Lloyds Pharmacy Delivery Charges - ECHO service unsuitable for Blister Packs - Alternative solution

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Lloyds Pharmacy are now starting to charge for their Pharmacy delivery service, and asking everyone to move over to their ECHO online service. The only problem is if you are someone who has their prescription delivered in a blister pack (pre-portioned medicine in daily dose packs), then the ECHO service cannot help.
However I have found a company called PILLTIME.co.uk, who are able at the time of writing to provide a similar service, and it is free. Unfortunately at the moment you still need to have internet access in order to set this up, but they will deliver your prescription by post in sachets, similar to how 'just add water' cup soups are sold. Each sachet has the day, date and time that the sachet contents should be taken.
Hope this will be of help to someone.
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