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BT is giving UK consumers the chance to save money when signing up for both copper and fibre broadband deals.

The service provider is offering its Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls for just £8 per month plus line rental over a 12-month contract, and £18 per month plus line rental thereafter.

For super-fast download speeds, BT Unlimited BT Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls is temporarily priced at £10 per month plus line rental, rising to £23 per month plus line rental.

Consumers who sign up for either of the broadband deals online can take advantage of significant savings, with or without BT TV services.

They can also claim a free Sainsbury's gift card, which can be used at the supermarket chain nationwide.

BT Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls offers up to 17Mb download speeds, with no usage cap and a BT Home Hub 4 router.

The package comes with weekend calls to UK landlines, the BT SmartTalk app, 5GB of cloud storage, free BT Wi-Fi, BT parental controls and free BT Sport.

Customers also receive a £25 Sainsbury's gift card as part of the deal.

They can add the TV Essential channel pack for £5 per month, meaning the cost of their package will be £13 per month plus line rental for the first year.

Fibre broadband customers signing up for BT Unlimited BT Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls are able to download at up to 38Mb and use as much data as they like.

The broadband package comes with a BT Home Hub 5 - which is designed for fibre connections - and all the other BT deal perks, including weekend calls and free BT Sport.

With this deal, new customers receive a £50 Sainsbury's gift card.

Those seeking pay-TV services can bolt on the TV Entertainment channel pack for £5 per month, taking the price to £15 per month plus line rental in year one.

BT is running the respective broadband offers until Monday January 19th, meaning consumers have five days to take advantage.

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