I have cancelled my BT broadband and went with another provider as they provide free broadband with thier TV service
Anyway, to the point
I recieved two emails from BT, one requesting my equipment back and another saying i need to pay for my equipment.... i have no problem sending my equipment back as i still have everything and it is all still in good working order
My problem is will i still be charged for the equipment even if i send it back?
If i will be charged the full amount for the equipment why should i send it back and not just keep it?
I assume if they are asking you to pay, then you've left within 12 months. The rule, buried in the small print, is that if you leave within that time, they will charge you for the equipment, but after 12 montsh they will write off the cost.
If you pay for the equipment, it's yours, and you don't have to return it. But you can if you want to because you have no need for it.
Whether or not you should pay depends on why you are leaving. If you are leaving because of the price rise, and you informed BT that you are leaving because of that, then you should not have to pay anything. Under BT's own T&Cs, OFCOM rules and consumer protection law, you have the right to leave without penalty. If you do that, then BT should not charge you, but could ask for their equipment back, since you're not paying for it.
Welcome to the forum. I will be able to answer your question but to understand what is going on I would need to look at your old account.
Can you please get an email off to me? Please include your old BT account details, if you don't remember these then even your telephone number will be helpful as I will be able to find the account with any of that information. Click on my username (SeanD) and you will find the 'Mods contact link' under the 'About me' section of my profile.
Basically i have left BT, so got an email saying i needed to pay for my equipment (router and bt vision box) for leaving early, then i got another email saying i needed to send my equipment back
What is the point in me paying for them and sending them back too?
I would rather just send them back
I suggest you contact Sean, as you're much more likely to get a helpful response from the mods here than any Indian call centre.
BTare relying on customers sending back their own equipment to BT, so that they can refurbish it and use it as spares to replace faulty kit. I assume enough people will do / are gullible enough to do that.