Battling sluggish broadband? You are in luck, BT has launched an outstanding deal on its broadband offers meaning you’ll be able to unlock sooner speeds and cash to spend at Amazon, Tesco or Currys. For a restricted time, BT is giving freely a £70 Reward Card with its Fibre 1 package deal, which arrives with common obtain speeds of 50Mbps for simply £27.99 a month. The BT Reward Card is a pre-paid Mastercard that may be spent anyplace that accepts Mastercard which is, principally, anyplace. Higher than that, when you order the very same broadband deal by way of Broadband Genie, the comparability web site will throw in an additional £25 voucher to spend at Amazon, Tesco, or Currys.
All in, you’ll begin your new broadband contract with £95 in free money to spend on no matter you need. However this beneficiant provide from BT is not round for lengthy. You will want to put an order for BT Fibre 1 by way of Broadband Genie earlier than Wednesday Might 18, in any other case, you may miss out on the additional £25 voucher.
Elsewhere, BT Fibre 1 comes with an improve to Full Fibre 100 for the primary month, unlocking obtain speeds of 150Mbps (that is twice as quick as the typical house broadband connection within the UK) at no additional value. You will get pleasure from add speeds of 10Mbps and a pace assure of 25Mbps.
In case your broadband does not persistently hit that minimal pace, BT will permit you to go away the 24-month contract free of charge.
If you need sooner speeds, Virgin Media has slashed all of its broadband packages right down to £28 a month. For a restricted time, meaning you can unlock its gigabit-capable fibre broadband, dubbed Gig1, with obtain speeds over 1,000Mbps for lower than £30 a month. That is an absolute steal. Nevertheless, the deal is not out there for for much longer, so you may have to act quick.
And you will have to reside in one of many 15.5 million properties throughout the UK that may connect with Virgin Media’s broadband community. The corporate does not depend on BT-owned Openreach, which provides the infrastructure for BT, EE, Sky Broadband, TalkTalk, Plusnet, and extra. As such, there is a chance that you simply will not be capable to benefit from its newest promotion.