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Our family works hard for their money and I do my best to stretch our dollar, and that includes shopping for the best deals possible. It’s time for us to sign a new cable contract and we’re trying to decide whether to re-sign or to switch to satellite. I can’t begin to tell you the hours I’ve spent contacting each individual company in the past and then wondering if it was worth my time. Allconnect.Com, just made my job much easier.
Allconnect is an authorized reseller with the largest source of home service information obtained directly from hundreds of trusted providers. Quickly and easily evaluate and compare all of your home service options, find bundle savings, and get independent money-saving tips all in one place.
With all your connections in one place simply go to their website, search the utility you’re looking for, and they will show you the price options from different companies in your area. In my case Charter Communications and Dish Network. They displayed the different plans to me and I was able to see what each plan includes.
Allconnect doesn’t only shop TV prices but bundles, internet, home phone, electricity, natural gas, home security and appliances. This site is free to use and guarantees the lowest prices. Need some help? No problem they also provide award winning customer service.
Are you moving or have a move in your future? Visit Allconnect and type in your new address and find out the utility companies in your area, and at the same time compare the lowest prices for the services you need. This will cut the time you spend searching for the providers in your area and shopping prices by hours. Better yet you can even order the services directly from your computer.
Below is a screen shot of the TV opportunities in my are. This allowed me to compare apples to apples with channels. Our family demands HD TV and I found one company didn’t even provide HD for our area. For only $10 more a month we’re able to get HD and local channels too.
I feel much better about signing a new contract for our TV and knowing we’re getting the most for our money. Next comparison on my list? Our home phone service!
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