Broadband Payment.

  Radius 17:32 13 Aug 2003

I've found out my local exchange is about to be broadband enabled and can't wait to start surfing at break neck speeds, but, I don't have a credit or debit card and most of the ISPs I have checked only accept these forms of payment. So, does anyone know of any broadband ISPs that can be payed for via direct debit or can be billed to your BT phone bill?


  Magik ®© 18:00 13 Aug 2003

might be easier to get a card....

  shortcircuit 18:04 13 Aug 2003

Plusnet will accept cheque for start up package and then go on to DD for monthly payments.Ps. Their basic package is only £18.99 pm and very good!

  -pops- 18:05 13 Aug 2003
  Confab 20:39 13 Aug 2003

One-Tel accept DD payments and so do madasafish.


  Andybear 20:53 13 Aug 2003

If you can get cable, NTL accept payment by Direct Debit - in fact, it's the only method they'll accept - for their broadband anyway.

  hoverman 21:01 13 Aug 2003

I think someone mentioned on this Forum that BT will be accepting Direct Debit payments.

  -pops- 21:03 13 Aug 2003

'Twas I, yesterday. See above;-))

  Terrahawk 21:23 13 Aug 2003

bt no frills accept dd bt i believe openworld are moving towards it

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