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Expiring EE SIM cards a data rip-off

Moneywise helps a reader who feels ripped off.

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I tangled myself in a web of mobile finance and it nearly got me in trouble

I do everything in my financial life through my mobile phone. From current to savings accounts and credit cards and reward cards, I have turned my money fully digital and I find it makes managing money much easier.

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Stop charging customers for phones they already own, Citizens Advice tells mobile contract providers

Mobile phone users are being ripped off by up to £38 per month because providers continue to charge them for a phone they already own once their contract ends, says Citizens Advice.

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No-deal Brexit - what will be the impact on our personal finances?

The government is set to sit down at the negotiating table with Brussels once again to thrash out a deal for when we exit the EU.

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Can my phone company make me pay this old debt?

Moneywise helps a reader with an old mobile phone debt.

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Virgin Mobile to up prices for 1.6 million users

Around 1.6 million pay monthly Virgin Mobile customers will be hit with price hikes of 3.3% from July, the provider has announced.

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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 April.

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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.

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Millions of EE customers to be hit with 4.1% mobile price hike

Millions of EE pay monthly mobile and mobile broadband customers who joined or upgraded from 26 March 2014 will be hit with a 4.1% price hike from 30 March, the provider has announced.

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