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The quick phone call that could reduce your bills


1st Jan 2015 Managing your Money

The quick phone call that could reduce your bills

It’s the perfect time of year for a spring clean—so why not consider ways to cut your household bills too? All you need to do is place one simple phonecall. 

You might be surprised to find that something as simple as switching to a better broadband deal could help you save hundreds of pounds a year. The Reader’s Digest Switching Service offers fast, free and impartial advice that could save you up to £336* on broadband and home phone bills.

Getting a better service is as simple as picking up the phone and speaking to one of our friendly advisors.

They’re trained to recommend the best internet and home phone package based on your needs.They can even recommend combined broadband, phone and digital TV deals, which often offer the best savings.

Your advisor will compare over 11,000 deals using our unique, Ofcom-accredited price comparison calculator. When we’ve found your perfect package, our experts will explain your new package to you and carefully and answer any questions you may have about the service.

We organise everything for you, including installation. In most cases, your new service is up and running within 2–3 weeks.

If you’re looking to cut back on bills this month, why not give Reader’s Digest Switching Service a call and see how much you could save?


Call free on 0800 977 6605 today!


*20% of Simplifydigital customers received a minimum saving of £192 per year, and the top 10% saved a minimum of £336. Data based on 622 Simplifydigital records between August–October 2015. 


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