Hi, A salesperson called to offer BT INfinity, I was advised ths would cost about 30p a month more than standard broadband, I presently pay about £39.00 a month. I was then told I couldn't be sold the package for less than £51 a month, but if I went to Wholebill it could be done for about £42 a month. I am a bit mystified by the whole thing, with pay freezes etc I have cut my outgoings, can anybody please explain whole bill. If it will increase my outgoings significantly I will just cancel, but if it is a matter of a couple of quid I am happy to proceed.
Whole Bill is where you get a quarterly bill and elect to pay it all by Direct Debit (as opposed to paying by monthly DD). This avoids the £1.50 a month payment processing fee but, as you are already paying monthly you won't be paying that anyway. I can't see how you would save £9 a month. If you do, let us all know!
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