Heinz wrote: »
And, after you've read the Martin's regularly updated article (link above), may I recommend clicking the 'HERE' link in my signature below as a sort of down-market personal précis.
Heinz wrote: »
That was your second post but, no matter, welcome to the MSE forums!
Your BT line is the carrier for any provider's ADSL broadband so you need that (it is not a good idea to allow any other provider to take over your line rental).
Primus Saver Option 2 CPS would give you free evening and weekend UK 01/02 calls of up to 90 minutes each for no monthly fee. The Primus guy tried to steer you towards other packages simply because they're chargeable!
The cheapest ways of calling NZ and China from a BT landline are listed on the MSE International Callchecker. I think only 'pay in advance' providers use 020 gateway numbers and, as I prefer paying as I use, not before, I never even consider them for calls. I'd use one of the 0.5p/minute 0844 gateway providers (with a 1280 prefix) myself.
AFAIAA, Primus don't offer referral fees on their (free) Primus Saver Option 2 CPS package.
pete99 wrote: »
Has anyone had any experience of SKY for phones or broadband.
If you pay BT rental of £10.50, SKY gives you free evening and weekend calls and free broadband up to 2Mb.
If you want free all week calls + free international, SKY charges £5.
To me that add up to £15.50 for ALL local and national and international calls and includes free broadband.
Thats cheaper than Talk Talk, of am I missing something. (I know you need SKY TV to qualify, but most people have that already).
FL wrote: »
I rang up as someone suggested on the thread and I managed to be transferred from the old package where I paid £3 but was given £5 credit a month to the free calls option. My old package had ended.
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