Relish is now listed on Broadbandchoices and partner websites. In working together, more people will discover that there is now a better way to get broadband in central London.
4G and wireless networks that are completely dedicated to data mean that Relish can do away with many things other providers need, such as long waits to get connected, broadband installation labour, long term contracts and charges for landlines that rarely get used.
The cost of having a phone line has rocketed by almost 40% since 2009* and broadband-only packages are few and far between. The options readily available at the moment are significantly more expensive and people are growing tired of paying for a phone line they never use. The UK pays 50% more for broadband bundles than other European packages, and prices don't seem to be showing any signs of decreasing.
Our own research** has shown that sentiment towards line rental charges is at an all-time low, with 37% of households admitting they would get rid of their landline altogether if they could, and 1 in 10 admitting they don't even have their home phone plugged in. For those in central London, getting rid of it is a possibility.
Relish contracts are both competitive and flexible. With 12 month and 1 month rolling contracts available, customers only pay £20 a month.
Whilst most providers offer unlimited data packages, very few offer 'truly unlimited' packages - Relish does. No caps or catches, it really is unlimited. For those who do lots of downloading - or stream loads of films, TV programmes and video clips online - or live with several other people who all use the internet, broadband with a data allowance just isn't enough. So this is an all-round perfect solution.
Finally, switching to Relish couldn't be easier. Next working day delivery and instant set up means there is no downtime. Plus it offers a 14-day money-back guarantee, so you can give it a try without cancelling an existing service beforehand. There's nothing to lose and you can say goodbye to the landline.
*The line rental charges from all major providers were analysed in August 2009 and Oct 2015, revealing an average increase in price of 40%.
**Independent study of 2,000 UK line rental customers conducted on behalf of broadbandchoices.co.uk during March 2014.