As many as 70 per cent of Brits could be saving money on their broadband by opting to sign up to the service as part of a bundle.
This is suggested by recent research conducted by Moneysupermarket, which found that seven in ten Brits have a separate provider for TV, land line and broadband.
According to the price comparison site, these consumers could save £26 per month by bundling all three services into one package.
Rob Barnes, head of broadband and mobiles at Moneysupermarket, added: "Dealing with different providers and organising various bills can be a nightmare.
"However, with bundled deals you'll receive just one bill each month making it far easier to keep an eye on expenses."
Mr Barnes went on to predict the rise of bundles in the TV, telephony and broadband markets over the coming years.