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Weve been with BT for years but they were so poor that we left them in may and started with o2 as our broadband is with them

well thats what we thought

 

due to our bad credit o2 refused it but didnt tell us, we got a letter of confirmation from them and a start date and also a letter saying sorry your leaving from BT

 

If it doesnt go ahead do you go back to your original provider? have had nothing from either company until I asked o2 why our direct debits hadnt gone out

 

Everything is still working at the minute phone, broadband etc, but im concerned we are now floating and might end up with nothing

 

any experience/ideas?

 

I know I need to ring BT ,but cant at the minute so stressing somewhat

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Hi Summer,

 

I think the only option you have at the moment is either stay with BT and set up your direct debits with them again, or try another provider. I am with talk talk and am happy with the pricing but if you are happy with your internet with o2 then talk talk may not be the best financial option. Sky have good pakages for phones and so do Virgin.

 

It all depends on your area. Just give yourself time to compose yourself and set out a plan to get your services back online. If you keep getting refused on Credit Checks then staying with BT may be your only option at this moment in time.

 

I hope this helps in some way.

 

Rich:)

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If it is broadband you are after you could try Plusnet, they don't do credit checks and if you have a BT line in it is very easy.

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Sky has a good offer on at the moment. It is worth having a look. I moved to Sky a few months ago and have never looked back :D


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have ordered sky thanks all,

 

they say its gone through although I dont know if they will do a credit check, fingers crossed,

 

o2 said we would have gone back to BT as they cancelled it, but we didnt even get a letter to that effect from BT. nice to be kept informed, I think i was upset last night as the reply id got from o2 made me feel like a second class citizen, I know we have bad credit history but thats what it is 4 years ago, we arent bad people

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Sorry this is a bit after the fact...

 

BT are ridiculously terrible at communicators considering that's sort of their thing. They still call me every week or so looking for someone who used to live at my property but when I cancelled them they didn't so much as send a letter to confirm.

 

My policy with them after several moves in recent years is to just let them do whatever and get away as soon as possible. Good luck with your new Sky! :)

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