Had a letter from BT this morning announcing that they now accept Direct Debit payments for their Openworld Broadband service.Useful for those who don't have/don't wish to use a credit card.Brian
When I signed up for the Extended Reach ADSL Trial a few weeks ago I was offered this instead of paying by card each month.The first Direct Debit came out of my account yesterday.Does this mean that BT are now entering the 20th Century (yes I do mean 20th)?
Looks like it.I posted this because there have been several threads in the past asking for ISPs who will accept payment in a form other than credit card. I don't know how many do now but, it used to be quite rare/unknown.
I still pay Tiscali by direct debit although my understanding is that this form of payment is no longer accepted - seems strange as so many other organisations seem to prefer it.
By "no longer accepted" I do, of course, mean for new subscribers.
Does anyone know how you could pay for 12 months in advance instead of monthly. At one time ISP did charge only 11 months for a years service. Pay for 11 and get one free something like Asda
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