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Bills Ultimate Guide

Bills are rubbish. Don't go broke because of them

By David Ellis
20th February 2014

In an acutely depressing reminder that 'real life' is getting ever closer, moving into a new student house brings with it the pain of household bills.

There's no upside to paying bills, but it beats the downside of having no water, heating, electricity or anything else. Cutting the costs of your bills is about knowing how you're paying and what pushes up your costs, then combating it.

Save as much as possible by following the guides below - but remember monthly bills turn friendly, happy atmospheres into grumpy, tense awkwardness: they are the fiscal equivalent of a mobile ringing in the cinema. The best way to keep everyone happy is to get the cheapest prices.

Choosing broadband

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Getting cheap car & bike insurance

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Gas & electricity

Water

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About Student Bills

“Yay! Gas & electricity! Setting up broadband!” ...said no-one ever. We know bills are boring – but they’re expensive too. Granted, many students idea of saving on bills is to never turn the heating on, but we don’t think that’s necessary. Read our ultimate guide for our top tips. Then go enjoy that hot shower you now won’t have to pay through the nose for.

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