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Four million individuals may save £230 on broadband.

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Four million people may save £230 a year on their broadband rates.

Almost four million low-income households may be losing out on savings of up to $230 a year on broadband deals.

There are “social pricing” offered by BT, Sky, and Virgin Media, but just 55,000 of the 4.2 million eligible users have signed up.

For this reason, Sun Money is urging the Government to do significantly more to help those who are struggling. mCustomers should be able to convert to a social tariff more easily.

Many still require you to call in order to receive a copy of it. These lower-cost plans are only offered by six carriers while 75% of eligible clients are with a company that does not have one.

ROSE MULVEY was stunned when she read in The Sun about a little-known program that may save her hundreds of dollars a year on her internet service.

Due to the devastating cost of living crisis, she will be able to use the extra money she saves.

After being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, Rose, 31, from Exeter, had to give up her career as a doctor and apply for Universal Credit.

When she is unable to leave the house, she relies on the internet to stay in touch with her loved ones and friends.

But she didn’t realize that she was eligible for a lower broadband rate because she claimed the benefit..

DIVORCED mother of two By switching to BT’s social tariff, Gina Hackett saved £300 a year.

Both she and her 12-year-old son Malcolm rely on the internet to conduct their job searches and complete their homework.

Gina, 43, was overjoyed when she called BT and discovered that the company’s Essentials pricing allowed her to reduce her monthly payments from £40 to $15.

Because of this, she thinks people are missing out. Derby resident Gina feels broadband firms and the government should promote lower-cost solutions.

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