I migrated from MAAF to Plusnet 18 months ago and I can still log into my MAAF account, which shows as "Madasafish Pay As You Go." I have not been charged anything since I left. A year or so after moving to Plusnet I upgraded to Plusnet Fibre, which you also could have done rather than moving to BT - I wonder how the cost would have compared, because Plusnet Value Fibre (40GB allowance) is, I believe, cheaper than BT Infinity on Market 2/3 exchanges.
Thank you. That's useful to know.
I'm actually paying £2.00 per month more with BT Infinity than I was on a discounted tarif with MAAF (for their ADSL max package with a 20GB cap), and my BT Infinity is discounted for the 1st 3 months to £7.50, so it's working out quite cheap.
I've also read that BT are looking to upgrade their networks to 80Mb next spring, although I'd question whether I'd ever need that much download speed!
I also like the fact that it's a single point of contact regardless of whether my phone line or broadband "breaks", i.e., it's all with BT.
I guess I'll do nothing at the moment and assume that MAAF provide me a refund and then don't charge me any more moving forward.
Edited by guyspy (Mon 28-Nov-11 13:35:06)