The telecommunications giant has revealed a range of new measures designed to help consumers and the UK to cope with the chaos caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
BT said: "More than ever, it's critical for us all to be able to get up-to-date healthcare information, so all of our EE and BT mobile customers can now access the NHS online without using any of the data in their plan - even if they've run out of data completely. Calling 111 remains free for customers across the UK."
The company also announced unlimited home broadband for all.
BT shared: "We're also removing all caps on your home broadband plans so every customer has unlimited data to use whether working from home, keeping the kids connected to school or streaming the latest films."
What's more, the telecommunications firm revealed how it plans to help vulnerable customers.
BT explained: "To help our most vulnerable BT landline only customers, we're removing out-of-bundle charges for the most critical services, such as UK landline and mobile calls, and placing a £5 per month cap so they can make the essential calls they need to keep in touch, without worrying about their bill."