Tell us: are you struggling to pay your telecoms bills?

Tell us: are you struggling to pay your telecoms bills?

We’d like to hear from people in the UK about how the cost of living crisis is affecting their ability to pay telecoms bills

Millions of UK households are struggling to pay telecoms bills

As the cost of living crisis continues to bite, nearly six million UK households are struggling to pay their mobile, landline and broadband bills.

The squeeze has already forced many to cut back on essentials such as food and clothes, cancel or change a service or miss payments to be able to afford their telecoms bills.

With inflation at a 40-year high and energy bills are forecast to soar to £3,600 annually this winter, more households are finding it harder to cover the cost of staying connected to essential telecoms services.

We’d like to hear from people in the UK about how the cost of living crisis is affecting their ability to pay telecoms bills. Have you had to cancel or downgrade a service of package you had previously received? What are you cutting back on to afford broadband or mobile bills? Have you had to change providers?

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