Virgin Media and BT have both announced new deals which not only cut the cost of their broadband and TV bundles, but also bring a year of free access to Amazon Prime.
If you’re unfamiliar with Amazon Prime, the yearly subscription service lets you stream thousands of Hollywood movies and original TV box sets, as well as get unlimited one-day delivery on Prime eligible items, borrow Kindle eBooks, read magazines for free, and back-up your photo library with unlimited cloud storage for images.
The Virgin Media and BT deals mean customers can take advantage of all of this for free – saving them £79 a year. You’ll also get access to two million songs to stream without any annoying adverts getting in the way.
Both Internet Service Providers have a range of options available with the deal, so there’s no need to compromise on speeds to get the free Prime membership.
Virgin offering free Amazon Prime its Big Bundle + Drama Pick for £38 per month. This package includes 150 channels, broadband speeds of 108Mbps and that 12-month subscription to Prime.
Virgin says this deal saves £120 and is available to new customers. • FIND THE DEAL HERE
And if it’s just broadband you want then BT’s deals are also offering a discount as well as that free Prime membership. Here’s each deal and what is included:
Superfast Fibre Essential • £27.99 – saving £2 • FIND THE DEAL HERE
Includes average speeds of 36Mbps plus unlimited downloads and BT’s Stay Fast Guarantee.
Superfast Fibre • £32.99 – saving £3 • FIND THE DEAL HERE
Includes average speeds of 50Mbps plus unlimited downloads and BT’s Stay Fast Guarantee.
Superfast Fibre 2 • £39.99 • FIND THE DEAL HERE
Includes average speeds • 67Mbps plus unlimited downloads and BT’s Stay Fast Guarantee.
Ultrafast Fibre Essential • £39.99 • FIND THE DEAL HERE
Includes average speeds of 145Mbps plus unlimited downloads and BT’s Stay Fast Guarantee.
Along with offering this new Prime deal, there’s more good news for BT customers.
The telecoms company says that it is boosting speeds for around 700,000 customers. Find out if you’re eligible for a free BT broadband speed boost in our handy guide.
After the free speed boost, BT says customers will be able to download a blockbuster in around 10 minutes, rather around 50 minutes using the older, much slower connection.
Along with improving connectivity, the telecoms firm is also boasting that it will begin answering all calls in the UK only and it will even attempt to route customers to a local representative.
BT is also allowing customers to get access to EE 5G, even if they’re not an EE customer.
It comes as part of a rebranding of more than 600 EE stores as joint BT-EE shops.
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