Martin Lewis’ site claims 4m Brits missing out on cheap £12-a-month broadband

With broadband prices on the rise alongside other increases, many are struggling to pay their bills.

However, Martin Lewis' website said millions are missing out on cheaper deals out there.

According to the site, prices are being increased by unto 14% at the moment.

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Yet for those on a range of benefits, there are more than 10 'social tariffs', which give long-term consistently cheap prices that could save more than £100s/yr on average.

The website said the deals aren't seen on broadband comparison sites, meaning around 4million people are currently missing out on them.

However, luckily for you, they've provided all the details about the tariffs.

MSE's new tool means Brits can compare social tariffs and standard tariffs side-by-side.

It notes social broadband deals are for those on Universal Credit, though it said most also allow those receiving pension credit too.

The website added: "A decent number also include those on jobseeker's allowance, employment and support allowance, disability living allowance and personal independence payments."

Those who want to use the comparison tool will just need to enter their postcode, and they'll be shown the near-national coverage, plus each provider's eligibility criteria, alongside all standard deals, so you can compare.

You can also see MSE's full social tariffs list which includes smaller firms too.

So what are you waiting for, why not check if you can get cheaper broadband now?


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