During lockdown it has become a lifeline for both work and play … but 8.7 million customers could cut their costs
As businesses continue to be run from back bedrooms and kitchen tables, and restrictions to life mean that home entertainment can be a vital escape, the prospect of a broadband connection going down can be the stuff of nightmares.
But although the pandemic has confirmed just how important it is to everyday life, that’s no reason to pay over the odds for the service. A huge proportion of households – some 8.7 million customers – are doing just that, simply because they have not switched to the best options on the market.
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