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Standard User thomaswarne01
(newbie) Mon 18-Jul-11 00:48:04
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BT Business Broadband


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Hi there,
I currently have a bt business broadband contract, 8Mb unlimited, i signed up august last year and they have a lower price exactly the same as what we have but i want the unlimited bt openzone/fon minuites,
do you think bt would let me change the contract without paying? - except for the new price,
since i am not leaving bt i am not sure wether they would charge me for the rest of the contract.

I am thinking of ringing the business team to dicuss my options,

but any thoughts appreciated!

Cheers.
Standard User MHC
(legend) Mon 18-Jul-11 10:39:31
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Re: BT Business Broadband


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Try it and see ... you may well be successful but will have to start a new 12/18 month contract.

I have yet to finish a BT Business Broadband contact, I always seem to change the contract which terminates the original without any penalty and then initiates a new one.





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Standard User G3UZF
(member) Mon 18-Jul-11 11:57:24
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Re: BT Business Broadband


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I had BT Business Broadband (paid for by my employer), but when I retired, managed to convert it to residential incorporating the home phone line.

No charges, but took Lord knows how many calls to different people in BT to sort it.

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Standard User G3UZF
(member) Mon 18-Jul-11 12:05:16
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Re: BT Business Broadband


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Sorry, should have added that the Business Account and Residential Account were on different Contracts- may explain why there was the difficulty in combining the two.

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