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Message 21 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

I didnt know you were able to cancel your contract due to the price rise.

 

If so, is that without penalty ?

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Message 22 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

@nickmorc

 

So if one is currently paying £10 a month on a 12 month contract, this would increase to around £12 (can leave contract anytime)?

 

I assume if you enter a contract for a set price, price hikes would void this?

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Message 23 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

The price rises apply to all customers unless you were advised at the time of starting your contract that your contract included the "new" price rise.

 

BT usually send out an email to its customers when there is a price rise and it includes the following.

 

"We want to make sure you get the best deal for you. So, if you want to change something, or even leave because of these price changes, and you're within your minimum contract period, you'll need to call us within 30 days of receiving this email to avoid paying a charge for leaving early. You'll need to give us 30 days' notice to leave (or 14 days5 if you're switching provider), starting from the date you ask us. We won't charge you the increased price during that time."

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Message 24 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.


@devera wrote:

@nickmorc

 

So if one is currently paying £10 a month on a 12 month contract, this would increase to around £12 (can leave contract anytime)?

 


 

 

No, you have 30 days to leave from the time of notification (letter/email).

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Message 25 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.


@gg30340 wrote:

 

You have not been given it. If you check your Terms and Conditions, which I'm sure you will have done before you signed up, you will see that payment has been deferred for the period of your contract after which it becomes your property. If you cancel before the term of your contract you have to hand the equipment back or you will be charged for it.

 


 


 

 

Red text is worse than caps.

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Message 26 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

IS IT? IT IS TO DIFFERENTIATE THE ANSWER FROM THE ORIGINAL TEXT>

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Message 27 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.


@gg30340 wrote:

IS IT? IT IS TO DIFFERENTIATE THE ANSWER FROM THE ORIGINAL TEXT>


 

 

I realise that. But the "Quote" button can be used more than once for similar effect and is much nicer to read.

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Message 28 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

Matter of opinion. Thanks for your input but I'll carry on doing it in red.

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Message 29 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

For info with the price rise, you can leave without penalty

 

which report

 

Good luck

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Message 30 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

I'm hoping I'm fairly well shielded from this, as I paid a year's line rental upfront, and have INF 1 and weekend calls for £10 a month.

Does anyone know whether/what they will increase my £10 by, or if they'll try to charge any extra for the line rental I've already paid?
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