Re: Rolling contracts to end
- From: Andy Burns <usenet.aug2009@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 19:14:57 +0100
At present you don't get a choice
But I do!
you either have to let it renew,
take out a different contract which is a minimum of 12 months, or
change supplier. That is unfair.
I have made my choice, I can either stay on the standard terms with initial 12 month contact and then one months notice, or for zero extra cost but I can have inclusive E&W calls + callerid (and if I wanted 1571 and F&F mobile) on the renewing contract, each 12 months I can choose whether to extend for a further 12 months (by doing nothing) or revert to the standard terms, or move supplier, or I can buy out for £3month of the remaining term.
What makes you think that if I choose not to renew the rolling contract I'd end up on a new minimum 12 month contract? That's not correct.
If there are suppliers out there who have shoddier terms than that, fair enough they should be dealt with, but I see nothing wrong with BT's offer.
As George points out it never used to be like that, you had a 12 month
contract which was fair enough and after that you were free to leave
whenever you wanted to without penalty.
I'm aware of that.
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