These are the 9 things that will cost you more from April this year

With the cost of Christmas only just becoming a distant memory, a whole host of price increases are set to hit your pocket in April.

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 11:24 am
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 12:33 pm
These are the 9 things that will cost you more from April this year

From council tax to stamps, here are the 9 price rises to expect next month.

NHSdentalcharges are set to increase by 1.10 to 22.70, 62.10 and 269.30 over Band 1, 2 and 3 from April1, 2019.
Just before the turn of the month on March 25, 2019 The Royal Mail is increasing the prices for first and second class stamps.First class stamps are to rise by 3p,to 70p, while 2nd class ones will also go up by 3p, to 61p.

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The standard colour TVlicence fee is going up by 4 to 154.50 . The cost of an annual black and white licence will rise from 50.50 to 52.00.The new amount comes into force on April 1, 2019.
Mobile contracts are set to get more expensive from Aprilin line with the Retail Prices Index measure of inflation.EE customers will see increases of 2.7 %, while O2, Three and Vodafone customers will see a hike of 2.5%.
Sky Entertainment, Sky Fibre Broadband and Sky Talk Anytime customers are set to see an increase of 2 per month for each service from April 1, 2019.
The 4.5% average council tax rise in England is equivalent to 75 on a typical band D property.
People who pay for prescriptions in England will see charges increase by 20p from 8.80 to 9 poundon April 1, 2019.
The energy price cap on standard tariffs is set to rise from April 1,2019 costing on average an extra120 a year.
From April 1, 2019, United Utilities will be increasing the average household water billby 2.1%.