Ofcom have proposed a set of measures to make changing broadband and landline providers simpler and more reliable, while protecting consumers from being switched without their knowledge or consent.
Primus deal offers savings of up to £80 from annual phone bill, available exclusively through Homephonechoices.co.uk.
Ofcom has confirmed that rollover contracts, which tie landline and broadband customers into repeated minimum contract periods unless they opt out, will be banned from December this year.
A new consumer satisfaction survey of over 6,000 home phone customers from Ofcom-accredited price comparison website Homephonechoices.co.uk has found that nearly half of Britain's home phone customers may be wasting money on outdated home phone packages, with 48.5% admitting they have not switched provider at all in the last 5 years.
Britain’s famous Speaking Clock celebrates its 75th birthday on July 24, 2011. Now a national institution and part of Britain’s heritage, the Speaking Clock was the first of the pre-recorded information services in the UK, provided through telephones.
The Panasonic KX-TG8061 cordless DECT phone has arrived as the latest addition to the Panasonic DECT phone range.
BT has announced that from 28 May it will make significant cuts to the cost of landline to mobile phone calls. This announcement follows BT’s leading role in the Terminate the Rate campaign, which helped persuade Ofcom to lower mobile termination rates.
BT has announced that, from this weekend, it will be cheaper to call a mobile phone from a landline. The move follows Ofcom's ruling to cut Mobile Termination Rates, the rate that mobile networks charge rival networks and phone companies for carrying calls to their network, from 1st April.
TalkTalk, the phone and broadband provider, is backing up its promise to always deliver better value to its customers, by reducing pricing and enriching its most popular packages.
TalkTalk customers can now enjoy the UK’s best value landline to mobile calls (compared to BT, BT Plusnet, Virgin and Sky), thanks to its brand new 500 Mobile Minutes Boost. For just £5 a month, customers get 500 minutes to use from their TalkTalk landline to call UK mobiles.
Last week BT and other telecoms providers increased prices for line rental, UK landline calls and call connection. So, for customers that aren’t locked into a contract now is a great time to reassess their home telephone package and save some money.
In a pioneering move designed to save Virgin Media families a bundle on calling services, from April 5th, Virgin Media is launching a range of special deals which combine Virgin Media home phone and Virgin Mobile services to create a powerful converged service.
With cash-strapped phone customers bracing themselves for yet another round of price increases, the latest uSwitch.com Home Phone Customer Satisfaction Report reveals the first drop in customer satisfaction in three years.
Despite the rise in texts, emails and social media communication, the average person in the UK spends 184 hours speaking on the telephone every year, equivalent to seven and a half days.
BT raises home phone costs, Michael Phillips, product director at Broadbandchoices.co.uk comments, commented: "We are very disappointed that BT is raising the cost of its monthly line rental for the third time in the space of 12 months.
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