A fast, reliable broadband service is nearly as important as any household utility: for job hunting and applying for jobs, for shopping, shopping around and getting the best deals.
To help customers receiving financial support to afford a broadband connection, some providers offer ‘social tariffs’, at much lower prices. It’s the same (or very similar) service, just at a lower price. For example, the BT social tariff would save you £15 every month.
If you receive universal credit have a look here to see the various deals summarised. If you want to use one of them, check first to see if there is a penalty that might apply to your current contract.