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Old 04-09-2022, 10:15   #331
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Re: VM News Another Price Increase

Next year's price rises could smash all records with 26% rises predicted if inflation hits Goldman Sachs prediction of 22%


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...m-uk#xj4y7vzkg

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Old 04-09-2022, 13:14   #332
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Re: VM News Another Price Increase

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Next year's price rises could smash all records with 26% rises predicted if inflation hits Goldman Sachs prediction of 22%


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...m-uk#xj4y7vzkg
Dangerous for them to make such increases. The support forum is already full of people trying to downgrade/cancel at current prices.

Paying fuel bills will be rather priority for most. Hundreds of unwatched Tv channels and unnecessarily fast broadband might be the thing to cut back on.

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Re: VM News Another Price Increase

when I negotiated my new deal they said the price would not rise in its term. If it does I will just negotiate again. No way am I paying 20%+ more
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Dangerous for them to make such increases. The support forum is already full of people trying to downgrade/cancel at current prices.

Paying fuel bills will be rather priority for most. Hundreds of unwatched Tv channels and unnecessarily fast broadband might be the thing to cut back on.
Paying more for slower broadband might actually be in operators interests.
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