Time is running out to take advantage of the offer of three-months free broadband when you take one of BT’s triple play on-demand TV, broadband and home phone packages.
Under the terms of the incentive, customers who sign up online for any of the broadband provider’s triple-play deals before May 12th will pay nothing for the broadband element of their package for the first three months of their contract. Broadband bundles included in the offer are the 18-month Starter, More Access and Full House packages, all of which include use of BT's on-demand TV service BT Vision.
Those who choose the Starter option will pay just £6.85 for the first three months and £29.35 thereafter, not including £11.25 line rental. Key elements of the deal include a BT Vision V Box, two viewing packs of their choice, a Home Hub and unlimited evening and weekend calls.
Meanwhile, the More Access home phone, TV and broadband package is £12.72 per month for the introductory period with line rental of £11.25. Thereafter, the cost of the plan reverts to £35.22 per month. Finally, the Full House premium product is also £12.72 per month for three months, plus £11.25 per month for landline rental, and £44.03 for the rest of the contract term.
The More Access deal differs from the entry-level Starter option by the addition of the full range of viewing packs. Meanwhile, the Full House deal also includes all viewing packs available, but adds a free BT Hub Phone.
All three triple play broadband packages also currently offer the chance to add mobile broadband for a one-off charge, with takers paying nothing for use of the service for the duration of their contract. Starter and More Access customers will pay £49.99 for the dongle, while Full House customers are charged £9.99. They will then be permitted up to 1Gb of usage per month for 18 months at no extra charge.