One thing we all use daily is the internet, it has become part of our lives that we use without realising. For me it is a necessity as I work from home.
We all realise just how much we use the internet when for some reason our services go down. It can affect your tv service, work and we watch our children go into total panic that they have no wifi. We are lucky where we are that our network is pretty good and hardly goes down. So the big question is do we stay with our current provider and service or do we change? Will this mean our service will be worse and our internet goes down a lot more?
Something we do not do is check to see if we are getting the best broadband deal. Many of us get our broadband installed and then just keep paying monthly, without checking from time to time that we are getting the best deal.
We are a nation that likes to save money on our expenses. When we do our food shopping we look for offers to save us money. We also hear all the time about our utility bills and how we should be looking around for gas and electricity providers to save us money. For many their broadband supplier is one they often forget about, which is why I have been looking at how to save money.
Cable are a comparison site that will show you the best deals in your area, you just need to put in your postcode.
Get The Deals
You then get a list of 99 deals for you to compare against your current broadband deal. From all the top providers including
- Now Broadband
- Talk Talk
- And many more
The deals will also say whether they are reduced or a special offer. You can click to find out more information before going further to apply for the deal.
I hold my hands up that this is one area we just carry on paying, I am very hot on our utility bills but not this for some reason. On looking at the deals available I realise we could save more money each month and will be looking at changing our broadband provider. Even our current provider is giving much better monthly rate than what we are paying.
Do you look at your broadband provider? Or is it one area you just carry on paying without checking to see if you can save money.
Thanks to Cable for the inspiration for this post