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To link up with BT broadband, most customers can use BT’s traditional copper wire phone lines, which allow for speeds of up to 17Mbps and download allowances that start at 10GB (up to unlimited).
BT’s trademark BT Infinity uses fibre optic cables to provide broadband speeds of either 38Mbps or 76Mbps, with between 20GB and unlimited download allowances. This is not as widely available as the traditional phone line service; eligibility is subject to area. It is best to check BT’s website to see if you can access fibre optic cables.
BT’s Smart Hub is the latest advancement in their broadband technology. As the UK’s most powerful Wi-Fi signal provider, the Smart Hub can provide excellent signal strength in more places around the house than its competitors.
BT broadband deals are available as independent bundles.
BT TV is a digital television service. It is powered by the trademark YouView set-top box, which uses a combination of TV aerial and BT phone line to allow customers access to every single free-to-air channel in the UK, with the option of added subscriptions and pay-per-view extras. These are dependent on which bundle deal you buy.
The YouView set-top box lets customers pause and rewind live TV and record up to two channels at a time. It also gives you access to the best in on-demand streaming of films, TV series and music videos.
BT TV is not available as a stand-alone product, and must be purchased as part of a bundle with a BT phone line.
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