Updated: Jun 12
Updated: Jan 31
Could switching your phone provider cut costs? You may be able to save money by switching to a new provider for your internet, mobile phone, landline or TV, or to a bundle deal that's made up of two or more of these services.
Citizens Advice offers advice on switching suppliers. Check how to switch your internet, phone or TV provider - Citizens Advice or see Uswitch.com - Compare Broadband, Mobiles, Insurance & Energy.
Social Tariffs - If you or someone in your household gets Universal Credit, Pension Credit, Employment and Support Allowance, Jobseeker’s Allowance or Income Support, you might be able to get a cheaper internet, mobile or landline deal called a ‘social tariff’. If your provider has a social tariff, you won’t have to pay to move to it and you can move at any time. If your provider doesn't offer a social tariff, you can switch to another provider who does: Check which providers offer social tariffs on the Ofcom website.