mobile phones

Android Pay launches for UK mobile users

Android mobile users can now link their credit and debit cards to their mobile handsets and use their phones to pay for good in shops.

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EU blocks Three from buying rival mobile provider O2

The European Commission has blocked Hutchison, which owns mobile provider Three, from buying Telefonica UK, the firm behind rival provider O2.

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Vodafone launches free mobile roaming in 40 countries

Vodafone has today announced the launch of free mobile roaming in 40 countries worldwide – but the catch is you need to get a specific contract to get it.

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Switching mobiles set to be easier under new plans

Switching mobile phone provider is set to become easier under plans announced by the telecommunications regulator today.

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How to cut mobile costs: iPhone vs Samsung

Thinking of buying the latest mobile but unsure how to cut costs?

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EE and O2 mobile customers to be hit with 1.3% price hike

Millions of EE and O2 mobile customers will be hit with price hikes over the next few months.

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EE brand to remain following BT takeover

EE customers won’t see any change to their contract or prices for now, as new owner BT confirms the mobile brand will remain.

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EE takeover by BT approved: what does it mean for customers?

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today cleared BT to take over EE.

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Moneywise fights for your rights

It took weeks to get our Ikea bed

 

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EU bans mobile phone roaming charges: what does it mean for you?

You can read our roundup here of the best ways to cut your phone costs while travelling, but here’s a quick Q&A on the ban on fees that has just been announced and what it means for you.

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