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bulldog adsl - after 12-months?



 
 
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Old January 26th 04, 09:45 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default bulldog adsl - after 12-months?

thinking of getting adsl and bulldog primetime 1000 fits the bill. only
problem is the offer is only for 12 months and after that the price goes
back to 29!

yes, i can cancel the contract after that but then i will have to pay
activation again with other ISP. anyone has any 12-months offer coming to an
end yet?


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Old January 26th 04, 10:16 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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"www" wrote in message ...
thinking of getting adsl and bulldog primetime 1000 fits the bill. only
problem is the offer is only for 12 months and after that the price goes
back to 29!

yes, i can cancel the contract after that but then i will have to pay
activation again with other ISP. anyone has any 12-months offer coming to

an
end yet?


I have seen some people in this position with Bulldog

If they decide to stay with Bulldog (and the cases I have seen have anyway)
they have simply phoned Bulldog and asked to be put on the relevant current
special offer tariff instead of the normal pricing they would otherwise
automatically be switched too - they are commiting themselves to another 12
months in these cases, so they must have been happy in the 1st 12 months...

Bulldog almost always seem to have a special offer on so in 12 months just
compare Bulldog's then special offers to those of other ISP's..

If you do decide to use Bulldog would you mind quoting my referral code when
signing up - just quote bdol 87431 when signing up online or by telephone.

Regards
Sunil



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Old January 26th 04, 10:43 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Paul G
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Default bulldog adsl - after 12-months?


"www" wrote in message ...
thinking of getting adsl and bulldog primetime 1000 fits the bill. only
problem is the offer is only for 12 months and after that the price goes
back to 29!


In 12 months time pricing will be completely different in any case. There
may be better offers with other providers or Bulldog will have dropped their
prices by then!

I would just go for it


Paul



 




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