Brits are unhappy with the amount of money they are paying out to broadband services, according to new research.
A study carried out by ISPreview has found that half the respondents to a survey (52 per cent) think that they pay too much for high-speed internet.
Further figures showed that most participants in the study (31.5 per cent) paid between £16 and £20.99 for their broadband connections.
ISPreview predicted that the feeling among customers displeased with their monthly broadband outgoings could lead to some switching provider.
"Clearly a lot of consumers still think they are paying over the odds for broadband and could potentially switch to a cheaper alternative," said the broadband news provider.
It pointed to previously-gathered data which revealed that 26 per cent of contract holders plan to switch providers when their current deal expires.
A lucky four per cent of those questioned said that they were enjoying "free" broadband.