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Belgians could save hundreds of euros per year by comparing telecom prices - BIPT

Wednesday 25 November 2020 | 10:09 CET | News
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A study from Belgian regulator BIPT showed that people could save a considerable amount of money on their telecom bill if they compared prices among operators, such as on its besttarief.be website. For example, looking at classic triple-play offers, the difference runs to EUR 114 per year between the cheapest and most expensive operator. For quadruple play, the difference goes even higher, to EUR 405 per year. For a mobile subscription, people on the cheapest consumer deal will pay up to EUR 127 less per year than those on the most expensive. Cordcutters, who only want internet as a fixed

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Categories: General
Companies: BIPT / Orange / Proximus / Telenet / Voo
Countries: Belgium
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