These days, Internet is almost a necessity for many American families. However, Internet service can become an expensive expense in your budget. To help you, here are three ways you can get cheap Internet.
Most major broadband and DSL providers have cheaper packages if you bundle your Internet service with other services, such as home telephone and cable television. Sometimes, choosing this option is overall less expensive, compared to ordering individual services. Check with your major providers to see the pricing options for bundled packages. It always helps to compare prices.
Don’t always settle for the first quoted price. Those sales representatives make a commission for every new customer they sign up. Take advantage of that by making them work for your sale. Once a sales agent quotes you a price for your Internet service, comment back with how a major competitor was willing to offer you the same type of service speed for a cheaper price. Often times, the sales agent will be willing to match or go lower than the competitor’s price. Of course, every company has their cutoff limit, so be mindful of that.
3. Extra promotions
Many major Internet providers have extra promotional offers that they are willing to use to help reel you into a sale, such as a new customer discount, paperless billing discount and direct withdrawal discount. However, you should search for any additional savings, such as special coupons, extended contract terms, or affiliate referrals. Often times, you can get an even lower price for your Internet if you refer a friend or extend the term of your contract by another year. Additionally, you may find coupons on the company’s website.
If you use these three tips, you are sure to get the best Internet for the best prices. Your service may be exponentially lower than other members’ service.