BT has reduced the cost of its unlimited broadband packages for businesses, with discounts of almost 50% being seen on some packages.
Over a 24-month contract, businesses taking out the BT Broadband Unlimited package can now pay £9 a month for unlimited up to 17Mb broadband, compared to the usual price of £17 a month, as long as they sign up before June 30th.
Line rental of £13 a month is also payable throughout the duration of the contract - something that is applicable to all business broadband packages currently discounted by BT.
New businesses signing up receive a free connection, free access to BT’s national network of public WiFi hotspots, free 24/7 technical support, a Hub3 wireless router (for an £8 delivery charge plus VAT), ten email addresses, 50MB of webspace, the option of a static IP address for an extra charge, and prioritised business traffic at peak times.
Discounts are also available across the BT Broadband Premium package (down from £25 to £20), which also offers Microsoft Office 365 Small Business and BTTech Heads extra IT Support.
BT Infinity business broadband is also discounted from £25 to £20 and offers up to 38Mb download speeds, along with the new Infinity-exclusive Hub5 wireless router. Discounts are also being offered on BT Infinity Unlimited (down from £32 to £27) and BT Infinity Premium (from £40 to £35).
All packages require additional line rental of £13, and also have the option to add unlimited calls for £10 a month.
Customers only have until 30th June to take advantage of the offers, with BT noting that its broadband and line rental charges will be changing on July 1st.