ISP BT's Launch of new 9 months Students Broadband Plans
UK's leading ISP BT has announced about the launch of their new students broadband packages of standard and superfast categories which are specially customized packages. The plans will have 9 months contract term which is a shorter term contract, varied prices and offer free usage of BT Sport TV app.
The subscribers of these packages will get a wireless router (BT Smart Hub), unlimited usage, line rental included, access to public Wifi hotspots, parental controls, internet security, UK unlimited weekend calls & 24/7 UK/Ireland based customer support.
The broadband packages for students are:
Broadband Unlimited (ADSL2+) Student Package
With an average Download Speed of 10 Mbps at a price £25 per month for a contract term of 9 months, with one time upfront cost of £20.
Superfast Fibre Unlimited (FTTC) Student Package
With an average Download Speed of 50 Mbps at a price £35 per month for a contract term of 9 months, with one time upfront cost of £44.99 and price thereafter at £35.
Superfast Fibre 2 Unlimited (FTTC) Student Deal Package
With an average Download Speed of 67 Mbps at a price £40 per month for a contract term of 9 months with one time upfront cost of £44.99 and price thereafter at £40.
The 9 months free access to BT Sports App will be charged at £9 per month thereafter. The offer page does not show the standard broadband of ADSL2+ service, but it is assumed that offer is applicable on it as an option through the order.
Get great speeds of internet with superfast plans, access to 5 million wifi hotspots, free access to BT sports app etc with specially designed students plans by signing up using your University email address. As of now the plans's prices remains same after contract terms.
Recently Virgin Media offered for students with a 30 days rolling contract packages.
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