The amount households spend on entertainment bundles has increased to record levels, a national review of internet users' spending habits has shown.
Vision and Value 2014 - an examination of television, broadband and home phone usage among consumers who choose to bundle the services - found that monthly spending on bundles has increased since 2013, costing each household an average of £50 per month.
This equates to an overall national spend of £3.3 billion - the highest it has ever been.
The report also found that almost one in five UK bundle users is spending an additional £10 per month for online TV subscriptions.
More top news
David Cameron faces a revolt over the EU referendum, as he is accused of "disrespect" for dismissing local party activists' views on Europe.
Dame Helen Mirren was forced to improvise during an awards acceptance speech as mic slips to down to half her height.
The Duchess will carry out her first engagement as Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadets after assuming the role in December.