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October 8, 2008

Low income families to get BT price cut


by David Allen

It would appear that BT have been following the events that have unfolded recently, and as a result will be cutting the cost of phone bills for those people on income support, job seekers allowance and the guaranteed pensions credit.

The BT Basic deal will offer line rental for just £4.50 per month and they have already begun transferring those customers who qualify for this discounted service from the service that they are already using.

This deal will mean that they are able to use any internet service provider for their broadband requirements on this line as well, meaning that they are able to have a phone and internet at a greatly reduced price.

Many charitable organisations have welcomed this move, especially those who represent the older generation where communication can be a lifeline.

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