BSkyB turns back the clock

May 20, 2010

BSkyB, like many other providers of TV, phone and broadband services, is keen to get its customers signed up to all three services to save money and this allows the likes of BSkyB to keep its customer base.

However, when it comes to phone services and in particular packages that include free evening calls, it seems that BSkyB is one of the latest providers to change the rules by pushing back the time from when the actual evening starts.

Currently, according to Sky Talk, the evening starts at 6 pm, but from the 1st June the evening will begin at 7 pm for its 2.3 million customers and it has nothing to do with British summer time.

This could mean that if customers do not change the times they use their phone, the bill could rise by around £450 a year!


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