BT hits the triple-play button

BT this week launched a series of triple play offerings that incorporate its traditional landline voice, broadband data and IPTV. These triple play offerings come after U.K. regulator Ofcom lifted restrictions on BT in September to offer bundled service packages.

For a limited time, BT will offer its bundled packages at a discounted price. At the high-end, BT customers can bundle unlimited wireline geographic calls, up to 20 Mbps of broadband and Vision Gold Value IPTV service for $74.16 per month. During the introductory three-month period, consumers will only have to pay $55 a month.

While they would not reveal exact dates, John Petter, managing director of BT's Consumer Division said that there "will be many more bundled offers to come and customers can only benefit."

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