Win a BT entertainment package worth £1,000

 

This competition is now closed.

The Independent has teamed up with BT to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a complete TV and broadband package worth £1,000 including a year’s subscription.

The prize includes a complete package worth over £1,000 including a year’s BT TV Essential ad BT Infinity subscription with free BT Wi-Fi and a YouView box. Along with this you’ll win a BT Home Hub 5, a BT twin phone and a BT WiFi Home Hotspot Kit.

Our award winning YouView box lets you pause and record live TV giving you access to up to 70 Freeview TV and radio channels plus BT Sport.

We have one BT entertainment package to give away, simply enter your details below to be in with a chance of winning.

Terms and conditions: There is one BT entertainment package worth £1,000 to be won. The winner will need a BT landline (£15.99 a month payable by Direct Debit on a 12 month minimum term).

The promotion closes at midnight on 24 January 2014. Winners will be selected at random after the closing date and will be contacted by email on (29 January 2014). There is no cash alternative available. Entrants must be 18 or over. Open to UK residents only excluding Northern Ireland. When you respond, Independent Print Ltd may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT. Only one online entry per person. Usual Promotion Rules apply, see independent.co.uk/rules. The winner will need a BT landline (£15.99 a month payable by Direct Debit on a 12 month minimum term). Promoter: Independent Print Ltd. BT TV is solely responsible for the prize(s). Winners should contact BT TV with any issues over fulfilment.

The prize consists of a 12 month subscription to BT Infinity and BT TV Essential, TV Entertainment and BT Film and BT Box sets bolt ons with a YourView box, a BT Home Hub 5, a BT 6500 twin phone and a Home Hotspot kit:

BT Infinity: Not all lines in fibre enabled areas can support the fibre service. Visit www.bt.com/infinity to see if your line can. You’ll get a Home Hub 5. The winner will need a BT landline (£15.99 a month payable by Direct Debit on a 12 month minimum term) or similar non-cable line and a minimum line speed and computer specification. Subject to availability and survey. Terms apply.

BT TV Essential: The winner will get a YouView box (unless you are taking Sky Sports). Availability of digital channels and quality of content depends on local transmitter and suitable rooftop aerial (www.freeview.co.uk/availability). ITV HD not available in N.Ireland or Scotland. We’ll charge you for on demand content and box office films not included in any bolt-on(s) you add. All bolt-ons available on a one month minimum term. HD on demand requires suitable HDMI cable, a HD ready TV and 5Mbps minimum line speed for streaming. Subject to availability. Terms apply.

BT Sport: UK residential broadband customers only. BT broadband customers can watch BT Sport online at home with a minimum line speed of 400kbps.  To watch BT Sport online elsewhere you need 3G/4G/wifi (charges may apply). To watch BT Sport at btsport.com you need Microsoft Silverlight. The BT Sport App works on iPhone (3GS and above), iPad (iOS 5.1.1 and above) & selected Android devices with OS 4.1. Max. 2 devices simultaneously. BT Sport is available on BT TV with Infinity for new and existing broadband customers who sign up for 12 months or have 12 months remaining on their contract; ongoing renewal needed to get discounted BT Sport. Sport on BT TV requires compatible box - fee £49-£299 may apply. Excludes Multiscreen. e-billing required.  Terms apply. Major League Baseball not available online. Please check bt.com/sport for details.

If the winner does not live in an Infinity-enabled area or they don’t have or want to take out a BT landline, they may nominate a family member or friend to receive their BT Infinity and BT TV subscription  instead within 14 days of being notified that they have won.

The winner or their nominated family member or friend will be bound by BT’s standard terms and conditions for BT Infinity and BT TV.

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