How to get the best deal from your telecoms provider


Published on October 28, 2017, 10:11 am

Published by BCLocalNews Editor

Some providers charge triple the rate of others for the same internet speeds, so be sure to shop around Look at alternative internet providers, which generally charge less, though possibly at the sacrifice of some services If sticking with one of the big names, use the alternatives as reference prices when negotiating "If you don't ask, you don't get" says Mohammed Halabi, director and founder of MyBillsAreHigh When signing up for a new provider, see about extending promotional rates it to a year if they're only offering six months If you've been with a company for a while, make sure to remind them of that loyalty when renegotiating rates Be persistent but polite, and push to speak with people who have the power to offer you the lowest rates.





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