BT is offering free flights to Europe and the US to customers who sign up for one of its broadband packages.
Customers taking out new subscriptions to Broadband Basic, BT Broadband, BT Yahoo Broadband, BT Broadband 1Mb and BT Yahoo Broadband 1Mb in the next six weeks can get a return flight to a number of destinations in Europe and the US.
The offer is only open to new BT broadband customers. Upgrading or downgrading from other BT products does not make existing customers eligible.
The offer carries a 'subject to availability' clause, and customers cannot book flights to the US in July or August.
BT has linked up with easyJet, BMI, British Airways and Air France and has included popular European holiday destinations such as Barcelona and Paris, as well as Washington and Philadelphia.
The tickets will be given as vouchers which are transferable, but travellers are liable for all airport taxes and any other expenses.
Customers can purchase an additional return flight at a discounted rate of £219 for travel to the US, and £88 in Europe.
Duncan Ingram, managing director at BT Openworld, said in a statement: "This is yet another example of BT taking the lead in the market to drive broadband uptake and make Broadband Britain a reality.
"For anybody who may have been thinking about installing broadband in their home, now is the time. The flight offer is just the icing on the cake."
This deal runs from 10 May to 20 June 2004. More information is available on the BT website here.
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