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Joining BT

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Hi,

im currently with Sky broadband and received an email about price increases which states that I can leaves skypenalty free within 30 days if I’m not happy with price increase. I’ve looked on the BT website and I can l get a good deal on Bt packages. However if I sign up to BT as a new customer, will I be subject to BT  price rises of 14% which come into force on 31st March? 

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If you move to BT after 1st March then prices have already been changed and the increase due 31st march 2023 will not apply



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Thanks for the response. I have now ordered BT broadband and the digital voice package and have requested that I keep my current landline phone number ( phone number is 30 years old and was originally issued by BT-it was transferred to sky talk when I joined them in 2020). I’ve done a lot of online reading that when it comes to transferring landline numbers on digital voice it’s not a straight forward process. Am I likely to lose my current landline number even though I’ve requested to keep it?

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@Charlie7 

There should not normally be an issue transferring your number, provided its still active.

If a number has been inactive for more than 30 days, then its not possible to transfer it to BT Digital Voice.

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