Let us know how many devices (phones and tablets) you have and we’ll give you a rough estimate of how much you’re being overcharged.
If you give us your phone account details for online billing, our evidence-based engine can 'crunch' your bill and discover the best plan for your business (49% savings average).
We’ll then arrange a free, no obligation consultation to talk you through the findings.
Don’t worry if you don’t have your account details to hand, just send us your contact details via the form below and we’ll email you about how to find out how much you could save.
We’ll need your mobile account login details to be able to analyse your bills.
Do you have more than one network provider or a number of contracts with different end dates?
We can still help.
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And if you’re mid-contract, our monthly Bill Check-up helps you make the most of it.
Billmonitor helps CSH Surrey, Surrey's largest NHS community services provider.
I was initially sceptical about Billmonitor’s ability to achieve savings as our average cost per connection was already less than £10 on public sector tariffs but they really exceeded our expectations and reduced our contract costs by nearly 50%.
The Billmonitor investigation into the B2B mobile provider ‘Wild West’ reveals that only one in ten SMEs get a fair deal from their providers, while Ofcom turns a blind eye.
Billmonitor’s consumer service was the first mobile tariff comparison service to be officially accredited by Ofcom, the UK telecommunications regulator, and forms part of the UK government’s MiData project.
Most businesses have dormant devices they’re not aware of (and that the networks won’t tell you about unless you ask). This alone means the average business is being overcharged by more than 10%.
Many businesses incur massive charges when they go over their monthly allowances, especially for data and international calls. Having the right bundles can prevent this and dramatically reduce costs.
There is no such thing as a free handset – the higher your monthly tariff, the larger the handset fund you should be offered. On average a good handset fund represents about 40% to 50% of your total contract costs.
Using advanced maths to turn the complexity of bills and tariffs into simple, actionable intelligence, it allows users to make informed decisions and save money in a market where the networks do their best to keep things murky.Read more
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