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Damien1
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Message 1 of 15

Priority line repair

Hi I'm wondering if a mod or someone can help me I had a phone line installed on the 16th of August we needed this line as my mother has terminal cancer and a working landline is a must as she suffers from falls etc I have seen the leaflet but it refers to something I've never heard of she is on the highest rate of Dla and ESA our doctor also advised they would charge £50 to fill in this form does anyone know if there is any way around this as we really don't have that money to spare and rely on the landline working

Any help appreciated

Thank You
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Re: Priority line repair

Unless your mother lives on her own
She cannot have priority care.
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Damien1
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Re: Priority line repair

Sorry but it doesn't state that in the leaflet it says if you or someone living with you is disabled
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Re: Priority line repair

It does say you can apply if you or someone that lives with you qualifies

http://www.bt.com/includingyou/assets/downloads/FreePriorityFaultRepair.pdf


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lines_man
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Re: Priority line repair

'our doctor also advised they would charge £50 to fill in this form'

This is the reason pretty much everyone has lost any kind of respect for the profession... 99.99% of GP's don't do the job for the good of their Patients, it's just a status symbol to them and despite their 6 figure salary they will still penny pinch every opportunity they get!

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Re: Priority line repair


@lines_man wrote:
'our doctor also advised they would charge £50 to fill in this form'

This is the reason pretty much everyone has lost any kind of respect for the profession... 99.99% of GP's don't do the job for the good of their Patients, it's just a status symbol to them and despite their 6 figure salary they will still penny pinch every opportunity they get!


Now there is a sweeping generalisation statement if ever there was one!

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Distinguished Sage
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Message 7 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

and from my experience a very untrue one
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Message 8 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

If 99.99% of GPs are not working for the good of their patients, that leaves a grand total of 4 who are. Good to know that john46 and I have blagged two of them. 

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Message 9 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

I've got the third so that only leaves one up for grabs.

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Patty-L
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Re: Priority line repair

And I've bagged the fourth. So none left.!!
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