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spartan3002

  5 months ago

9.3% ? Batten down the hatches everyone !
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B.T. has announced that broadband and phone bills will jump by 9.3% following a "dramatic increase" in data usage over the last few years.
I'm sure the rest will follow . The method of calculation is interesting -
They add 3.9% to the inflation rate , which is currently 5.4% , Nice !
Now , I have absolutely no proof for my next question , but think of it -
Do you find it a little questionable that things like future pension rises are calculated much earlier in the year ( 3.1% without the triple lock ) ,
followed by larger price rises ? ( Inflation is tipped to be 2.3% by the end of the year , but these prices will remain ) I'll bet workers wish they could have the same deal on their annual remuneration !
What do you think folks ?
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D7648281t76

  5 months ago
I also have my mobile with Plusnet, unlimited texts, unlimited calls an 5 g per month data all for £6 a month sim only
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D7648281t76

  5 months ago
Change to Plusnet they're owned by BT but cheaper
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Mark_W

  5 months ago
It has always been so - the issue is that inflation is currently high!
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