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Standard User ian72
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Fri 27-Nov-20 12:54:05
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Re: Leaving BT but who to go to?


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Looks like 80/20 is now £24 per month for 12 months (including anytime calls) and out of contract price is £35 per month (not including anytime calls, that is £8 extra if still required).
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 27-Nov-20 13:08:11
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Re: Leaving BT but who to go to?


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On NOWTV?

Unless you had both Sky Movies and Entertainment don't see how price could be that.

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Standard User Malwaremike
(experienced) Fri 27-Nov-20 15:22:04
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Re: Leaving BT but who to go to?


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Can't remember now but it was at least 35% more expensive. As so often said, suppliers from insurance to BB try it on every renewal in the hope that customers won't notice.


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Standard User CJT
(experienced) Fri 27-Nov-20 17:05:32
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Re: Leaving BT but who to go to?


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On BT Mr S.

Have been with them for a while.

Now TV were before them.

CJT.

On BT Broadband up to 80 Mbps...

But NOT for much longer!

Previously on NOW TV Broadband up to 38 Mbps
Standard User CJT
(experienced) Fri 27-Nov-20 17:06:04
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Re: Leaving BT but who to go to?


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In reply to a post by ian72:
Looks like 80/20 is now £24 per month for 12 months (including anytime calls) and out of contract price is £35 per month (not including anytime calls, that is £8 extra if still required).


For what sorry?

CJT.

On BT Broadband up to 80 Mbps...

But NOT for much longer!

Previously on NOW TV Broadband up to 38 Mbps
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 27-Nov-20 23:26:37
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Re: Leaving BT but who to go to?


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The 80/20 NOW TV is £35/m standard price and a further £8/m if you retain the Anytime Calls bundle

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Standard User CJT
(experienced) Wed 23-Dec-20 12:40:26
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Just a VERY quick update.

Having moved from BT to Pulse8 Broadband they worked very hard to fix the incoming calls issue that BT seemed unable to resolve, and as of today I have a fully working landline and FTTC service.

Their CS has been fantastic!

(at time of writing post - Must update SIG)

CJT.

On BT Broadband up to 80 Mbps...

But NOT for much longer!

Previously on NOW TV Broadband up to 38 Mbps
Standard User jaydub
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 23-Dec-20 23:33:38
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Great news, CJT. Thanks for the update.
Standard User CJT
(experienced) Thu 31-Dec-20 15:23:32
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Just a pre 2021 update.

Everything fine with Pulse8, however the Saga of BT didn't quite end.

Turns out that for somereason they never cancelled my account. Luckily it was in credit, so I haven't been charge, but WHAT a palava to sort that!

CJT.

On Pluse8 Broadband up to 80 Mbps...

Previously on NOW TV Broadband up to 38 Mbps, then BT Broadband up to 80Mbps.
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