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Wouldn't normally post anything like this, but who are folks getting the best deal off for an all in package 


I've been looking at VODAFONE fibre only with no landline 


then ditching Sky and steaming through a KOBI box or straight of the Internet or Amazon Prime etc



then adding a Vodafone SIM only plan for mobile and adding an IP phone to fibre


anyone done similar ? Got to be some cost savings rather than BT, Sky and EE ? 

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I've just re signed with BT last week.

Saving about £8pm, from last year by doing a 24month contract for Infinity1 unlimited broadband.. BT's YouView UHD Tv  total entertainment package.



Line rental will be about £18pm by paying up front for 12months.



so under a bit under £60pm

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we get rubbish mobile coverage where we are, so need the landline



have you had a look at BT deals so you can compare whats best for you


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  • 4 months later...
9 minutes ago, b20sx said:

I have bt fibre at about 32 a month including line rental and have kodi etc. I never use the landline. I'm no bt fan but the internet is good! 


Is that unlimited BB ? And what speed ?

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