As 2018 starts to wind down and we start to countdown the days to New Year… It’s time to start thinking about New Year’s resolution.
Are you dreaming of a fitter, healthier you? Perhaps you want to pay down debt, or start saving? You could quit alcohol, sugar, smoking, or any number of unhealthy habits.
But, as anyone who has made one knows, the problem with New Year’s resolutions is that nearly 90% of them are broken by the end of January. In fact, how often does the same resolution appear year after year?
But, you don’t need to spend another year feeling guilty about not completing a New Year’s resolution! Why not start with something smart and easy that you can actually stick to?
A resolution that could help save up to $400 over the year – to go into savings, a gym membership, a new hobby, or a better you. Even better, you can do it now, so you can start the New Year with a resolution ticked off your list!
Compare your broadband and power plans to see how much you could save by switching
Take a few minutes to compare broadband or compare power plans to see how much you could save by switching to a new plan. It’s easy, and it only takes a few minutes – simply type your address in the address finder and start comparing plans today!
The way we shop for power and internet is changing as New Zealanders join the comparison revolution
Research carried out by NZ Compare earlier this year indicated that customers tended to wait until they move house to change broadband plan – meaning that thousands of Kiwi household were paying up to $400 a year too much for their broadband on legacy plans with an old provider. However, our latest research has seen a change in shopping behaviour with an increase in customer movements between competing providers without the bill payer moving hour.
In fact, New Zealanders are becoming savvier and changing the way they shop for a broadband connection. When asked about the factors that were most important in choosing a new broadband plan – price, amount of data, download speed and promotional offer were all at the top of the list.