BT boost: Broadband customers offered the ultimate upgrade from today


BT HAS just announced the launch of its ultimate new broadband package, called Halo, which brings the best speeds and a personal tech expert to your home who will help get you fully connected.

BT customers can now treat themselves to the ultimate broadband bundle.

The firm has just announced the launch of its new Halo package which includes the fastest internet speeds and in-home support via trained technicians.

These Home Tech Experts can be booked to arrive with you at a specific time seven days a week. Plus there’s a free ‘Tech Health Check’ to make sure you’re getting the best Wi-Fi connection in every room in your home.

Customers who sign up for Halo will also get BT’s latest Smart Hub with Wi-fi Controls to help families manage screen time and there’s a promise that you will always stay connected.

This is made possible by BT instantly sending out a 4G Mini Hub if the main wired connection should happen to fail.

Prices for Halo start from £57.99 per month with the promise that there will be no out of contract price rises – so your bill won’t go up when the contract ends.

Speaking about the launch, Pete Oliver, Managing Director of Marketing BT said: “We’ve designed the ultimate converged plan to meet the needs of the modern family.

“Halo really is the best of BT – it offers unlimited, reliable 5G and fibre connectivity, and a host of other great features, including dedicated tech specialists who will come to customers’ homes, aimed at taking the stress away from our customers – and allowing them to spend more time on the things they love.

“A bonus for those of us who spend needless hours trying to get to grips with home tech issues and wrestling with the connectivity in our homes.”

The news of Halo comes as BT has also committed to upgrading around 700,000 customers.

The provider confirmed the huge upgrade programme with those getting the boost being moved to Superfast Broadband at no extra cost.

This means customers who currently only get speeds of 10Mbps will soon be able to download files at over 50Mbps. That’s a pretty sizeable upgrade. Especially when you don’t have to lift a finger, or pay a penny extra.

Anyone eligible will be told of the changes via email with the upgrade expected to be completed in the coming months.


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