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Supporting Which? in their campaign to stop mid-contract broadband price hikes

Our prices remain frozen and we’ll help customers locked into slow, unreliable services with other providers

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Consumer champion Which? is calling for unpredictable broadband price hikes to be banned and we’re right behind them.

We’ve already reaffirmed our commitment to the price freeze we pledged earlier this year and that still stands.

We will not be increasing our prices to customers. What they pay today is what they will pay for the duration of their contract.

Latest research from Which? reveals broadband customers could be charged as much as £150 more than they expected over the course of their contract due to two years of inflation-linked price hikes.

Which? are calling for broadband providers to do the right thing and stop the practice, something Quickline supports wholeheartedly.

What’s more, our new market-leading offer “Free Until You’re Free” invites new customers to sign up for our broadband service today, connect to Quickline straight away and avoid hefty exit fees from existing providers by receiving our broadband for free, until the contract with their existing provider ends.

Sean Royce, Quickline CEO said: “Many of the big providers raise prices for customers when they are midway through their contracts which can see them paying considerably higher prices for their broadband than when they first signed up.

“At a time when the cost of living continues to be a real issue for households, we don’t think this is fair and so we have stuck to our price freeze promise.

“And to offer even more assurance to customers, we’re inviting them to join us for free today, while they are waiting for their contracts with other providers to come to an end.

“We don’t want to see them having to pay to escape their contracts, so we’re providing them with a safety net without any additional costs.”

Quickline are urging broadband customers concerned about increasing costs to get in touch today and see what we can do to help.

Call us on (01482) 247365 and we’ll show you how we can help provide a fast and reliable service at a price you can trust.

Read the latest news from Which? – https://www.which.co.uk/news/article/upcoming-mid-contract-price-hikes-could-see-customers-pay-150-extra-for-their-broadband-deal-aUk2W1G7u9LX

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