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Author Topic: ISP BT Launches New Converged Plus Fibre Broadband and 4G Plans  (Read 354 times)


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  • Posts: 2008

As expected BT’s consumer UK ISP division has today launched their new range of “Plus” FTTC, FTTP and based “fibre broadband“, phone and 4G bundles, which among other things means that if your fixed line goes down then the mobile data takes over and adopts “unlimited” usage.

In addition, BT Plus customers will receive a free upgrade to BTMobile’s fastest 4G and double the mobile data allowance. On top of that their Ultrafast Fibre Plus packages also come with a 100Mbps speed guarantee (even at peak times), backed up with the promise of £20 compensation if the speed drops below that level. Customers will further benefit from 24/7 dedicated UK and Ireland support as well as a “Broadband Price Freeze” for 18 months.

The core features of the new “Plus” solution were announced last week and the launch of today’s new packages appears to have been well timed to coincide with the introduction of the new advertising rules, which requires internet service providers to display “average” download speeds (a median measured at peak time).

    Pete Oliver, MD of BT Marketing and Sales, said:

    “We know our customers’ lives revolve around being connected at home and on the go, and that it’s a challenge for families to manage all of their mobile and broadband services. We’re launching BT Plus to make it easier for our customers to get the best of fibre and 4G to stay connected wherever they are, and our Keep Connected Promise means that if ever there’s a problem with your broadband – we’ll use 4G to keep your family connected while we fix it.”

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