Millions of EE customers can knock £510 off their bill

A recent study by giffgaff has shown that one in four (24 per cent) UK adults claim to have not noticed their bills increasing due to paying them on autopilot. While less than half the nation (40 per cent) were aware that many mobile phone network providers had increased their prices in April.

And more than one in ten (12 per cent) haven’t checked their phone bill in the last 6 months. Currently on giffgaff, the iPhone 15 is available for as little as £37.46 per month based on a 24-month contract with 25GB of data whereas the exact same phone and data plan is available on other networks for £58.32.

EE customers could make a £510.64 saving if they took the same deal with giffgaff. Ash Schofield, CEO of giffgaff, says: “As the network committed to giving its customers great deals on phones and mobile plans, we wanted to shine a light on just how many people are missing out on money saving opportunities that are right in front of their eyes.

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“We’re all leading increasingly busy lives, and as our findings show, it can often result in us failing to see things that are literally right under our noses. Through this research and unveiling our magic eye installation, we hope that we can help people start to see things more clearly and save some money by switching their phone contract to giffgaff.”

According to giffgaff’s research, over half of the nation weren’t even aware that many mobile phone networks had increased their prices this April. The latest data from Uswitch showed that UK consumers face a collective £14.4 billion bill blow as broadband and mobile price rises kick in.

giffgaff is one of the few mobile networks that hasn’t increased its prices mid-contract and continues to offer phones and monthly plans at great value.