I have, what I think is a valid question: why are BT billing me a Regular Charge of £63.76 for Fibre2 (with no added extras) when they are advertising Fibre2 at £31.99?
I accept that there could be the following additions to the bill :
If VAT of 20% is not included, Fibre2 then costs £38.38
If Line Rental of £20.20 is not included, the cost of Fibre2 then increases to £58.58
If line rental is subject to VAT the overall cost of Fibre2 increases by another £4.04 to £62.63.
And Fibre2 is still advertised at £31.99 per month with no mention of other charges???
£31.99 pm is what I'm paying for Fibre 2, including line rental and VAT. That includes a £8 pm discount for signing up for a new 24 month contract as a new customer, and that price gives you NO inclusive calls at all - every call is billed on a PAYG basis.
I'm not sure what extras you have, but if you are out of contract, you can probably get a discounted package if you recontract for a further period. It seems to be the way of all telecoms business now, discounts in exchange for tying yourself into a 12-18-24 month contract.
I'm sure someone will be along soon to point you in the right direction.
Do you have any extras like calls packages, Complete Wifi, Halo, etc.? These can soon bump the monthly cost up.