Broadband, mobile & TV services
Our latest research shows that customers who haggle with their broadband, TV or mobile provider can save nearly £130 a year - and savings could top £200 for those willing to switch away.
If your contract costs have increased, it may have come as a surprise. We detail the best and worse providers for inflation-based mid-contract rises.
Unlike the price rises announced by other providers, these ones are baked into consumer contracts – meaning customers have no choice but to pay them.
Virgin Media customers will be charged an additional £56 each year, on average.
Need to stay connected but no need to be online? We round up some of the best and worst landline deals
Finding the best broadband deal isn’t as simple as finding the cheapest tariff. There are other costs to consider - plus some providers will sweeten their deals with additional incentives.
As well as a wide range of handsets and providers to choose from, there's also the lure of big discounts on handsets that might make a Sim-free purchase seem like a better deal.
We’ve found many of the Big Four broadband providers have customers who are far from satisfied with their service – they received mediocre scores at best in our customer satisfaction survey.
The number of streaming services available has rocketed in recent years, and it’s easy to get drawn in by all of the different content on offer – all of which comes at a cost. We've reviewed the major platforms to help you find the best fit.
Sky offers 'Boost' as an add-on - it's available with all of its broadband packages. But what does it include and is it worth the additional fee each month?