Amazon Echo fans can currently get this award-winning device for free as BT brings back its popular tech deals.

The firm is currently offering this smart speaker at no cost when customers take out a broadband plan.

The offer is available on three of its packages which include Superfast Fibre Essential (average speeds of 36Mbps), Superfast Fibre (average speeds of 50Mbps) and Superfast Fibre 2 (average speeds of 67Mbps).

Prices for the bundles start from £31.99 per month for the Essential plan and rise to £39.99 per month for the much faster Fibre 2 service.

It’s worth noting that the Amazon Echo isn’t the only gift that is available as part of the offer.

BT is also giving customers the chance to get a pair of JBL 650 Live headphones or a Samsung Tab A as part of the promotion.

If you opt for Superfast Fibre of Fibre 2 then there’s also the offer of a free reward card worth up to £70.


All of BT’s bundles include the Stay Fast Guarantee, unlimited monthly usage a Smart Hub router and the promise of no broadband price rises in 2019.

It is worth noting, however, that you will need to sign up to an 18-month contract so make sure the deal is right for you before hitting the ‘buy’ button.

This latest deal for BT comes as Virgin Media has also cut the cost of its broadband and TV.

Virgin has just announced that it is offering the new Big Bundle for just £29 per month with saves a total of over £100 off the usual 12-month price.

The Big Bundle includes 110 channels along with average broadband speeds of 108Mbps plus there’s Talk Weekends thrown in as well.

Along with the new bundles and discount, Virgin Media is also launching a new service aimed at always keeps customers connected.

From today, users with combined ultrafast broadband and mobile bundles will receive unlimited 4G mobile data if they experience an issue that results in a loss of broadband connectivity.

The data boost will be available for seven days for all Virgin Mobile SIMs registered on a customer’s account so everyone in the home can stay online and up-to-date while an engineer fixes the problem.

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