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Sky is to raise broadband and pay TV prices on some of its broadband and pay TV packages from April 1. While Sky hasn’t said exactly how many customers will be expected to pay more, it will be writing to affected customers to notify them of changes.
BT has announced that many of its broadband, mobile phone and landline customers will all see their prices rise by 1.3%. It has started contacting affected customers to alert them that their monthly bills will rise from March 31.
Plusnet and Vodafone have announced that some of their broadband prices will rise in December, and some customers could see charges increase by 21%. Plusnet’s line rental costs are increasing,...
Virgin Media has announced that around five million broadband and TV customers will face price rises of up to £54 a year or £4.50 a month.
We've found that broadband customers who stay with their provider past their initial minimum contract are facing price hikes of up to £192 a year unless they renegotiate with their current provider or switch away to another firm.
The price rises will affect TalkTalk broadband customers who are out of contract - if you're affected, it's time to either haggle or switch.
The price increases will affect customers who signed-up with EE – or upgraded their account – before February 29. If you’re an EE customer unhappy with the increased price of your broadband package, it's time to switch.
Sky is raising prices starting from April this year, with broadband, television and phone calls all affected. Find out whether you're set to be hit by a price rise and what you can do about it.