The popularity of the Internet is growing exponentially. There are more and more tariffs, and from time to time there is a desire and need to change them.
Any internet provider must have their own website. On any such site there is a column or bookmark regarding a variety of tariff plans that include certain special options or promotions designed for a certain circle of customers. Yes, our needs tend to change over time, so the possibility of changing the tariff seems to be very useful.
First of all, decide on the necessary options (preferably in advance, before entering the site), estimate how much traffic you need, what speed and how much you are willing to pay for it. Remember that wording like "speed up to 100 Mbps" does not mean at all that you are exactly 100 and will receive it on an ongoing basis (this is especially difficult with the Internet from USB modems). Legally, you are not deceived, but there is practically no speed on your face, while no claims for communication speed will be recognized as justified. And such a decision does not contradict the laws. This is our current reality.
So, you went to the corresponding page of your provider and several very advantageous, at first glance, offers immediately strike your eye. Do not rush to conclusions: look for stars or small footnotes on the page, most often in small print - there may be the most important thing, and not always attractive. There is no way that everything is free. This is called "free cheese only happens in a mousetrap." Most likely, this way you will find some pitfalls. Also pay attention to various holiday or customer promotions for tariff plans.
After completing all the above operations, make your choice, but for complete confidence, evaluate similar offers from other providers: perhaps their indicators will convince you of the correctness of your decision, and, perhaps, it will be to change not only the tariff, but also the provider.
In conclusion, I would like to say that in addition to prices and services, look at various independent forums for reviews about the work of certain providers or ask friends and acquaintances: beautiful words are one thing and quite another is the clear and high-quality implementation of the promised services. Trust large, proven, well-established companies.