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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Thu 07-Jul-16 19:46:07
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Re: Looking for a cheap fibre package


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It seems so. Currently I'm not likely to try wink. The payment notification email:-
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Standard User fusen
(member) Fri 22-Jul-16 08:55:24
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Re: Looking for a cheap fibre package


[re: brandscill] [link to this post]
 
As someone else has mentioned, BT Infinity if you catch them during an offer will match just about the price you ask for.

For he past 12 months I've been with Sky Fibre paying line rental + 7.50 for 40/10 which is around £25 but this was an offer they gave me so I wouldn't leave. my contract

They now won't give me any sort of incentive to stay so it is raising to about 37/month (including line rental) which I'm obviously not too happy about.

BT constantly put deals up on their website and then take them away a week later and very annoingly, today being the last day of my Sky contract BT have ended a deal last night... but it was 10/month for 12 months + line rental but with a £100 cash on a prepaid card offer. If you then add in a cashback amount via the external websites you get back down to around £27 a month.

I've now just got to wait for BT to enable another similar offer before I can get back to cheap internet
Standard User edwin11
(newbie) Thu 25-Aug-16 16:09:24
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Re: Looking for a cheap fibre package


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Have been waiting ages for Unos Unlimited Fibre Talk and Surf package.Thinking it will never happen in the short term.Looking at Plusnets new offering of £23 for 38 mbps Fibre.Together with cashback makes it tempting.18 Month contract only drawback.


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Standard User MCM
(knowledge is power) Thu 25-Aug-16 19:20:17
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18 Month contract only drawback.
Don't forget the limiting upload speed of just 2Mbps, You need to go for their 76Mbps package if you want a decent upload speed (up to 20Mbps).
Standard User ukhardy07
(knowledge is power) Thu 25-Aug-16 23:51:34
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Re: Looking for a cheap fibre package


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Login to your BT site online, where you view your bills. Do you see an option to see your offers?

If I go in there I have 55/10 Mbps for £11 and 76Mbps for £15 + line rental. Both 24 month contracts mind.
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