BT named worst home phone provider

BT has been voted the worst telephony provider for the first time ever in a poll to gauge customer satisfaction.

In a survey conducted by uSwitch.com, BT – the largest home phone company in the UK – finished last in nine out 11 categories, including value for money.

Among the sample of its customers, 30 per cent described themselves as not satisfied with the service they receive – equating to some three million people.

The top-performing provider was revealed to be Sky, which came top in seven of the 11 categories and boasts a customer satisfaction rate of 85 per cent.

Commenting on the figures, Tim Wolfenden, head of home Services at uSwitch.com, urged consumers who are unsatisfied to vote with their feet and switch provider.

He said: “The key point is that loyalty does not pay, and it’s now up to the 7.5 million customers who have never switched to make competition work for them and vote with their feet.

“Switching home phone is a very simple process and by shopping around for the best deal, consumers could save up to £200 a year.”

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  1. I’m glad the truth about BT is gradually coming out – I am one of the many who have been the victim of BT’s truly astonishing incompetence. Every aspect of dealing with them over the last year, from initial order to sorting out their incessant blunders, has been truly, incredibly awful. Browsing the web indicates this is a far from unusual experience – I just can’t understand why it’s not getting wider publicity in the press and why the regulator appears not to be regulating. Perhaps that’s about to change. Good luck to all the other BT victims out there – remember, you’re not alone.

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