If you're not primed on Prime, Amazon Prime allows members access to exclusive discounts and product launches, and most notably, free unlimited one-day delivery. Prime bundles other Amazon services too, like Prime Video and Prime Music. The service costs £7.99/US$12.99 per month or £79/$119 annually but BT's deals make this free. See our full guide to Amazon Prime.
BT TV and broadband plans with free Amazon Prime
The Superfast Fibre Essential is the cheapest plan of the lot and starts at £37.99 per month, with a £69.99 upfront cost. This gets you an average broadband speed of 36Mbps, with access to BT Sport and up to 80 channels. Along with access to the BT Sport channels, you also get access to the BT Sport App and BoxNation (a nice perk for boxing fans). See the Superfast Fiber Essential plan at BT.
The mid-range Superfast Fibre plan offers faster average broadband speed of 50Mbps and costs £10 more than the base plan, at £47.99 per month. It does, however, have a cheaper upfront cost of £29.99. This offer also comes with 80 channels and access to Box Nation. Additionally, if you sign up now you get a £40 BT Reward Card. See the Superfast Fibre plan at BT.
BT's Superfast Fibre Essential and Superfast Fibre include up to 80 channels (Image: BT).
Superfast Fiber 2 with MAX 4K Sport is the fastest plan of the three and operates at average speeds of 67Mbps. It is also the most expensive at £64.99 per month. Though it doesn't include any upfront costs, it does include a £9.99 delivery charge. See the Superfast Fibre 2 plan at BT.
The Superfast Fibre 2 plan is best suited for those after loads of TV content. The plan offers up to 143 channels (see selection below) including 4K BT Sport access. You also get a £70 reward card incentive if you join now.
We've also rounded up the best broadband deals across all providers and have a dedicated guide on how to choose the right TV and broadband plan. Plus, check out our handy explainer on knowing which broadband speed is right for your demands.