BT is temporarily slashing the costs of broadband, TV and mobile deals ahead of the now-traditional Black Friday bunfight.
From now until November 30, you can get BT’s Entertainment Plus and Total Entertainment deals for £7.50/month and £13/month each, instead of the usual £10 and £15 monthly prices.
Both of these BT TV deals come with a YouView set-top box, giving you access to a well-stocked suite of catch-up services and the BT Sport channels. The Total Entertainment bundle will be of interest to owners of 4K TV sets as it gives you access to BT Sport Ultra HD, so far the UK’s only live 4K channel.
Related: BT’s superfast broadband footprint now covers 80 per cent of the UK, and How BT plans to push superfast broadband coverage beyond 95 per centWhichever TV deal you go for, you’re going to need to take BT Broadband to get it. It just so happens that BT’s taken a Black Friday knife to broadband prices too.
The up to 17Mbps ADSL Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls will be priced at £5/month and the up to 38Mbps FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) Unlimited BT Infinity 1 + Weekend Calls for £10/month.
Line rental is charged at £17.99/month as standard or if you want to save a bit of money, you can pay £194.28 up front for a year’s worth of line rental. Both contracts are 12 months long.
There’s no set-up or connection fee for the standard ADSL service but if you opt for the superfast BT Infinity bundle, there’s a one-off £39 charge. You’ve got the option of adding a BT Home Hub wireless router with either package; while these are free, there is a one-off postage charge of £6.95.
These deals also come with MasterCard credit cards which come with £50 and £100 of prepaid credit loaded respectively, which can help with the Christmas shop or other Black Friday bargains.
If you want something faster than up to 38Mbps, there’s a BT Sport and BT Broadband bundle that gives you an up to 76Mbps BT Infinity service plus Entertainment Plus for £37.50/month (not including line rental) There’s no connection fee here, evening and weekend calls to UK landlines are included and you get a £100 prepaid MasterCard. Again, if you want a BT Home Hub, you’ll need to pay £6.95 for postage.
If you’re already set for fixed-line broadband and TV you can get a BT Mobile SIM card which will give you 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data. If you’re already a BT customer then this will cost you £8/month; if not, it’ll cost you £13/month.