zoebel wrote: »
Also requested a manager over the phone on Friday but "none were available". One was supposed to call me back that day - I am still waiting.
Doc_N wrote: »
Looking currently at an elderly relative's phone options.
BT are looking for a yearly £159.84 (£13.32 pm) Line Rental Saver - a lot cheaper than paying monthly. For that she's currently getting inclusive evening and weekend calls (not sure why the evening calls are included - possibly a 'deal' agreed last year).
Switching to the Post Office would cost £120 line rental for the year (£10 pm) with another £1.25 pm for evening/weekend calls. Free caller display, too (£1.75 pm with BT unless you agree to a 12 month contract).
So the Post Office option looks to be around £2 pm cheaper, plus £25 cashback they're offering.
Any other suggestions or comments would be appreciated.
poorbabe wrote: »
Funnily enough I was looking to move to the Post Office for my landline but Sky offered me a better deal for the next 12 months.
This sounds like a good deal for your relative, but I would also check out what their customer service is like if things go wrong.
webnise wrote: »
Co Op Phones has a £12.50 monthly rental or £120 upfront with free calls on evening/weekend so it seems to be cheaper than PO.http://www.thephone.coop/home/phone-only/#/rental_charges
Quentin wrote: »
No free calls included
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