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Standard User rango
(newbie) Mon 01-Jun-15 00:22:22
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BT One-Off charges


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Hello,

Quick question. When signing up to BT are you charged the one-off charges (£30 activation fee) plus your first month at the same time?

Cheers.
Standard User Kr1s69
(knowledge is power) Mon 01-Jun-15 19:49:25
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Re: BT One-Off charges


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Whilst I can't help with your query, I got an email today from topcashback.co.uk and there are some rather large cashback offers available on various packages. It's worth taking a look before going direct go bt.com

Kris

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Standard User Tazz_uk
(experienced) Mon 01-Jun-15 19:58:50
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Re: BT One-Off charges


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No at the time of checkout you just pay one off charges the monthly charges come off via direct debit or billed. Make sure you go via Quidco or Topcash

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Standard User blfamily
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 01-Jun-15 22:58:04
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Re: BT One-Off charges


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My one off fees (postage for the hh5) was added to the first bill. Whilst shopping around I saw a n ISP wanting to charge over £80 in one off charges and that's without any sweetener to get cash back or shopping vouchers.

Steve

My internet providers
BT Dial Up 56k
Nildram 2/1
Newnet 2/1
O2 17/2
Plusnet Fibre
BT Infinity 2
Standard User rango
(newbie) Thu 04-Jun-15 19:53:14
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Re: BT One-Off charges


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Thanks for the comments and the suggestion for Cashback.

You're given the choice now of paying in one go or direct debit later on.

I also used Topcashback for the first time and have £115 pending.

Fibre scheduled for June 16th.

Thanks everyone.
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