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"Free UK Anytime Calls 3 months Special Offer with a 12 month contract

This deal isn't available through our main website http://www.bt.com. Please call us to order.

Closing date extended to 28th February 2009. Available to eligible residential customers who agree to a 12 month non-renewable contract on the Unlimited Anytime Plan.

For the first 3 months, you will only pay line rental, which has a monthly cost of £10.27. From the fourth month, the full price of £5.82 per month plus line rental will apply. The total price you pay from month 4 onwards is £16.09 per month.

All of these prices apply if you pay by Direct Debit or monthly payment plan and elect for paper-free billing. Otherwise add £1.50 per month for payment processing fee levied by BT Payment Services Limited, a BT Group company, plus £1.23 without paper-free billing discount. Discount is via bill credit, which will be applied to your next or subsequent bill.

Excludes customers benefiting from some special offers or deals. Other exclusions and conditions apply.

At the end of the minimum period of 12 months you will remain on your Unlimited Anytime Plan and pay the full monthly price, currently £16.09. You must stay on the Unlimited Anytime Plan for 12 months and you may not downgrade. If you cease service during the 12 month minimum period a termination charge will apply.

BT Local, BT Working Together and BT Working Together Talk, Light User Scheme or In Contact Plus are no longer available for new supply so customers will not be able to return to these packages at the end of the 12 month minimum period."

The normal renewable 12 month contract is £4.85

This works out to £58.2 a year (excluding the price hike in april)

This offer is free for the first the 3 months then you pay the full £5.82

This offer works out to £52.38 a year (excluding the price hike in april)

A Saving of £5.82 which is small but should help

heres a link of the extract

http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/dynamicmodules/pagecontentfooter/pageContentFooterPopup.jsp?pagecontentfooter_popupid=24641&s_cid=con_FURL_calls_dealterms#UAP
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#1
On same page as link in OP

"Unlimited Evening & Weekend Plan
Unlimited UK Evening & Weekend calls at no extra cost – 12 month renewable contract deal"

If I've read it correctly, they're also offering evening and weekend calls for 12 months free providing you agree to the 12 month tie in to BT, which looks ideal for my needs.
#2
PeteYork;4304220
On same page as link in OP

"Unlimited Evening & Weekend Plan
Unlimited UK Evening & Weekend calls at no extra cost – 12 month renewable contract deal"

If I've read it correctly, they're also offering evening and weekend calls for 12 months free providing you agree to the 12 month tie in to BT, which looks ideal for my needs.


this might be better too, you get the free mobile saver
Unlimited Evening & Weekend Plan at no extra cost with inclusive Mobile Saver – 12 month renewable contract – SPECIAL DEAL
#3
Far from a deal.. this is a RIP OFF! :-(

Tying people in to more contracts instead of just offering the deal to KEEP customers :-(
This seems to be just a competitive option to counter them feeling threatened by Tiscali and their all-in one offers.

There are other ways of getting free or ULTRA low cost calls WITHOUT those tie-ins - the basic BT setup gives free weekend ones already, so it is just daytime and evening calls (plus mobile) that cost extra money anyway. OK, I accept that opting for BT all-inclusive deals is easy, and requires no extra effort when making calls, deciding who or what to use, but as a result it offers no real savings compared to just having the basic line only, and using other services than BT for most calls:-(

Full guidance on getting cheap calls is on www.moneysavingexpert.com and I won't bog things down with too much detail, as some people wont' have a clue what I am talking about, and as it is all in there, I am not going to waste time effort and space repeating it all; but companies like Call18866.com and 18185 mean you can talk very cheap, and you would have to do an astronomical amount of calling to spend over 50 quid (the cost of this BT deal) on UK calls over the year using the cheapest options!

OK this is not the biggest saving around, but you are also not tied into a contract, and that means you can change if a cheaper option does come up, or if you need to change ISP!

BUT.... [IGNORE this if you are not a very serious money-saver]:

For those keen of the very lowest ultra-cheap option, for the real bargain hunter, VOIP is the way to go - especially if you are tied down to having the PC on most of the day anyway! www.voipcheap.co.uk requires just a 10 Euro top up every 3 months for 300 minutes of free calls per week, then the 10 Euros credit is still there to use up a the end of that time to use, so a 10 Euro top up lasts me about 4 or 4.5 months on average! I suppose I have spent barely no more than say25 Euros over the past year for all the calls I make. it has the benefit of leaving the landline clear, so you can still receive incoming calls too without paying extra for caller-waiting! Cheaper than BT for making mobile calls too, but then again using a mobile phone with Asda PAYG is also pretty cheap for making calls to mobiles too, unless you need huge amounts of minutes with a bigger contract.

A PC with sound and a microphone will do or there are more fancy arrangements you can use if that is what you want.

For international calling, there is even bigger saving potential, but that's another issue!
#4
its the 0870 and 0845 calls that we paid for while we were with primus so this will help

also i think alot of people dont know is that you get 200 free texts worth around 10quid
#5
ifti;4304575
its the 0870 and 0845 calls that we paid for while we were with primus so this will help

also i think alot of people dont know is that you get 200 free texts worth around 10quid


I get 50 free texts online from BT anyway... to be honest not worth the bother for anything important, as they are not that reliable! :-(
#6
nihcaj;4304603
I get 50 free texts online from BT anyway... to be honest not worth the bother for anything important, as they are not that reliable! :-(


really, damn, have u tried it via the land line, any difference ?
#7
ifti;4304894
really, damn, have u tried it via the land line, any difference ?


No, only used them on the freebie web site beta - it is not a lot different to any number of free SMS services over the years, from Orange, O2, advertisers, all sorts of companies - they just don't seem to get delivered with the same priority that ones sent from your mobile get sent (and of course no option to get delivery report that way) - Pity as it is also a convenient way to send them, but I only tend to use them for chit chat, rather than for anything important:-(
Then again I am only paying 4p from Asda mobile, and I can send them using the PC via bluetooth for ease of sending, I don't send a great number now as I did in the past.
#8
nihcaj;4308151
No, only used them on the freebie web site beta - it is not a lot different to any number of free SMS services over the years, from Orange, O2, advertisers, all sorts of companies - they just don't seem to get delivered with the same priority that ones sent from your mobile get sent (and of course no option to get delivery report that way) - Pity as it is also a convenient way to send them, but I only tend to use them for chit chat, rather than for anything important:-(
Then again I am only paying 4p from Asda mobile, and
I can send them using the PC via bluetooth for ease of sending
, I don't send a great number now as I did in the past.

thanks for the tip above might try that/

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