Monday, October 18th 2010
The Unlimited TV, Broadband and Calls deal from BT has been reduced to £39.99 per month.
BT has slashed the prices of two of its triple-play bundles of communications services.
From now until January 28th 2011, consumers who sign up for broadband, digital TV and home phone calls with the telecoms giant will receive savings of up to £9 per month compared to its normal pricing.
The company's top bundle, Unlimited TV, Broadband and Calls - which includes six viewing packs, uncapped internet usage with download speeds of up to 20Mb/s and free anytime landline calls - will cost £39.99 throughout the promotional period.
When this offer expires, it will return to its regular price of £48.99 per month.
Furthermore, BT's More TV, Broadband and Calls deal has been reduced from £32.99 to £27.99, a saving of £5 per month.
People who subscribe to this package will get four viewing packs, broadband with a 40GB monthly usage limit and unlimited weekend calls to other UK home phones.
Last month, BT pledged to upgrade its bundle customers to fibre optic broadband at no extra monthly cost when the technology becomes available in their area.
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