mobile phone

Save on your handset: Get a refurbished phone and ditch your pricey contract

If, like me, you aren’t enticed by the latest smart phone and its flash new features, perhaps you should consider purchasing a refurbished handset and a Sim-only contract to save money.

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Mistakes on mobile bills cost Brits £64m

Almost three million people in the UK have been overcharged by their mobile phone provider, new research has revealed.

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TalkTalk is the most complained-about broadband and phone provider

TalkTalk has received the most complaints about its broadband and landline service, according to the latest complaints league table published by the communications regulator.

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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.

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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 2012 to a staggering eight in 10 (85%) people in 2017, according to Deloitte’s Global Mobile Survey – UK 2017.

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Save £100s haggling over your mobile bill

What would you do with a £550 windfall?

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EE customers to be hit with broadband price hikes

EE is the latest telecoms provider to announce that customers will be hit with a series of price rises from 16 January 2018.

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Close to a third of mobile phone users can’t make calls at home

As many as three in 10 mobile phone users are suffering from poor or non-existent mobile reception at home, according to research from the price comparison site Uswitch.

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Monzo to close prepaid card sign ups this week – users to be migrated to current accounts

Monzo users are to be contacted and offered access to a new Monzo current account in the next eight weeks, and new sign ups to prepaid cards are set to be closed this week.

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50 ways to make money: Income from your spare time

Household bills have risen 10 times faster than incomes have grown since the start of the financial crisis, research by price comparison website uSwitch has found.

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