I'd stay with BT for the line. Use 18866 or 1899 as the least cost providers. There are others - read through this too. You might need a dialler - I use one from Orchid Any use?
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But BT charge 30 quid [a quarter] just for line rental and many BB suppliers are offering all in [global tÃ©lÃ©, net & terestial phoneline] for that alone.
Talk-Talk* from the Carphone Warehouse is currently £7.99 for its unlimited UK landline calls anytime, plus sign up in September and the first three months are free. Thus across a year you're effectively paying £6 per month.This means for anyone who makes over 200 landline calls a month (6 a day) it's cheaper than call1899 for landlines. Although don't use it for calling mobiles as there are much cheaper options.Call1899's costs are simply a fraction of what you'd pay a normal provider. For someone paying BT Together a typical £25 a month for a mix of calls (excluding line rental), you could save a few pounds by switching to Talk Talk or other normally advertised providers, but by using Call1899 it drops to around £12. That's a saving of over £150 over a year.
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