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Standard User IamQ
(experienced) Mon 04-Jul-16 18:13:03
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Any chance we might see FTTC on monthly terms?


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Zen - Since BT have removed the 12 month minimum can we see any light in the shape of monthly contracts for FTTC?

I'm sure there are many people like me who for one reason or another can't/won't commit to a 12 month fixed term contract but at the same time don't really want to take the plunge with a new (untested) provider...

Any comments?
Standard User professor973
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 04-Jul-16 21:29:07
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Re: Any chance we might see FTTC on monthly terms?


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So try a tested one that does monthly!
Standard User tommy45
(knowledge is power) Mon 04-Jul-16 22:06:53
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Re: Any chance we might see FTTC on monthly terms?


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In reply to a post by IamQ:
Zen - Since BT have removed the 12 month minimum can we see any light in the shape of monthly contracts for FTTC?

I'm sure there are many people like me who for one reason or another can't/won't commit to a 12 month fixed term contract but at the same time don't really want to take the plunge with a new (untested) provider...

Any comments?
Pulse 8 do a rolling 1 mth min term on FTTC


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Standard User ukhardy07
(knowledge is power) Mon 04-Jul-16 22:15:01
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Re: Any chance we might see FTTC on monthly terms?


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I think Now TV, owned by sky, will be offering basically a re-branded sky fibre without a contract in their new bundles.

http://www.nowtv.com/broadband-and-tv
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