BT has revamped its range of copper and fibre broadband packages, removing download limits and traffic management for all but the cheapest package.
The move means BT customers can get unlimited broadband from from just £16 a month for 16Mbps copper broadband or £23 for 38Mbps Infinity.
BT has also announced BT Cloud, a new online storage service with a free allowance for all consumer broadband customers offering up to 50GB of storage.
Files backed up with BT Cloud can be easily accessed from smartphones, tablets and computers, in or out of the home. Customers can stream their content direct to their mobile device, regardless of whether it is an android, iPad or iPhone and share it with friends via e-mail, Facebook and Twitter.
John Petter, managing director of BT’s Consumer division, said: “We believe we have boosted our broadband offering by moving our best broadband deals to totally unlimited. Customers told us that they wanted to be able to enjoy catch-up TV, streamed films and other bandwidth-eating applications without having to worry about going over their limit or being slowed down by their ISP.”
Existing customers will be able to switch to an Unlimited package by signing a new 18 month contract.