BT’s Full Fibre 300 is available from £44.99 per month, with a £50 reward card and £31.99 upfront for set-up & installation.

If you’re looking to upgrade your home to the latest full fibre broadband technology, BT’s Full Fibre 300 is currently available for £44.99 per month (annual price rises apply).

With an average download speed of 300Mbps, it’s more than four times faster than normal fibre broadband. You’ll also get a more reliable connection, that’s faster and more responsive.

To get BT’s latest Full Fibre 300 deal, you’ll need to be living at an address with access to BT’s full fibre network. At the time of writing, this is available in about 12.5 million UK homes. To see whether it’s available where you live, enter your postcode on BT’s website.

In this article, we’ll look at BT’s Full Fibre 300 broadband, including how it works and the benefits of upgrading. We’ll also look at the latest Full Fibre 300 deals and how you can switch your home broadband provider to BT.

Prices From: £44.99 per month
(increases on the 31st March by CPI+3.9%)
Best Offer: £50 reward card for new customers
Download Speed: 300Mbps
Upload Speed: 49Mbps
Inclusive Features:
  • Uses fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) technology for better reliability
  • Inclusive online security with Norton anti-virus & BT Web Protect
  • Smart Hub 2 router with Wi-Fi Controls to manage family screen time
Coverage: 12.5 million+ homes
(check your postcode)

What is BT Full Fibre 300?

Full fibre (also known as fibre-to-the-premises, or FTTP for short) is the next generation of home broadband technology.

By making use of a fibre optic cable that goes all the way into your home, you’ll get faster download speeds, along with a more reliable connection and a more consistent experience. That’s because it does away with the older copper technology, which causes slowdowns and can be more susceptible to interference.

Full Fibre 300 is one of BT’s mid-range full fibre plans. With an average download speed of 300Mbps, it’s more than four times faster than regular Fibre 2 broadband. This makes it perfect for busy homes with lots of connected devices (e.g. you could be streaming Ultra HD video on up to 12 devices at the same time). In addition, the improved reliability makes it perfect for working at home, and the reduced latency makes it beneficial for online gaming.

ServiceAverage SpeedContract LengthUpfront PriceMonthly Price
(may rise during contract)
Full Fibre 300
300Mbps download24 month contract£31.99£44.99/month
with £50 reward card

If you’re looking for even faster download speeds, BT also offers Full Fibre 500 (average speeds of 500Mbps for £34.99 per month) and Full Fibre 900 broadband (average speeds of 500Mbps for £59.99 per month).

To see a full list of deals available where you live, enter your postcode on BT’s website.

BT Full Fibre 300 Features

Speed Guarantee

BT’s Full Fibre 300 comes with an inclusive Stay Fast Speed Guarantee. This means the speed of the connection to your hub is guaranteed for the entire length of your plan. There’s also expert support available to improve the speeds if needed.

You’ll be shown your minimum guaranteed download speed when you order your Full Fibre 300 plan online. If the speed of the connection to your hub drops below this guaranteed minimum, you’ll be able to claim £20 back from BT. You’ll also be able to exit your contract without paying a fee. See the terms and conditions on BT’s website.

Online Security

The Full Fibre 300 plan comes with inclusive online security. As part of that, you’ll get Virus Protect, which is BT’s anti-virus software, powered by Norton. The license will allow you to use Virus Protect on up to 15 devices at the same time (including PC, Mac and Android devices). You’ll also get the Norton Password Manager, which allows you to securely store your login details in a private online vault.

BT’s Web Protect service is also included on Full Fibre 300. This will block websites that are known to be potentially harmful. There are also parental controls and Wi-Fi Controls built in to the Smart Hub 2.

Smart Hub 2 with Wi-Fi Controls

You’ll get BT’s Smart Hub 2 router on Full Fibre 300. This will produce a Wi-Fi network for other devices in your home to connect to. It also has four built-in Gigabit Ethernet sockets, allowing you to connect wired devices to your home network.

One of the benefits of the Smart Hub 2 is the built-in Wi-Fi Controls, allowing you to easily manage your home network using the My BT app. For instance, you’ll be able to pause your home Wi-Fi network, either for individual devices, for a group of devices, or for everyone at the same time. This means, for instance, you can switch off the internet during mealtimes or after bedtime to manage your family’s screen time.

TV & WiFi Add-Ons

The following add-ons are available for Full Fibre 300:

  • EE TV: For a flexible television service that works with your full fibre connection, you can add EE TV to Full Fibre 300. There are a range of different TV packages available, with access to content such as NOW Entertainment, Netflix, Discovery+, TNT Sports, Sky Sports, and more. You’ll be able to stream all of your live TV and on-demand content using WiFi so there’s no need for an aerial or dish.
  • Complete Wi-Fi: This add-on gives you a guaranteed Wi-Fi signal in every room of your home. It does this using a Complete Wi-Fi Disc that boosts the signal from your Hub. If needed, up to two more Wi-Fi Discs are also available from BT. The Complete Wi-Fi service uses mesh technology to give you a seamless whole home Wi-Fi network. This is backed by a £100 money-back guarantee.
  • Hybrid Connect: This will add a 4G broadband connection, to be used as backup in case there’s ever a fault with your fibre connection. The switchover between full fibre and 4G happens seamlessly at the hub so all of your devices will remain connected to the internet without you needing to lift a finger. The backup connection is provided by EE’s 4G network.

Switching to BT

If you’re currently using another broadband provider, it’s easy switching your service to BT.

Start by ordering your new Full Fibre 300 broadband plan online. If it’s your first time getting full fibre (FTTP) broadband in your home, an engineer visit will be scheduled to install the service.

In most cases, once you’ve ordered your new plan from BT, they’ll automatically contact your old provider to cancel the old service. However, if you’re a customer of Virgin Media or another provider that doesn’t use the Openreach network, you’ll need to contact them separately to cancel.

For step-by-step instructions on how to switch to BT Broadband, please select your current broadband provider from the drop-down menu below:

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For more information about Full Fibre 300 and the latest deals available, please see BT’s official website.

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