BT has revamped its Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls broadband bundle, which now offers total savings of almost £150.
Whereas those taking up the offer previously received a £25 Sainsbury's voucher, new customers will now receive a £50 voucher to spend at the supermarket, either in store or online.
The deal is only available until April 2nd and offers customers a number of other perks, including half price Unlimited Broadband and weekend calls for 12 months, meaning people only pay £8 a month as opposed to the standard monthly price of £16.
The package comes with a number of other extras, including a free BT Home Hub, the broadband provider’s best ever router, which has its strongest wireless connection to date.
Those signing up also receive unlimited Wi-Fi, meaning they never need find themselves without a strong internet connection and can complete everyday tasks online without interruption.
Customers can also use exclusive BT features such as the SmartTalk app, which allows BT home phone customers to make calls through their smartphone's Wi-Fi connection, for the same value as if they were using their BT calling plan.
BT states that its usage terms for the package are totally unlimited, meaning people can download as much as they like without being slowed down, while benefiting from up to 16Mb download speeds.
Other internet features include the BT Family Protection tool, which restricts children’s internet capabilities, ensuring they do not stay online for longer than is necessary or access sites that are inappropriate.
Users also receive 2GB of storage in BT Cloud, the company’s online function, where people can store, protect and share files, songs, photos and even movies, making it easy to back-up precious documents, access them anywhere and share them with friends and family.
The deal, which runs until the first Tuesday after Easter, is based on an 18-month contract, with £10.75 line rental payable from the first month of the contract.