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I am currently with Sky for my broadband and phone (was with O2 but I believe they sold out to Sky?).
The contract I ha with O2 would have been due for renewal on the 18/01/14 but I do not want to stay with Sky as I actually want a package that offers me the option of using one of these companies that offer a business line for a reasonable amount. Is there a possibility of starting to negotiate for a transfer now, and if so, which is the best option available to me?

OK, I've just noticed there is a communication and Broadband Forum :oops: :oops: :oops: Hope one of the Mods can move the post to that forum.

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What is the goal KTM? Why a business line, what do you NEED.

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Hi,
Take a look at www.plus.net
good price, good service.


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BillyGoat wrote:
What is the goal KTM? Why a business line, what do you NEED.

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BG, I need a business line for the simple reason that once I leave home for work, any calls from customers to home phone cannot be answered. As a result, I only give out my mobile phone to customers. But understandably, I'm of the opinion that most customers will prefer calling a land line than a mobile phone. If I give out the home phone, chances are when customers call, the kids may answer. That will be unprofessional. Also, I do not want to pay extortionate sums of money to have my calls diverted from home phone to mobile phone

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Sounds like you need Vodafone Red or the EE equivalent.

Landline that becomes a mobile when you leave home all at one cost.

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I'm assuming you're running a small business here, sometimes a mobile phone does the job but it may be useful to do go down the VOIP route, it can be much more practical and also sometimes cheaper.

I currently have VoIP fowarding services from Spam removed, user banned. Mod 2. for my small business. They're fairly flexible to work with unlike the likes of BT, o2 etc.


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