This smart chatbot helps you reduce your bills saving people £149 a year on average - here's how it works

Spring is nearly upon us and it's the time we all take to have a bit of a clear out.  As well as Marie Kondoing your wardrobe, it's a great time to do the same with your finances.

That includes reviewing some of those subscriptions which you don't use much and checking to see if you could be getting a better deal on things like your energy provider you have been with since forever. Turns out overpaying for gas doesn't spark joy...

Luckily, there’s and free and easy way to check all that automatically, avoid nasty surprises, and always make sure you are getting the most from your money: Plum.

Recommended by Financial Times, BBC, and Money Saving Expert and with over 375,000 users in the UK, Plum is on a mission to make everyone better off.

Here's how it works:

1) You link Plum to your bank account so it can analyse your expenses. Using this, Plum calculates how much you can save.

2) Ask Plum about upcoming bills. Spot any surprises and cancel unnecessary expenses.

3) Plum constantly compares bills for you in the background to make sure you're always getting the best deal.

If Plum spots a better deal you can switch providers in under 2mins  straight from your phone and save an average of £149 per year. No need to call anyone or fill out any paperwork, Plum takes care of everything.

Try it now here - it's free.

In fact, Plum can do even more...

It can also automate your Savings.

Because Plum is linked to your bank account. It can analyse your spending patterns and income. It then use that knowledge to put small amounts aside automatically every few days which quickly add up to a nice stash.

In control

Even though it is automatic, you can still adjust how much you want to save or if needed pause for a period of time.  

Withdraw anytime

When you’ve reached your goals, or just need some extra 💰 to pay for your dog’s operation (true story), you can withdraw at any time, as often as you like.

Try it now here - it's free.