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Is it time to embrace automatic switching services?

Widespread consumer inertia and the resulting diminished competition reflect the high switching costs that characterise ‘confusopoly’ markets, such as energy, financial services and telecoms. Next Generation Intermediary services (NGIs) are emerging as an innovative response to these problems. NGIs enable consumers who lack the time or inclination to engage in these markets to say ‘do [
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