BT cuts fibre optic broadband bundle price

Monday, August 23rd 2010
Telecoms provider BT has launched a new discount promotion on its fibre optic broadband.
BT cuts fibre optic broadband bundle price
BT has slashed the price of its bundle deal of super-fast fibre optic cable broadband and home phone services.

The telecoms giant's Broadband and Calls with BT Infinity package is now available for £7.49 per month for the first three months of the contract, plus standard line rental from £9.49.

When the promotional discount expires, the remaining bills on the 18-month contract will be charged at the standard price of £17.99.

Consumers must pay a £25 activation fee to take advantage of the savings offered by this package, as well as download speeds of up to 40Mb/s and a monthly usage allocation of 40GB.

The deal also includes unlimited calls to UK landlines at the weekend, plus a free BT Infinity home hub and basic internet security.

In recent weeks, BT has announced plans to roll out its fibre optic broadband network across a number of areas in the UK.

Tettenhall in the West Midlands is the latest location to have benefited from these improvements.

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