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Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Wed 24-Aug-16 12:00:57
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EE feeling affect of BT sports?


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EE announced a inflation busting price rise on some parts of its service starting in September.
Previously they just had annual price increases linked to RPI.

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Standard User hoopla
(member) Thu 25-Aug-16 22:38:47
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Re: EE feeling affect of BT sports?


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Perhaps it is the beginning of the effect of less competition in the market. We're heading towards a monopoly situation.
Standard User jchamier
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 25-Aug-16 23:17:18
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Re: EE feeling affect of BT sports?


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In reply to a post by Chrysalis:
EE announced a inflation busting price rise on some parts of its service starting in September.
Previously they just had annual price increases linked to RPI.


Perhaps its the costs of building a network with 95% land coverage, and needing a decent RoI.

Perhaps its BT trying to fund the cost of buying EE and also the cost of competing with Sky over sports rights.

Who knows.

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Standard User ukhardy07
(knowledge is power) Thu 25-Aug-16 23:48:31
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Re: EE feeling affect of BT sports?


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EE announced a inflation busting price rise on some parts of its service starting in September.
Previously they just had annual price increases linked to RPI.


None of the price rises affect me anyway. I am happier that calls to Canada have increased in price vs my monthly price increasing.

EE is in my view the best network anyway, I am happy paying £15 a month for my SIM Only with 16gb data.
Standard User brandscill
(experienced) Fri 26-Aug-16 13:09:31
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Can't find that deal anywhere.. got a link?

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Standard User ukhardy07
(knowledge is power) Fri 26-Aug-16 13:20:30
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Can't find that deal anywhere.. got a link?

End of contract retentions offer. It was going at 19.99 to new customers and I got discount applied when I asked for PAC code. It is back to 34.99 now though.
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