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Managing the costs of your communications

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Money, a wallet and 'Piggy Bank'We all want the best from our communications and that includes getting the best value for money.

UK consumers already enjoy some of the most competitive phone, TV, broadband and mobile deals but just because your existing deal once seemed the best option, it doesn’t mean it still is.

An increase in charges – or changes in the way you use your communications services – could make switching to a different deal more economical, though in some cases you may have to pay a charge for the rest of your current contract.

Landline, broadband and mobile

And if a change in circumstances means you’re looking to cut back, there are ways you can save money without having to miss out on services.

The following guides explain how you can get the most from your landline, broadband and mobile deals while being kind to your pocket.

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