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Spotted this & thought it was worth putting on here. - You can get a BT line installed for free untill 30th September. This is a massive saving as usually it would set you back £122.50.
This applies to new lines, reconnections or even having second lines fitted and isn't dependant on already having a master socket.
The only catch is, you have to sign to an 18 month contract, rather than the usual 12, and you'll need to make at least ten calls per month but these can be inclusive calls if you get a BT package & line rental from only £11.25pr month.

This isn't available online : to get it you need to ring 0800 800 150, lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 9pm, Saturday 8am to 8pm, Sunday 9am to 6pm. When you call, ask for the 'New line free connection offer'.
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#1
Booked mine yesterday :) Will be active tomorrow :)
#2
good offer:thumbsup:
#3
Cheers OP - moving house in less than a month this will come in handy!
#4
WOAH!
Never mind the offer!
Where did ya find that pic of busby lol :):)
I was a member of the busby club as a kid.
Anyone else remember it?
#5
magough
WOAH!
Never mind the offer!
Where did ya find that pic of busby lol :):)
I was a member of the busby club as a kid.
Anyone else remember it?


I was going to say exactly the same thing, made me smile :-D
#6
does this apply if the line is going into a business address,

i.e. small retail shop,
#7
Do you have to pay for another line rental if you have a 2nd line installed ?
Cheers
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patti
Do you have to pay for another line rental if you have a 2nd line installed ?
Cheers


Yes, you have to pay line rental for each separate line..unless they throw in a deal, but with a free line, I'd doubt it! Can't hurt to ask! :whistling:
#9
wow great deal, i no someone who needs a new line.
Heat added.
#10
I too was a member of the busby club. I went to a BT exchange and had my photo took, fond memories. Think I have to photo too in my collection.
#11
Not hot for me becuase of the 18 month contract. I can see why others like it though.
#12
What is their cheapest monthly line rental though - that is the killer?
#13
This is a good deal but if your planning on getting sky they set up your line for £25 and then the line rental with tem is only £10... only 12 month contract.. And you are not required to make a minimum amount of calls .
#14
It says you must make at least 10 calls per month, what happens if you don't?
#15
jamesdew
It says you must make at least 10 calls per month, what happens if you don't?


Lol just phone BT 10 times (make sure they are inclusive calls tho!) :thumbsup::-D
#16
jamesdew
It says you must make at least 10 calls per month, what happens if you don't?


Having dealt with BT in the past (and now longer having anything to do with them), I would imagine they will come round and do bad things to your kin.
#17
re post as was here last month but heat none the less!
#18
Thanks chesham.
#19
If you don't make the chargeable calls, you have an additional charge (I think 6 odd quid) but who doesn't make 3 calls a week? Check online and if you're not near the limit, make a couple of calls to your office voicemail or something.

The 18 month contract is transferable between premises so ok if you move but if you need a new line when you do move a connection charge will be payable at that point.

I went for this last week as my isp of choice requires a BT line and I can't see myself switching to Sky or Virgin for phone as I've had both in the past and didn't enjoy so would need a BT line wherever I went. For me, BT are the most useful (nb - for ME) of a bad bunch so not fussed about being tied to them.
#20
HankScorpio


I went for this last week as my isp of choice requires a BT line


Which ISP did you go for fella?
banned#21
hmm not sure about this, think ill...


phone a friend.
#22
Almost considered this for a second line but am using voip quite heavilly so cant really justify it.
#23
Thanks,
I signed up too! But want to double check the bit about the 10 calls is it 10 calls which I have to be charged money or can it be 10 calls which are free to me because I get free calls in the evening?

Thanks for the help!
#24
jamesdew
It says you must make at least 10 calls per month, what happens if you don't?


You go to the bad fire :whistling:
#25
I would suggest you read the thread @ MSE here http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1640845 first as this has been an ongoing offer (that you may or may not get) since April of this year. In fact it appears it even got to the point where a BT rep had to get involved and make posts. It's not at all clear cut that you'll get this offer as there are too many posts saying people are having problems and not enough posts saying people have had success.
#26
I dont understand, whats a point to go for another bill, if u are on cable or dsl (have a broadband at home or at work), then best and the cheapest option is VOIP, I got one myself, I dont pay any bills at all, no contracts, all is done over my brodband link, ther is no computer needed, I pay 70 pounds for instalation ( did get a special router with WiFi, build in Qos, and sockets for standart landline telefon to conect it to it) and I will have my numer even if I will move to any other country on the world or pleace within UK, I get more then 20 hours free call a monthly to UK landline and so many other countrys ( even mobiles to some countrys (USA etc.), all I have to do (dont have to but can do to get my free minutes ) is top up 10 pounds every 4 months to get my free minutes and I can use this 10 pounds to make a calls to mobiles etc. If u can do it one uself thats good, if not there is so many VOIP service instalation companys over a country ( I did get main from [url]www.fullphone.co.uk[/url] - in total paid 70 pounds for a special box) and I am so happy about it, and if I dont want my number any more is so easy to change it for any other national ( so u can have for example London landline number in Liverpool and the best bit u dont pay for it ) or international one
banned#27
BEWARE BT.... voted WORST company for customer service in UK....:x
#28
I have posted a reply (twice) that keeps getting deleted - why?
#29
This offer has been around for some time....

I saw this 3 weeks ago when i needed a new line in a new build..

The 18 month contract was the reason i did not use this deal.

Reason... Went for Sky Talk and Broadband which works out cheaper in the long run..

Ps.. you still have to pay the £122.50 on the 12 month contract..
#30
The offer has been around for some time, actually since April but BT tend to keep quiet about these offers so not many people know & just pay the £122.50 fee.

Original offer, extended until 30 September : http://www.serviceview.bt.com/list/public/current/Notice09_boo/2-FrameworkImpl337855.htm
#31
Please excuse the gumbo question, but does this service include the physical installation of the wall socket?

Also, approximately how many days after you order it do they do the installation?

Many thanks
#32
Bt are the worst company after British gas in the world . Early last year my wife was in hospital for 2 months , i had to take that time off work , in those 2 months because i was running around like a demented idiot looking after 2 kids and making sure my wife was basically still breathing , none of my bills got paid , i phoned every company up and explained what the problem was and that the bills would be paid as soon as possible, no problem whatsoever , BT cut my phone off with in 5 hours , believe me i remember it well , 5 hours . I had to use my mobile which thankfully is works paid to keep in touch with the hospital until the virgin line was put in , I have the bill for my mobile that lists the 31 calls i made to Bt trying to get them to turn the phone on to incoming calls until the bill was paid which they refused to do until i cleared the bill , the bill was for £92 for the quarter , id never missed a payment before in the 6 years we were with them.

Ok the fact i didnt pay the bill on time or have the money when i got around to sorting things out wasn't their fault , they could have had a little customer care and given me the leaway. Even if every other company went bust id never touch them again , id rather stand on a hill and send smoke signals.
#33
michcollins
I too was a member of the busby club. I went to a BT exchange and had my photo took, fond memories. Think I have to photo too in my collection.


Woah!
Cmon, dig it out :)
#34
HankScorpio
If you don't make the chargeable calls, you have an additional charge (I think 6 odd quid) but who doesn't make 3 calls a week?


ME! I have a mobile phone to make phone calls don't ever use the landline. i only installed it for the broadband. Nothing happened to me although I haven't made any calls, (no extra charges)
#35
mess0804
ME! I have a mobile phone to make phone calls don't ever use the landline. i only installed it for the broadband. Nothing happened to me although I haven't made any calls, (no extra charges)


+1.
Dont use house phone for making calls, just use my 1600 inclusive minutes on my moby :thumbsup:
Only use house line for internet
#36
Im moving into a house on the 1st of september. The people that live in the house currently use BT. They are taking their 'account' to their new house. So I will have all the sockets etc already there, but will I need to pay £122.50 to start my account?
#37
if this works it is RED HOT

the bt installation fee is one of the biggest rip offs out there!
#38
magough
+1.
Dont use house phone for making calls, just use my 1600 inclusive minutes on my moby :thumbsup:
Only use house line for internet


+2
Think ive used my line for actual phone calls 4 times in 6 months
#39
chipstick
Im moving into a house on the 1st of september. The people that live in the house currently use BT. They are taking their 'account' to their new house. So I will have all the sockets etc already there, but will I need to pay £122.50 to start my account?


The £122.50 is for installation, connection and activation of new lines to the exchange (usually) so because the previous occupier already has a BT line, you shouldn't have to pay the £122.50.
#40
chipstick
Im moving into a house on the 1st of september. The people that live in the house currently use BT. They are taking their 'account' to their new house. So I will have all the sockets etc already there, but will I need to pay £122.50 to start my account?


No :)

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