BT offers Infinity and Broadband deals in its own January sale
In the spirit of the new year BT has decided to hack the charges of its Infinity Broadband internet for those signing up in January or February.
BT Infinity 1 uses fibre-based broadband for high-speed connections. During January new customers will pay £7.50 a month for the first six months, then £15 a month for the rest of the 18-month contract - average of £12.50 a month.
Standard BT Broadband is also on offer for new customers at £5 a month for six months then £10 a month for the remainder of the 18-month contract - an average of £8.33 a month.
While BT doesn’t mention it on the press release, it usually charges a compulsory line rental on top of those prices, and this will go up from 1 January, so add around £16 a month to those costs.
The deals run from now until mid-March. The BT Broadband contract offers free Wi-Fi at hotspots, the latest Home Hub 5 (with 802.11ac Wi-Fi) and BT Sport which is now home to many Premiership football matches.