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    • MSE Sally
    • By MSE Sally 24th Aug 15, 2:17 PM
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    Haggle with BT - our new guide
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    • 24th Aug 15, 2:17 PM
    Haggle with BT - our new guide 24th Aug 15 at 2:17 PM


    Hi all, we have new BT Haggling guide, and we'd love to hear your feedback.

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    • neilsedaka
    • By neilsedaka 5th May 17, 11:40 AM
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    Does your £25.99 deal include any free landline phone calls?
    • Rosie 321
    • By Rosie 321 10th Oct 17, 8:27 AM
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    Rosie 321
    Long story short, having got only £4/month off with haggling with BT, switched and phoned BT to ask about old btinternet.com email and was told if only I'd used 0800 587 7218 for renewals I'd have got a better deal. So said try me, within cool off period, and got line rental, evening and w/e calls and broadband for £19.99 month and BT will back date it to mid September when my previous contract was due to be renewed so in credit for line rental paid in advance for in August and September bills... which made it worth more than switching since I'd been silly enough to somehow miss renewal date. If I'd switched I'd be paying the same for 12 months starting from now, so cheaper to get credit with BT. But next year...
    • Ian011
    • By Ian011 10th Oct 17, 10:01 AM
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    With BT's inclusive Evening and Weekend deals, you will be paying more than £7 per hour for weekday, daytime calls. Contrast with £8 per month for Unlimited Anytime calls.

    Additionally, BT remains the only major landline provider to NOT offer inclusive calls to mobile numbers. This cannot last for much longer. Ofcom cut wholesale rates to make this possible.
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