Be aware once you sign a an agreement with BT that they do not advise when the contract time is concluded BUT immediately put you onto a non contract higher rate. As I have many different agreements in place I was very surprised to see that I have been paying £28 per month for the last six months on a £20 contract that had run out.
Why is it that a company that supplies the Broadband that so many of us use cannot send a simple reminder when the contract is due to expire - my insurance, health and mortgage companies do not find this difficult to do so why should my IT supplier?
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BT contracts do not actually expire. They have a minimum period, and you will be charged if you cancel early. After that, they continue in force until you decide to contact BT to terminate the contract.
BT has special offers for new subscribers and people who agree to start a new contract. These special offers are time limited, and the time linit is often the same as the minimum period.
Thinking about it, I may well have been wrong that none of the contracts expire. The line rental saver offer allows you to make a one-off payment for line rental for a year. This does not carry on or renew in any way - you just switch back to normal line rental. I'm not sure how the Unlimited Anytime Plan works.
This does not carry on or renew in any way - you just switch back to normal line rental.
You can now renew up to 27 days before expiry. If I remember rightly you will get a reminder.