Competition Hots up as Providers Offer More Bundles To Keep Customers

When considering your next broadband and phone package, you have to take into consideration a number of important factors.

Firstly, it all depends on if you are using the internet a lot or if you are a casual user. If you are a light user of the internet then you will only require a 10GB bundle. Yet there is a broadband and phone package to suit everyone.

It is simply down to what you are after and there are several advantages to doing a dual package. Some providers like Talk Talk will give you the opportunity to enjoy free international calls, weekday calls or weekday calls.

So if you like a good natter on the weekend then there is a package to suit you. Plus Net are another company that is offering super-fast broadband. They have been established for fifteen years and are currently delivering some of the cheapest broadband deals to consumers.

They have a number of advantages including a dedicated 24 hour 7 days a week customer service team. Most importantly they are based in Yorkshire enabling you to speak to a UK advisor at your own convenience. This is significantly important particularly if your internet fails in the middle of the night!

Another company that has been around for a while but have dramatically overhauled their services is BT. They currently offer a number of BT broadband packages that will have you drooling at the mouth in anticipation.

This is thanks to their super infinity packages that give you the chance to download up to four times faster, play a host of games and enjoy a seamless browsing experience.

Other advantages that BT broadband offers include free 24 hour 7 days a week customer service and free access to dedicated BT hotspots.

This means that you will have the chance to access around 3 million dedicated BT hotspots around the country. This is extremely useful for when you are on the move and offers a great deal of portability.

This is even more important if you are a business and you are constantly out doing meetings and moving…

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