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According to documents seen by The Register, BT is set to offer unmetered calls from 1 December.

And the reason behind BT's change of heart - it has long been opposed to such a move - is that the monster telco has been asking customers what they want.

"Our research has told us that customers like to be able to choose their phone package to suit their communications needs at home," chirps a friendly FAQ.

"This new set of choices from BT offers a simpler pricing structure and something for everyone whether they use the phone line a lot or just a little.

"We spoke to customers who reinforced our belief that simple prices and all-in-one packages were the best solutions to meet the changing ways people use their telephone today.

"We were also able to build on the success and popularity of BT Together, simply by introducing unlimited local evening and weekend calls instead of an inclusive call allowance," it trilled.

If only everything in life was this easy. ®

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