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Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

LiamM
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Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

From Friday's EOD :-
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Home Phone Anytime + product changes – from the point this little one is rolled out all calls to qualifying numbers (01 & 02 up to 1 hour) will be completely free – the 1000 minute cap is gone!

I like the sound of that :-)  and it really does make Anytime+ a very attractive product indeed!  When is this rolling out?
Just need to remove the £20 cancellation charge (which is a barrer to signing up!) and we've got one hot home phone service!
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Mand
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

Soon is the answer. Wink
We're looking at within the next two weeks Liam, I knew you'd be excited about this one!
Watch this space for more improvements to Home Phone. Smiley
LiamM
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

*Jumps* :-)
PS.  Posted this here.
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

I am wondering about the title of this thread 'Option 2'. If the 1000 minutes cap is removed from Homephone Anytime will it only apply to those on Option 2 broadband and not to those of us on Option 1? 
pcoventry76
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

Quote from: poppy
I am wondering about the title of this thread 'Option 2'. If the 1000 minutes cap is removed from Homephone Anytime will it only apply to those on Option 2 broadband and not to those of us on Option 1? 

And also does that mean the 300 minute international cap has also gone? or is ti still fixed due to the cost etc ( which is fine if so)
Im also considering this as i have sky CPS at the moment which sucks
James
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

Guys,
Let's not jump the gun, we haven't announced any changes yet.
LiamM
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

Quote from: poppy
I am wondering about the title of this thread 'Option 2'. If the 1000 minutes cap is removed from Homephone Anytime will it only apply to those on Option 2 broadband and not to those of us on Option 1? 

That's totally my fault.  I'm thinking in 'Options'!
Looks like the removal is going to be anyone on Anytime+.
LiamM
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Re: Option 2 : About to become more attractive?

Quote from: James
Let's not jump the gun, we haven't announced any changes yet.

But you have, in the EOD I linked to above?
LiamM
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And also does that mean the 300 minute international cap has also gone? or is ti still fixed due to the cost etc ( which is fine if so)

That's not yet been confirmed yet.  I suspect that factor will remain.
James
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Re: Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

Oops.
pcoventry76
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Re: Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

Quote from: James
Oops.

indeed  Shocked
Mand
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Re: Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

Hi guys,
The change was rolled this morning, for clarification see here.
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Re: Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

This is excellent news and might enable me to sign up my existing referrals to add Homephone.
LiamM
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Re: Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

And - the cancellation charge is a gonner, too! :-)
http://usergroup.plus.net/news_070829_homephonecanx.php
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Re: Anytime+ : About to become more attractive?

One of my referrals wishes to transfer but she went back to BT a few months ago. We are not sure about the 12-month tie in i.e. when this was instituted.  If there is a tie-in can this be rescinded as Plusnet are owned by BT?