BT is offering an ultimate deal which will slash the price of your broadband. The supplier has announced that it is giving customers the chance to get the web beamed into their homes for under £30 per month with one offer saving a huge £240 over the term of the contract.
BT is boasting that one of these deals is better than anything it offered on Black Friday so they are definitely worth considering if your current deal has ended.
The first of the new deals offers BT’s Superfast Fibre Essential for £24.99 per month.
This brings average speeds of 35Mbps to your home which is fine for those who want to browse the web and download the odd show or movie.
If you want something a bit faster then BT has a Balck Friday-beating offer on its Superfast Fibre 2.
This beams the web through your walls at average speeds of 72Mbps and is more suited to those who want to stream content in full HD or download the latest blockbuster console titles.
Superfast Fibre 2 now costs £29.99 per month which £10 off the usual cost.
Again, this deal lasts for two years so you can save £240 over the term of the contract.
BT broadband deal
Both of the deals mentioned above do require an upfront fee to be paid and you’ll need to sign up for the offers via the web as they are exclusive to BT's online store.
The news of these latest deals come as BT has just flicked the switch on its superfast 5G mobile network in more places across the UK.
This takes its coverage from six cities to a whopping 50 with areas such as Hull, Maidstone, Stevenage, Northampton and Solihull now able to access quicker downloads.
As well as giving more areas 5G, BT is now offering this service to all customers and not just those signed up to its Halo package.
It's great news but it does come with a catch as you'll need to cough up for a new 5G-ready smartphone before you can take advantage and they aren't cheap.
Here’s a full list of places where you can now access 5G speeds with BT.
BT 5G will be available in the following cities and towns ~
London • Edinburgh • Birmingham • Belfast • Manchester • Cardiff • Bristol • Coventry • Lichfield • Leicester • Liverpool • Lisburn • Glasgow • Hull • Leeds • Newcastle • Nottingham • Salford • Sheffield • Sunderland • Wakefield • Wolverhampton • Ashton-under-Lyne • Castlereagh • Chatham • Clifton • Dudley • Gillingham • Grays • Guildford • Hamilton • Harlow • Hoddesdon • Huddersfield • Kimberley • Kingston-upon-Thames • Maidstone • Milnrow • Northampton • Oldham • Bar • Rochdale • Romford • Solihull • Stevenage • Sutton Coldfield • Sydenham • Walsall • Watford • West Bromwich
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