Leading internet service provider (ISP) BT has added to the appeal of its already-popular broadband bundles by cutting a number of price points.
Two of the firm's triple-pay packages are now available for a cheaper monthly fee - both More TV, Broadband and Calls and Unlimited TV, Broadband and Calls.
Consumers signing up for the former - BT More TV, Broadband and Calls – are now required to pay just £27.99 per month plus line rental over a 24-month contract, down from £32.99.
For this, they gain access to download speeds of up to 20Mb, a generous 40GB usage allowance, and a wireless home hub with free Wi-Fi minutes included.
In terms of calls, the bundle offers unlimited UK Weekend calls, including to 0845 and 0870 numbers, plus free connection.
A free Vision+ digital TV recorder offers high-quality television viewing, with four channel packs – TV and Replay, plus two from Film Club, Sport, Kids, Music – also included.
Meanwhile, sports fans can add ESPN to their line-up at no extra cost, allowing them to tune into Premier League and FA Cup football shown by the broadcaster.
Even greater savings are available to households signing up for BT Unlimited TV, Broadband and Calls, which has come down from £48.99 to £39.99.
The package offers all the same benefits of More TV, Broadband and Calls, except there is an unlimited monthly usage allowance - ideal for subscribers who enjoy downloading rich media content.
Unlimited calls are available at any time on this package, not merely at the weekend, while it offers all six TV viewing packs, rather than a choice of four.
And with BT currently investing £2.5 billion upgrading its national broadband infrastructure, the majority of subscribers on both packages will soon be able to access even greater download and upload speeds.
The new fibre-optic BT Infinity service will enable consumers to download at a rate of up to 40Mb, and the firm has vowed to offer free upgrades to all More TV, Broadband and Calls and Unlimited TV, Broadband and Calls customers.