Broadband users overpaying up to £220 a year by not haggling

Broadband users overpaying up to £220 a year by not haggling
 

Broadband customers who fail to shop around at the end of their initial contract or haggle for a better deal from their supplier are overpaying by up to £220 a year.
Analysis by Which? found BT’s broadband customers were paying the biggest loyalty premium. Only one firm, Utility Warehouse, offered loyal customers the best deals, it said.
Which? asked consumers how much they paid for their broadband, whether they had haggled for a new deal in the past 12 months, and what they had saved. It then compared the results to the cheapest deals offered to new customers.
Which? found 72% of the... read more

 
7 December 2018 in Business, Views: 45
Source: Guardian
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