Universal Credit recipients may be able to save 'hundreds of pounds a year' on their bills

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However, criticism has been directed at the wider broadband industry for hiking prices and services above the rate of inflation.

Consumer watchdog Which? has taken aim at the expensive, and often, poor broadband service being rolled out in the UK.

Lisa Barber, Which? Computing Editor, said: “It is simply not good enough that broadband customers are still suffering frequent drop outs, slow speeds and a generally poor internet service at a time when everyday life relies so heavily on a good connection.



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