Scam emails do look legit, by definition
The link to “unlock the deal” etc. is the danger point, which even clicking on could be disastrous unless you have a decent IS system.
That was my only unhappiness with the warning from the previous replier. It would be Stage 2, this email, where the danger lay. Not the necessarily during the phone itself.
Does it use the word “unlock” or is that just yourself conveying the overall message? I would be suspicious of it in an email from BT.
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