Standard fibre contract length now 18 months?

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Found 7th Aug
Morning all!

I'm still looking to switch away from bt thanks to the price rise but I've noticed all thats on offer is 18 month contracts?

Is there a reason this has changed? Is 12 months a thing of the past now?

I was looking to head to Vodafone but a nice 12 month 50mb plus deal is what I'm after really.
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I think the length of these contacts aren't worth the paper they are written on, so to speak. They raise the prices and you're entitled to leave. So don't let the 18 month contract put you off.
STRICKIBHOY1 m ago

I think the length of these contacts aren't worth the paper they are …I think the length of these contacts aren't worth the paper they are written on, so to speak. They raise the prices and you're entitled to leave. So don't let the 18 month contract put you off.


Hah yeah I suppose so.

Not really sure where to go. Virgin isn't an option due to no cables etc.

I guess I'll have a look around. Seems like nothing beats what I'm on already
Nowtv is 12 months, I ordered a week or so ago.
I stuck with BT after they offered to do my Infinity 1 for £23.99 same as Plusnet.

Working from home, I needed to keep a service that for me so far has been working reliably. Didn’t see the point in saving £2-3 for potential issues.

I can only get 30Mbps on Fibre anyway.
I'll take a look at now TV.
I'm on infinity 1 and got the increased upload but not download.

I'll have to live chat them as like you say if it's not broken.
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