BT Refreshes Choice of 3 Tech Gadgets with Home Broadband

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UK ISP BT has changed their gadget offer for June, which means that new customers who take one of their broadband bundles are being offered the choice of either a free Amazon Echo, JBL 650 Live Headphones or Samsung Tablet A when they sign-up to the service. This is on top of the usual reward cards (pre-paid MasterCard).

Each package includes an 18 month contract term, phone line rental, unlimited data usage, a wireless router (usually a Smart Hub 1 or 2), Cloud storage (online backup), Virus Protect, Parental Controls, Call Protect (stops nuisance calls), free access to BT’s national network of public WiFi hotspots and a speed guarantee (i.e. claim £20 back if you suffer slower than the minimum expected speed for your line).

Apparently this offer will run until Thursday 20th June at 11:59pm and customers will receive an email, 14 days after their broadband has installed, to let them know how to claim their chosen gadget. We’re only going to list the packages below that include these gadgets as the others haven’t really changed. The gadget offer also applies if you add a Pay TV service to these.

Superfast Fibre
Average Download of 50Mbps
£30 Reward Card + Choice of 3 Tech Gifts
Setup Fee: £9.99

Price: £31.99 a month for 18 months (£46.99 thereafter)

Superfast Fibre 2
Average Download of 67Mbps
£60 Reward Card + Choice of 3 Tech Gifts
Setup Fee: £9.99

Price: £39.99 a month for 18 months (£58.99 thereafter)

Ultrafast Fibre Plus (FTTP / G.fast)
Average Download of 150Mbps / Upload of 30Mbps
Special benefits for Mobile customers
£80 Reward Card + Choice of 3 Tech Gifts
Setup Fee: £9.99

Price: £54.99 a month for 18 months (£59.99 thereafter)

Ultrafast Fibre 2 Plus (FTTP / G.fast)
Average Download of 300Mbps / Upload of 49Mbps
Special benefits for Mobile customers
£80 Reward Card + Choice of 3 Tech Gifts
Setup Fee: £9.99

Price: £59.99 a month for 18 months (£64.99 thereafter)

At the start of this year the operator also said they would “not be increasing prices for BT broadband, home phone and mobile plans in 2019” and from 2020 they’ll instead adopt price increases linked to inflation (here). Sadly you also have some of the most expensive post-contract prices in the consumer broadband market for ADSL and FTTC plans (G.fast and FTTP are better value), so that may not be much of a consolation.

NOTE: We aren’t paid to do special offer articles like this but some of the links above may return a small affiliate commission if people sign-up.

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