BT serves up discount on its fiber-based Infinity bundles

BT (NYSE: BT) is upping the ante of its holiday promotional efforts by serving up discounts for customers that purchase its Infinity 1 broadband and voice service bundle plan.

Customers that sign up for their Infinity 1 plan will be able to get weekend voice for $11.63 a month, a 58 percent discount on its standard price, until Jan. 7.

The plans also offer up to 38 Mbps Internet speeds, but users have to agree to a 20 GB monthly usage cap. For another $8 a month, customers can add BT TV.

However, there are a number of fees that users have to pay to get the discounts. They also have to pay $26 a month for voice line rental, $47 activation fee for the broadband package and a $29 activation fee for the TV service.

As an added incentive, BT is offering customers a $194 Sainsbury's gift card.

The new Infinity bundle promotion is the second holiday era discount BT has used to attract more users to its broadband services. Earlier this month, service provider queued up discounts for its Totally Unlimited Broadband (ADSL2+ and Fiber to the Cabinet/BT Infinity) packages for customers who signed up by midnight on Dec. 1.

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