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April 2014

Which? Travel gets prepaid currency card improvements

Which? reveals the steps being taken by ICE, the Post Office and Travelex to improve the information about their prepaid cards, following an Investigation

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Rise in energy bills caused by inefficient products

A new report suggests by 2030 households could save £75 a year by using more energy saving appliances, ading to a reduction in energy bills of £2 billion.

When is a packaged bank account right for you?

As Co-Op announces packaged account fee rises we explain what to look out for when considering a packaged account

Hot Car Deal – Save £6,192 on BMW X1

Which? Hot Car Deal: BMW's X1 is an upmarket 4x4 with an upmarket price. If you’re happy with a low mileage, nearly new model though, there are huge discounts.

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Paym makes mobile payments even easier

Consumers can transfer money to friends and colleagues without sharing bank details using a new mobile payment service, Paym.

Is new Cosatto Ooba pushchair worth £800?

Find out what Which? thinks of the new Cosatto Ooba with our first look review. Also see this travel system pushchair in action with our video review.

People want more choice over state pension

New research from PwC has shown that people want more choice over when they receive their state pension, even if it means they get less for taking it earlier.

Fancy a retro-style Smeg kettle or toaster?

Check out the new range of small kitchen appliances from retro brand Smeg, including kettles and toasters, and see Which? reviews of other Smeg appliances.

Top 10 buggy bugbears revealed

Every parent wants the best pushchair - and buying the wrong buggy can lead to all sorts of problems. These are parents' 10 most common pushchair complaints.

Which? Technology news roundup, 25 April 2014

All the major Which? Tech news - we ask whether Netflix's price hike is too much, explain why you need to update Windows 8 and report on mobile roaming charges

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