These brilliant BT deals come courtesy of EE and treat you to double the superfast 5G data for the same monthly price
We’re used to seeing bonkers BT deals on broadband but, due to the merger with EE, it’s serving up sumptuous SIM only savings for existing customers too. How does 200GB of screamingly fast 5G data, rather than the usual 100GB, for just £16/mth on a two-year contract sound? Or perhaps you’d prefer 20GB, up from the normal 10GB, for a mere £9/mth? To put those prices into perspective, you’d pay £23/mth for 250GB and £8/mth for 5GB direct from EE. That makes these BT deals phenomenal entry points into the UK’s fastest mobile network.
The “catch” is that you have to already be a BT broadband customer to make the most of these SIM discounts. Why the inverted commas? Well, BT’s broadband deals are some of the best on the market so you could do a lot worse than signing up and then buying a SIM as well. For instance, the company is currently offering a huge £70 Reward Card if you opt for its Full Fibre 1 plan, which nabs you a top download speed of 50Mbits/sec for £30/mth on a two-year plan. Even better, you can scoop 74Mbits/sec and a truly gigantic £100 Reward Card for £34/mth via the Full Fibre 2 plan. The Reward Cards can be redeemed anywhere that accepts Mastercard, which is most places.
Not only are these some of the best BT deals around at the moment, but they vastly undercut the costs you’d usually pay to access EE’s lightning-quick network, which picked up four stars out of five and a coveted Recommended award in our most recent review. Just get in there soon because they might not be around for long.
Let’s dive deeper into what you’ll actually be getting from these EE-slash-BT deals. As we mentioned above, EE was the worthy recipient of four stars out of five and an Expert Reviews Recommended award in our review for its class-leading performance, impressive 5G coverage and consistently high level of customer service. In fact, we declared it to still be “the best network out there if you want a fast data connection”.
The biggest downsides are that it no longer supports free EU roaming, although it’s far from alone in that respect nowadays, and it can be on the pricey side. The deals above blow the latter concern out of the water, though.
You might have noticed that we’re quite excited about these BT deals, which you can easily combine with a goodie-laden broadband contract too. Once again, just make sure you sign up sooner rather than later because they might not be around for long.
And, while you’re in a money-saving mood, why not check out our frequently updated roundup of the best SIM only deals from across the market?