Save Assist provides consumers with information, deals and alerts to upcoming contract changes to help individuals manage their money
Personal finance app Frost has added a broadband switching service to its automated provider switching tool, called Save Assist.
The UK-based fintech made the announcement on the back of a recent 17.3% broadband price hike in the country, which adds to the rising cost of living.
Alongside its Visa debit card, the Frost app compares tariffs for household bills and offers tools to manage money and savings.
Save Assist provides consumers with information, deals and alerts to upcoming contract changes to help individuals manage their money.
In addition, the app will highlight sustainable broadband providers, it has plans to plant trees in customers’ names for referrals, and Frost says it is getting together with the greenest companies in each sector to get its users the best prices.
Speaking on the product line expansion, co-founder Pawel Oltuszyk said: “We are proud to be offering such a valuable tool to our customers during these uncertain times.
“By providing an easy-to-use platform that empowers individuals to make better financial decisions, we hope to help millions of households regain control of their personal finances.”
Manchester-headquartered Frost recently raised £1.87m in a crowdfunding campaign via Seedrs.