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November 19, 2008

The cost of broadband falls by 13%

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by David Allen

It would seem that the cost of broadband has been falling over the past year, according to research carried out by the Money Supermarket, and not only that, it seems that some customers could be missing out on savings too.

On average, the price of broadband has fallen by almost fourteen per cent, which is quite considerable, but the saving that some customers are losing out on could be as much as £26 per month.

The problem is that the average consumer prefers to stay with what they know, yet if they shopped around then they could probably find a cheaper internet service provider because prices are falling, but if they stay with their current provider, these savings will not be passed on.

Therefore some customers are paying more than others are for using the same services because they use different providers for different services. If these were all bundled together after comparing prices then they would be saving money.

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