PracticeAuditMore about BT Click&Buy

More about BT Click&Buy

We're working in partnership with BT click&buy to ensure you can pay for your Accountancy Age Top 50 content securely.

To open your BT click&buy online account, just spend a couple of minutes registering your personal details. You can choose to pay by online direct debit, debit card, credit card or even via your BT phone bill. From then on, whenever you want to buy content or services from this site or any of our partners, all you have to do is enter your unique BT click&buy username and password.

This means that you do not need to reveal your personal or financial details on each site you wish to buy from.

To view your online account, at any time, just go to the ‘My Account’ area of the http://www.btclickandbuy.com web site. It’s that simple. What’s more, with BT behind the service, you can be assured that your personal details are safe.

The BT click&buy Customer Care Team is on hand between Monday and Friday 8am – 6pm and weekends and Bank Holidays 10am to 4pm, to answer any concern you might have.

To find out more about BT click&buy and the wealth of content available http://www.btclickandbuy.com

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