BT has slashed the price of its digital TV packages with the aim of attracting new customers to the Vision service.
From Saturday 23rd July, customers will be able to view on-demand content plus Freeview TV from just £4 per month.
Customers have two new options when signing up for BT Vision: Vision Essential and Vision Unlimited.
Vision Essential, which is priced at £4 per month over a one-year contract, offers Freeview TV access, TV replay services, BBC iPlayer and a host of pay-per-view content. You also have the option of taking Sky Sports 1 (£12.30), Sky Sports 2 (£12.30) or Sky Sports 1&2 (£17.40) with this deal.
Consumers signing up for BT Vision Essential receive a free Vision+ box worth £199, which enables them to pause, rewind and record live TV, and also record up to 80 hours of content to watch at a later date. There is a one-off activation fee of £30 in addition to the standard monthly charge.
If you are looking for unlimited access to BT’s on-demand service, customers can also sign up to Vision Unlimited which has also been reduced – to just £12.50 per month. The Vision+ box is also free with the package.
If you are looking to bundle your broadband, calls and TV, BT have launched some great new offers ranging from just £4 a month for the first 3 months. Here are details of their most popular package:
TV Essential + Broadband and Anytime calls
- TV Essential features
- Up to 20Mb broadband (10GB usage allowance)
- Anytime calls
- Free BT Vision+ Box
- Free BT Home Hub
£4 per month for the first 4 months, then £20 per month
To see more packages and to take advantage of this special offer, click here.