- Standard broadband prices will rise by £2.50 a month
- Line rental is also rising
- Customers will get letters about which of their services are rising in price
BT is hiking the cost of some of its broadband, TV and landline packages
BT is hiking the price of its landline, broadband and TV sport packages.
From September 16, standard broadband prices including line rental will increase by £2.50 a month.
Line rental on its own goes up from £18.99 to £19.99, or from £56.97 to £59.97 for quarterly bills.
Customers will pay an extra 2p a minute for landline calls, 1p for mobile calls and 5p for international calls.
The cost of 1571 answerphone goes up 50p a month.
The BT Sport pack will cost an extra £2 a month. And BT TV customers who want to bolt on Sky Sports or Sky Cinema will pay an extra £2.50 a month.
Customers will get letters about which of their services are rising in price.
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