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BT price increase

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We took advantage of one of the BT TV and broadband deals in January, just before the announcement of the price increases. The deal we signed up to was for £41 a month for 12 months, including BT sport and infinity fibre broadband.

Does this mean we would be hit by the increases, even though the contract we have signed up to is for 12 months??

I have read you can get out of any contracts within 30 days due to them changing the prices.

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  • edited 29 January 2017 at 10:31AM
    JJ_EganJJ_Egan Forumite
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    edited 29 January 2017 at 10:31AM
    Yes to increase see your T&C .
    >>ΔWe may change any prices and terms during your contract. If this affects you, we'll tell you about important changes in advance, and you'll be able to end your contract without any fees.


    I have read you can get out of any contracts within 30 days due to them changing the prices.
    >>Yes via the number on the price increase letter .
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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] PPR Forumite
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    Of course just because you can doesn't mean you should if you're happy with the deal you're on. You might be able to get credit for the increase if you ask but you'd need to be serious about leaving as they might call your bluff.
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