Tesco has jumped aboard the unlimited broadband bandwagon with an introductory price of just £2.50 each month – that amounts to slightly less than 9p a day, but this offer is not available to any Tom, Dick or Harry, but rather, it will only be made available to Clubcard loyalty scheme customers. At point of publishing, Tesco has approximately 16 million Clubcard users who can take advantage of this unlimited broadband service. You will need to top up the £2.50 with a £13.75 monthly line rental though, where you will also benefit from free evening and weekend calls. Apart from that, those who sign up for their broadband package will also receive three times the amount of Clubcard points for every £1 spent.
This offer is available until 31 May 2012, making it the most affordable unlimited broadband deal at the moment, challenging BT in the process. Of course, price point is not the only factor that you should look into, since there are other features to take into consideration such as download allowance, connection speed and contract length.
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