A new way to get credit on an account
We wanted to talk about some new developments coming very soon. Firstly we want to start by introducing our new Pay Monthly tariffs.
We recognise the need for choice; not everyone’s the same, so now we can provide an alternative way of putting credit on a TTNC account to cover any call forwarding charges.
Managing credit monthly
Working along the same lines as our existing Pay As You Go (PAYG) system, in that you have a credit balance that call charges are deducted from; these tariffs allow you to choose how much credit you want in your account at the start of each month.
You’ll be able to budget exactly how much you’re spending on credit each month.
We’ll give you reduced call forwarding rates
With any of the 6 tariffs you can choose from, we’re reducing the rates for forwarding your calls, regardless of whether you’re forwarding calls to a UK landline or mobile. Our forwarding rate to a UK landline can drop as low as 1.3p per minute, and to a UK mobile as low as 10p per minute.
This means the credit will go further in a month as you’ll get more talk time for your money.
We’ll let you know as soon as you can start taking advantage of this new development.
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The report can be found here: http://www.ofcom.org.uk/cmr
Separately, Ofcom has also published Communications Market Reports for England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. The reports highlight trends in take up and use of communications in the devolved Nations and the English Regions.
The reports can be found here:
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The research can be found here
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The Ofcom price accreditation scheme logo is awarded to websites that have had their price comparison services put through a rigorous independent audit. The audit checks whether the information provided to consumers is accessible, accurate, transparent, comprehensive and up to date.
The full news release can be found here