At a time when we’re tightening our belts more than ever, the last thing anyone needs is increasing broadband bills. Sadly, this is the case for a huge number of customers, from Virgin to Sky and TalkTalk to EE, many providers have already announced their plans to increase prices significantly in April.

If you’re looking to escape price-hiking broadbandits, the good news is that Virgin are giving customers a 30-day window to contact them to exit contracts, meaning you can get out before your bills go up. Other rules may apply for different providers, but with the increase set to happen in April, you need to act fast if you’re thinking about switching!

brsk says you deserve better, which is why they offer transparent pricing and no unexpected price hikes, as well as discounts across all packages for new customers to save even more money.

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On top of that, they offer free installation, saving you an extra £150.

What does this mean for you? Better broadband that won’t break the bank, and no nasty surprises.

This isn’t just another broadband company using the existing old cables under your street; they are independent from all other providers and use their own infrastructure and cables to bring speeds up to 950 Mbps, so when they say it’s fast fibre, they mean it!

They only offer full fibre packages, which is the fastest and most reliable broadband that exists, currently they are running a promotional offer where prices start from £12.50 per month, so you could be paying less for an even better service.

Keen to get involved with the local community here in Stourbridge, brsk hosted a Q&A night at Stourbridge Town Hall last week to share their rollout plans for the area, address questions, and educate the benefits that full fibre brings.

It was attended by a number of residents who all had an opportunity to ask brsk CEO Giorgio Iovino anything about plans for Stourbridge and the Dudley borough.

Speaking of the event, organiser and brsk community engagement manager, Anil Kumar, said: “Working with each community and learning how we can help their unique needs is just as important to us as upgrading the broadband infrastructure.

"Whether it be providing free internet to schools or giving community centres and locals hubs access to some of the UK’s best Wi-Fi, brsk wants to make a positive contribution and hopes that residents are looking forward to what this rollout will bring to the area.”

brsk is currently rolling out lightning-fast full fibre across Stourbridge, Kingswinford, and Brierley Hill, with work starting soon in Cradley Heath, Shenley and Selly Oak.

To find out if you can get better broadband, check your postcode here.