BT remains the UK’s most popular broadband provider, sporting fast speeds, impressive hardware and more. Where it sometimes falls down is in its affordability but right now that isn’t the case.On its Fibre 1 package, you will be paying £28.99 a month for speeds averaging 50Mb. While that doesn’t sound like anything to shout about, it becomes a real winner when you take into account the £70 Mastercard BT is offering on top.That extra incentive quickly launches BT to the top, becoming one of the best value plans with ease. While not quite as mind-blowing as Vodafone’s latest offer, this is certainly an easy choice for fans of what BT has on offer.The one thing you will need to take into account here is that the UK wide lockdown has caused issues with broadband installation. If you have a phone line, it’s all good! You can simply install your broadband yourself. If you don’t have a phone line, you will have to wait a while until you can get things installed. Try 4G home broadband if you need a temporary solutionBelow you’ll find everything you need to know about BT’s latest offering and see a few of the biggest competing broadband deals.
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