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Will BT increase prices soon?

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Wondering if there's been any talks of this? If so, I'll be able to cancel my contract with them if they do and join Sky. Thanks Read More
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3w, 2d agoPosted 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Wondering if there's been any talks of this? If so, I'll be able to cancel my contract with them if they do and join Sky.

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3w, 2d agoPosted 3 weeks, 2 days ago
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#1
They just done one in Jan Feb time
#2
How often do they increase?
#3
As stated, they've already done it for this year.
#4
hvc123xo
As stated, they've already done it for this year.


But it IS BT...
#5
bobbyarbogast
hvc123xo
As stated, they've already done it for this year.


But it IS BT...


Yes!
#6
superfreddy
How often do they increase?

Normally once a year. As above, it happened in Jan, so not likely to happen again this year...
#7
if the price is increased during a fixed contract you have 30 days to be able to leave penalty free.

Within 30 days of being notified of the price increase, contact your provider by phone, letter, or email and tell them you want to cancel. Sales people might try and get you to stay - which can be useful if they offer you a genuinely better deal, but stick to your guns if you know you definitely want to leave. Remember that you can probably get aneven betterdeal with an introductory offer from a different provider.

Quote the price increase as your reason for leaving, and ensure that you won't get penalised for doing so. Then get a confirmation date for when the final payment will be taken.

Information from here
#8
What's the penalty going to be leaving and any savings made by joining sky
#9
Allowed to leave if they do within 30 days BUT doesn't apply to mobile contracts for some reason
#10
monkey1999
Allowed to leave if they do within 30 days BUT doesn't apply to mobile contracts for some reason
Maybe because their mobile prices haven't increased in years, otherwise people would make a profit on handsets, during the last price rise, customers who left due to the broadband prise rise, still kept the discount on the mobile.

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