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Standard User trolleybus
(experienced) Sun 15-Mar-20 14:14:20
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Contracts with BT


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Currently there is a TV advert extolling me to switch to BT for "their best ever deal". It clearly states that it is subjected to a two year contract. However it makes no mention of what actually happens at the end of the 24 hour contract. Would someone please enlighten me?
Standard User trolleybus
(experienced) Sun 15-Mar-20 14:40:31
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Currently there is a TV advert extolling me to switch to BT for "their best ever deal". It clearly states that it is subjected to a two year contract. However it makes no mention of what actually happens at the end of the 24 hour contract. Would someone please enlighten me?

There is a typo in my message; the word 'hour' should be 'months'. So sorry about that.
Standard User cheshire_man
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 15-Mar-20 14:56:17
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The price - if you do nothing - goes back to their standard price for that service. Of course a bit before the 2 years you talk to them to negotiate a new deal. It works for me.

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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Sun 15-Mar-20 16:48:35
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You can edit posts for up to six hours after posting. The "strike" markup also works, to show what you've altered, if you wish to.

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Standard User broadband66
(knowledge is power) Mon 16-Mar-20 15:55:42
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What happens at the end of any contract?

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Standard User trolleybus
(experienced) Mon 16-Mar-20 16:15:58
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What happens at the end of any contract?


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Standard User broadband66
(knowledge is power) Tue 17-Mar-20 12:38:42
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?

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Standard User trolleybus
(experienced) Tue 17-Mar-20 13:10:57
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I asked a question here but have only received one sensible response. Why are you adding to daft responses?
Standard User Malwaremike
(experienced) Tue 17-Mar-20 14:05:48
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See cheshireman above. I think ISPs must now inform customers when their contract is ending. Before it does, get a few prices from other ISPs, call the retentions team and tell them that you're off unless they can match it.
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(elder) Tue 17-Mar-20 15:04:15
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