BT Home Hub Handset 1020 - Half Price: £34.99 delivered (Quidco available @ 10%). - HotUKDeals
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The BT Hub Phone 1020 slots neatly into your BT Home Hub 1 or 1.5 in its own cradle.
You can use this to make regular calls over your BT phone line, or make the most of it with BT Broadband talk - giving you inclusive calls over the Internet using either the BT Hub Phone (included at no charge for Option 3) or by plugging in your existing touchtone home phone.

If you have a BT Home Hub 2.0, we strongly recommend you choose a BT Hub Phone 2.1 in order to benefit from the full range of features.

Connecting a BT Hub Phone 1020 to a BT Home Hub 2.0 will only enable basic call functions and the charger unit must be connected separately to the Hub.

Specifications
Address Book Memory 50+ Numbers Answering Machine No Caller Display Functionality No Handsfree No Inclusive features No SIM Card Compatible No SMS Texting No Total Number of Handsets Included 1 IP Telephony
VoIP Built-in Telephone
Type Cordless phone / VoIP phone
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#1
Still too expensive.

Plenty of brand new ones on eBay for a lot less than this.

Also not much use with a Hub2.0 as it says.

V2.1 hub phones go on eBay for around £30, so better off getting one from their if you've got a newer hub.
#2
You can also ask BT for a new one for free when renewing your broadband contract.
#3
I've got 4 of these might sell em on if they charge that much for new
#4
skintzimbo
You can also ask BT for a new one for free when renewing your broadband contract.


be very careful with that now

Ending the service

8. When you end your broadband service outside your minimum period and do not request and use a migration access code to move to another service provider, you will have to pay a cease charge of £18.51 (from 2nd December 2008). You will not have to pay this charge in the event you are moving home and we are unable to provide the service at the new address.
9. Unless we have made a change to the prices or terms and conditions that is to your material disadvantage or paragraphs 10 and 11 of the BT Total Broadband service terms apply you must pay a charge for ending BT Total Broadband within the minimum period by way of compensation to us. This charge will be equal to the total of the monthly rental charges left in the minimum period. This charge will not be subject to VAT.
10. We may also charge you up to £45 for the home hub and £150 for the mobile phone(s) we have provided to you as part of the service.


bt have changed there T&C's now so they can charge you for leaving

and i dont know if they have the same problem as the 2.0 phones but they are pretty **** to make normal landline calls on you get echoing noises through the ear piece every time you talk mine has gone straight back in the box to return if they try to charge me for my free hub & phone:x when i leave
#5
If this is the same as the handset you get with a Home Hub - I have one anyone can have for free + postage

PM me
#6
Great phone can be used for internal calls and also setup to receive landline and voip calls..:thumbsup:

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