Broadband firms urged to offer deals to low-income families

Ms Parker, who lost her job due to the pandemic, claims Universal Credit and has £280 a month to live on. She said she had thought broadband was a “luxury” she would not be able to afford at her new home. In January last year, a house fire destroyed her possessions and she has just moved out of temporary accommodation.

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