I joined BT back in September. I was informed that I would be receivng a £100 amazon voucher for doing so. I also signed up for International freedom to make calls abroad. In my first bill I was overcharged by £62.40 for international calls, this was then credited back to my account. My next bill came in and there was a further £52.83 in charges, £46.94 of which should be covered under the internatioanl calls. I have been told that I don't understand how the billing works. For me it is quite simple:
So before I go anyfuther I just want to clarify that I am a very experienced excel user and can calculate the bills very quickly by extracting and reformating the file. I was told there was only £2.10 of calls which were classed as International calls. My excel book, which I sent to the member of staff as an attachment said £46.94 and the member of staff told me " Colm please check your Bill propely , you will understand". My worry is that now my next bill is estimated at £45 for calls only bringing my total to £83 for somthing whcih should be little more than £38.
Can someone please help me resolve or advise me on how to cancel my contract due to the above issues.
thanks in advance
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Hi @Colmmc1981 and welcome.
It sounds like you've had a few problems getting this sorted, I'm sorry you haven't been given the correct information. Can you please drop me over an email with your details? You'll get the contact the moderators link in my profile.