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BT is attempting to lure consumers to its Infinity fibre broadband deals with £125 Prepaid Visa Cards.

Up until May 13th, BT is offering the financial incentive to new customers across its range of super-fast broadband packages.

Consumers switching to BT broadband can get their hands on a £125 Prepaid Visa Card when they sign up for BT Infinity 1, BT Unlimited BT Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls or BT Unlimited BT Infinity 2 + Weekend Calls.

The entry-level package - BT Infinity 1 - offers up to 38Mb download speeds with a 20GB usage allowance.

Customers receive a free Home Hub 5 router, free Wi-Fi minutes, 5GB BT Cloud storage, free BT Sport access and a range of other benefits.

The package is priced at £7.50 per month plus line rental for the first 12 months.

A similar broadband deal is also available with weekend calls and unlimited data.

BT Unlimited BT Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls is priced at £12.50 per month plus line rental for 12 months. This rises to £18 per month plus line rental once the introductory offer period has ended.

The firm's Unlimited BT Infinity 2 + Weekend Calls package - which offers up to 76Mb broadband with unlimited data - costs £26 per month plus line rental for 12 months, rising to £28 per month plus line rental thereafter.

New customers signing up for BT's copper-based broadband deals can get their hands on a £75 Prepaid Visa Card.

BT Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls offers up to 17Mb download speeds with unlimited data, for an initial £7.50 per month plus line rental.

After the first year, this broadband deal increases in price to £18 per month plus line rental.

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