It is still best to ask for a MAC, even if Sky do not require it. Also check the BT Terms & Conditions to see whether the issue of a MAC starts your notice period, whatever that is.
When requesting a MAC, do not mention the words "Cancel" or "Cease", as these may be taken literally and a Broadband Cease
order put on your line by BT
. That would screw you up. If you can request it online that is safest. If by telephone say you are intending to migrate it, and I always refuse to say which ISP I am moving to - you have no obligation to tell them.
The reason I recommend asking for a MAC is that it shows you are complying with the Openreach migration system. Some people migrating to full LLU as you will be doing find they later receive a charge of around £29.99 from the old ISP, for the Broadband Cease
that is part of the move and is triggered by the LLU provider's order. You/they should not be charged this, but having requesting and received a MAC is useful evidence in your favour if you do.
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