EE has announced that its broadband prices are rising on June 26, with the average increase being £2 per month.
Customers who signed up with EE or upgraded their account before February 29 will be affected. However, if you've signed up with EE since then, you won't have to pay these higher costs.
We've recently surveyed more than 8,000 broadband customers about their experiences with 12 of the biggest providers, including EE.
If you're within the minimum terms of your contract with EE, you can cancel your contract without paying a penalty within 30 days of receiving notice of the price increase.
Our research has shown that loyal broadband customers are likely to pay more for their broadband than customers who switch regularly or haggle with their provider.
This is because the cost of deals usually rises at the end of an introductory period. In April the average increase in costs from an introductory offer to a standard tariff was 19%, but the biggest increase was 89%.
This, combined with price rises like this one from EE, means loyalty often doesn't pay in the world of broadband.
If you're happy with your provider, a price rise can also be a good opportunity to haggle. This can sound daunting, but it's a simple case of contacting your provider and asking for a better deal.