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How Do I Get A Fairer Deal With My Current Broadband Provider?

Step 1 – We show you where you stand

Answer a few simple questions and we can show you how the price you pay for your broadband compares to what other people pay - for the same service or package from the same company. We do this by checking your price against the prices paid by people who have previously used the site - finally exposing how prices really compare. Our people-powered service is completely free and it takes just 60 seconds to see how your price compares, without having to share any personal data.

Step 2 – We do the hard work

If you check your price and see you are getting a good deal compared to others then you can now continue using that service confident that you aren't getting ripped off. But if you see that you're not getting a fair price, then we can help:

If your broadband provider is already a partner of ours, we will work with them to offer you a fairer price for staying with them, rather than switching away - either online, or by getting them to call you. This is a unique service but is proving really popular - in research, 79% of people agreed "I would prefer to get a better deal from my existing provider rather than having to switch"

Step 3 – We help you get a fairer deal with another provider

If at any time you decide you want to switch from your current supplier we can show you the best tariffs available and how much you could save by switching to each one. We work in partnership with uSwitch who have great deals in place with the leading industry providers, including online exclusives. Switching home telecoms can save you a lot of money quickly. Many people who have never switched before could save hundreds of pounds a year. If you decide that you want to switch your Broadband, Home Phone or TV provider then you should read our Guide to Broadband Switching.

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