Which? uses cookies to improve our sites and by continuing you agree to our cookies policy.

September 2009

Many confused by new energy label scheme

Changes to the current energy efficiency labels found on household products will confuse British consumers, according to new research from Which?.

LG launches simple touchscreen ‘Pop’ mobile

The LG GD510, or 'LG Pop' mobile phone, has been launched, with LG claiming that it's 'the most compact 3-inch full touchscreen phone ever made'.

National upgrade for Freeview digital TV

Viewers of digital TV service Freeview must retune their Freeview equipment from tomorrow if they want to keep getting all their TV channels.

Posted on

Sainsbury’s launches 0%-on-purchases credit card

New Best Buy credit card charges 0% for 10 months

O2 loses iPhone exclusive

Vodafone mobile customers will be able to get the Apple's iPhone or iPhone 3GS from early 2010, following Vodafone's announcement of an agreement with Apple.

FSA seeks further redress for PPI mis-selling

The FSA has published new measures designed to recompense customers who were mis-sold PPI. Banks are to reconsider 185,000 rejected complaints.

Council ‘hooded spies’ checked bins

A council has been criticised for sending 'hooded spies' to take away the contents of bins as part of a waste monitoring exercise without informing households.

Portable music players may carry health warning

European Commission wants to limit MP3 decibels

Cheque guarantee cards to be scrapped

Industry-wide move will see cheque guarantee cards withdrawn by 2011 reflecting a decreasing cheque usage and move to debit cards.

Pawnbroker reports bumper profits

Pawnbroker Albemarle & Bond, with 115 branches, has reported increased profits of £42.4m, up 16% on 2008.

Posted on
Back to top