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Standard User white43
(committed) Tue 10-Nov-20 09:19:41
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Re: Standard broadband recommendation?


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She is on pension credit - how does she get BT basic and broadband???

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Standard User CJT
(experienced) Tue 10-Nov-20 10:02:17
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Standard User gc1
(regular) Tue 10-Nov-20 10:03:20
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Re: Standard broadband recommendation?


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Make sure it is the guaranteed credit part of pension credit.

The refer to https://btplc.com/inclusion/ProductsAndServices/BTBa...

I think you have to phone them and they send a paper application form, they then verify with DWP etc. so it takes a few weeks.

The customer only gets the basic "BT hub 4" but that is perfectly adequate for an ADSL service.


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Standard User candlerb
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 10-Nov-20 13:07:21
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Re: Standard broadband recommendation?


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Right now you can get ADSL on Talktalk *Business* for £18+VAT = £21.60 per month (no connection fee, 12 month contract, and no price rise at end)

https://www.talktalk.co.uk/business/product/simplybb

I've not used TTB myself, but from what I've heard, their customer service is far better than TT Residential. Plus, the free static IP might help if you are doing remote management of her PC smile
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