BT Price Rise

Many commercial business operators that utilise BT products and services have received an unwelcome new year gift with the recent announcement that they are going to incur a substantial price hike, starting in January.

The telecoms giant has increased its prices on broadband and calls, among other provisions, for which 10 million customers are likely to be affected in one way or another. The news signals BT’s fourth major price hike in almost three years, with the last change only implemented back in April 2017.

So, what does this mean? And what are your options?

Well, given that it is likely that you joined as part of a promotion then there is a good chance that you do not qualify for the option to leave your contract penalty free and will therefore reap further consequences by leaving.

However, there could be better deals on the market, so might be a worthwhile switch.

Mick George Telecoms offer a state of the art hosted phone solution that is increasingly becoming the system of choice and provides organisations with a cost-effective way to manage telephony.

HV.Select is suitable for businesses of any size with single or multiple sites. It can be scaled for small single office units to multisite networks or indeed large corporate headquarters, providing seamless, reliable, predictable and hassle-free levels of communication.

With no expensive phone systems on site and communications transferred over IP networks rather than physical phone lines, there is no need to incur price increases from BT or other service providers, any longer.

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