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    April2
    UPDATE 1st JULY 2005 - CALLER DISPLAY NOW FREE!
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    • 27th Jun 05, 8:54 AM
    UPDATE 1st JULY 2005 - CALLER DISPLAY NOW FREE! 27th Jun 05 at 8:54 AM
    1st July 2005 - Caller Display IS NOW FREE to BT residential customers who make 'some' calls via BT.

    This can be activated by calling the automated order line:

    0800 916 55 44

    N.B. There's a second option when you make that call - to register for the Telephone Preference Service (to stop cold callers).

    You can choose either or both options just by pressing keys in response to the voice prompts.


    Official Insert (by MSE Andrea 6/7/05)

    To qualify for the free caller display you will need to sign up for the new FREE service they are launching, Privacy at Home which also includes the free option of Telephone Preference Service.

    Unofficial Insert (by April2 6/7/05)

    Hey everyone. I didn't really start this thread (although, now it's been split out from the original, longer, thread it looks like I did).

    It's just that this post happened to be suitably 'loud' to use as a 'point to' from one of Martin's weekly e-mails.

    Use it - BT don't usually give anything away!
    Last edited by April2; 21-07-2007 at 7:12 PM.
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