usave.co.uk is an independent and impartial price comparison site, committed to helping consumers make the right choices when it comes to utilities, insurance, and personal finance.
Modern life costs money. From utilities bills to phone plans, insurance to loan repayments, we’ve all got regular outgoings that can easily add up. Our aim is to help you save money on those unavoidable expenses while making sure you’re getting the service you need.
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Hassle free switch over of my broadband supplier, even managed to get a better deal! Highly rated and would recommend to friends and family.
12. 10. 2020
A hassle free switch over. Good customer service at an affordable price. Would recommended to family and friends.
12. 10. 2020
Straight forward process and completed on time. Would use again.
12. 10. 2020
Easy process. They were able to save on my current broadband service with no hassle.
8. 10. 2020
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In fact, especially when it comes to broadband and mobile plans, we often get access to exclusive deals and offers that aren’t available if you go direct to the providers themselves.
We’re not affiliated or partnered with any particular providers, and our commission will never impact how we display or order deals for any products or services you compare. You’ll always have the choice to filter and order deals by whatever criteria you consider most important.
We know that saving money is an ongoing process. Even if you’ve got the cheapest energy tariff going, you could still cut down what you’re spending by being careful about how and when you use your appliances, for example.
And even beyond saving money, there are any number of questions you might have about day-to-day utilities usage or personal finance: How do you read an electricity meter? Should you be using a VPN? What actually is a credit rating?
We’ve put together large (and growing) banks of guides on all of our products to help you stay informed not just on how to pick the right deal, but also on how to keep saving into the future, as well as general troubleshooting.