For new users, a BT Fibre unlimited deal is currently on offer, expiring in a couple of days. To get it for the incredible princely sum of £57.87 in total for 12 months, you need an account with QuidCo which is giving you £160 cashback to give you this deal for the price I am talking about, if you haven't got one already. If you don't have QuidCo but have Topcashback, you can still get £150 instead of £160 cashback. BT is right now offering Infinity Fibre Unlimited + Phone for £28.99 per month plus £59.99 set up fees including line rental, and you can add a Starter TV add on pack for free but £10 TV activation fees. The former includes a £200 cash back in the form of credit on a Mastercard, while QuidCo is offering an exclusive £160 cashback deal for this triple service combination. Once you click the green £160 exclusive cashback button within the BT Broadband page in QuidCo, you will see something like: http://www.productsandservices.bt.c...utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign and once you have got through the first page you can pick the free TV starter (with £10 activation fee) For topcashback the selection of the package starts with the TV Starter pack on the top left in the BT page, then you can select the £28.99 per month deal further down the page. Often cashback from websites like QuidCo/Topcashback are mutually exclusive with the vendor's bonus/benefits, but this is not the case here, as explained at the bottom of the QuidCo BT page (or the Topcashback BT page), where they specifically say their offers are for the BT deal that comes with the £200 reward card. So the annual total cost is £59.99+£10+£28.99x12 - £200 - £160 = £57.87 for 12 months, or £4.83 a month. I don't think I have ever seen any fibre deal at a price anywhere near this. You don't have to pick the TV Starter, but then you will get less cashback, so it is probably worth it even if you don't use it, and flog the BT box after 12 months. I know about the deal because I have just bought it myself, and everything went through smoothly (QuidCo tracked the purchase instantly, but of course cashback from QuidCo/Topcashback is never 100% guaranteed). I know forum rules preclude advertising for personal gains - I don't gain anything by bringing this offer to the attention of you all, but I believe it might help someone, which is consistent with the spirit of the forum, I think. Cheers!