Inertia

The article in the Daily Telegraph Money section about misplaced loyalty by staying with the same insurance company year after year is not confined to home insurance alone. The AA is now charging me £53pa for breakdown cover after staying with them for seven years, yet is offering new members breakdown cover for £39pa. Surely another case where loyalty does not pay?

Asked on 17 October 2009 by

Answered by Honest John
Actually it's the same with everything: Breakdown services, Mobile phones, ISPs, you name it. They are all up to the same game. You
have to renegotiate your subscription with all of them every year.
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