your ability to have a line share arrangement , (line rental separate from broadband) which was very common before TT and Sky launched their own network and used MPF ( not SMPF) to connect their customers to it, doesn’t particularly help the OP, your situation isn’t the same.
Isn't it? That the whole premise of this thread. The OP states in his OP that that is what he wants to do & presumably has researched how to achieve it.
but as now explained, and you presumably already knew , I wasn’t replying to you , but the OP.
How could I possibly when you use "hosting" & FTTP in the same breath? If I had I wouldn't have needed to post to query it.
New Ofcom rules means things have changed. How long ago did your contract finish?
BT have committed to offer existing customers the same as new customer, but only for the period around contract expiry and annually around the anniversary going forward.
Just called retention's £59.99 a month. (New customers pay £49.99).
2 year contract.
You can't get the deals that are being offered to new customers, she wouldn't tell me why, just that "that's not how it works".
And I just got this in the confirmation email "Price Promise - you'll never pay more than a new customer and your bill won't go up when your contract ends." (DOH !! shoots self in foot).
If I dropped down to 150 Meg (£10 cheaper on the BT website) it would be the same price £59.99 because "it doesn't work like that" .
The mind boggles !!
I can't have 75 Meg because that's only FTTC not FTTP (OK I get that).
Read above post first..........
Now just checking my order and it says "Halo 1 with Fibre 250".
Is the Fibre 250 package/deal for new customers also "Halo 1" at £49.99
Or does adding Halo 1 to a package add another £10 on to Fibre 250 deal ?
"But there is no reason why you could not get an 80/20 contract if you wanted to go cheaper."
I think I would get a "Computer says no".
It wasn't an easy conversation with BT, no you can't do that was said a few times.