BT has announced plans to extend its free weekend calls to over ten million customers on its Option 1 deal.
The move, which takes the number of British households receiving free calls on Saturday and Sunday to 14.8 million, is one of several revised price plans by the telephone service provider.
Daytime calls are also set to be increased from 3.25 pence to four pence per minute at the start of April, while the price of line rental is rising for the first time in two years by 75 pence.
Commenting on the changes, Gavin Patterson, the BT Group managing director, said: "Weekend calls are being given away for free to millions of people and there's the added bonus of free evening calls if customers take a contract and stay with BT."
BT is one of the world's biggest communications solutions providers, operating telephone and internet services in around 170 countries.
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