BT has revealed that consumers who are planning to sign up to its digital TV and broadband services have until the end of today (January 15th) to claim a free Vision+ box.
As part of the launch of its new energy-efficient set-top box, which uses 12 per cent less power than previous models, the company is waiving the £45 fee that consumers are usually charged for the equipment.
Under the terms of the deal, existing BT broadband consumers can take up the offer and pay £7.50 a month for the first three months of service, while the price will rise to £14.99 thereafter.
In addition, new customers could take up BT Vision alongside the firm's broadband and home phone services from £15.40 a month for three months. In a similar manner to the first deal, this rises to £30.98 after that period.
BT Vision's Chief Executive officer Marc Watson recently claimed the company had worked closely with Pace over the development of the new Vision+ box.