At a time when living costs are reaching record highs, several broadband providers are offering special discounted deals to help people receiving benefits to stay connected.

Could you save up to £144 a year on your broadband bills?

If you’re a low-income family receiving Universal Credit or other benefits, you could be eligible for a social broadband tariff and save up to £144 a year on your broadband bills.

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James Newport

Essex County Councillor for Rayleigh North, Rochford District Councillor for Downhall & Rawreth and Rayleigh Town Councillor for Sweyne.

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