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July 22, 2009

Broadband subscribers reluctant to swap providers


by David Allen

It is estimated that around half of the UK’s broadband users have not switched the internet service provider in the last fours.

According to the broadband comparison site, comsumerchoices.co.uk, many of these broadband users could be stuck on the same contract now as they were up to four years ago.

This could be costing consumers a lot of money, as in that time the improved broadband network and competition within the industry means that speeds are generally higher and prices are lower.

In fact, on average, the cost of a broadband connection has fallen by around thirty seven per cent over the last four years.

A consumer who has been with the same internet service provider for a number of years and has not changed their package could be able to change their package to a faster service that actually works out cheaper too.

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