'End of contract' rules 'to save consumers money'
13/02/2020 | news | technology | 360
Internet, pay-TV and phone customers will now be offered the best deals when their contracts end.
Good to see a Prime Minister who realises that EU London is not the whole of the UK and that the UK has plenty of potential to regain the Great from the North East to the South West in fact ALL OVER our BLESSED ISLE Keep up the good work Prime Minister and Dominic Cummings and whoever else is for the goodness of the UK The majority Removed
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Good news but it's a shame we can't get out of our contracts with the BBC / TV licensing who are hiking the fee this year
51. Posted by PeterC Just now Good news but it's a shame we can't get out of our contracts with the BBC / TV licensing who are hiking the fee this year. - You don't have contract with the BBC/TV licencing and they are allowed to make inflationary increases. It's only £3 a week FFS, get over it or don't watch live TV. Removed
58: "You don't have contract with the BBC/TV licencing and they are allowed to make inflationary increases. It's only £3 a week FFS, get over it or don't watch live TV." ----- While I agree with the relativey small cost, there is a principle at stake. Paying the BBC even if you don't want to watch BBC programmes is like paying Asda an annual subscription so you can shop at Tesco. Removed
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58: "You don't have contract with the BBC/TV licencing and they are allowed to make inflationary increases. It's only £3 a week FFS, get over it or don't watch live TV." It would be even less if we replaced expensive presenters with up and coming ones. Why Lineker is still host of MOTD I don't know.
51. Posted by PeterC Just now Good news but it's a shame we can't get out of our contracts with the BBC / TV licensing who are hiking the fee this year. - You don't have contract with the BBC/TV licencing and they are allowed to make inflationary increases. It's only £3 a week FFS, get over it or don't watch live TV. Removed
58: "You don't have contract with the BBC/TV licencing and they are allowed to make inflationary increases. It's only £3 a week FFS, get over it or don't watch live TV." ----- While I agree with the relativey small cost, there is a principle at stake. Paying the BBC even if you don't want to watch BBC programmes is like paying Asda an annual subscription so you can shop at Tesco. Removed
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@77. johnon "While I agree with the relativey small cost, there is a principle at stake. Paying the BBC even if you don't want to watch BBC programmes" And yet you're here, on a BBC website, funded by the licence fee, claiming you don't use BBC services, maybe that's worth £3 a week to you ? "the licence fee is spent on BBC TV channels, radio stations, BBC iPlayer and online services."
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