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Thanks for the replies guys... I hadn't atually realised that any other organisation had their own independant network... other than the cable providers of course... and then I realised we were talking about Hull!
Perhaps I should have done a bit of 'Googling' first! 😉
Thank you. Phoned got a really good keep me deal so stayed
Any chance you could tell us what you were offered... or do you think they know who you are? 😉
What do you mean by that comment? If it is that you think because stuartrogerson is a member of this forum that he will get a better deal than anybody else rest assured that it will have had absolutely no impact on BT. The forum members, no matter what their status on the forum get no "deals" or "preferential" treatment what so ever. They are all just customers like everybody else.
For Pete's sake. lighten up a bit... I did put a 'wink' afterwards, and I do realise that we are all 'in the same boat' so to speak!
So we can ring and move now ?
Is it is as easy as saying you don't accept the increased charges and does this get you out of everything tv , phone and broadband ?
I only have three months left of my current contract but will use this to move earlier.
@davidmridge61 last TV rise was June 2015. This year's is June too. Before that they were in September for quite a few years - the Sep 2014 + June 2015 were just under the 10% allowed in the contract, I think.
There was a a TV rise in September 2015 and the current BT tariff guide shows some package price rises that became effective on 16th April 2016. I 'm not aware of any 10% allowed increase in the contract. - I suspect that is a myth. Another myth is that price rises only occur once a year
Infinity 1 for £18 ? It's advertised at £10.99 for new customers.