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How much are you paying to access the internet every year? The answer for most of us is likely to be "too much" – and finding the best deal isn't quite as easy as it used to be.

Today's broadband includes an ever-expanding variety of options ranging from cable and satellite to dedicated internet service providers (ISPs) and even mobile options, but making sense of these choices and saving money in the process no longer has to be a chore.

Broadband Expert's availability checker and comparison engine makes short work of uniting consumers with the right TV & internet service at the best price, and better yet, it doesn't cost a dime. Their accurate, unbiased service is part of privately owned RichWeb Media LLC, a company specializing in saving consumers money through practical, no-nonsense advice.

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Being independent from internet providers, Broadband Expert helps consumer's research all options at any given address. Broadband Expert's CEO Rob Webber explains that "many services start off at low introductory costs to entice new customers. However, if you have been with the same provider for more than six months, the chances are you are paying more than you need to and could save by switching to a better deal."

Broadband Expert helps sniff out the best deal across the widest range of TV and internet providers, including AT&T, Charter, XFINITY, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH, CenturyLink, Time Warner Cable and Verizon.

For many consumers, TV and internet have become as ubiquitous as traditional utilities like gas, water and electric. While there may be limited choices available for those services, there are plenty of providers waiting to serve you, and Broadband Expert is here to help you find them.