Updated: Monday 3 December, 2012
Want to cut your bills? You could save on your monthly line rental with BT's Line Rental Saver tariff. Find out how it works and whether you qualify in the guide below...
Line Rental Saver from BT (www.bt.com) lets you save money on your phone bills by paying for one year's worth of line rental in advance. It costs just £129 for 12 months, which works out at just £10.75 a month. BT line rental usually costs £15.45 a month when you pay by monthly direct debit. This means you could save over £40 a year on your line rental.
To be eligible for Line Rental Saver, you have to make a certain number of calls to meet BT's "minimum call commitment". These could be either chargeable calls or inclusive calls. If you're billed monthly you'll need to make at least two calls a month. And if you're billed quarterly you'll need to make at least six calls every three months. Otherwise you'll be charged £1.50 a month (or £4.50 a quarter).
To qualify for Line Rental Saver, you must sign-up for paperless billing and take any one of the following products:
Find out more about BT's (www.bt.com) calling plans with our best buy table:
When your Line Rental Saver contract is nearing its end, BT (www.bt.com) will get in touch to let you know. You'll be able to re-apply at that point in time.