Living in a rural spot, BT has never provided the broadband speed of 30mb promised. Openreach has 'no plans' to introduce FTTP in the area.
County Broadband is now running an FTTP service to our property at 300mb (same price as BT) but the question is, how to keep BT Mail without the extortionate monthly fee of £7.50
It seems that even if I keep a landline package without broadband that I lose the email addresses. Sadly, the BT Basic Free (Web only) does not even allow you to set up forwarders.
Any ideas to avoid the eye watering £7.50 monthly fee?
This morning there was an interesting program suggesting OFCOM may engage as email is now probably more of ones identity than a mobile number. Even if BT provided a free forwarding service if you had a landline package, that would be something as a gesture.