Ways to ease your monthly outgoings when strapped for cash

In these times of economic hardship it is no surprise that people are looking out for ways to cut down their monthly outgoings. One of the easiest ways to do this is to make an assessment of the bills that you are paying every month and checking to see if you can get a better deal elsewhere.

Technology services are often changing their contracts, and if you haven’t switched broadband providers recently, then the chances are you’re not going to be taking advantage of the best deal open to you.

In fact, a company, Direct Save Telecom, have recently launched what they claim is the cheapest way to get broadband in your home. They have released a broadband connection which costs less than £2.50 a month – although you are going to have to pay an additional £13 in line rental on top of that.

This deal works out as an average saving of around £150 a year, a figure that most people would welcome being cut off their annual bills. Customers who take advantage of this deal are going to have to subscribe to a two-year contract, but it does come with a wireless router and free installation.

As you would expect for a deal of such low-cost, there are some restrictions. For example, you are only able to download 20 gigabytes in a month. A representative from the popular savings website uSwitch.com has stated, “It is now the case that most people in the country do have a broadband connection. What these people don’t tend to realise though is that they are generally going to be paying too much for it and that one of the easiest ways to save is by simply switching provider.”

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