BT has added to the appeal of its Infinity fibre broadband deals by including a £100 Sainsbury's shopping voucher.
Consumers signing up for BT Infinity 1, Unlimited BT Infinity 1 or Unlimited BT Infinity 2 over the internet are entitled to the gift card, which can be used to make savings as Sainsbury's supermarket stores across the UK.
BT Infinity 1 offers download speeds of up to 38Mb with a 40GB monthly data allowance.
Subscribers also receive inclusive weekend calls and a free connection, plus a free Home Hub 4 router, unlimited Wi-Fi, BT SmartTalk, BT Family Protection, 2GB BT Cloud, BT NetProtect Plus and access to the BT Sport app and online player.
The BT Infinity 1 broadband deal is priced at £15 per month plus line rental over the course of a 12-month contract.
Unlimited BT Infinity 1 offers the same package, but with no restrictions on the amount of data that can be downloaded during the month.
This broadband package costs £23 per month plus line rental, however for the first three months subscribers pay just £16 per month plus line rental.
The higher-tier deal Unlimited BT Infinity 2 - which is priced at £26 per month plus line rental, discounted to £20 per month for the first three months - offers up to 76Mb download speeds.
The deal comes with an unlimited monthly usage allowance, weekend calls, a BT Home Hub 4 router and a free connection.
Subscribers can also benefit from unlimited Wi-Fi, BT SmartTalk, BT Family Protection, 50GB BT Cloud, BT NetProtect Plus and access to the BT Sport app and online player.
Customers are required to sign up for Unlimited BT Infinity 2 on an 18-month contract.
BT is withdrawing the Sainsbury's £100 gift card offer on Monday November 4th, meaning consumers have one week to take advantage of the deal.