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ISP BT and EE Introduce New UK Pricing Policy for Customers

Enlli
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There is a good chance that mid contract price increases end up far more expensive under this scheme for the majority of customers.

Guess this gives O2 and the other networks a figure to work with. 

 

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2024/04/isp-bt-and-ee-introduce-new-uk-pricing-policy-for-cust...

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This is not O2 and we are all customers here similar to yourself and cannot answer account type queries.
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Oxonian
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The one advantage of this @Enlli is that you are fully aware at the start of the signing-up process what your price rises will be ; and you then sign-up or not as you see fit.

 

You are no longer a hostage to fortune as you wait the announcement of a particular month's RPI/CPI figure.   

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Enlli
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However £1.50 is a much higher percentage rise on the lower tariffs

£8 that I pay would have a rise of approx 18.8%. That is higher that was charged last year when inflation was raging. 

This is not O2 and we are all customers here similar to yourself and cannot answer account type queries.
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I see what you mean @Enlli but any change is going to have winners and losers. 

 

From the network's viewpoint, that penalises those who are on cheap tariffs and tries to squeeze a few more pennies out of them. These are also presumably the customers that the network would not be as concerned to lose ? 

 

It will be interesting to see whether the likes of O2 follow BT/EE or devise an alternative scheme. 👍 

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