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Mobile providers could be banned from selling locked phones under new proposals
The move could make it easier for mobile users to switch networks and get a better deal
Broadband and phone firms compelled to tell customers about the best deals under new rules
Broadband, phone and TV companies will have to tell customers when their contract is coming to an end and show them the best…
Deal of the week: 15,000 Nectar points when you take out an EE mobile contract
If you take out a new mobile contract at an EE store you can collect up to 15,000 Nectar points.What’s the deal…
Broadband, TV and mobile users to be alerted when contract ends
Customers with landline, broadband, TV and mobile contracts will be notified when they approach the end of their minimum…
Most Moneywise readers still use landlines at home (but only just)
Landlines remain the most popular to make phone calls from home, according to the results of Moneywise’s latest reader poll.
Beware the hidden cost of 118 calls
Consumers can be charged exorbitant rates when they use directory enquiry services, such as 118 or 070 numbers. Older callers …
Vodafone mobile users to be hit with 3.6% price hike
Vodafone customers with a pay monthly contract who signed up on or after 5 May 2016 will be hit with a 3.6% price hike from…
Three mobile users to be hit with 4% price hike
Three has become the latest mobile provider to confirm that pay monthly customers will be hit with a 4% price hike from May.
O2 to hit 8.5m mobile users with 4% price hike
O2 has confirmed that around 8.5 million mobiles users will be hit with a 4% price hike from their April bills.This…
Does anyone really need a £1,000 mobile phone?
We really love our smartphones in the UK. Ownership increased from just over half (52%) of the UK population in…