Customers who sign up now for selected BT broadband bundles will pay nothing for their services for the first three months of their contract, in the latest sweetener for the broadband provider’s offerings.
Find the deals here: BT three months free deal.
Under the terms of the promotion, all BT broadband packages that include the Unlimited Anytime calling plan pay nothing except landline rental during the introductory period of their contract term.
The promotion includes bundles that combine the Unlimited Anytime plan solely with home broadband service, as well as those that bundle together these services with BT’s on-demand TV offering, BTVision.
All dual-play packages, that is those that feature broadband and cheap calls exclusively, entitle customers to a super fast broadband connection of up to 20Mb, unlimited UK weekend calls, security software for staying safe online and free customer support. BT also provides its award-winning Home Hub wireless router free of charge.
All of this is also included in the triple play deals, which additionally feature a selection of options for BTVision. This is the broadband supplier’s advertisement-free entertainment offering, which comprises a virtual library of blockbuster movies, entire TV series and kids’ programming.
Customers choosing BT’s premium TV, calls and home broadband product, dubbed Talk, Surf & Watch Unlimited, save over £100 by signing up now. Meanwhile, savings of nearly £80 are on offer for those who choose the high-end Talk & Surf Unlimited calls and broadband deal.
Alex Buttle, Marketing Director at Top 10 Broadband, said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer these attractive discounted broadband bundles to our customers.
“Conditions in the economy and labour market have improved somewhat in recent months, but it’s still tough out there for the majority of people. And that makes BT’s latest promotion a gimme for anyone who’s looking to cut their outlay.”
BT’s refresh of its product line comes as it is in the process of rolling out its fibre optic broadband network across the UK. Britons and businesses situated in areas now covered by the company’s cable broadband infrastructure can access connection speeds of up to 40Mb.
The Infinity Option 1 deal is priced £19.99 per month over an 18-month contract, which includes a 20Gb download limit, basic security, 250 WiFi minutes via BT’s Open Zone network and upload speeds of up to 2Mb. Meanwhile, the higher-end Infinity Option 2 is £24.99 per month. This entitles subscribers to unlimited downloads, advanced security, upload speeds of up to 10Mb and the option to back up files via a cloud storage system