Is your phone bill going up this April?
If you’re with one of the ‘big four’ providers the chances are your monthly bill will be increasing again.
This time every year the big mobile networks in the UK put your bill up, mid contract (check your small print 🙄).
EE, Three and Vodafone will increase prices by more than 14%, whilst O2 customers are looking at hikes of 17.3%.
But expensive exit fees of up to £400 make it impossible for most people to opt out.
Ofcom is currently investigating mid-contract price rises. Whilst Which? is calling on providers to let customers leave their contract free of charge if their prices go up.
An EE spokesperson has said the following:
“While price rises are never welcome, we do feel this year’s increase, of around £1 per week for the average customer receiving the rise, reflects incredible value given the cost increases we’re facing, the considerable investments we’re making, and ultimately the additional data that’s being consumed month on month by our customers”
a better way
Just because prices hikes are the norm, that doesn’t make them right.
It’s one of the reasons Andy and Josh started Honest, and why we have a loyalty discount that rewards you for your loyalty instead.
For every month you’re with us, your bill gets cheaper, automatically. Around 0.4% cheaper every month, which works out 5% cheaper every year, capped at 30%.
When you sign up to our 12-month plan you even get a 10% boost.
Any questions? Send us a message via the help section of the app. Someone will be with you in seconds 🏃