With the likes of Vodafone reducing its broadband deals to incredible lows, BT is responding this week with its own perks to try and get you to sign up to one of the provider’s broadband packages.
Most notably, it’s given a boost to its so-called Reward Card – a prepaid Mastercard that you can spend anywhere online or in store where they’re accepted. It’s back up to £100 when you take out BT’s best value broadband plan, and up to £110 if you go for the supercharged Superfast Fibre 2.
What’s more, BT is eliminating its activation fee on fibre broadband as well. So the only thing you now have to pay upfront is £9.99 to cover delivery of the router. It’s these kinds of offers -together with BT’s famous reputation – that keep making BT the most popular broadband provider in the UK.
There’s more details about the current crop of BT broadband deals below, but it’s worth noting that the company says this offer will come to an end on Monday, September 24. So you won’t want to think about it for too long.
Choose from the range of BT broadband deals
BT Superfast Fibre | 18 months | 50Mb average speed | Weekend calls | £9.99 router delivery | £29.99pm + £100 reward card
The rapid speed of BT’s best value fibre broadband package equates to roughly 6MB per second. That means super fast downloads and silky streaming. This is featured as our ‘Editor’s Pick’ on our overall best broadband deals guide.
BT Superfast Fibre 2 | 18 months | 67Mb average speed | Weekend calls | £9.99 router delivery | £39.99pm + £110 reward card
For an extra tenner a month you can upgrade to BT’s fastest widely available fibre optic internet plan. This is the one to go for if you have throngs of people all trying to use the broadband at once, or if you love that 4K streaming.
BT Broadband and weekend calls | 18 months | 10Mb average speed | Weekend calls | £10 activation + £9.99 router delivery | £29.99pm + £50 reward card
Don’t reckon you need a fibre broadband deal? Then you could choose BT’s most affordable broadband and STILL get a £50 Mastercard to spend. The only drawback (other than the ADSL speeds) are that you have to pay a tenner more to get started.