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How to reduce your home broadband bills by half.

27 Jan 2018
4G to WIFI

Most people are paying two broadband bills (or more)  a month!

..a standard broadband bill for the house  and  a monthly plan for the phone.

These bills combined can add  up to a lot.

So why not just stop paying for one?

 

You can reduce your home broadband bills if you can satisfy the following criteria:

  1. You have an unlimited data plan on your phone. So called,  “All you can eat data!”
  2. You have good mobile signal inside your house.

 

Here’s what you do.

When you need internet in your home,  switch on mobile hotspot on your phone, and just use that for your home broadband needs.

All your home devices (tablets, computers etc….) can connect to your mobile hotspot.

Most phones are on 4G now which is super fast. All you need to check is do you have an unlimited data plan on your phone.

If the 4G signal is poor in your house, then just install a 4G signal repeater. No extra SIM / bill required.

 

This solution makes particular sense for holiday homes where your internet usage is not all year round, and a second monthly internet bill would be wasteful.

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