Getting the best price for your BT home phone deal
BT is one such example. Fresh from launching new TV packages offering Sky Sports channels, the company is set to up its call and line rental prices from the start of October. Line rental will rise to £12.04, while the price of ringing both friends and family is set to increase by up to ten per cent.
However, there may be some respite for BT customers willing to commit long-term to the company's range of packages.
Bundle customers could be among those that benefit the most, with plans in place to ensure that those who sign up for all-inclusive packages get some of the best prices available.
In addition, people may have the chance to avoid some price rises by paying for a year's line rental upfront ahead of the increase.
So, it seems that, as in many cases, bundling could be the key for consumers committed to getting value for money and enjoying the best home prices available.
How have you reacted to news of the BT price rises? Do you plan to bundle up or will you consider switching to a completely different provider? Let us know your thoughts below.
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