Zopa launches broadband comparison and switching app service

UK-based neobank Zopa has launched a broadband comparison and switching service on its app.

The new option will be offered alongside the company’s existing energy switching service.

“At Zopa, we want to help people improve their finances,” said Clare Gambardella, chief customer officer, Zopa. “Reducing monthly bills not only helps to save money but can also improve your credit score by increasing your disposable income.”

Gambardella added: “That’s why we have introduced money saving services like Broadband switching in our app. We hope this will help customers to spend just minutes comparing deals to find the best value for them.”

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