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Broadband bundles are not always the best option, according to one personal finance advice provider.

FinancialAdvice.co.uk has stressed that some broadband customers may not need an extensive TV package, in which case there is no point in paying for the service as part of a bundle.

"While there are obvious occasions where buying TV subscriptions, broadband and telephone services as a bundle are very economical, are you really making the most of the services available?" the website asks customers.

However, for those that will make the most out of an all-in-one option, it was underlined bundles are still a good way of saving.

"If you decide that your TV subscriptions, with for example Sky, are merited then why not consider the full package of broadband and telephone services as well?" the advice service said.

Sky was recently confirmed as the UK's fastest-growing broadband provider, with 1.96 million customers now signed up, many taking advantage of triple-play TV, telephony and broadband bundles.

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