Are your providers prices going up?
Millions of broadband customers failing to switch are in for a price shock according to new research carried out by Which? The consumer review group found that some of the biggest broadband providers were increasing their prices by up to 57% after their 12 month introductory contract came to an end.
Broadband providers are guilty of repaying their customers loyalty with hikes of up to £192 once they’re out of their introductory contract!
According to Which? customers can often forget when their 12 month deal is due to come to an end, consequently they face the loyalty penalty.
Well, like most bills consumers can renegotiate their deals direct with their providers. Many consumers are still put off by switching providers even though in recent years the process has become easier it cans till be a time consuming process.
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