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The team here at iCompareBroadband.co.uk are 100 percent independent and remain committed to our goal of publishing unbiased editorial news articles regarding the latest value-for-money deals and services as-and-when they happen. Updated daily, this site aims to help the consumer easily find the service(s) they require – while offering alternatives, useful resources and contact information.
In order for us to continue to do this – we participate in a number of affiliate partner programmes – which may pay a commission for any sales generated as a result of links visited in our news articles, comparisons tables or provider reviews. This does not inflate or add to the cost of services being offered; in-comparison to those advertised outside of the affiliated services featured. On the contrary, many deals featured from partner programmers include offers and pricing not always available on the wider provider website.
“As a corner stone of our service we strive to keep information up-to-date. However, we are not responsible for the information on external sites”.
While every effort is made to keep the information on this site up-to-date, human error or misinformation will be inevitable on the rare occasion. If this does happen we waver any liability as our service is provided in good faith. By using our service you accept this disclaimer and agree to our terms.
We are not in control and therefore not responsible for the information on external sites. This is including but not limited to the UK ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) featured on this site. The accuracy and details are the sole responsibility of the named companies and any discrepancies between products and services ordered and that what is actually received is the sole responsibility of the provider. Please contact the relevant provider » if you are experiencing an issue you believe relates to the inaccuracy of information given at the time of your order.
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If you are experiencing difficulties relating to an order placed via our site, which has not concluded to your satisfaction – after discussing any issues with your provider please feel free to contact us » giving details and we will be more than happy to help if we can. However, we do recommend contacting Ofcom » (the UK government regulatory body which oversees the telecoms industry), whereby your case may be be investigated.