Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Save on Internet, Phone and TV



Most homes in the UK now have broadband connections, but are you one of the many who still has their internet, land line phone and TV supplied by different providers? The fact is that many households have simply bought the best deal for each – separately – and, as a result, may be paying somewhat over the odds. By bundling all three – and it can be done very easily – it is possible to get a very good deal that may be considerably cheaper in the long run.

Unlimited or Otherwise
One thing to pay attention to is whether your package includes unlimited broadband, or has a limit on the amount of data included in the package. Some offer a genuine unlimited deal, others a ‘within reasonable use’ deal, and some include many more offers that make them more attractive overall. You should also consider how often you use your landline, and the option of free TV channels and pay per view deals, as all can make for a more accessible package.

Landline Usage
The advent of the mobile phone has seen landline usage fall, but one is still necessary for broadband hence the need for bundling. To this end, you should consider how often you use your landline to make calls; if it is rarely – as with many mobile users – then the offer of free calls at certain times, which many providers include as part of the package, may not be of any value to you. Look for advantages that are ideal, and pick the best package for you.

Check your current provider
The best way to get the right package deal is to talk to your current broadband provider; they may be able to offer you an all in one package that suits your need, and would be able to see how your usage pans out across a given month and offer you a great package. Remember, there are many different packages on offer, and choosing the right one can be bewildering, so use all the comparison tools you can to look at the options, and you may find a very good deal.