BT, Sky and NOW TV all adopt inclusive pricing
The deadline for providers to where they require their voice line rental with a broadband package is edging closer and three more providers have revamped how they list their pricing.
BT has revamped its product packages and now seem to barely mention voice line rental, since the price is now an inclusive element, the bonus that offsets the changes in the one-off costs is that the BT Reward Card on ADSL2+ products is £100 and on the Infinity range is £150 until the end of 7th November 2016.
Sky has removed most of its offers, with its fibre product range now at their normal prices, and just a £5/m off for 12 months offer on its unlimited ADSL2+ service along with the usual cycle of rewards on satellite TV bundles.
NOWTV which has the option of 1 month or a 12 month contract has changed pricing slightly for its various bundles, and while the one-off cost for the no-contract service remains at £60, the 12 month contract is slightly less attractive now as it has a £30/month option (Monthly costs are identical).