If you’re on a low income you could get a cheaper internet, mobile or phone deal called a ‘social tariff’. This could mean a saving of around £200 a year.
“Social tariffs are cheaper broadband and phone packages for people claiming Universal Credit, Pension Credit and some other benefits. Some providers call them ‘essential’ or ‘basic’ broadband.”
Read more at Ofcom’s website.
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