I am pleased to say that Alex has done some research :-
Surprisingly there is only one accredited broadband comparison site under 4 different names. Do read it.
Update: Apparently one of them is not the same!
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That they permitted that just about tells you everything you need to know about OfCom.ReplyDelete
Bureaucrats like Ofcom shouldn't be accrediting consumer websites. They obviously have too much money.ReplyDelete
Proves my point.ReplyDelete
There all in it for the cash (Commission). Not generally helping the customers. These comparison websites also censor alot of comments, if a customer is not happy with a provider.
I have also updated my post to include the original call recording. Just for completeness and transparency.ReplyDelete
I have now updated my blog post with the original call recording, warts and all, just for completeness and to show what my source was for the information I put in my blog post.ReplyDelete