BT's broadband take-up set to take off with special flights offer

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by kenward, May 11, 2004.

  1. kenward

    kenward Guest

    Just in case anyone missed this. (Can't see it here.) Who says BT
    doesn't give a flying f***?



    May 10, 2004

    BT's broadband take-up set to take off with special flights offer

    BT's broadband take-up set to take off with special flights offer
    BT is set to leave competitors grounded with its latest broadband
    offer - fantastic flight offer to the US or Europe for all new
    consumer Broadband customers.

    Customers signing up to any of the Broadband from BT family of
    consumer products in the next six weeks can get a return flight to a
    host of popular holiday destinations - Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels,
    Nice, Paris, Prague, Atlanta, Boston, New York, Philadelphia and
    Washington.

    The tickets take the form of a flight voucher which customers can
    either redeem themselves, or pass on to a friend or family member.

    But customers have got to move fast. This deal is available for a
    limited time only - from May 10 to June 20, 2004.

    Duncan Ingram, managing director, BT Openworld, said: "This is yet
    another example of BT taking the lead in the market to drive broadband
    uptake and make Broadband Britain a reality.

    "We think it is a fantastic deal for our customers and one that we
    feel will entice customers to BT instead of our competitors.

    "For anybody who may have been recently thinking about installing
    broadband in their home, now is the time. Broadband from BT is more
    than just about speed, it's about the ability to download and share
    music, videos, films, play games online with friends across the world
    and build both national and international communities. There's a world
    of possibilities out there. The flight offer is just the icing on the
    cake."

    BT's broadband products start from as little as £19.99 per month for
    the BT Broadband Basic package.

    More information is available on www.bt.com or via the dedicated
    hotline on 0800 800 060.

    For more information contact;
    Jon Carter, BT Press Office, Phone: 020 7356 4523

    Notes to Editors:

    Customers who purchase a Broadband from BT product during the offer
    period will be eligible for one return flight to specified USA &
    European destinations subject to availability.

    Offer opens May 10th, 2004 and closes at midnight on Sunday June
    20th, 2004.

    The following Broadband from BT products are eligible; BT Broadband
    Basic, BT Broadband, BT Yahoo! Broadband, BT Broadband 1Mb, BT Yahoo!
    Broadband 1Mb. Upgrades/downgrades between products are not eligible
    for the flight offer.

    Customers can fly out of the following mainland airports; Heathrow,
    Gatwick, Manchester & Stansted, and can fly to the following
    destinations; Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Nice, Barcelona, Prague,
    Atlanta, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York. Flights to the
    US are not permitted in July/August. Customers can purchase another
    flight at the discounted rate of £219/£88 (US/Europe respectively)
    return. Anyone else in the party will need to pay the full ticket
    price on the day of booking. Selected airlines may include: BMI,
    British Airways, Air France, KLM, easyJet.

    Customers must pay for airport tax, hotel accommodation, car rental,
    regional flight transfers and travel insurance. The offer is
    transferable - the voucher being given to a friend or family member.

    About BT
    BT Group plc is the listed holding company for an integrated group of
    businesses providing voice, data and video services in the UK and
    elsewhere in Europe. British Telecommunications plc, a wholly-owned
    subsidiary of BT Group, holds virtually all businesses and assets of
    the BT group.

    BT is one of Europe's leading providers of telecommunications
    services. Its principal activities include local, national and
    international telecommunications services, higher-value broadband and
    internet products and services, and IT solutions. In the UK, BT
    serves over 20 million business and residential customers with more
    than 29 million exchange lines, as well as providing network services
    to other licensed operators.

    BT consists principally of three lines of business:

    BT Retail, serving businesses and residential customers and including
    BT Openworld, one of the UK's leading ISPs.

    BT Wholesale, providing network services and solutions within the UK,
    including ADSL, conveyance, transit, bulk delivery of private
    circuits, frame relay and ISDN connections.

    BT Global Services, BT's managed services and solutions provider,
    serving multi-site organisations worldwide. Its core target market is
    the top 10,000 global multi-site organisations with European
    operations.

    There are a number of other businesses within the BT group, including
    BT Exact, an internationally renowned centre of excellence in IT and
    networking technologies. It is also BT's technology and research and
    development business.

    In the year ended 31 March 2003, BT's turnover was £18,727m. with
    profit before taxation, goodwill, exceptional items of £1,829m.
    For more information, visit www.bt.com


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    Michael Kenward Words for sale
     
    kenward, May 11, 2004
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  2. Hi Ken,

    I guess you dont read the posts I make to this group entitled "[uk-bug]
    News ... " then ;)
    How much ;)
     
    Andy M Jenkins, May 11, 2004
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  3. kenward

    kenward Guest


    No. I prefer subjects to mean something. People can then see what is
    happening.

    Something with that sort of prefix tends to get overlooked.

    How much? You couldn't afford it.

    MK






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    Michael Kenward Words for sale
     
    kenward, May 12, 2004
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