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Uswitch comments on the Oscars 2021 Best Picture nominations and where to watch

Nick Baker, TV and streaming expert at Uswitch.com, comments: “This year’s Oscars have given us some really exciting Best Picture nominations, and UK film fans will be desperate for the chance to watch them...

Uswitch comments on the launch of Disney+ Star

Nick Baker, TV and streaming expert at Uswitch.com, says: “The new addition of Star from Disney+ beefs up the options for adults, and brings a host of classic TV programmes such as Lost, 24 and Futurama to...

Uswitch comment on Sky broadband and TV price rises

Nick Baker, broadband expert at Uswitch.com, says: “Almost one million Sky subscribers could see their annual bill go up by as much as £72 at a time when many household budgets are already...

Lockdown let down: Less than half of big four broadband customers satisfied with their service

More than half of customers of the ‘Big Four’ broadband providers (BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media) were unhappy with the service they received during lockdown, according to new research by Uswitch.com...

Uswitch comments on Netflix price rises

Nick Baker, streaming and TV expert at Uswitch.com, says: “Netflix has been a lifeline for many people during lockdown, so this price rise is an unwanted extra expense for households feeling the financial pressure...

Uswitch comments on new Sky Football and Sky Premier League channel bundle

Nick Baker, TV expert at Uswitch.com, comments on Sky Sports announcing new sports packages for football fans: “Sky Sports has stormed into a two-nil lead in the battle against bitter Premier League rivals BT Sport with this nifty price cut...

Uswitch comments on BT price rise for Sport and TV customers

BT has announced that from 1st November 2020 the price for BT Sport and TV will go up by up to £6 a month for some of its customers. Nick Baker, TV expert at Uswitch.com, comments: “Price rises are never welcome, but...

Locked-down households using internet for 41 hours a week – Southampton sees biggest surge

Households are spending 41 hours a week online as workers and schoolchildren stay home[1] – 29% increase since lockdown[2] Average household has eight web-connected gadgets[3], with up to five devices …

Consumers watching 170 million extra hours of streaming services a week

Consumers watching an extra 170 million hours a week of streaming services compared to before lockdown[1] Nearly half of people streaming more TV and films[2], with average household viewing doubling …