BT have announced an increase to their phone, broadband and TV services in September, the second price increase in a year.
For BT TV customers subscribing the BT Sport and/or Sky Sports the following changes will be taking place:
- It’s Starter and Essential packages aren’t changing;
- Entertainment packages are increased by up to £2 per month;
- Max and HD are up to £2 per month;
- Sky Sports and Sky Cinema are both rising by £2.50 per month;
BT Sport will increase by up to £4.50 per month depending on your package. The standard price for BT Sport on BTTV if you’re out of contract is going up by £2.50 per month. BT Sport on Sky is increasing by £2 per month, as is the app-only BT Sport.
Phone and broadband increase are as follows:
- Standard line rental will increase by £1 per month unless you only have a landline with BT in which case there will be no change;
- Standard broadband prices will increase by £2.50 per month. Out of contract prices will rise on its copper broadband, faster broadband and superfast fibre essential and superfast fibre 1, 2, 3 and 4 packages;
- Landline call costs – calls to UK landlines (including 0870 and 0845 numbers) will increase from 13p/min to 15p/min. The call set-up fee is rising from 22p/call to 23p/call;
- Mobile call costs – calls to UK mobiles will increase from 17p/min to 18p/min. If you have anytime calls they’ll increase from 8.5p/min to 9p/min;
- 1571 – will increase from £3 to £3.50 per month;
- International calls – will increase from 50p/min to 55p/min for countries in Band A, 80p/min to 85p/min for Band B and £1.40/min to £1.45/min for Band C