Almost half of broadband customers have been put off the idea of haggling with their provider because it is ‘too much hassle’, despite average savings of £120 a year. Nearly half of households have never contacted their provider to ask for a better deal, while a quarter have been with the same supplier for more than three years. Consumer group Which? asked more than 5,000 broadband customers how much they paid for their broadband, whether they had haggled for a new deal or switched in the past 12 months and if so, how much they saved. And it found that out of the 51% who had negotiated, the majority had been successful. Read More Top money stories In fact, more than three quarters were offered an incentive, discount or a better deal. When Which? asked customers who had never asked for a better deal if they were paying more, less or the same as when they first signed up to their deal, most said they paid the same. But results varied across the providers included in the survey, with two in five of Vodafone customers saying they were paying less than when they first signed up, while three in 10… Read full this story
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