Price hikes are coming: BT, Sky, O2, EE, and Three users will see bills rise in days
IF YOU pay for broadband, television or a landline contract with either BT, Sky, O2, EE, Vodafone or Three, you can expect to see your monthly bills increase in the coming weeks. Here’s everything you need to know about the price rises, and what you can do to drop your next bill.
While a barrage of price rises on April 1 might sound like a bad joke, unfortunately, it’s something millions of us will have to face in a few weeks time. A slew of companies have confirmed plans to increase prices for those in-contract for their mobile data, broadband, satellite television, and more. Virgin Media has already cranked-up prices for telly and broadband customers. The average increase for Virgin customers was £3.63 a month (an extra £43.56 each year) but the unlucky ones were hit with £4.50 a month (£54 a year) extra on their Direct Debit.