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  • utilitybroker
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    • 10th Mar 10, 12:50 AM
    Talk Talk Cut Free Evening Calls and increase some prices from 1/6/2010
    • #1
    • 10th Mar 10, 12:50 AM
    No surprise to see Talk Talk following BT. Others will no doubt follow.

    "

    Our daytime/peak calling hours are changing from 6am - 6pm to 7am - 7pm. So if you're on an evening and weekend plan (not an 'anytime' one), your inclusive weekday evening calls (e.g. to 01, 02 and 03 numbers) will run from 7pm - 7am. The weekend calling hours (midnight Friday to midnight Sunday) remain unchanged.


    The cost of an 01, 02, 03, 0870 and 0845 daytime/peak rate call (and calls that exceed 60 minutes at any time) is changing from 4.6p per minute to 5.8p per minute. The evening rate for these calls is changing from 1.4p per minute to 1.5p per minute. Please remember, this change doesn't affect any inclusive calls (e.g. to 01, 02, 03 numbers, of 60 minutes or less) that are included in your package.


    Chargeable calls that currently incur a 9.25p call connection charge will instead incur one of 9.9p. Again, this change doesn't affect any inclusive calls (e.g. to 01, 02, 03 numbers, of 60 minutes or less) that are included in your package."

    http://broadband.talktalk.co.uk/pricechange
    Last edited by utilitybroker; 10-03-2010 at 12:53 AM.
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