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With the end of Christmas comes the new year and time for resolutions. With broadband now firmly embedded in the nation's homes a key resolution is to ensure you have the best broadband for your money in 2009 say analysts at broadband.co.uk.

With January comes the natural belt tightening after the financial excesses of Christmas, and one of the easiest places to make savings is with your broadband connection.

“Many broadband customers who have been with their providers for more than 12 months will find that they may be paying more than new customers with the same supplier” says Edd Dawson, managing director of broadband.co.uk.

Many suppliers do not move their customers onto newer, cheaper tariffs when their minimum contract term expires meaning that they are paying a premium for their service.

It's simple enough using a broadband comparison table such as is available at www.broadband.co.uk to look up your current supplier to see if their prices for new customers are more competitive.

“Often if you contact your current supplier and ask to be moved to their new prices in return for signing up for a minimum term again you will find they'll usually agree” adds Dawson.

Of course checking the comparison tables regularly you may find an alternative supplier offering better prices and features, and moving supplier is easy with the Migration Authorisation Code (MAC) system. Simply call your supplier and ask for your MAC code and then provide this to the new supplier when you sign up online and the transition will be handled smoothly behind the scenes.

About broadband.co.uk
· We are one of the original broadband information and comparison sites
having been launched in 2004
· With well over 1 million visitors per year we are the UK's leading source of
broadband information and advice
· We provide beginners guides to all areas of broadband along with
discussion forums, speedtester and broadband postcode lookup
functionality
· We provide a unique free “Ask the expert” service where our broadband
expert answers any query related to broadband, technical, comparison and
related

For more information contact Fiona Conner on 0115 959 6460 or email
press@broadband.co.uk

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