Although it was still only in its infancy, broadband became very popular very quickly, and this led to an over-saturation of the market as various companies rushed to take advantage of their customers’ demand for fast and cheap internet. One of these companies was BT, with its background and history in the telecommunications field putting it in a powerful position.
It has remained one of the country’s most popular broadband providers along with the likes of Virgin Media and Sky, and this is largely due to the quality of its service and the amount of choices it gives its customers when they sign up. Because it still offers landline services (although landline use is rapidly decreasing, it has been shown that there is still a need for it), it has combined these services with its broadband services in order to provide its customers with important savings – by combining two monthly services rather than paying for them separately, the company can offer them more cheaply.
BT Total Broadband is perfect for those who just want to be able to access the internet and chat on the landline while they’re at home. The Unlimited Broadband and Calls package allows customers to get online with download speeds of up to 16Mb/s, no monthly data limit (which means that it can be used as much as they want without the threat of extra charges) and unlimited calls to UK landlines at any time of the day or night during the week or at the weekend. There are other packages that are more suitable for those who want to use the internet or landlines less.
This is just the tip of the iceberg as far as BT’s broadband options are concerned – browse its website for more fantastic money-saving deals.