BT has slashed the price of its popular digital TV and broadband bundles, in a bid to attract new customers to the Vision service.
From today (Saturday July 23rd), UK households will be able to access Freeview TV and on-demand content from just £4 per month.
Consumers have two options when signing up for BT Vision – which can be the perfect bolt-on for any home phone and broadband package.
Vision Essential, which is priced at £4 per month over a one-year contract, offers Freeview TV access, TV replay services, BBC iPlayer and a host of pay-per-view content.
Other on-demand entertainment packs cannot be added to this tariff, but subscribers have the option of taking Sky Sports 1 (£12.30), Sky Sports 2 (£12.30) or Sky Sports 1&2 (£17.40) with their deal.
Consumers signing up for BT Vision Essential receive a free Vision+ box worth £199, which enables them to pause, rewind and record live TV, and also record up to 80 hours of content to watch at a later date.
All consumers are required to pay is a one-off £30 activation fee, in addition to their standard monthly payment.
For households seeking unlimited access to BT's exciting on-demand TV packs, Vision Unlimited looks like the more suitable option.
The broadband provider has slashed the cost of this package – which offers unrestricted access to BT's library of content - to just £12.50 per month, with customers able to upgrade to a Sky Sports and ESPN subscription.
Again, the Vision+ box is provided for free, enabling customers to make three-figure savings when signing up for digital TV services.
And for households wishing to take out a TV, home phone and broadband bundle, BT is currently running a special, money-saving three months' free deal.
Consumers can bolt landline calls and web services onto their digital TV pack for just £16 per month, but pay nothing for the first three months.
This means that during the introductory period of their contract, subscribers can pay just £4 per month for on-demand TV, home phone services and high-speed broadband.