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Standard User adslmax
(knowledge is power) Sat 21-Jan-17 19:08:35
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Plusnet are to follow BT of broadband price rise from April 2017. 5-6% increase in broadband.
Standard User Oldjim
(knowledge is power) Sat 21-Jan-17 19:59:59
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Standard User Apprentice
(knowledge is power) Sun 22-Jan-17 07:33:10
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Taken from Money Saving Expert:-

Increases 2015

Increases 2016

PN seem to put up their prices from September but things can and do change.

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 22-Jan-17 10:50:32
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Your opinion?
Or secret mouse has whispered it into your ear?

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Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Sun 22-Jan-17 13:02:17
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Hey I know this is max and it might be drivel, but to be fair 3 times now I've posted news on here and you've got it on the front page a few days later. It happens a lot that us out here get wind of things first - so be fair smile

As I said, this is Max though tongue

Edit

Such as this..

http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/sky/f/4525840-looks...

Edited by 23Prince (Sun 22-Jan-17 13:34:46)

Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Sun 22-Jan-17 13:04:49
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Plusnet are to follow BT of broadband price rise from April 2017. 5-6% increase in broadband.


Where did you get the figure from? Just from the past? I am sure you are 100% right about the price rise as that's when BT are upping theirs and they have plenty of prep time. But the % figures?

BT Infinity is going up £2.50 a month so based on the £30 a month charge for Inf 2 it's actually 8-9% roughly?
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 22-Jan-17 18:12:53
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Nothing stopping people saying in private if they want to reveal something interesting, and sources are not revealed

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Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Sun 22-Jan-17 18:25:30
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That's true. My source was the Sky website so I guess that's ok

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Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 23-Jan-17 10:25:24
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Mine went up by £1, still not over the moon about it, but it could have been worse, the problem is where do you go that is cheaper?
you change provider, you pay the £50 connection fee that seems to be the norm these days that lock you into a long contract and then the provider you have moved to put their prices up and you lose out again. the £50 connection fee sometimes do not make it worthwhile moving.

I do think that BT may find they will lose a few people, I had a phone call yesterday from someone who have been with BT since dial up days and asked me how easy is it to move providers and which would I recommend.
i hate recommending providers, because if it do not work out, they blame me, it have happened.

The cheapest one is vodafone, but it is pretty new and i have not heard good things about them.

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Standard User 23Prince
(experienced) Mon 23-Jan-17 10:39:43
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Mine went up by £1, still not over the moon about it, but it could have been worse, the problem is where do you go that is cheaper?
you change provider, you pay the £50 connection fee that seems to be the norm these days that lock you into a long contract and then the provider you have moved to put their prices up and you lose out again. the £50 connection fee sometimes do not make it worthwhile moving.

I do think that BT may find they will lose a few people, I had a phone call yesterday from someone who have been with BT since dial up days and asked me how easy is it to move providers and which would I recommend.
i hate recommending providers, because if it do not work out, they blame me, it have happened.

The cheapest one is vodafone, but it is pretty new and i have not heard good things about them.


Well I am on £48,99 infinity 2 at the moment. If I called me and recommended a provider in the £50-60 range I would suggest AAISP. I could sleep better knowing they would be ok. Also they don't seem to put prices up so clearly they have it right. 12 month contract agreed.

I guess the £50 fee can be worth it if you get with someone like Pulse8 who as you know do no contract. NowTV is also a good choice again because of no contract - there is a £9,99 connection fee which is the cheapest I have seen. The whole package is £29,99 a month for 40/20 or £37 for 80/20

I've not seen a single good thing about Vodafone. I think them and SSE with their free offering are the worst you can get.

It's a really tough call.
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