Lyca Mobile: 73% of British consider switching mobile provider

Over 70% of British are considering switching mobile providers as the cost of living crisis causes people to save money, according to research by Lyca Mobile…


A further 65% of contract customers of Vodafone, EE, O2 and Three stated the cost of living crisis has made them reconsider their phone contract.


Although 64% said they felt loyal to their mobile provider, 41pc said they think they are overpaying for their current tariff.  Of those surveyed, 35% say they only stay with their current mobile provider as it is too much of a nuisance to switch.


During the cost of living crisis, 58pc have said they would reassess their loyalty to the four main MNOs and switch to alternatives such as MVNOs which could help smaller providers.


Lyca Mobile chairman Allirajah Subaskaran said: “As households across the UK continue to be squeezed by rising bills and price hikes, consumers are increasingly frustrated and unafraid to ask the all-important question: ‘Is this service giving me the best value of money?’


“This is shaking up the mobile services market, and beginning a move away from the big four to alternative providers that offer low-value deals to suit changing consumer needs.”


“Everyone should be able to stay connected, which is why Lyca Mobile is proud to deliver great value offers that give customers one less thing to worry about during these difficult times.”



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