mobile phones

Post Office to enter mobile market

The Post Office is to launch a mobile phone service, in partnership with EE from the autumn.

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New EU roaming cap sees mobile phone costs fall

New rules that will cap mobile roaming fees across the EU are introduced on 1 July, but research shows that one in six holidaymakers still suffers from "bill shock".

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EE rolls out broadband to non-mobile customers

EE is rolling out its broadband service to non-mobile phone customers for the first time.

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Missed mobile bills hamper future credit

Paying your mobile bill late or not at all puts your chances of obtaining credit, including mortgages, at risk.

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Mobile banking frees up a day per year

Using mobile apps saves bank customers 96 million hours and 24 million miles of travelling every year - that's 24 hours and 73 miles each.

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Ofcom looks to lower cost of mobile phone calls

The cost of mobile phone calls between different networks is set to fall further under new proposals announced by regulator Ofcom.

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Are you still paying for a phone you already own?

More than nine million Brits could be forking out for mobile phone handsets they have already paid for by not switching tariffs at the end of their contract.

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Tesco smartphones available by end of 2014

Tesco is to introduce its first own-brand smartphone by the end of the year, its chief executive has announced.

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Text quizzers fined and given record ban

A company that ran a text message-based quiz competition that charged unwitting customers up to £70 has been fined £250,00 and handed a record eight-year ban by the UK premium rate regulator.

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New Paym mobile banking service goes live

Paym - the new mobile payments service - launches today, allowing millions of high street banking customers to send and receive payments quickly, using just a mobile phone number.

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