BT have today announced that they will be upgrading the BT Infinity package into one that is “truly unlimited”, which behind the marketing lingo means that the broadband package will no longer have any fair use policies or traffic management. Before which the BT Infinity package that allows customers to access high-speed fibre optic services, was regulated with a fair use restriction within the service’s T&Cs.

However the change in policy now means customers can use and download as much as they like with the same speed.

BT Infinity is available in two main packages, the prices for which have now been reduced. Unlimited BT Infinity 1 will set you back £23 a month with up to 38MB download speed and the second, Unlimited BT Infinity 2 is £26 a month with up to 76MB download speed.

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