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New subscribers to BT's £10 a month Infinity and Weekend Calls bundle will benefit from a doubled monthly usage cap allowance.

According to ISPreview, the company is poised to raise the data cap for the services from 20GB to 40GB.

Although only effective until September 30th 2015, the move coincides with BT reintroducing the added perk of £75 and £125 Sainsbury's gift vouchers with its packages.

Users will benefit from download speeds of 38Mbps, free UK Weekend calls, a BT Sport Lite TV package and more.

New customers will of course have to take out BT's Phone Line Rental, which is currently either £16.99 per month as standard or £183.48 when pre-paid for a full year in advance - the equivalent of £15.29 per month.

However, things could get a little more confusing given yesterday's news, which suggested BT is set to raise that price by six to seven per cent.  



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