turns itself off automatically when not in use.
BT provides all Infinity customers with free installation. A certified BT engineer will visit your home to undertake the entire process, which should take no more than three hours. You're then good to go!
BT Vision & Infinity bundles
BT Vision is BT's on-demand digital TV service, which includes a massive library of great movies, entire series of TV shows and much, much more. Infinity customers get the option to add BT Vision to their range of BT services at a reduced cost. You can also add Sky Sports programming to your BT bundle, meaning you'll get live coverage of the best games that the Premier League has to offer.
Learn all about BT Vision and compare BT Vision deals and offers here: BT Vision
BT Infinity news
Virgin Media is closely monitoring BT's fibre rollout
Ernest Doku - 11th March 2014
UK fibre rollout projects continue to gain ground
Ernest Doku - 11th March 2014
BT Sport viewers can see West Brom take on Man United on Saturday.
Ewan Taylor-Gibson - 7th March 2014
Man City v Southampton is the pick of BT Sport's April games.
Ewan Taylor-Gibson - 4th March 2014
BT has called for a change of broadband pricing policy from Ofcom.
Ewan Taylor-Gibson - 3rd March 2014
ADSL and Infinity packages included.
Jonathan Leggett - 28th February 2014. 1 comment