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Message 41 of 256

Re: Price Rise 2016?

It would seem my wish came true. Price rises due to take effect in July. Second time in less than a year.

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Message 42 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.


@StewM wrote:

Here you go. check your price increase

 

 

Stew


Thanks for the link. Looks like my Unlimited BT Infinity 1 + Calls package only increases by £1 so not too bad since it's already discounted.

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Message 43 of 256

Re: Price Rise 2016?

That news made my day also , I'll be doing the same.
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Message 44 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

Are you able to cancel just a part of the service if you wanted too, without penalty ?

 

For example, if you wanted to remove anytime calls or the Tv Package.

 

Many Thanks

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Message 45 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.


@nickmorc wrote:

Are you able to cancel just a part of the service if you wanted too, without penalty ?

 

For example, if you wanted to remove anytime calls or the Tv Package.

 

Many Thanks


I would imagine that as BT Broadband , BT Sport and BT TV have their own terms and conditions that you could be justified in cancelling them alone. However as they may have dependencies on each other (ie you need broadand for the BT TV box services  etc) or you may be receiving one service at a discounted price  (even free ) because you have another service (so cancelling one could trigger the loss of the discount on the other).  To the best of my knowledge and looking at BT tariff guides BtT appears to have both BT Broadband with call packages and Bt broadband with seperate call bundles that call be added on so whether you can cease your anytime calls and retain your existing broadband package may depend on what deal you took with BT.

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Message 46 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

I called this morning and was given the ok to leave penalty free within the next 30 days.

 

There was no effort to keep me so have signed up to Sky Broadband. Should also add I have BT Mobile too and was told I can keep that going till the end of that contract in December.

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Message 47 of 256
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Confused by some of the July 3rd information

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Message 48 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

Can someone give me the customer options number 0800 800 ????!



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Message 49 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

Stuart 0800 800 030

 

Stew

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Message 50 of 256

Re: ANOTHER above inflation price increase from BT.

Thank you. Phoned got a really good keep me deal so stayed



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